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10 The main body function of hairs is probably: (a) Memory retention (b) Antigen-antibody reactions (c) Hemostasis via clotting (d) Sensory reception
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Several key facts were tagged with numbered icons in the page margins of this chapter Write a short summary of each of these key facts into a numbered cell or compartment within the appropriate type of Memory Pillbox that appears below Background and History Pillboxes for 10:
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Answers for 10 Summary Tables
FOR SUMMARY TABLE 101
1 2 3 4 referring to covering relating to little acorns presence of skin presence of (something) upon skin
5 6 7 8 9 10
Gland and Skin Disorders
process of water (moving) from skin black tumor pertaining to (a condition) without symptoms one who specializes in studying the skin process of breathing through abnormal condition of excessive sweating
FOR SUMMARY TABLE 102
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 relating to a pine presence of a secreting out of presence of a secreting into neutral substance/ protein (involving) little islands pertaining to all esh condition of secreting normally condition of de cient secreting condition of excess secreting
Answers to Probe of Case History
(A) normo (pre x) /glyc (root) /emia (suf x) = blood condition of normal sweetness (B) Pertaining to (-ously) something below (sub-) the skin (cutane)
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Terms Related to Disorders of the Nervous System and Special Senses
The skin and glands have their own means of communication The skin has sensory receptors, while the glands have their secretions But the main ow of body information goes into and out of the brain and spinal cord And the special senses, such as those of hearing and vision, also head that way
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Nervous System and Senses
Background and History
When we talk about the nervous system, of course, we are talking about an organ system that literally pertains to (-ous) the nerves (nerv) A nerve is a collection of nerve bers These bers are really just long, thin, ber-like extensions of the cytoplasm of various neurons (NUR-ahns), or nerve cells The bers of the sensory neurons, for example, carry information (like touch, pressure, temperature, or pain) from the sensory receptors ( 10) located in the skin and elsewhere And to where do they carry this sensory information, Good Hippocrates Why, they carry it toward the brain and spinal cord! Hence, we can state this convenient introductory equation: THE NERVOUS = BRAIN + SPINAL CORD + NERVES + SENSORY RECEPTORS SYSTEM Speaking broadly, the nervous system (along with the endocrine glands) is one of the body s major systems for communication and control of the internal environment Now, both the brain and spinal cord are centrally located, right in the middle of the body (Figure 111) Therefore, together they make up the Central Nervous System (CNS) The nerves and sensory receptors are part of the Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) This is because they are located in the body edge or periphery (per-IFer-ee), far from the middle Capsulizing all of the preceding, we have:
THE NERVOUS = CENTRAL NERVOUS + PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS) SYSTEM SYSTEM (PNS)
= (brain + spinal cord)
(nerves + sensory receptors)
Small humps of nerve activity are called action potentials or nerve impulses These are actually traveling waves of excitation The action potentials (nerve impulses) are the kind of chemical information that is carried by nerve bers In addition to the sensory info (action potentials) coming into the CNS from the peripheral receptors, there is also motor info going out of the CNS The motor info (like the motor or engine of your car) makes things move, such as the skeletal muscles in the body limbs The motor info stimulates skeletal muscle effectors (e-FEK-tors) to contract, thereby having some effect upon the body A sensory neuron (Figure 111) brings information about a stimulus (STIMyou-lus) or goad, such as the fact that you are stepping upon the sharp point of a nail! Conversely, a motor neuron and its nerve ber causes body movements to occur
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