Breaking of Bone-Related Patterns Help
Breaking of Bone-Related Patterns
We can think of the normal anatomy of a long bone (such as the femur) as an example of Biological Order at the organ level of body organization. And blood [Ca ++ ] homeostasis likewise provides a model of Biological Order at the chemical level of biological organization.
What, then, about Biological Disorder for the above examples? What, specifically, could go wrong with each of them? A long bone could suffer a fracture (Figure 13.9, A), thereby breaking its normal anatomical pattern. And blood [Ca ++ ] could rise far above its normal range (Figure 13.9, B). Conversely, it could fall far below its normal range (Figure 13.9, C).
Practice problems for these concepts can be found at: Skins And Skeletons Test
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