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45 terms
Introduction to A&P Test Review
anatomy
physiology
homeostasis
anatomical position
structure of an organism
the study of the functions of an organism
the relatively stable state of equilibrium of an organism and…
standard position in which the body is facing forward, feet a…
anatomy
structure of an organism
physiology
the study of the functions of an organism
45 terms
A&P Introduction
Physiology
Anatomy
3 subdivisions of anatomy
Gross Anatomy
Study of function, examines function of body parts
Study of form, examines structure of body parts
Gross Anatomy, Microscopic Anatomy, Developmental Anatomy
Examines large structures with the naked eye
Physiology
Study of function, examines function of body parts
Anatomy
Study of form, examines structure of body parts
55 terms
Introduction to A & P
anatomy
cytoplasm
cell membrane
endoplasmic reticulum
Study of body structures
A jellylike fluid inside the cell in which the organelles are…
A cell structure that controls which substances can enter or…
This is the transportation system of the cell.
anatomy
Study of body structures
cytoplasm
A jellylike fluid inside the cell in which the organelles are…
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Human A&P--Introduction
anatomy
physiology
list levels of organization (simple to…
Integumentary system
study of structure and shape of body (parts)
study of how body and parts function
atom--molecule--organelle--cell--tissue--organ--organ system-…
outer covering of body (skin)
anatomy
study of structure and shape of body (parts)
physiology
study of how body and parts function
59 terms
A&P 1 - Introduction
What is the hierarchy of organization…
smallest particles formed from the nat…
the smallest fundamental unit of life…
a group of cells that share common cha…
Chemical > Cell > Tissue > Organ > System > Organism
Chemical level
Cellular level
Tissue level
What is the hierarchy of organization…
Chemical > Cell > Tissue > Organ > System > Organism
smallest particles formed from the nat…
Chemical level
Introduction to A&P
anatomy
physiology
homeostasis
anatomical position
structure of an organism
the study of the functions of an organism
the relatively stable state of equilibrium of an organism and…
standard position in which the body is facing forward, feet a…
anatomy
structure of an organism
physiology
the study of the functions of an organism
80 terms
Introduction to A&P
Anatomy
Physiology
Anterior
Cranial
Study, classification and description of structures and organ…
Explains the process and functions of the various structures…
To face forward
Toward the head
Anatomy
Study, classification and description of structures and organ…
Physiology
Explains the process and functions of the various structures…
14 terms
Introduction to A&P
Body Cavities
Mediastinum
Abdominopelvic cavity
Thoracic Cavity
Thoracic cavity, diaphragm, abdominal cavity, and pelvic cavity
Divides the thoracic cavity. Includes the esophagus, trachea,…
Includes the abdominal cavity, the pelvic cavity, and the per…
Includes the right pleural cavity (right lung) the mediastinu…
Body Cavities
Thoracic cavity, diaphragm, abdominal cavity, and pelvic cavity
Mediastinum
Divides the thoracic cavity. Includes the esophagus, trachea,…
27 terms
Chapter 1 Introduction to A&P
Anatomy
Physiology
atoms
molecules
The study of the structure of body parts
The study of the functions of body parts
lowest level of organization
combinations of atoms
Anatomy
The study of the structure of body parts
Physiology
The study of the functions of body parts
130 terms
{A+P} Exam 1 - Introduction
Differ between palpation and ausculation
What % of our body is made of HONC?
Ribosomes, nuclei, mitochondria, and m…
What is the final level or bodily orga…
Palpation touching, ausculation is listening
95
Organelles
Organ system, and an example is the cardiovascular system
Differ between palpation and ausculation
Palpation touching, ausculation is listening
What % of our body is made of HONC?
95
113 terms
Introduction to A&P
Anatomy
Physiology
11
...
...
How many systems are in the body?
Anatomy
...
Physiology
...
