How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

Study sets matching "anatomy physiology human organism"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "anatomy physiology human organism"

67 terms
Anatomy and Physiology - The Human Organism
Anatomy
Physiology
Gross Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
The study of the structure of body parts and their relationsh…
The study of the function of body parts
The study of large body structures visible to the naked eye
The study of structures with the aid of a microscope
Anatomy
The study of the structure of body parts and their relationsh…
Physiology
The study of the function of body parts
84 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: The Human Organism
Anatomy
Growth
Development
Differentiation
the scientific discipline that investigates the structure of…
increase in size of all or part of the organism
the changes an organism undergoes throughout time; begins wit…
change in cell structure and function from generalized to spe…
Anatomy
the scientific discipline that investigates the structure of…
Growth
increase in size of all or part of the organism
40 terms
Anatomy and Physiology - The Human Organism
_____________ __investigates the body'…
The study of tissues is called
Ultrasound, X-rays, CT, and MRI are al…
A group of cells with similar structur…
Anatomy, physiology
histology
anatomic imaging
tissue
_____________ __investigates the body'…
Anatomy, physiology
The study of tissues is called
histology
73 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Organization of the Human Body
Anatomy
Physiology
Levels of Organization
Integumentary System
Study of the body's structures (bones)
Scientific investigations of the processes or functions of li…
1. Chemical/Molecular Level... 2. Cellular level (cells are the…
Parts: skin (largest organ), hair, nails, sweat, and oil glan…
Anatomy
Study of the body's structures (bones)
Physiology
Scientific investigations of the processes or functions of li…
35 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Ch. 1- Human Organism
skeletal system
what systems make movement possible?
ligaments
muscular system
provides structure, movement, produces blood cells in bone ma…
muscular, skeletal and nervous systems
bone to bone attachment, holds bones together, LINKed together
produces movement, maintains posture, produces body heat. Mus…
skeletal system
provides structure, movement, produces blood cells in bone ma…
what systems make movement possible?
muscular, skeletal and nervous systems
48 terms
Anatomy+Physiology Chapter 1- Human Organism
Anatomy
Physiology
Microscopic Anatomy
Topics of Physiology
studies the structure of body parts and their relationship to…
how all body parts work and carry out
- concerns structure too small to be seen with naked eye... 1. c…
-reveals dynamic nature of living things... 1. cell physiology-…
Anatomy
studies the structure of body parts and their relationship to…
Physiology
how all body parts work and carry out
9 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Organization of the Human Body
cell
tissue
organ
organ system
the basic unit of all living things
a group of connected cells that work together to carry out th…
a structure made of two or more types of tissues that work to…
a group of organs that work together to carry out a very larg…
cell
the basic unit of all living things
tissue
a group of connected cells that work together to carry out th…
11 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology ( organ systems)
protects deeper tissue from getting da…
supports body, provides framework,used…
helps maintain posture (skeletal and c…
responds to external and internal chan…
integumentary
skeletal
muscular
nervous
protects deeper tissue from getting da…
integumentary
supports body, provides framework,used…
skeletal
11 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology: Organ Systems
Integumentary System
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Nervous System
Forms the external body covering; protects deeper tissue from…
Protects and supports body organs; provides a framework the m…
Allows manipulation of the enviornment, locomotion, and facia…
Fast-acting control system of the body; responds to internal…
Integumentary System
Forms the external body covering; protects deeper tissue from…
Skeletal System
Protects and supports body organs; provides a framework the m…
86 terms
Anatomy and Physiology - Organization of the Human Body
Leonardo de vinci
Andreas Vesalius
