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Introduction into the human body vocab
Homeostasis
Etiology
Anatomy
Pathophysiology
Maintaing a constant internal enviroment
The study of all the factors involved in causing a disease
The study of the structures of the body
Explains how a body part functions when a person has a disease
Homeostasis
Maintaing a constant internal enviroment
Etiology
The study of all the factors involved in causing a disease
21 terms
Chapter 1 Introduction into Human Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Levels of organization
Characteristics of Life
deals with the structure (morphology) of the body and its parts
studies the functions of the body and its parts
atom-molecule-macromolecule-organelle-cell-tissue-organ-organ…
Movement, responsiveness, growth, reproduction, respiration,…
Anatomy
deals with the structure (morphology) of the body and its parts
Physiology
studies the functions of the body and its parts
35 terms
Chapter 1 Introduction into Human Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Levels of organization
Characteristics of Life
deals with the structure (morphology) of the body and its parts
studies the functions of the body and its parts
atom-molecule-macromolecule-organelle-cell-tissue-organ-organ…
Movement, responsiveness, growth, reproduction, respiration,…
Anatomy
deals with the structure (morphology) of the body and its parts
Physiology
studies the functions of the body and its parts
20 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Introduction into Human Anatomy
Anatomy
Physiology
Homeostasis
atom
The study of the structure of body parts
The study of the function of body parts
balanced out/stable of the human body
The least complex level of organization
Anatomy
The study of the structure of body parts
Physiology
The study of the function of body parts
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Anatomy: Introduction to the Human Body
4 types of planes
Coronal Plane (Frontal Plane)
Sagittal Plane (Lateral Plane)
Axial Plane (Transverse Plane)
Coronal (Frontal Plane), Sagittal (Lateral Plane), Axial (Tra…
vertical plane side to side; divides the body or any of its p…
vertical plane sront to back; divides body or any parts into…
horizontal plane; divides into upper and lower parts
4 types of planes
Coronal (Frontal Plane), Sagittal (Lateral Plane), Axial (Tra…
Coronal Plane (Frontal Plane)
vertical plane side to side; divides the body or any of its p…
42 terms
Chapter 1 - An Introduction into the Human Body
Anatomy
Physiology
Systemic
Cytology
study of the structure of living organisms
study of body function
pertaining to the whole body
the study of cells
Anatomy
study of the structure of living organisms
Physiology
study of body function
33 terms
Ch. 1 Introduction into the Human Body
Abdominopelvic Cavity
Anatomical position
anatomy
cranial cavity
Part of the ventral cavity that lies inferior to the diaphrag…
a standard position in which the body is facing forward, the…
The study of body structure
Part of the dorsal cavity that contains the brain
Abdominopelvic Cavity
Part of the ventral cavity that lies inferior to the diaphrag…
Anatomical position
a standard position in which the body is facing forward, the…
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Anatomy introduction to human body
Inferior
Dorsal
Posterior
Anterior
Down
Back
Back
Front
Inferior
Down
Dorsal
Back
24 terms
Introduction to Anatomy of the Human Body
Microscopic Anatomy
Gross Anatomy
Developmental Anatomy
Comparative Anatomy
The study of body structures that cannot be viewed without ma…
The study of body structures which are visible without the ai…
The study of structural that occur from conception to physica…
The study of the anatomy of different animals
Microscopic Anatomy
The study of body structures that cannot be viewed without ma…
Gross Anatomy
The study of body structures which are visible without the ai…
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Vocab. Introduction into Human Body- HOSA
Homeostasis
Etiology
Anatomy
Pathophysiology
Maintaing a constant internal environment
The study of all the factors involved in causing a disease
The study of the structures of the body
Explains how a body part functions when a person has a disease
Homeostasis
Maintaing a constant internal environment
Etiology
The study of all the factors involved in causing a disease
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Introduction into the Human Body (Part 2)
Involuntary muscle
Skeletal muscle
Striated muscle
Cardiac muscle
A muscle that is not under conscious control
A muscle that is attached to the bones of the skeleton and pr…
Muscle that has stripes (voluntary)
Forms the contractile wall of the heart. Striated like skelet…
Involuntary muscle
A muscle that is not under conscious control
Skeletal muscle
A muscle that is attached to the bones of the skeleton and pr…
29 terms
Vocabulary words for introduction into the human body
Homeostasis
Etiology
Anatomy
Pathophysiology
Maintaining a constant internal environment
The study of all the factors involved in causing a disease
The study of the structure of the body
Explains how a body part functions when a person has a disease
Homeostasis
Maintaining a constant internal environment
Etiology
The study of all the factors involved in causing a disease
29 terms
Vocabulary words for introduction into the human body
Homeostasis
Etiology
Anatomy
Pathophysiology
Maintaining a constant internal environent
The study of all factors involved in causing a disease
The study of the structures of the body
Explains how a body part functions when a person has a disease
Homeostasis
Maintaining a constant internal environent
Etiology
The study of all factors involved in causing a disease
29 terms
HOSA:Vocabulary words for introduction into the human body
Homeostasis
Etiology
Anatomy
Pathophysiology
Maintaining a constant internal environment
The study of all the factors involved in causing a disease
The study of the structures of the body
Explains how a body part functions when a person has a disease
Homeostasis
Maintaining a constant internal environment
Etiology
The study of all the factors involved in causing a disease
75 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Introduction to the Human Body
Anatomy
Physiology
Embryology
Cell Biology
The study of body structures and the relationships among them
The study of body functions and how different body parts and…
The study of the first eight weeks of development after ferti…
The study of cellular structures and functions
Anatomy
The study of body structures and the relationships among them
Physiology
The study of body functions and how different body parts and…
39 terms
Anatomy - Introduction to the Human Body - Richard
two basic branches:
anatomy
physiology
levels of organization:
anatomy, physiology
structure; the things you can see, the physical structures. (…
the function of the body.
