A&P final study guide - Exam one-Well vascularized and...

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Exam one -Well vascularized and extensive extracellular matrix -> connective tissue -Thyroid gland secrete into blood -> endocrine gland -Weight lifting at 40 years old -> appositional ossification -Innermost serous membrane outside of heart -> visceral pericardium and epicardium -Synovial membranes -> joint cavities -What is not the effect of UV rays -> Vitiligo -Cytoplasmic extension of osteocytes -> canaliculi - Sharpey’s fibers -> Periosteum -Sarcomere -Triad -Calcium is stored in -> Sarcoplasmic reticulum -From hematopoetic stem cell -> osteoclast -Skeletal muscle in order large to small -Increase in the level of calcium -> secretes calcitonin -Melanocytes are in -> Stratum Basale layer Drug that blocks acetylcholine receptors at muscle excitary potential affect skeletal muscle -What are the narrow passages that contain cytoplasmic extensions of osteocytes -> canaliculi -Triad -> Transverse tubule and 2 terminal cisternae -hematopoetic stem cell creates -> osteoclasts -Correct order of events that occur at a cholinergic synapse.
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-Action potential is propagated away from axon hillock in one direction -> absolute refractory period behind action potential -Mature compact bone is called -> Osteons -Dead skin cells are shed in thin sheets because of -> desmosomes.
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  • Winter '08
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