Anatomy Study Discussion

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Using the list of content included on the midterm, pick ANY three terms or concepts from below:

To construct your post please provide study tips or details for the 3 terms or concepts you selected.

Integumentary System

  1. Label a diagram (cross of the skin): 3 layers
    1. Epidermis
    2. Dermis
    3. Hypodermis
  2. Hair/Nails/Glands (accessory organs)
    1. Diagram (hair)
    2. Diagram (nail)
  3. Layers of the epidermis (in order)
  4. Apocrine glands
  5. Merocrine glands
  6. Ceruminous glands

Tissue Types:

  1. Cellular Junctions (descriptions/diagram)
    1. Tight
    2. Desmosomes
    3. Gap junctions
  2. Epithelial Tissue
    1. Squamous
    2. Cuboidal
    3. Columnar
    4. Stratified
    5. Simple
    6. Pseudostratified
  3. Muscular Tissue
  4. Connective Tissue
    1. Different types of cartilage
  5. Characteristics of cell membrane
    1. Plasma membrane
    2. Phospholipid bilayer

Anatomical Position/Planes/Regions:

  1. Anterior/Posterior View (all body regions)
  2. Levels of organization
    1. Cell/Tissue/Organ/Organ System/Organism
  3. Histology
  4. Cytology
  5. Anatomy
  6. Physiology
  7. Matching ORGAN SYSTEM=Description
    1. Urinary bladder, ureter, kidneys = urinary system
  8. Phases of Mitosis…cellular division
    1. Prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase
  9. Serous Membranes
    1. Visceral layer (always the outside layer of the organ)
    2. Parietal layer (lining of the cavity)
    3. Serous fluid (in between the layers, lubrication/reduction of friction)
    4. Pericardium
    5. Pleura
    6. Peritoneal/ium
    7. Dorsal
  10. Directional terms
    1. Proximal
    2. Distal
    3. Superior
    4. Inferior

Muscular System: (location/description-what does it do)

  1. Sternocleidomastoid
  2. Deltoids
  3. Pectoral (major/minor)
  4. Teres Minor
  5. Teres Major
  6. Coracobrachialis
  7. Latissimus Dorsi
  8. Subscapularis
  9. Trapezius
  10. Anatomy of a skeletal muscle- muscle/fascicle/ myofibril/sarcomere
  11. Epimysium/Perimysium/Endomysium
  12. Anatomy of a Sarcomere
    1. A band, I band, H zone, M line, Z line
    2. Thick (myosin) and thin (actin) protein filaments
    3. Sliding filament theory (contraction of a muscle)
  13. Diagastric
  14. Orbicularis oris/occuli
  15. Buccinator
  16. Platysma
  17. Zygomaticus
  18. Masseter
  19. Biceps brachii
  20. Biceps femoris
  21. Three types of muscle tissueà smooth, cardiac, and skeletal
  22. Occiptofrontalis
  23. Temporalis
  24. Extra ocular muscles: medial rectus, lateral rectus, inferior rectus, superior rectus, inferior oblique
  25. Muscles of the abdominal wall
  26. Muscles of the tongue
  27. Antagonists
  28. Agonists
  29. Synergists
  30. Hamstring
  31. Quadriceps
  32. Rotator cuff
  33. Gastrocnemius
  34. Soleus
  35. Tibialis anterior
  36. Depressor labii inferioris

Nervous System:

  1. Cerebrum
  2. Cerebellum
  3. Thalamus
    1. Hypothalamus
    2. Epithalamus
  4. Brainstem
    1. Midbrain
    2. Pons
    3. Medulla oblongata
  5. Corpus Callosum
  6. Association Fibers
  7. Neuromuscular Junction (events that take place)
  8. Reflex arc
    1. Effector
    2. Stimuli
    3. Receptor
  9. Afferent vs. Efferent
  10. Anatomy of Neuron
    1. Axon, dendrites, etc.
  11. Neuroglia
    1. Ependymal cells
    2. Oligodendrocytes
    3. Satellite Cells
    4. Astrocytes
    5. Microglial
    6. Schwann’s Cells
  12. Anatomy of the spinal cord
    1. White matter
    2. Gray matter
    3. Horns
    4. Information transmitted dorsally
    5. Information transmitted anteriorly
  13. Tracts (nerve found in the CNS)
    1. Reticulospinal
    2. Vestibulospinal
    3. Spinothalamic
    4. Rubrospinal
    5. Corticospinal
  14. Epineurium, perineurium, endoneurium

Skeletal System:

  1. Anatomy of a long bone
  2. Red marrow
  3. Yellow marrow
  4. Diaphysis
  5. Epiphysis
  6. Metaphysis
  7. Spongy bone
  8. Compact bone
  9. Epiphyseal Line
  10. Epiphyseal Plate
  11. Regions of vertebral column
  12. Femur
  13. Humerus
  14. Atlas and axis
  15. Anatomy of a vertebrae
  16. Bones of upper limb
  17. Bones of lower limb
  18. Foramen
  19. Sella Turcica
  20. Bones of the skull (cranial bones/facial bones)
  21. Osteoprogenitor, osteoblast, osteocytes, osteoclast
  22. axial vs. Appendicular skeleton
  23. pectoral girdle and pelvic girdle
  24. scoliosis
  25. lordosis
  26. kyphosis
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