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Human Anatomy (BIOL 1010)

Human Anatomy (BIOL 1010)

Human Anatomy (BIOL 1010). E. Goffe eggoffe@ccri.edu Office 1132F (Providence). What is Anatomy?. Anatomy (= morphology): study of body’s structure Physiology: study of body’s function Structure reflects Function!!! Branches of Anatomy Gross: Large structures Surface: Landmarks

By issac
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LASER THERAPY IN GLAUCOMA

LASER THERAPY IN GLAUCOMA

LASER THERAPY IN GLAUCOMA. Sun Xiao Dong. Laser Procedures. Laser trabeculoplasty(LTP) Laser peripheral iridotomy(LPI) Cyclophotocoagulation(CPC) Other uses. Laser Trabeculoplasty(LTP).

By albert
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kidney Disease

kidney Disease

kidney Disease. Lecture 4. Introduction. The kidneys play a central role in the homeostatic mechanisms of the human body, and reduced renal function strongly correlates with increasing morbidity and mortality.

By shelly
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Connective Tissue

Connective Tissue

Connective Tissue. General Features Two basic elements: cells and an extracellular matrix Types of cells listed on next slide The matrix is made with a ground substance and fibers Not very cellular compared to the other types of tissue Does not occur on body surfaces

By vui
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INTEGRATION OF CELLS INTO TISSUES

INTEGRATION OF CELLS INTO TISSUES

Dr shazia tufail Assistant Professor Anatomy King Edward Medical University, Lahore, Pakistan. INTEGRATION OF CELLS INTO TISSUES. Learning objective. How cells attach to neighboring cells Extarcellular Matrix and Molecules that make up ECM

By irving
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Extracellular Matrix and Glycolipid Disorders

Extracellular Matrix and Glycolipid Disorders

Extracellular Matrix and Glycolipid Disorders. Eric Niederhoffer SIU-SOM. Proteins conjugated to saccharides lacking a serial repeat unit. GP. Protein >> carbohydrate. Proteins conjugated to polysaccharides with serial repeat units. Lysosomal Hydrolases. PG. Carbohydrate >> protein.

By rigg
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Chemical Signaling

Chemical Signaling

Chemical Signaling. Chemical Communication. Briefly describe the two major forms of intercellular communication in animal bodies. Which organ system s are responsible for this communication? Describe the type of intercellular communication called “ neuroendocrine ”.

By khuyen
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Glycoconjugates

Glycoconjugates

Glycoconjugates. Carbohydrates covalently linked to a protein or lipid. Proteo glycans Glyco proteins Glyco lipids. act as informational carrier in: cell-cell recognition, cell-cell adhesion, cell migration, immune response , …. Glycoconjugates: 1. Proteo glycans.

By eljah
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Infectious Disease

Infectious Disease

Infectious Disease . Debbie King FNP Nursing 8800. Influenza . Epidemics occur yearly in the US Typically 5000-250,000 cases yearly With severe outbreaks up to 40,000 deaths have occurred. More elderly die Occurs in winter and spring. Influenza. Patho

By diedrick
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The Cardiovascular System: The Heart

The Cardiovascular System: The Heart

The Cardiovascular System: The Heart. Chapter 14 Part I. Objectives for Chaper 14. To understand the: Structure and function of the heart Physiology underlying the cardiac cycle Generation of electrical impulses Use and interpretation of the electrocardiogram. Cardiac Output (CO).

By delu
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Cell Division and Mitosis

Cell Division and Mitosis

Cell Division and Mitosis. Chapter 10. 10.1 The Cycle of Cell Growth and Division: An Overview. The products of mitosis are genetic duplicates of the dividing cell Chromosomes are the genetic units divided by mitosis. Mitotic Cell Division. DNA replication

By borna
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Figure 5.1 Membrane Molecular Structure

Figure 5.1 Membrane Molecular Structure

Figure 5.1 Membrane Molecular Structure. Carbohydrates are attached to the outer surface of proteins (forming glycoproteins) or lipids (forming glycolipids). In animal cells, some membrane proteins associate with filaments in the extracellular matrix . Outside of cell. Extracellular matrix.

By truong
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Introduction (1) What’s already known?

Introduction (1) What’s already known?

Sub-Populations of Dermal Skin Fibroblasts Secrete Distinct Extracellular Matrix: Implications for Using Skin Substitutes in the Clinic. Ghetti, M., Topouzi, H., Theocharidis , G., Papa, V., Williams, G., Bondioli, E., Cenacchi, G., C onnelly , J., Higgins, CA.,

By johana
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Glycosaminoglycans

Glycosaminoglycans

Glycosaminoglycans. heteropolysacharides Classificaion and examples Lecture 8 th dec 2016. Most mammalian cells are located in tissues where they are surrounded by a complex extracellular matrix (ECM) often referred to as “connective tissue.”.

By whitcomb
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Dental Pulp

Dental Pulp

Dental Pulp. Dental Pulp as a connective tissue. Dental pulp is connective tissue uniquely situated within the rigid encasement of mineralized dentin; Although dental pulp shares many properties with other connective tissues of the body;

By sheena
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The Cell Membrane

The Cell Membrane

The Cell Membrane. BE ABLE TO: Identify the parts and its structure Importance in eukaryotic cells Describe its functions. The plasma membrane of an animal cell. Glycoprotein. Carbohydrate (of glycoprotein). Fibers of the extracellular matrix. Glycolipid. Phospholipid. Cholesterol.

By emelda
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The Extracellular Matrix in Tissue Regeneration

The Extracellular Matrix in Tissue Regeneration

The Extracellular Matrix in Tissue Regeneration. By Anthony Catalano. The Extracellular Matrix (ECM). Provides support to tissue Composed of fibers: Collagen and Elastin Made up of cells called Fibroblasts Found in intercellular cavities. Discovery of ECM as a “Bioscaffold”.

By ayoka
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Development

Development

Development. Chapter 21, 46, 47 Mostly Human Development See pages 636 and 640 for overview of Phylogenetic tree. Early Development. Early Development: Developmental Tissue Layers, Sponges-0, Gridera /Centophores-2, All other Phyla-3 Hormones released in hypothalamus

By elda
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Membranes

Membranes

Membranes . Assumed Knowledge. Membrane components Membrane structure Membrane properties Membrane functions Membrane-bound organelles. Membrane components . Composed of a phospholipid bilayer Phosphate ‘head’- hydrophilic Lipid ‘tail’ – hydrophobic

By neil
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Skeletal System Overview

Skeletal System Overview

Skeletal System Overview. Chapter 7 p. 192 – p. 204. Function of the Skeletal System. Support of body and organs Protection of soft tissues Allow attachment of muscles Housing of blood-producing cells. What makes up bone?. Osteocytes with extracellular matrix

By tallis
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