cells, tissue, similar organs, 11 systems, human body
two basic branches:
anatomy, physiology
anatomy
structure; the things you can see, the physical structures. (…
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Introduction to Anatomy: REGIONS OF THE HUMAN BODY
Cephalic
Cervical
Thoracic
Brachial
area of head
area of neck
the chest
the segment of the upper limb closest to the trunk; the arm
Cephalic
area of head
Cervical
area of neck
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Introduction to the Human Body - Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Cells
Tissues
the scientific study of the structures or morphology of organ…
the scientific study of the functions or processes of living…
basic living units of all organisms
cells with similar structure taht work together to perform a…
Anatomy
the scientific study of the structures or morphology of organ…
Physiology
the scientific study of the functions or processes of living…
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Introduction to Anatomy of the Human Body cont.
Anatomical position
Axial Region
Appendicular Region
Superior (cranial or cephalic)
The person is standing upright, arms at the sides, palms faci…
This consists of the head, neck, and torso.
This consists of the upper and lower limbs.
This is above the point of reference; towards the head end or…
Anatomical position
The person is standing upright, arms at the sides, palms faci…
Axial Region
This consists of the head, neck, and torso.
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Introduction to Anatomy: REGIONS OF THE HUMAN BODY
Cephalic
Cervical
Thoracic
Brachial
area of head
area of neck
the chest
the segment of the upper limb closest to the trunk; the arm
Cephalic
area of head
Cervical
area of neck
47 terms
Anatomy & Physiology - Chapter 1 - Introduction to the Human Body
Anatomy
Physiology
Anatomy & Physiology relationship...
6 Levels of Organization
Scientific study of structure
Scientific study of function
inter-related because structure dictates function
Simplest to Most Complex... Chemical,... Cellular... Tissue... Organ... Body…
Anatomy
Scientific study of structure
Physiology
Scientific study of function
Introduction into Anatomy
Appendicular
Percardium
Cranial
Dorsal
Pertaining to the limbs
Membrane surrounds the heart
Portion of skull that surrounds the brain
Position towards the back
Appendicular
Pertaining to the limbs
Percardium
Membrane surrounds the heart
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 1: Introduction to the Human Body
Anatomy
Physiology
Phospholipids make...
Level of Structural Organization (6) "…
The branch of science concerned with the bodily structure of…
The branch of biology that deals with the normal functions of…
good membranes
Chemical... Cellular (cells)... Tissue... Organ... Organ System... Organisma…
Anatomy
The branch of science concerned with the bodily structure of…
Physiology
The branch of biology that deals with the normal functions of…
64 terms
Introduction to Human Body
anatomy
physiology
chemical
cellular
study of body structures
study of functions of body structures
lowest level of body organization
level after chemical level
anatomy
study of body structures
physiology
study of functions of body structures
The Human Body- Introduction to Human Anatomy Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Digestion ... Body Function
Metabolism ... Body Function
Study of structures of animals/humans and their parts
The scientific study of function in living systems
A persons capacity to break down food into substances that ca…
The sum total of the chemical reactions that occur in the body
Anatomy
Study of structures of animals/humans and their parts
Physiology
The scientific study of function in living systems
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Anatomy & P: Chapter One:introduction to the human body
Anterior (Ventral)
Posterior (dorsal)
Superior (Cranial)
Inferior (Caudal)
toward front of body
toward back of the body
above/ higher than another body part
Below/ Lower than another body part
Anterior (Ventral)
toward front of body
Posterior (dorsal)
toward back of the body
69 terms
Anatomy Exam 1(Introduction to Human Body)
Embryology
Fetus
Developmental Biology
Cell Biology
All the changes that occur from conception until the 8th week.
