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homeostasis
maintaining a constant environment inside the body that is suitable for life
body cavities
cranial
nasal
thoracic

the trunk body region consists of
chest, abdomen, pelvis
(T- CAP)
the diaphragm separates
the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity
the thoracic cavity consists of the :
rib cage
lungs
diaphragm

the mediastinum consists of :
the heart
esophogus
trachea
thymus


abdominal cavity organs:
small intestine
large intestine
stomach
pancreas
kidneys
gall bladder
liver





positive feedback means
it deviates from the norm
predict q2:
pancreas fails to produce insulin, how can this be corrected?
therapy at the cellular level, and even a transplant of the entire pancreas
epithelial tissue major characteristic:
has very little extracellular matrix
desmosomes
adhesion bodies that serve to bind adjacent epithelial cells together
what are the functions of human epithelium
diffusion
filtration
secretion
absorption
protection



location of simple squamos:
lymph vessels
blood vessels
lungs
kidney
eardrum



location of simple cuboidal:
retina
brain
lungs
pancreatic duct
kidney



location of simple columnar
stomach
colon
small intestine
uterus (womb)
bile duct
gall bladder
brain (ventricles)





stratified squamos (FLAT) location
epidermis
cornea
oral cavity
throat
epiglottis
larynx
esophagus
anus
vagina
urethra








neuron
nerve cell
reticular fibers
form a branching network that connected cells tissues and organs
what is the most common protein in our body?
collogen
connective tissue is important for
blood cell production
loose fibrous connective tissue
muscles glands nerves
dense regular colagenous tissue
ligaments tendons
dense regular elastic conective tissue
ligaments found between the vertabrae
dense irregular collagenous tissue
dermis of the skin
2 types of adipose tissue
yellow and brown
which adipose tissue is more common?
yellow
what color is yellow adipose tissue at birth?
white
white tissue turns yellow due to the pigment
carotene
brown tissue is brown because of pigment
cytochrome
what are the two types of bone marrow?
yellow and red
hyaline cartilage is located in the
long bones
trachea
ribs
nose
fetal



smooth muscle tissue is located in the
digestive
urinary
reproductive
eye (iris)
skin
and glands




striated
has microscopic bands found in the cells
3 types of muscular tissue
skeletal
cardiac
smooth

intercalated disks
adhesion bodies that attach adjacent cardiac muscle cells together
smooth muscle cells are largest in length
false
thoracic cavity contains the
lungs
ribcage
diaphragm

the mediastinum contains the
heart
esophagus
trachea
thymus


pelvic cavity contains
internal reproductive
colon
urinary bladder

peristalsis
the rythmic motion allowing food t move in to the stomach from the esophogus

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