William Harvey
Anatomy
Italian, First to draw a correct illustration of the human sk…
Flemish, wrote one of the first human anatomy books
English, Discovered how blood circulates through human body
science that studies the structure of the human body (form)
Leonardo de vinci
Italian, First to draw a correct illustration of the human sk…
Andreas Vesalius
Flemish, wrote one of the first human anatomy books
43 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Organization of the Human body
Cranial
Facial
Cephalic
Frontal
Skull
Face
Head
Forehead
Cranial
Skull
Facial
Face
43 terms
Anatomy/Physiology- Organization of the Human Body
Head
Skull
Face
Forehead
Cephalic
Cranial
Facial
Frontal
Head
Cephalic
Skull
Cranial
76 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Organization of the Human Body
nasal
oral
cervical
acromial
nose
mouth
neck
point of shoulder
nasal
nose
oral
mouth
10 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology : Organs & Functions
Respiratory System
Respiratory System
Urinary System
Urinary System
Organs:... - Nose... -Mouth
Functions:... -provides oxygen to cells... -removes waste in the fo…
Organs: ... -kidneys ... -bladder
Functions:... -filters waste from blood... -produces urine
Respiratory System
Organs:... - Nose... -Mouth
Respiratory System
Functions:... -provides oxygen to cells... -removes waste in the fo…
11 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology Ch.1 (Organ System)
Digestive System
Lymphatic System
Cardiovascular System
Endocrine System
Digestive System
Lymphatic System
11 terms
Anatomy and Physiology | The Human Organ Systems
Integumentary
Skeletal
Muscular
Nervous
Protects, eliminates waste, helps reguate body temperature.…
Supports body, protects organs, produces blood cells... Bones,…
Pumps the heart, helps move matierials through the digestive…
Receives and interprets sensory input, directs body movements…
Integumentary
Protects, eliminates waste, helps reguate body temperature.…
Skeletal
Supports body, protects organs, produces blood cells... Bones,…
45 terms
Anatomy/Physiology- Organization of the Human Body
Cephalic
Cranial
Facial
Frontal
Head
Skull
Face
Forehead
Cephalic
Head
Cranial
Skull
21 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Organs In Human Models
heart
aorta
inferior vena cava
spleen
Two pumps are combined into one organ. The right side pumps b…
This is the biggest artery of the body
This is the biggest vein of the body. The name means cavernou…
Go down to the stomach and turn left to reach this organ. It…
heart
Two pumps are combined into one organ. The right side pumps b…
aorta
This is the biggest artery of the body
12 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology: Organ Systems
Integumentary System: Skin, hair, toe…
Skeletal System: bones, cartilage, ten…
Muscular System: Muscles (cardiac, ske…
Lymphatic System: lymph nodes, lymphat…
Functions:... Protection -pathogens... Temp regulation... Protects aga…
Functions: ... Structure - helps move... Protection of vital organs…
Functions:... Movements- body, blood and transports food... Preserv…
Functions:... Fights/protects against pathogens... Absorbs fats... Tra…
Integumentary System: Skin, hair, toe…
Functions:... Protection -pathogens... Temp regulation... Protects aga…
Skeletal System: bones, cartilage, ten…
Functions: ... Structure - helps move... Protection of vital organs…
11 terms
Human anatomy and physiology organ systems
Intergumentary system (skin)
Skeletal system
Muscular system
Nervous system
Main job is to protect the deeper tissue of injury
Protects and supports body organs (heart, lungs, liver and st…
Enables movement, produces heat and enables facial expression
Responds to internal and external changes by activating appro…
Intergumentary system (skin)
Main job is to protect the deeper tissue of injury
Skeletal system
Protects and supports body organs (heart, lungs, liver and st…
21 terms
Organization of The Human Body *Anatomy Physiology*
Cells
Tissues
4 types of Tissues
Connective Tissue
They are the first biological level of organization for human…
Are the second biological level of organization for humans. B…
Epithelial Tissue, Muscle Tissue, Nervous Tissue, and Connect…
Is made up of cells that form the body's structure. Examples…
Cells
They are the first biological level of organization for human…
Tissues
Are the second biological level of organization for humans. B…
56 terms
Organization of the Human Body - Anatomy and Physiology
atom
molecule
cell
tissue