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Introduction to A&P: Directional Terms
superior (cranial)
inferior (caudal)
anterior (ventral)
posterior (dorsal)
closer to the head
away from the head
toward the front of the body
toward the back of the body
superior (cranial)
closer to the head
inferior (caudal)
away from the head
42 terms
A&P I Lab 1 Introduction
molecular level
cellular level
tissue level
organ level
molecular level
cellular level
74 terms
Introduction to A&P
anatomy
physiology
homeostasis
anatomical position
structure of an organism
the study of the functions of an organism
the relatively stable state of equilibrium of an organism and…
standard position in which the body is facing forward, feet a…
anatomy
structure of an organism
physiology
the study of the functions of an organism
78 terms
Module 1: Introduction to A & P
Anatomy
Physiology
Embryology
Gross Anatomy
Study of structure of the body and its parts.
Study of how those parts function and work together.
The subdivision of developmental anatomy that covers the firs…
The study of the macroscopic structures of an organism
Anatomy
Study of structure of the body and its parts.
Physiology
Study of how those parts function and work together.
50 terms
Introduction to A&P
Organelles
Cells
Atrophy
Immunity
A tiny cell structure that carries out a specific function wi…
The smallest,basic unit of structure and function in all livi…
Decrease in cell size,... A wasting, decrease in size of an orga…
A condition of being able to resist a particular disease espe…
Organelles
A tiny cell structure that carries out a specific function wi…
Cells
The smallest,basic unit of structure and function in all livi…
39 terms
Introduction to A&P
Anatomy
Physiology
Cell
Tissue
the branch of science that deals with the structure (morpholo…
concerning the functions of body parts, what those structures…
the basic unit of structure and function
group of highly organized cells
Anatomy
the branch of science that deals with the structure (morpholo…
Physiology
concerning the functions of body parts, what those structures…
55 terms
Introduction to A & P
anatomy
physiology
cytoplasm
cell membrane
Study of body structures
The study of body function
A jellylike fluid inside the cell in which the organelles are…
A cell structure that controls which substances can enter or…
anatomy
Study of body structures
physiology
The study of body function
176 terms
Introduction to A&P
Anatomy
Physiology
Human organism
Levels of organization
Greek word cutting up... Examine structures or morphology of bod…
Relationship to nature... The functions of body parts
Body parts for me well organized unit ... each part contributes…
Subatomic particles, Adams, molecules, macromolecules, organe…
Anatomy
Greek word cutting up... Examine structures or morphology of bod…
Physiology
Relationship to nature... The functions of body parts
34 terms
Introduction to A&P
Hippocrates
Aristotle
Anatomy
Physiology
1) Established Code of Ethics - known today as Hippocratic Oa…
1) One of the first philosophers to write about A&P... 2) Believ…
Structure
Function
Hippocrates
1) Established Code of Ethics - known today as Hippocratic Oa…
Aristotle
1) One of the first philosophers to write about A&P... 2) Believ…
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A&P: Introduction
Homeostasis
Black Box
Characteristics of living organisms
Anatomy
The maintenance of a relatively stable internal environment.
When we know what something does, but not how it does it.
Response to change of environment, Adaptability, Growth & Rep…
The study of form.
Homeostasis
The maintenance of a relatively stable internal environment.
Black Box
When we know what something does, but not how it does it.
48 terms
A&P II Introduction
Matter
Gross Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
Physiology
made up of atoms and molecules
big stuff; easily seen
small stuff; need a tool to see it
how things work
Matter
made up of atoms and molecules
Gross Anatomy
big stuff; easily seen
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Introduction to A&P: Body Cavities w/ Pictures
cranial cavity
middle ear
orbital cavity
nasal cavity
#1
#2
#3
#4
cranial cavity
#1
middle ear
#2
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A&P: Introduction to Anatomy
The 7 characteristics of life
Homeostasis
Positive feedback
Negative feedback
Organization ... Metabolism ... Responsiveness ... Growth & Developmen…
Keeping internal conditions constant
A form of regulation in which an end product of a process spe…
A form of regulation in which accumulation of an end product…
The 7 characteristics of life
Organization ... Metabolism ... Responsiveness ... Growth & Developmen…
Homeostasis
Keeping internal conditions constant
83 terms
Introduction to A&P
anatomy
physiology
homeostasis
anatomical position
structure of an organism
the study of the functions of an organism
the relatively stable state of equilibrium of an organism and…
standard position in which the body is facing forward, feet a…
anatomy
structure of an organism
physiology
the study of the functions of an organism
18 terms
P5, Introduction, A
A couple
Always
Bacon
Burgers
Několik, pár
Vždycky
Slanina
Burgery
A couple
Několik, pár
Always
Vždycky
11 terms
P3 Introduction A
capital
Could you ...?
