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Anatomy and Physiology exam review

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McMaster University
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Key TermsConceptsAnatomy and Physiology 1H06 F2010You should be able to describe and understand the followingthis is not an exhaustive listAnatomical TerminologyDefinition of Anatomy vs PhysiologyTissue types 4Origin of Anatomical terms Discoverer Region Shape Function StoryAnatomical position Sectioning planes Directions MovementsSurface anatomy landmarks regionsBody CavitiesPotential SpaceAxialAppendicular Skeleton bonesHomeostasisDefinitionComponents of a feedback loopPositive vs Negative Feedback provide examplesHomeostasis and DiseaseSigns vs SymptomsCells Tissues Organs SystemsDefinition Cell Tissue Organ System provide examplesCellular organization PM Cytosol NucleusPM proteins functionsexamples eg ion channel receptor etcOrganelles structurefunctionCytoskeletal elements role of eachECM functioncompositionTissue typesEpitheliumoStructurefunction of various componentsoBasement membraneoClassification of epithelium layers shapesexamples of different permutationsCT function and classesCellFiber types in lose CT and their functionAdult vs Embryonic Stem CellsIntegumentStructure epidermis dermishypodermisWhen and where structure layers may differExamples of how skin is an indicator of clinical conditionsFunctions of the Skin listexplainEpidermisoStructurefunction of layersoEpidermalDermal ridges rete ridgesoCell typestheir functionoMelanocytes UVskin colouroEpidermal specializations glands hair nailsDermisoStructurefunctionoCell typestheir functionoFiber typestheir function role in agingoAccessory structuresHairassociated structuresSkin glands types function locationoBasis of antiaging therapies creams Botox fillersoTattoosHypodermis structurefunctionBlistersClassification of burnsDermatologyFocus on info that overlaps between McMasterConestoga lecturesMelanomasoWhat are theyoABCDs of melanoma identificationBasis of antiaging therapies creams Botox fillersMembrane PotentialsWhat is potential2Ionic composition of Intracellular and Extracellular fluid Na K Ca Cl proteinsCharge vs Electrical GradientFactors involved in maintaining RMPHyperpolarization vs DepolarizationVoltagegated vs Ligandgated Ion ChannelsGP vs AP
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