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ISBN-10: 0955901111

ISBN-13: 9780955901119

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List the functions of carbohydrates. 6. Describe the term lipid. List the functions of lipids. 7. Describe the term protein. List the functions of proteins. 8. Explain what a cell is. 9. List the functions of the following: • Nucleus • Mitochondria • Ribosomes • Golgi complex • Lysosomes • Peroxisomes 10. Describe how somatic cells reproduce. 11. Put the following processes into their chronological order: telophase, metaphase, anaphase, prophase. 12. Describe cytokinesis. 13. Describe the term ‘tissue’.

59 Anatomy & physiology for therapists and healthcare professionals Minor functions of the skin The functions discussed on the previous page are the major functions of the skin, however the skin also functions in: • Immunity – cells such as Langerhans cells play an important role in the immune system. • Blood reservoir – 8–10% of the body’s total blood flow is in the dermis of a resting adult. In times of moderate exercise the dermal capillaries dilate and blood flow to the area increases to help cool the body.

EPITHELIAL MEMBRANES Mucous membranes Description: Mucous membranes line body cavities that open directly to the exterior. They are ‘wet’ membranes whose cells secrete mucous which prevents cavities from drying out, lubricates food as it moves in the gastrointestinal tract and traps particles in the respiratory tract (note: urine, not mucous, moistens the urinary tract). Mucous membranes also act as a barrier that is difficult for pathogens to penetrate. Location example: The hollow organs of the digestive, respiratory, urinary and reproductive systems.

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