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  1. Types of joints
    • fibrous
    • cartilaginous
    • synovail
  2. Classificastions of mobility of joints, imobile to most mobile
    • synarthrosis(immobile)
    • amphiarthrosis
    • diarthrosis(most mobile)
  3. types of fibrous joints
    • gomphoses
    • suters
    • syndesmoses
  4. tendons
    muscle to bone
  5. ligiments
    bone to bone
  6. types of synovvial joints
    • pivot
    • hinge
    • plane
    • saddle
    • ball and socket
    • condylar
  7. oraganization of muscle fiber big to small
    • skelatal muscle
    • fasicle
    • muscle fibers
    • myofibrils
    • myofiliments
  8. properties of muscles
    • excitability
    • contractibility
    • elasticity
    • extensibility
  9. functions of muscles
    • boby movement
    • maintain posture
    • tempeture
    • storage and movement of materails
    • support
  10. muscle coverings outer to inner
    • epimysium
    • perimysium
    • endomysium
  11. sarcoplamic reticulum
    store calcium
  12. calcium binds to
    troponin
  13. sarcomere
    z disc to z disc
  14. repeating cycle of muscles
    • attach
    • pivot
    • detach
    • return
  15. myosin head binds thick filements to actin in thin filiments is called what
    crossbridging
  16. nerve impulses are sent to
    neuromuscular junction
  17. isometric
    muscle contracts but no movement or shortening
  18. isotonic
    movement occures, muscle tension is greater then resistance.
  19. slow fibers
    contract for long periods at a time, lots of mitichondrea
  20. fast fibers
    short burstes, larger in diameter, not very many mitichondrea
  21. skeletal muscle organization
    • circular
    • parallel
    • convergent
    • pennate
  22. afferent
    inflowing trasmit to CNS
  23. somatic sensory
    • touch
    • pain
    • pressure
    • volantary
  24. viseral sensory
    involuntary
  25. cytoplasm of neuron
    perikaryon
  26. most sensory neurons are
    unipolar
  27. ofactory neurons are
    bipolar
  28. motor neurons that innervate muscle glands are
    • multipolar the most common
    • all motor neurons are multipolar
  29. four types of glail cells of cns are
    • astrocyte
    • ependymal
    • microglail
    • oligodendrocyte
  30. two types of pns glail cells are
    • satellite
    • neurolemmocytes
  31. blood brain barrier
    controls substances from entering the nervous tissues in the brain from the blood
  32. saltatory conduction
    nerve impulse jumps down mylonated sheath
  33. countinuos conduction
    is used in an unmylonated sheeth
  34. wallerain degeneration
    neurolemmocytes help repair a dammaged axon
  35. cervical plexus
    innervate anterior neck muscles as well as skin of the neck and portions of the head and shoulders
  36. somatic motor(sns)
    CNS to Skelatal muscles
  37. autonomic motor(ANS)
    • Viseral smooth
    • smooth muscle
    • cardiac
    • Involunatary
  38. heart wall srtucture outer to inner
    • epicardium
    • myocardium
    • endocardium
  39. conducting system of heart in order
    • s node
    • atroiventricular node
    • atrionventricular bundle(bundle of his)
    • interventricular septum
    • perkinje fibers
  40. the two cornary plexus
    • sympathetic(t1-t5)
    • parasympathetic(medulla oblongata)
  41. sympathetic
    speeds up the heart
  42. parasympathetic
    slows down heart
  43. contraction of heart
    systole
  44. relaxation of heart
    diastole
  45. atria systole
    • atrai contract
    • av valves open
    • semilunar closed
  46. early ventricular systole
    • atria relax
    • ventricles begin to contract
    • av valves forced closed
    • semilunar valves closed
  47. late ventricular systole
    • atrai relax
    • ventricles contract
    • av valves remain closed
    • semilunar valves open
  48. early ventricular diastole
    • atrai and ventricles relax
    • av valvesremain closed and semilunar valves close
    • atria fill with blood
  49. late ventricular diastole
    • atrai and ventricle relax
    • atrai fill with blood
    • av valves open ventricles fill
    • semilunar closed
  50. peristalisis(propulsion)
    esphogaus
  51. segmentaion(propulsion)
    small intestine
  52. tunic of the GI track inner to outer
    • mucosa
    • submucosa
    • muscularis(forms the spingcters)
    • serosa

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