the smallest structure of the human body; basic structure for…
structure composed of two or more atoms
composed of atoms/molecules to make up all living things
group of cells that work together to carry out the same funct…
atom
the smallest structure of the human body; basic structure for…
molecule
structure composed of two or more atoms
38 terms
Organization of the Human Body (anatomy and physiology)
element
atom
compound
mixture
pure simple chemical
smallest part of any element
when atoms of two or more elements react with chemically
blend of two or more subtances
element
pure simple chemical
atom
smallest part of any element
24 terms
Organization Anatomy 14 Human Anatomy & Physiology
* Biology
*Anatomy
*Physiology
*Characteristics of Life
The scientific study of life
The study of structure and relationships... among structures
The study of the functions of the body... How the body parts work
• Eats for energy... • Senses and responds to environmental... cha…
* Biology
The scientific study of life
*Anatomy
The study of structure and relationships... among structures
21 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 1 The Human Organism
Anatomy
Systematic anatomy
Regional anatomy
Surface anatomy
The scientific discipline that investigates the structure of…
The study of the body by systems and is the approach taken in…
The study of the organization of the body by areas
The study of external features, such as bony projections, whi…
Anatomy
The scientific discipline that investigates the structure of…
Systematic anatomy
The study of the body by systems and is the approach taken in…
Intro to Human Anatomy & Physiology Human Organization
Tissue
Epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
Muscular tissue
Composed of similarly specialized cells that perform a common…
Covers the body surface and lines body cavities
Binds and supports body parts
Moves the body and its parts
Tissue
Composed of similarly specialized cells that perform a common…
Epithelial tissue
Covers the body surface and lines body cavities
10 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 2- Human endocrine organs
Pineal gland... 1. What hormones are secr…
Hypothalamus... 1. What hormones are secr…
Pituitary gland... What hormones are secr…
Thyroid gland... 1.What hormones are secr…
1. Melatonin... 2. Helps regulate sleep patterns... 3. Pineal Gland…
1. Calcitonin... 2. Decrease calcium in the blood ... 3.
Pineal gland... 1. What hormones are secr…
1. Melatonin... 2. Helps regulate sleep patterns... 3. Pineal Gland…
Hypothalamus... 1. What hormones are secr…
39 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology- Tissue Level of Organization
Histology
Gross anatomy
Epithelial Tissue
Protects against microbial invasion,de…
Is the science that deals with the study of tissues
The branch of Anatomy that deals with the structure of organs…
The most common type of tissue found in the human body
What are the functions of Epithelial tissue?
Histology
Is the science that deals with the study of tissues
Gross anatomy
The branch of Anatomy that deals with the structure of organs…
40 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology: Practical Organic Chemistry
All organic molecules contain this.
What are four organic molecules?
Carbohydrates
Lipids
Carbon
Nucleic acids, lipids, carbohydrates, proteins
Energy source, can be stored as glycogen,
A group of organic compounds composed mostly of carbon and hy…
All organic molecules contain this.
Carbon
What are four organic molecules?
Nucleic acids, lipids, carbohydrates, proteins
82 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 1: THe Human Organism
anatomy
developmental anatomy
embryology
cytology
the scientific discipline that investigates the body's struct…
studies the structural changes that occur between conception…
a subspecialty of developmental anatomy, considers changes fr…
examines the structural features of cells
anatomy
the scientific discipline that investigates the body's struct…
developmental anatomy
studies the structural changes that occur between conception…
Anatomy & Physiology Ch. 1- Human Organism
skeletal system
what systems make movement possible?
ligaments
muscular system
provides structure, movement, produces blood cells in bone ma…
muscular, skeletal and nervous systems
bone to bone attachment, holds bones together, LINKed together
produces movement, maintains posture, produces body heat. Mus…
skeletal system
provides structure, movement, produces blood cells in bone ma…
what systems make movement possible?
