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e. Understand what general structures are responsible for the skin’s ability to providesensory reception (e.g. tactile cells).
blood flow in blood vesselSkeletal System: Bone Structure and FunctionReadings: Chapter 7 Section 7.2e1. Know the specialized cells found in bone (osteoprogenitor cells, osteoblasts,osteocytes, osteoclasts) as well as their functions.-Osteoprogenitor--> Osteoblast--> OsteocyteOsteoprogenitor- stem cells developed from mesenchymeOsteoblast- secrete bone matrix called osteoidOsteocyte- enveloped by calcified osteoidOsteoclast- large, multinuclear phagocytic cells that break down bone (boneresorption)2. Be familiar with the general anatomy compact bone as well as the followingstructural components: osteon, central canal, perforating canal, concentric lamellae,lacunae, canaliculi.
3. Be familiar with the general anatomy of spongy bone as well as the followingstructural components: trabeculae
4. Understand the process of activation of Vitamin D3 in the skin. What environmentalfactor is required for the activation, what organ is responsible for its final conversion.
5. Understand the physiological effects of parathyroid hormone, calcitriol andcalcitonin.For each hormone you should be able to identify the hormone’s source, target(s),
For each hormone you should be able to identify the hormone’s source, target(s),effect(s). Know which hormone(s) would effect blood calcium levels.
Skeletal System: Axial and Appendicular SkeletonReadings: Chapter 8

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Term
Fall
Professor
BROWN
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Vertebra, Bone marrow

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