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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Post by sneepity » October 7th, 2020, 5:51 am

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1.
a. You're right; another risk factor is being barefoot in public showers/other dirty surfaces
b. yup
c. correct!
d. answer here was a pap smear

2.
a. correct!
b. You're right; another name for this is dense body
c. To maintain the same tension, smooth muscles actually require less ATP. They are super efficient in terms of ATP usage, and it's part of the reason why they are so resistant to tiring out!
Your turn!
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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Post by stlcards422 » October 30th, 2020, 8:27 pm

who is supposed to be asking a question now?

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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Post by gz839918 » November 1st, 2020, 10:43 am

sneepity would have been the one to write a question, but if you'd like to revive the thread by writing your own questions, feel free! :D
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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Post by sneepity » November 1st, 2020, 1:06 pm

gz839918 wrote:
November 1st, 2020, 10:43 am
sneepity would have been the one to write a question, but if you'd like to revive the thread by writing your own questions, feel free! :D
oh no! I didn't realize, sorry, I wanted someone else to have a turn since I already posted.
you can go ahead and post a question, though! (@stlcards422)
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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Post by sneepity » November 4th, 2020, 5:32 pm

Alright, I'll go on!
Make the thread more active!
Integumentary
1. Which is more superficial in a hair follicle- the melanocytes or the papilla?
2. In which layer of the epithelium are tonofilaments, or keratin intermediate filaments, located?
3. Describe psoriasis and its treatment.
4. In which stage of fetal development do epidermal ridges form?
Skeletal
1. Main mineral deposited in bone tissue to calcify tissue?
2. Purpose of Volkmann's canals?
3. intramembraneous vs endochondral ossification
4. What hormones are important in bone growth during childhood?
Muscular
1. What are the epimysium, perimysium, and endomysiums?
2. what are the 7 basic types of muscles? (shape or arrangement)
Name where these are located! (general name of location)
1. navicular
2. trochlea
3. trapezium
4. olecranon <3
5. sternocleidomastoid
6. plantaris
There's a lot, hopefully someone does them :)
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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Post by sneepity » November 15th, 2020, 11:32 am

someone reply please, this question marathon is dying !! it's okay if you're wrong, but please answer ;-;
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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Post by MorningCoffee » November 15th, 2020, 12:00 pm

sneepity wrote:
November 4th, 2020, 5:32 pm
Alright, I'll go on!
Make the thread more active!
Integumentary
1. Which is more superficial in a hair follicle- the melanocytes or the papilla?
2. In which layer of the epithelium are tonofilaments, or keratin intermediate filaments, located?
3. Describe psoriasis and its treatment.
4. In which stage of fetal development do epidermal ridges form?
Skeletal
1. Main mineral deposited in bone tissue to calcify tissue?
2. Purpose of Volkmann's canals?
3. intramembraneous vs endochondral ossification
4. What hormones are important in bone growth during childhood?
Muscular
1. What are the epimysium, perimysium, and endomysiums?
2. what are the 7 basic types of muscles? (shape or arrangement)
Name where these are located! (general name of location)
1. navicular
2. trochlea
3. trapezium
4. olecranon <3
5. sternocleidomastoid
6. plantaris
There's a lot, hopefully someone does them :)
Ok, I probably got most fo these wrong, but that's fine ;w;
Integumentary
1. Melanocytes
2. anterosuperior mediastinum
3. Psoriasis is a condition in which cells of the skin build up, forming scaly patches of skin. Treatment may include anti-inflammatory medications, soothing lotions, or sometime ultraviolet light therapy.
4. between weeks 12-14 of development
Skeletal
1. (i'm gonna be honest with everyone, i looked this up :(  it's probably wrong still lol) hydroxyapatite
2. to assist in blood and nerve supply from the periosteum to the Haversian canal
3. In IO, development of bone is directly from mesenchymal tissue, while in EO, bone devlops by directly replacing hyaline cartilage. 
4. growth hormones (I couldn't remember any specific names, I'm sorry  8-) )
Muscular
1. Epimysium-connective tissue that ensheaths its entire muscle Perimysium-connective tissue that ensheaths muscle fiber bundles, or fascicles.  Endomysium-connective tissue that ensheaths singular muscle fibers
2. (HAHA, I'M ACTUALLY SURE ABOUT THIS ONE) Convergent, Fusiform, Parallel, Unipennate, Circular, Multipennate, Bipennate
Locations
1. On the foot, directly in front of the talus bone
2. Somewhat above the eye, near the eyelid
3. Wrist bone below thumb
4. At the end of the ulna, near the elbow joint
5. On neck, from below the ear to the clavicle
6. Behind the leg, from the back of the femur to the back of the calcaneus
That took much longer that it should have hdjkfjafjkhgfk enjoy reading my answers that i am very unsure of 8-)
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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Post by sneepity » November 15th, 2020, 5:33 pm

