Mod 3 The Organism Research and Report

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Module 3 disscussion Instructions

1.Post a response of at least 300 words in the discussion that includes the following information:

oDescribe the layers of the skin and the function of each layer. Which specific function of the skin benefits the skeletal system? Explain your answer.

oWhy are melanin and keratin important?

oWhy is it important to know the names of bones, their locations, and their surface features? Support your answer with two specific examples.

oNow go beyond naming bones and their location and refer to Graph 6.23 in your textbook. How would you incorporate this information to educate and potentially improve the health of a female client in your care?

oPost your explanations in text, pictures, diagrams, or any way you think would best help a patient understand the system.

Module 3 Assignment: Research and Report

Overview

Throughout this module you have been exploring how the integumentary and skeletal systems are our body's first line of defense. But what happens if something within the systems fail? In this assignment, you are going to explore the foundations of both systems and explain how they work together to protect our bodies. Finally, I want you to explore one common condition – osteoporosis – and explain the causative factors of this condition.

You should spend approximately 3.5 hours on this assignment.

Instructions

  1. Prepare a written paper to Dr. Jake Smith of at least 500 words that includes the following:
    • Describe the general structures and functions of the integumentary and skeletal systems and how they work together to maintain homeostasis.
    • Describe the types of problems that would occur if this body system could not maintain homeostasis.
  2. Next, explore the normal functions of the bones and bone cells so that you can describe what factors may contribute to Jake's osteoporosis case. Specifically:
    • Mention the name of the bone cells and their function in modeling and remodeling the bone tissue.
    • What factors can increase or decrease the action of the bone cells, and what is the result?
    • How does the body maintain the balance between bone resorption and bone formation?
    • Based on the causal factors of osteoporosis you have detected, which are preventable or curable? Is hormonal replacement therapy the solution? Explain.
  3. Your paper should be formatted as a proper research paper with an introduction and conclusion. Do not simply follow the bullet points above, but really think about what you have learned and how that relates to other material we have covered, and knowledge you have from other courses you may have taken.
  4. All references must be cited using APA Style format.

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Introduction to Histology Pre-laboratory Questions 1. What are the four main tissue types? 2. What is the magnification of the ocular lens on your microscope? 3. What is the magnification of the low power objective lens on your microscope? 4. Calculate the total magnification of an object viewed under low power on your microscope. 5. Describe the proper way to carry a microscope? ©2015, Carolina Biological Supply Company 1 Introduction to Histology lab Pre-laboratory Questions 1. What are the four main tissue types? 2. What are the two main categories of connective tissues? To which category does adipose tissue belong? 3. Calculate the total magnification obtained when using an eyepiece lens with 10× and an objective with 4×. 4. Describe the proper way to carry a microscope. 5. What should be used to clean a microscope lens? Why not use paper towels or toilet paper? Observations Data Table 1. Note: The eyepiece lens power will not change. Eyepiece lens power Objective lens power Total magnification Total magnification = (eyepiece lens power) x (objective lens power) ©2015, Carolina Biological Supply Company 1 Data Table 2. Tissue type Magnification used Tissue comparison: What makes this tissue stand out? Photo or drawing of tissue Simple cuboidal epithelium Simple columnar epithelium Stratified squamous epithelium Pseudostratified epithelium ©2015, Carolina Biological Supply Company 2 Skeletal muscle Smooth muscle Cardiac muscle Mammalian nerve fibers ©2015, Carolina Biological Supply Company 3 Adipose tissue Bone Blood Post-lab Questions 1. What are the two main components of connective tissue? 2. Why must specimens viewed with a compound light microscope be thin and/or chemically cleared? Why are they often stained with dyes? 3. How should one adjust light intensity to best view specimens at higher magnifications? 4. How do depth of field and field of view affect your ability to find and examine a specimen? ©2015, Carolina Biological Supply Company 4 ...
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Robertmariasi
School: UT Austin