muscular, skeletal and nervous systems
9 terms
Seeley's Anatomy & Physiology - Chapter 1 - The Human Organism
Characteristics of Life
Homeostasis
Negative Feedback- (ex of blood pressu…
Positive Feedback- (ex of coagulation)
1. Organization: condition in which there are specific relati…
The process through which a nearly stable internal environmen…
1. Receptors monitor the... value of a variable. In this... case, r…
Positive Feedback ... (It does not mean that it is good, rather…
Characteristics of Life
1. Organization: condition in which there are specific relati…
Homeostasis
The process through which a nearly stable internal environmen…
92 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Ch. 1 The Human Organism
Anatomy
Developmental Anatomy
Embryology
Cytology
the scientific discipline that investigates the body's struct…
studies the structural change that occurs between conception…
change from conception to the end of the eighth week of devel…
examines the structural features of cells
Anatomy
the scientific discipline that investigates the body's struct…
Developmental Anatomy
studies the structural change that occurs between conception…
72 terms
Hole's Anatomy & Physiology (14ed) Chapter: Human Organism
Abdominal Cavity
Abdominopelvic Region
Ankle Region
Antebrachial Region
• Bounded by abdominal walls, thoracic diaphragm (superior),…
• Trunk, inferior to thoracic region... • Abdominal cavity conta…
• Subdivision of foot... • Skin, muscles and tendons, nerves, an…
• Upper limb (distal)... • Between elbow and wrist joints... • Fore…
Abdominal Cavity
• Bounded by abdominal walls, thoracic diaphragm (superior),…
Abdominopelvic Region
• Trunk, inferior to thoracic region... • Abdominal cavity conta…
37 terms
Organization of the human body (anatomy&physiology ch.1)
Anatomy
Physiology
Levels of organization
Integumentary system
Study of body STRUCTURE
Study of HOW the body functions
-chemicals... -cell: basic unit of life... -tissues: specialized gr…
-skin, hair, sweat and oil glands... -function: protection
Anatomy
Study of body STRUCTURE
Physiology
Study of HOW the body functions
Quiz 1 - Anatomy and Physiology and the Human Body Organization
Which of the following regions corresp…
If a response decreases a disturbance,…
Which terms refers to the foot?
Which of the following is located more…
gluteal
negative
pedal
hip
Which of the following regions corresp…
gluteal
If a response decreases a disturbance,…
negative
21 terms
Honors Anatomy and Physiology Eleven Human Organ Systems
What are the two types of skin?
What 2 systems are needed for movement?
Skeletal System
Ligaments connect ___________ to _____…
Integumentary ... Epithelial
skeletal ... muscular
provide a framework to give people shape
bone ... bone
What are the two types of skin?
Integumentary ... Epithelial
What 2 systems are needed for movement?
skeletal ... muscular
20 terms
Quiz 1 - Anatomy and Physiology and the Human Body Organization
Which of the following regions corresp…
If a response decreases a disturbance,…
Which terms refers to the foot?
Which of the following is located more…
gluteal
negative
pedal
hip
Which of the following regions corresp…
gluteal
If a response decreases a disturbance,…
negative
11 terms
Anatomy and Physiology I Human Organ Systems
Integumentary System
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Nervous System
Skin and associated glands, nails, and hair; covers outer sur…
Bones and associated cartilage and joints; deep to the skin a…
Skeletal muscles and cardiac and smooth muscle in walls of or…
Brain, spinal cord, sense organs, and nerves; mostly in dorsa…
Integumentary System
Skin and associated glands, nails, and hair; covers outer sur…
Skeletal System
Bones and associated cartilage and joints; deep to the skin a…
22 terms
Organization of Human Body: The scope of Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy
Inspection
Palpation
Auscultation
The study of form/structure
Looking or observing the body
Feeling by touching the body
Listening to the human body. (lungs, heart, stomach)
Anatomy
The study of form/structure
Inspection
Looking or observing the body
Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology- III Levels of organization
All materials are made of _____________
Chemicals consist of tiny ___________…
Examples of atoms
When atoms chemically bond together th…
Chemicals
particles/atoms
Hydrogen and lithium
molecules
All materials are made of _____________
Chemicals
Chemicals consist of tiny ___________…
particles/atoms
8 terms
HN Human Anatomy & Physiology Organization of Skeletal Muscles
True or False:... Just as individual musc…
Synergist
Synergist Examples:
Antagonist
False... Just as individual muscles fibers seldom contract ... inde…
muscles that work together to create a movement
Biceps brachii and brachialis (both flex the elbow)
muscles that oppose each other (generally found on opposite s…
True or False:... Just as individual musc…
False... Just as individual muscles fibers seldom contract ... inde…
Synergist
muscles that work together to create a movement
47 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 1- Organization of the Human Body
Anatomy
Physiology
Anatomy and Physiology are related bec…
What is an example of how A&P are comp…
study of body structures and relationships among structures
study of body functions
both are complimentary sciences and structure determines func…
Skin vs. alveoli would be an example. Alveoli are air sacs of…
Anatomy
study of body structures and relationships among structures
Physiology
study of body functions
65 terms
Anatomy and physiology chapter 1- organization of the human body
Anatomy
Physiology
Structural organization at the chemica…
Reproduction
The science of structure and the relationships among structur…
The science of body functions of the body parts-- individuall…
Atoms and molecules.