Week 9-40
Changes that occur from fertilization until death.
Study of cellular structure & function.
Embryology
All the changes that occur from conception until the 8th week.
Fetus
Week 9-40
53 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 1 - Introduction to the Human Body
Anatomy
Physiology
Chemical
Cellular
the study of the structure of body parts and their relationsh…
the study of the function of the body's structural machinery
atoms combine to form molecules
cells are made up of molecules
Anatomy
the study of the structure of body parts and their relationsh…
Physiology
the study of the function of the body's structural machinery
38 terms
Anatomy Chapter 1 (Introduction to the Human Body)
Cytology
Renal Physiology
Histology
Endocrinology
Study of cells
Study of functions of kidneys
Study of tissues
Study of the functions of hormones
Cytology
Study of cells
Renal Physiology
Study of functions of kidneys
Anatomy Chapter 1: Introduction to the Human Body
Anatomy
Physiology
Pathophysiology
10 basic processes of life
Study of the structure of organisms and their individual parts
The functions or process of living things
Changes to normal body functions or processes as a result of…
Organization Growth... Metabolism Differentiation... Responsiveness…
Anatomy
Study of the structure of organisms and their individual parts
Physiology
The functions or process of living things
38 terms
Anatomy: Introduction to the Human Body: Part 1
Append-
Cardi-
Dors-
Homeo-
To hang something
Heart
Back
Same
Append-
To hang something
Cardi-
Heart
Anatomy Chapter 1: An Introduction to the Human Body
anatomy
physiology
hypertryfle
afferent simulus
- the study of structure
- the study of how the body structure function
- an increase in cell size
- flowing away from the brain to correct the stimulus
anatomy
- the study of structure
physiology
- the study of how the body structure function
18 terms
Anatomy Chapter 1 - An Introduction to the Human Body
anatomy
gross anatomy
microscopic anatomy
cytology
the gree root meaning "to cut apart"
study of larger structures in the body visible without magini…
study of structures only visible under a microscope
study of cells
anatomy
the gree root meaning "to cut apart"
gross anatomy
study of larger structures in the body visible without magini…
45 terms
Introduction into Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy
Atom
Cell
Tissue
the science of the structure of living organisms
the smallest part of an element, indivisible by ordinary chem…
the basic biological unit of living organisms, enclosed by a…
a group of similar cells specialized to perform a specific fu…
Anatomy
the science of the structure of living organisms
Atom
the smallest part of an element, indivisible by ordinary chem…
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Introduction Into Anatomy
superior
inferior
anterior
posterior
above
below
fromt
back
superior
above
inferior
below
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CH. 1 Anatomy - An Introduction to the Human Body
Palpation
Auscultation
Percussion
Metabolism
a method of feeling with the fingers or hands during a physic…
The examiner listens to body sounds to evaluate the functioni…
The examiner taps on the body surface with the fingertips and…
All the chemical transformations that occur within the body
Palpation
a method of feeling with the fingers or hands during a physic…
Auscultation
The examiner listens to body sounds to evaluate the functioni…
112 terms
Introduction to the Human Body
right hypochondriac region
epigastric region
left hypochondriac region
right lumbar region
Identify the abdominopelvic region indicated by the number 1
Identify the abdominopelvic region indicated by the number 2
Identify the abdominopelvic region indicated by the number 3
Identify the abdominopelvic region indicated by the number 4
right hypochondriac region
Identify the abdominopelvic region indicated by the number 1
epigastric region
Identify the abdominopelvic region indicated by the number 2
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Human Anatomy An Introduction to the Structure and function of the Body
Anatomy
Physiology
Pathology
Disease
The study of the structure of an organism and the relationshi…
The study of the function of living organisms and their parts
The study of disease
Conditions from abnormalities that prevent the body from main…
Anatomy
The study of the structure of an organism and the relationshi…
Physiology
The study of the function of living organisms and their parts
50 terms
Into to Human Body
Anatomy
Gross anatomy
Microscopic anatomy
Physiology
Shape and structure of the body
Study of the body using naked eye
Study of the body using a microscope
Functions of the organisms
Anatomy
Shape and structure of the body
Gross anatomy
Study of the body using naked eye
46 terms
Anatomy- Chapter 1: An Introduction to the Human Body
Anatomy
Physiology
dissection
Levels of structural organization in t…
