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Which tissue makes up the epidermis?
Which layer of epidermis is the deepest?
What happens to body temperature when dermal blood vessels dilate?
Body temp. decreases
What type of membranes line body cavities and internal organs?
Which skin protein provides protection against UV radiation?
Which bone formation process involves the replacement of hyaline cartilage by osseus tissue?
How did the occipital bone form?
Through intramembranous ossification
What is the function of red bone marrow?
Form new blood cells
Bones that make up and support the skull are part of the
Which classification of bone would be assigned to the humerus?
How does smooth muscle differ to skeletal muscle with regard to contraction and relaxation?
Contract and relax more slowly
A muscle cramp is most likely due to lack of
Why do athletes experience less muscle fatigue during exercise than nonathletes?
Make better use of ATP
Which neurotransmitter causes the contraction of muscle tissue?
Which law states that a skeletal muscle fiber either contracts or it doesn’t?
What is the minimum amount of stimulation necessary to elicit a response from muscle or nervous tissue?
What are ganglia?
Groups of neuron cell bodies
Which ion passes through cell membranes most readily?
What ion causes neurons to release neurotransmitters?
Which part of the brain coordinates voluntary muscle movements?
Hormone levels are usually controlled by
What is the result of insulin release
Decreases blood levels of glucose
Where are the target cells for releasing hormones from the hypothalalmus?
Which hormone causes calcium to be deposited in bone?
Calcitonin from the thyroid
Which 2 hormones are increased in the bloodstream due to stress?
Epinephrine (adrenaline) and cortisol
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