The formation of new cells for growth, repair, or replacement…
Anatomy
The science of structure and the relationships among structur…
Physiology
The science of body functions of the body parts-- individuall…
Quiz 1 - Anatomy and Physiology and the Human Body Organization
Which of the following regions corresp…
If a response decreases a disturbance,…
Which terms refers to the foot?
Which of the following is located more…
gluteal
negative
pedal
hip
Which of the following regions corresp…
gluteal
If a response decreases a disturbance,…
negative
31 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: 1.6 Organization of the human body
What does the axial portion of the bod…
What foes the appendicular portion of…
What is the Cranial Cavity and what po…
What is the Vertebral Canal and what p…
head, neck, and trunk
upper and lower limbs
houses the brain and is part of the axial portion of the body
contains the spinal cord within the section soy the backbone…
What does the axial portion of the bod…
head, neck, and trunk
What foes the appendicular portion of…
upper and lower limbs
37 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 1 Organization of the Human Body
3 Types of Human Body Study
6 Levels of Orginization
Body Systems
Metabolic Activities
Anatomy(Dissection), Physiology, Pathology (Disease)
Chemicals, Cells, Organs, Systems, Organisim
Protection Support Movement (Integumentary [in-teg-yuh-men-tu…
Catabolism [kuh-tab-uh-liz-uh m] (breaks down items for energ…
3 Types of Human Body Study
Anatomy(Dissection), Physiology, Pathology (Disease)
6 Levels of Orginization
Chemicals, Cells, Organs, Systems, Organisim
56 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 1 - Organization of the Human Body
6 levels of organization and body syst…
Examples of cellular level (Know pictu…
Tissue level
4 main types of tissue
1. Chemical (atoms, molecules)... 2. Cellular... 3. Tissue... 4. Organ…
- muscle fiber... - nerve cell... - Red blood cell... - White blood ce…
Groups of cells and the materials surrounding them that work…
1. Epithelial... 2. Connective... 3. Muscular... 4. Nervous
6 levels of organization and body syst…
1. Chemical (atoms, molecules)... 2. Cellular... 3. Tissue... 4. Organ…
Examples of cellular level (Know pictu…
- muscle fiber... - nerve cell... - Red blood cell... - White blood ce…
17 terms
organ system-foundations of human anatomy and physiology
Anatomical Planes
Sagittal plane
Frontal plane
Transverse plane
...
divides body into left and right halves
divides body into front and back halves
divides the body into top and bottom halves
Anatomical Planes
...
Sagittal plane
divides body into left and right halves
9 terms
Hole's Human Anatomy & Physiology [Levels of Organization]
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Matter is composed of atoms
Atoms join to form molecules
Organelles are built of groups of large molecules (macromolec…
Cells, which contain organelles, are basic units of structure…
Level 1
Matter is composed of atoms
Level 2
Atoms join to form molecules
1 of 10