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Anatomy is defined as ______.
Physiology is defined as ______ at any level.
The study of the heart incorporates many aspects of anatomy, looking at it as a whole. OR looking at large structures.
The course of study that looks at the bones of the forearm OR muscles of lower leg and associate's muscles and nerves.
The course of study that looks at the organs of the digestive system.
The study of the internal structure and function of individual cells.
The study of tissue.
Traces all the changes that occur in an individual from conception (egg is fertilized by the sperm) until death.
Is the first 8 weeks/2 months of development after the egg get fertilized.
Principle of Complementarity
• Anatomy and physiology are inseparable.
• Function always reflects structure
• What a structure can do depends on its specific form
Anatomy and physiology are separable and function never ever reflects structure.
or he will reverse it or he will give an example. (T/F)
The small intestine has villi and the reason for that is to increase surface area, this concept refers to what?
The principle of complementarity.
Order the level of structural organization from simplest to most complex
chemical, cellular, tissue, organ, organ system, organismal
What are the four main types of tissue?
muscle, epithelial, connective and nervous.
A blood vessel is an organ (T/F)
True (If it is an organ you will be able to isolate two or more types of tissue)
Skin, Hair, Nails, all belong to which of the following system?
What is one function we already know about integumentary system?
Protection. Acts as a cover, synthesizes vitamin D, regulates body temperature.
What is the function of the skeletal system?
Protection, support, produces all your blood cells.
What is the function of the muscular system?
• Uses the skeletal system to act as a lever to manipulate the environment.
• Maintaining body posture.
What is the function of the nervous system?
Control system of the body, it fine tunes everything. Acts through electrical impulses.
What transports new trends oxygen, waste, hormones, CO2, O2 to and from tissue?
Function of lymphatic system?
1. Carry excess fluid back to the heart.
2. Specific or adaptive immunity
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