Chapter 4 pt 2

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Chapter 4 pt 2
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2011-10-21 05:53:19
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  1. Muscle Tissue Contracts to Produce Movement

    ---Mucle :
    • Skeletal
    • moves body parts
    • Voluntary, multinucleated (long, Large)



  2. Muscle Tissue Contracts to Produce Movement
    Cardiac Muscle:
    • Smooth mucle
    • Invouluntary,signal nucleus
  3. Muscle Tissue Contracts to Produce Movement
    Smooth Musscle
    • Surrounds hallow structures
    • Invouluntary, single nucleus
  4. FYI: Skeletal Muscle (x100) Skeletal Muscle cells are very long and have many nuclei
  5. Fyi: Cardiac muscles (x225) Cardiac muscles cells interconnect with eachother.
  6. FYI: sheet of smooth muscle (X250) smooth muscle cells are thin and tapered
  7. Nurevous Tissues Transmit Impulses
    Neuron:
    Specialized nervous system cell
  8. Nurevous Tissues Transmit Impulses
    Neuron:FUNCTION
    Generate and transmit electrical ipulses
  9. Nurevous Tissues Transmit Impulses
    Neuron:STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS:
    cell body, dendritesiaxon
  10. Nurevous Tissues Transmit Impulses
    GLIAL CELLS:
    support nuerons
  11. Organ and organ systems perform complex functions
    ORGANS:
    Contain two or more tisssues types joined together;perform specific functions
  12. Organ and organ systems perform complex functions
    ORGANS SYSTEMS:
    groups of organs that perform a common function
  13. Organ and organ systems perform complex functions
    ORGANS: EXAMPLES:
    • digestive system: mouth, throat, stomach,intestines and liver
    • Lymphatic system:lymph nodes, tonsils, and spleen
  14. Body cavaties
    ANTERIOR CAVITY:
    • Thoracic cavity
    • twopleural cavities
    • Pericardial cavity
  15. Body Cavities
    ABDOMINAL CAVITY:
    • Prosterior cavity
    • Cranial cavity
    • spinal cavity
  16. BODY CAVITIES
    • Tissue membrane (serous membrane) lines body cavities
  17. Tissue Membrnes
    SERIOUS MEMBRANE
    • reduces friction between organs
    • Ex: Pleural membrane around lungs
  18. Tissue Membrnes
    Mucous membrane:
    • lubricates surface, captures debris
    • lines the body cavities open to the oustside
  19. Tissue Membrnes
    SYNOVIAL MEMBRANE:
    • Lines spaces in movable joints
    • secrete synovial fluid (knee)
  20. Tissue Membrnes
    CUTANEOUS MEMBRANE:
    skin

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