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KINE 2031 lecture 1

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Department
Kinesiology & Health Science
Course
KINE 2031
Professor
Neil Smith
Semester
Summer

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Lecture 1 05/06/2013 Anatomical planes Coronal plane (Anterior vs. posterior) Transverse plane (Superior vs. inferior) Sagittal plane (Medial vs. lateral) Proximal vs. distal Gross anatomy – big picture Systematic anatomy – different systems Reference position Tissues Classification Connective tissue proper Loose (fewer fibers, more ground substance) Dense (more fibers, less ground substance) Supporting Cartilage Bone Fluid Blood Membranes Skin Mucous (found in GI track and respiratory track) Serous (thin, lines the inside of the chest cavity) Synovial (found in free moving joints, facilitates movement by secreting fluid, shock absorption) Cartilage Hyaline (found at the ends of long bones, facilitates bone on bone movement, smooth, lot of fibers,  thickens when doing weight bearing exercises, no blood supply, synovial fluid nurishes cartilage) Fibrocartilage (found between vertebrates, intervertebral disks, strong, absorbs shock) Elastic (ears)  Skeleton Axial (central axis): head, spine, sacrum Appendicular (appendages): arms, legs, hips Functions: support, protection, stature
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