maybe
new
hlavní
Mohl/a bys...?
možná, snad
nový
capital
hlavní
Could you ...?
Mohl/a bys...?
200 terms
A&P: INTRODUCTION
anabolism
anatomy
anterior
body fluid
is the set of metabolic pathways that construct molecules fro…
the branch of science concerned with the bodily structure of…
nearer the front, especially situated in the front of the bod…
A natural bodily fluid or secretion of fluid such as blood, s…
anabolism
is the set of metabolic pathways that construct molecules fro…
anatomy
the branch of science concerned with the bodily structure of…
19 terms
introduction to A and P
sagittal plane
frontal plane aka
transverse aka
what consists of the axial region
comes down vertically and divides the body into right and left
coronal splits everything vertically into front and back
horizontal divides the body top and bottom
head neck and trunk
sagittal plane
comes down vertically and divides the body into right and left
frontal plane aka
coronal splits everything vertically into front and back
25 terms
introduction - A&P
superior and inferior
anterior and posterior (dorsal)
medial, lateral, and intermediate
proximal and distal
toward and away from the head, respectively ... example of supe…
toward the front and back of the body... example of anterior: t…
toward the midline, away from the midline, and between a more…
closer to and farther from the origin of the body ... example o…
superior and inferior
toward and away from the head, respectively ... example of supe…
anterior and posterior (dorsal)
toward the front and back of the body... example of anterior: t…
A&P Introduction
Anterior
Posterior
Ventral
Dorsal
Towards the front of the body
Towards the back
Towards the front
Towards the back
Anterior
Towards the front of the body
Posterior
Towards the back
22 terms
Introduction to A&P
Anterior (or ventral)
Posterior (or dorsal)
Superior (or cranial)
Inferior (or caudal)
Describes the front or direction toward the front of the body…
Describes the back or direction toward the back of the body.…
describes a position above or higher than another part of the…
describes a position below or lower than another part of the…
Anterior (or ventral)
Describes the front or direction toward the front of the body…
Posterior (or dorsal)
Describes the back or direction toward the back of the body.…
62 terms
A&P Introduction (Kirillova)
Anatomy
Human Physiology
Metabolism
catabolism
body parts and their relationships: appearance, position, loc…
functioning of human organism: physical and chemical factors…
sum of all chemical processes in the body
molecule breakdown
Anatomy
body parts and their relationships: appearance, position, loc…
Human Physiology
functioning of human organism: physical and chemical factors…
19 terms
A & P introduction
What are the 7 types of epithelium?
Anatomy
Physiology
Sagittal plane
Simple squamous, simple cuboidal, simple columnar, stratified…
Form and structure of the body
Function of the body and its parts
Divides into left and right parts
What are the 7 types of epithelium?
