Individuals with albinism have normal numbers of

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5.Individuals with albinism have normal numbers of melanocytes. How can you reconcile this observation with the fact that those individuals synthesize no or very little melanin? 6.Why do we get a suntan?
7.Why does someone turn blue when they blood oxygen saturation drops (like during a heart attack)? 8.Water loss in a third degree burn could be considered an extreme form of
Skeletal System Learning ObjectivesCartilage: relate structure of cartilage to function1.What are the three different types of cartilage?1.Where do you find them?2.What are they made of? 3.How does structure relate to function?
If cartilage doesn’t have a blood supply how do those cells get the nutrients they need to survive?
Question:Cartilage does not heal well, but bone does. What is the structural basis for this difference?
b.Distinguish the appendicular from the axial skeleton
c.Describe bone organization

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