MorningCoffee wrote:
November 15th, 2020, 12:00 pm
sneepity wrote:
November 4th, 2020, 5:32 pm
Alright, I'll go on!
Make the thread more active!
Integumentary
1. Which is more superficial in a hair follicle- the melanocytes or the papilla?
2. In which layer of the soepithelium are tonofilaments, or keratin intermediate filaments, located?
3. Describe psoriasis and its treatment.
4. In which stage of fetal development do epidermal ridges form?
Skeletal
1. Main mineral deposited in bone tissue to calcify tissue?
2. Purpose of Volkmann's canals?
3. intramembraneous vs endochondral ossification
4. What hormones are important in bone growth during childhood?
Muscular
1. What are the epimysium, perimysium, and endomysiums?
2. what are the 7 basic types of muscles? (shape or arrangement)
Name where these are located! (general name of location)
1. navicular
2. trochlea
3. trapezium
4. olecranon <3
5. sternocleidomastoid
6. plantaris
There's a lot, hopefully someone does them :)
Ok, I probably got most fo these wrong, but that's fine ;w;
Integumentary
1. Melanocytes
2. anterosuperior mediastinum
3. Psoriasis is a condition in which cells of the skin build up, forming scaly patches of skin. Treatment may include anti-inflammatory medications, soothing lotions, or sometime ultraviolet light therapy.
4. between weeks 12-14 of development
Skeletal
1. (i'm gonna be honest with everyone, i looked this up :(  it's probably wrong still lol) hydroxyapatite
2. to assist in blood and nerve supply from the periosteum to the Haversian canal
3. In IO, development of bone is directly from mesenchymal tissue, while in EO, bone devlops by directly replacing hyaline cartilage. 
4. growth hormones (I couldn't remember any specific names, I'm sorry  8-) )
Muscular
1. Epimysium-connective tissue that ensheaths its entire muscle Perimysium-connective tissue that ensheaths muscle fiber bundles, or fascicles.  Endomysium-connective tissue that ensheaths singular muscle fibers
2. (HAHA, I'M ACTUALLY SURE ABOUT THIS ONE) Convergent, Fusiform, Parallel, Unipennate, Circular, Multipennate, Bipennate
Locations
1. On the foot, directly in front of the talus bone
2. Somewhat above the eye, near the eyelid
3. Wrist bone below thumb
4. At the end of the ulna, near the elbow joint
5. On neck, from below the ear to the clavicle
6. Behind the leg, from the back of the femur to the back of the calcaneus
That took much longer that it should have hdjkfjafjkhgfk enjoy reading my answers that i am very unsure of 8-)
Thank you so much for continuing the marathon! I appreciate it :D
integument
1.correct! the melanocytes are located superficial to the hair papilla
2.sorry, theyre located in the stratum spinosum (and sometimes in the stratum granulosum too)! the are located inside the cells and aid in attaching desmosomes to the cell membrane
3.correct!
4.correct
skeletal
1. correct
2.correct
3.correct
4.thats okay! PTH and Calcitriol are the main ones
muscular
1.correct
2.that's all of them!
locations
1.correct
2. thats right, I was expecting a bone but got a muscle instead
3.correct
4.correct
5.correct!
great job :D it's your turn
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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Post by MorningCoffee » November 15th, 2020, 6:03 pm

Alrighty here are some questions >:D

1. What happens to the width of the I bands, H zones, and A bands, during muscle contraction?
2. Do the Z disks get closer or farther during contraction?
3. Define a muscle strain.

4. What is the difference between Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma, and Melanoma, in terms of survival rates?
5. What is the treatment for a third degree burn?
6. According to the rule of nines, if a person burns one arm, what percent of their body has been burnt?

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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Post by theprimegrinder » November 16th, 2020, 7:50 pm

1. I bands & H zones shorten in length during contraction, while the A-band remains the same length
2. They get closer due to the sliding- filament model.
3. A muscle strain is when the muscle is overstretched or twisting of muscle, commonly due to fatigue & in lower back, hamstrings, and quadriceps
4. (this one is probably wrong) BCC - most common, is easily preventable if identified early - 99% are fully cured. SCC - 20%, second most common, good chance of recovery if not treated early. Melanoma - 1% of skin cancers, very rare, deadly, very low survival rate & poor chance of cure & metastasizes quickly
5. Some common treatments are auto grafts, or cadaver or pig skin replacement
6. 9%
7. 1 - Cranium 2- Clavicle 3 - Humerus 4 - Ulna 5 - Radius 6 - Femur 7 - Tibia 8 - Mandible 9 - Sternum 10 - Ribcage 11- Illium 12- Sacrum 13 - Coccyx 14 - Patella 15 - Tibia

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