Simple squamous, simple cuboidal, simple columnar, stratified…
Anatomy
Form and structure of the body
18 terms
a&p introduction
midline
anterior
posterior
superior
line down the axis of the body
front of the body ... (sometimes called ventral)
back of the body ... (sometimes called dorsil)
closer to the top (head)
midline
line down the axis of the body
anterior
front of the body ... (sometimes called ventral)
41 terms
Introduction to A&P
anatomy
physiology
microscopic anatomy
macroscopic anatomy
structure and form
what defines the structure
need microscope
also known as gross anatomy, can be seen with naked eyeq
anatomy
structure and form
physiology
what defines the structure
105 terms
Introduction to A+P
Anatomy
Physiology
Structure of a body part allows for it…
Chemical, cellular, tissue, organ, sys…
Science of body structures and relationships
Science of body functions
Relationship between structure and function
Six levels of organization
Anatomy
Science of body structures and relationships
Physiology
Science of body functions
49 terms
Human A&P Introduction
anatomy
physiology
characteristics of life
maintenance of life
study of the structure of the human body
study of how the structure functions in the human body
movement, responsiveness, growth, reproduction, respiration,…
water, nutrients, oxygen, heat, pressure
anatomy
study of the structure of the human body
physiology
study of how the structure functions in the human body
86 terms
A&P1 Introduction
Anatomy
Ana
Tome
Physiology
The study of structures and relationships without regard to t…
Upward
To cut
The study of the body parts
Anatomy
The study of structures and relationships without regard to t…
Ana
Upward
42 terms
Lecture 1: Introduction to A&P
Anatomy
Physiology
gross anatomy
regional
The study of the structure of body parts and their relationsh…
The study of the function of the body's structural machinery…
regional, systemic and surface
Studies all structures in one part of the body (such as the f…
Anatomy
The study of the structure of body parts and their relationsh…
Physiology
The study of the function of the body's structural machinery…
150 terms
A&P II: introduction
define: anatomy
define: physiology
define: homeostasis
each cell is surrounded by __
study of structure of the body
study of function of body
ability to maintain relatively stable internal conditions
a membrane
define: anatomy
study of structure of the body
define: physiology
study of function of body
50 terms
Introduction to A & P test
Abdominal
Axillary
Brachial
Calcaneal
Abdominal
Axillary
42 terms
Introduction to A&P Basic
Organizational structure from the smal…
Definition of anatomy
Define Diffusion
Define Osmosis
cells>tissue>organs/structures>systems
Structures of the body
follows the natural flow moving from a higher level of concen…
is the same type of transportation as diffusion but refers to…
Organizational structure from the smal…
cells>tissue>organs/structures>systems
Definition of anatomy
Structures of the body
22 terms
Introduction to Human A&P Section
Anatomy Definition
Physiology Definition
Anatomical Position
Proximal
the branch of science concerned with the bodily structure of…
the branch of science that deals with the normal functions of…
The erect position of the body with the face directed forward…
Closer to the trunk or point of attachment.
Anatomy Definition
the branch of science concerned with the bodily structure of…
Physiology Definition
the branch of science that deals with the normal functions of…
74 terms
Therapeutics Introduction to A&P
Anatomy
Physiology
Medical Terminology
Eponyms
"cutting open", study of internal and external structures of…
the study of how living organisms perform their vital functions
involves the use of word roots, prefixes, suffixes, and combi…
anatomical structures and clinical conditions were initially…
Anatomy
"cutting open", study of internal and external structures of…
Physiology
the study of how living organisms perform their vital functions
A&P Introduction
Complementarity
Cells
Tissues
Organs
Structure and function, function and form determine one another
The simplest structures capable of performing all living func…
Groups of cells working together to perform specific functions
Tissues working together to perform specific functions
Complementarity
Structure and function, function and form determine one another
Cells
The simplest structures capable of performing all living func…
87 terms
Chpt 1 Introduction to A&P
anatomy
physiology
homeostasis
anatomical position
structure of an organism
the study of the functions of an organism
the relatively stable state of equilibrium of an organism and…
standard position in which the body is facing forward, feet a…
anatomy
structure of an organism
physiology
the study of the functions of an organism
25 terms
Introduction to A&P chapter 1
anatomy
physiology
what are the 5 levels of organization…
organic chemical
study of structure of the human body
study of function of the human body
chemical, cells, tissues, organ and organ system making up th…
organic compounds that are the result of activities of living…
anatomy
study of structure of the human body
physiology
study of function of the human body
15 terms
A&P - Introduction Quiz
Lateral
Proximal
Plantar
Caudal
away from the median plane
toward the body (extremity)
"back" of hindlimb distal tarsus
toward the tail end of the body
Lateral
away from the median plane
Proximal
toward the body (extremity)
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