the science of body structures and the relationships among them
the science of body functions-how the body parts work
the careful cutting apart of body structures to study their r…
1. chemical: atoms combine to form molecules... 2. cellular: cel…
Anatomy
the science of body structures and the relationships among them
Physiology
the science of body functions-how the body parts work
90 terms
Anatomy Chapter 1 - Introduction to Human Body
Anatomy
Physiology
Atoms
Molecules
Study of the structures that make up the body and how structu…
Study of how the body functions and carries out the activitie…
Smallest units of matter
Atoms combined
Anatomy
Study of the structures that make up the body and how structu…
Physiology
Study of how the body functions and carries out the activitie…
20 terms
Anatomy and Physiology - Introduction to the Human Body Quiz
Anatomical Position
Superior (cranial)
Inferior(caudal)
Anterior (ventral)
Standing upright... Feet pointed forward... Palms facing forward... Re…
Towards the top/head
Towards the feet/away from the head
Towards the front
Anatomical Position
Standing upright... Feet pointed forward... Palms facing forward... Re…
Superior (cranial)
Towards the top/head
57 terms
Introduction to the Human Body
right hypochondriac region
epigastric region
left hypochondriac region
right lumbar region
Identify the abdominopelvic region indicated by the number 1
Identify the abdominopelvic region indicated by the number 2
Identify the abdominopelvic region indicated by the number 3
Identify the abdominopelvic region indicated by the number 4
right hypochondriac region
Identify the abdominopelvic region indicated by the number 1
epigastric region
Identify the abdominopelvic region indicated by the number 2
23 terms
anatomy and physiology: chapter 1 Introduction to the Human Body
anatomy
physiology
gross anatomy
cytology
the study of the STRUCTURE of the body
the study of the FUNCTION, deals with ways organisms perform…
the study of the structural features of the body WITHOUT AID…
CYTO: the study of CELLS
anatomy
the study of the STRUCTURE of the body
physiology
the study of the FUNCTION, deals with ways organisms perform…
64 terms
Anatomy: Introduction to the Human Body (Unit 1)
anatomy
two types of anatomy
physiology
levels of structural organization (sim…
the study of structure and shape of the body and its parts
gross anatomy, microscopic anatomy
the study of how the body and its parts function
chemical (atomic and molecular: H20), cellular, tissue, organ…
anatomy
the study of structure and shape of the body and its parts
two types of anatomy
gross anatomy, microscopic anatomy
Introduction into Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy
Two Types of Anatomy
Gross Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
-study of body structure... -relationship among body parts
-gross anatomy... -microscopic anatomy
branch of anatomy that deals with the structure of organs and…
study of the structure of cells, tissues, and organs of the b…
Anatomy
-study of body structure... -relationship among body parts
Two Types of Anatomy
-gross anatomy... -microscopic anatomy
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: An introduction to the human body
Lymphatic system
Respiratory system
Digestive system
Urinary system
Returns fluid to blood; defends against pathogens. (Thymus, l…
Removes carbon dioxide from the blood; delivers oxygen to the…
Processes food for use by the body; removes wastes from undir…
Controls water balance in the body; removes wastes from blood…
Lymphatic system
Returns fluid to blood; defends against pathogens. (Thymus, l…
Respiratory system
Removes carbon dioxide from the blood; delivers oxygen to the…
51 terms
Anatomy Chapter 1 (Introduction to the Human Body)
Anatomy
Dissection
Physiology
Structural Organization in the Human B…
the science of body structures and the relationships among th…
the careful cutting apart of body structures to study their r…
The science of body function- how the body parts work
1. Chemical level... 2. Cellular level... 3. Tissue level... 4. Organ…
Anatomy
the science of body structures and the relationships among th…
Dissection
the careful cutting apart of body structures to study their r…
34 terms
Anatomy Chapter 1: Introduction to the Human Body
macroscopic anatomy
regional
systemic
embryology
structures that can be seen with the naked eye
studied area by area
studied system by system
the development of structures from conception to birth
macroscopic anatomy
structures that can be seen with the naked eye
regional
studied area by area
94 terms
Anatomy and Physiology ch.1 Introduction To The Human Body
anatomy
physiology
gross or macroscopic
regional
study of the body's structure
study of the body's function
structures that can be examined without a microscope
studied area by area
anatomy
study of the body's structure
physiology
study of the body's function
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