Chapter 8 Prep
What are fibrous joints how are they classified by structure and functional; and, provide
an example of each
1. Lack synovial cavity, bones held together closely by fibrous
connective tissue, little or no movement.
Sutures- Thin layer of d
Chapter 8 - Exam 2 Study Prep Questions
What are fibrous joints how are they classified by structure and functional; and,
provide an example of each
They lack a synovial cavity, bones held together closely by fibrous connective tissue,
little or no moveme
1 EXAM 2 STUDY PREP QUESTIONS: Chapter 6
List the two types of cartilage growth and explain the difference between each.
Appositional Growth- growth from the outside cartilage forming cells in the
surrounding perichondrium secrete new matrix against the
Exam 1 Prep Questions: Chapter 5 - Integumentary system
Hypodermis- (superficial fascia) Subcutaneous tissue just deep to the skin; consist of
adipose plus some areolar connective tissue
Melanin- Dark pigment formed by cells called melanocyte
Exam 1 Prep Questions: Chapter 4
The study of tissues is called?
The study of tissues or histology complements the study of gross anatomy.
Together they provide the structural basis for understanding organ physiology.
What defines a tissue?
Group of cel
Chapter 1 Exam Prep Questions
Anatomy- studies the structure of body parts and their relationship to one another.
Physiology- the functions of the body, in other words how the body parts work and carry
out their life sustaining activities.