Holding it Together

  • What are the primary components of the integumentary system?
  • How do the epidermis and dermis differ in function?
  • What is bone made of and what are osteocytes?
  • List three functions of the skeletal system.
  • How do compact bone and spongy bone differ?
  • Which joint type is the most moveable (mobile)?
  • What important structures in a joint help to cushion it and reduce friction?

a.Define: basal cells

b.Define: keratinocytes

c.Define: melanocytes

a.Define: osteoblast

b.Define: osteoclast

 

 

Holding it Together

  • What are the primary components of the integumentary system?
  • How do the epidermis and dermis differ in function?
  • What is bone made of and what are osteocytes?
  • List three functions of the skeletal system.
  • How do compact bone and spongy bone differ?
  • Which joint type is the most moveable (mobile)?
  • What important structures in a joint help to cushion it and reduce friction?

a.Define: basal cells

b.Define: keratinocytes

c.Define: melanocytes

a.Define: osteoblast

b.Define: osteoclast

 

 

Holding it Together

  • What are the primary components of the integumentary system?
  • How do the epidermis and dermis differ in function?
  • What is bone made of and what are osteocytes?
  • List three functions of the skeletal system.
  • How do compact bone and spongy bone differ?
  • Which joint type is the most moveable (mobile)?
  • What important structures in a joint help to cushion it and reduce friction?

a.Define: basal cells

b.Define: keratinocytes

c.Define: melanocytes

a.Define: osteoblast

b.Define: osteoclast

 

 

Holding it Together

  • What are the primary components of the integumentary system?
  • How do the epidermis and dermis differ in function?
  • What is bone made of and what are osteocytes?
  • List three functions of the skeletal system.
  • How do compact bone and spongy bone differ?
  • Which joint type is the most moveable (mobile)?
  • What important structures in a joint help to cushion it and reduce friction?

a.Define: basal cells

b.Define: keratinocytes

c.Define: melanocytes

a.Define: osteoblast

b.Define: osteoclast

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