Hello there,Hope everything is fine. I just finished your requested task. I am attaching 4 files here. Let's discuss each of them shortly :-------------------------File 1: Module 3 Discussion.This is your discussion. The professor wanted you to write a MINIMUM 300 words essay, I actually wrote 800 words one to prove your knowledge. High-quality references together with in-text citations are included in the file.The reason why I no longer need your graphic is that i managed to retrieve it from external sources ( never underestimate the power of a tutor heheh). The subject is super simple is about the layer of skins in correlation to the skeletal system, the importance of knowing the names and function of bones and then discuss the osteoporosis risk-------------------File 2: Module 3 Assignment Research and ReportThis is actually a longer version of the discussion before. I made it under the form of research as your professor requested with the following headlines:-Introduction-Integumentary and Skeletal System-Homeostasis-Bone Homeostasis-Osteoporosis and Bone homeostasis imbalance-ConclusionEach subheading is related to another one. It starts as a story of how things should normally function and ends up with the pathology. In this way whoever reads, it gets some fundamental notions in the beginning so he/she can better understand the pathology in the end. I closely followed the guideline given by your professor. He asked for MINIMUM 500 words, I wrote 1500 and also included quality references and in-text citations-------------File 3: PreLab Introduction to Histology5 Questions which needed to be answered, not too much to say about this because almost all the questions were repeated in the last file---------File 4: Introduction to HistologyContains 5 Pre Lab Question, 1 calculus question, 1 slide recognizing exercise and ends up with 4 post lab question-------File 5: OutlineNothing to say about this is just that the site asks me to send outlines too-----------------I think that is all you need from me. In case you need any further assistance don't hesitate to text me.Also if you have any other difficulties with medical tasks, I am here to help you. As stated in my introduction I am a medical physician ( graduated 6 years of medical school etc) so my field of knowledge is very detailed on this subject. + I enjoyed your histology lessons as it is something which I was always great at.Looking forward to hearing from you.

Introduction to Histology lab
Pre-laboratory Questions
1. What are the four main tissue types?
The four major tissues are the following:
1. Epithelial: covers the body surface
2. Connective: supports different body parts
3: Muscular: Ensures locomotion
4: Nervous: essential in receiving, interpreting and sending over signals.
2. What are the two main categories of connective tissues? To which category does
adipose tissue belong?
The two types of connective tissues are :
Dense connective tissue
Loose Connective tissue - this is where adipose tissue fits in.
3. Calculate the total magnification obtained when using an eyepiece lens with 10×
and an objective with 4×.
Taking into consideration that the eyepiece magnification is 10x and that the
objective lens in use has a magnification which equal 4x:
Total Magnification = 10 *4
Total Magnification = 40
This means that the object we are looking at will appear 40 times larger than it
actually is.
4. Describe the proper way to carry a microscope.
There are several rules which need to be respected when dealing with a microscope:
Rule 1 - Whenever we have to carry the microscope from a place to another, we have
to do it with both our hands. One of our hands should be placed under the base of the
microscope while the other hand should hold the arm of the microscope.
Rule 2 - The microscope should never be lied down. It should be in an upright position.
Rule 3 - Whenever we carry the microscope is important to remove the slides
Rule 4 - Keep the field of work clean and remove all materials used at the end of the
experiment.
5. What should be used to clean a microscope lens? Why not use paper towels or
toilet paper?

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By keeping the microscope clean we ensure that we won't lose the quality of image
over time. The best option would be to use lens papers. A good replacement is cotton
swabs which are frequently used for medical purpose. We should never use a paper
towel or our fingers because the fibers found in these materials are too harsh and can
scratch the lenses of the microscope.

Observations
Data Table 1.
Note: The eyepiece lens power will not change.
Eyepiece lens power

Objective lens power

Total magnification

10x

4x

40x

10x

10x

100x

10x

40x

400x

Total magnification = (eyepiece lens power) x (objective lens power)

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Data Table 2.

Tissue type

Tissue
comparison:
Magnificatio
What makes
n used
this tissue
stand out?

Simple
cuboidal
epithelium

Simple
columnar
epithelium

400x

One row of
cells which
have the
width equal
to their
height

400x

One row of
cells which
have their
height >
width

Stratified
squamous
epithelium

400x

Pseudostratifie
d epithelium

400x

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Photo or drawing of tissue

Multiple
rows of cells,
one basal
row made
out of cubic
cells, 2-5
intermediary...

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