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Week 1 - Skeletal System Notes - 1016MSC Anatomy & Physiology Systems 1

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These are the study notes for week 1, Skeletal System, for 1016MSC Anatomy & Physiology Systems 1 at Griffith University. Good luck!

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Skeletal system Anatomy Biology Dance science Endochondral ossification Bone Osteoblast Intramembranous ossification Cartilage Ossification Epiphyseal plate Long bone
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Skeletal system Anatomy Biology Dance science Endochondral ossification Bone Osteoblast Intramembranous ossification Cartilage Ossification Epiphyseal plate Long bone
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Chemical Level – (Atoms → Molecules →) Atoms combine to form molecules. Atoms interact by sharing/swapping electrons in their outer electron orbit, forming molecules. 2. Cellular level -­‐ (Organelle → Smooth muscle Cell →) Molecules combine to form cells. Cells are made up of molecules. Cells are the singular functional unit within the body which are self regulating; they exist on their own. E.g. smooth muscle cells 3. Tissue Level -­‐ (Smooth Muscle Tissue →) Tissue consists of similar types of cells. Muscle cells, for example, combine to form muscle tissue. 4. Organ Level Organs are made up of multiple tissues in a way that allows them to contribute functionally to the body overall. E.g. Blood vessels are made up of e...
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