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Anatomy & Physiology : Study of the Body
How much water is the human body made…
what is anatomy?
what is physiology?
what is the level of organization
The human body is comprised of about 65% or roughly 2/3 of wa…
Study of body structure... Normal position of body structures
Study of function
Atom... Molecule... Organelles... Cells... Tissues... Organs... Organ Systems... O…
How much water is the human body made…
The human body is comprised of about 65% or roughly 2/3 of wa…
what is anatomy?
Study of body structure... Normal position of body structures
97 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Body Structures and Homeostasis
Anatomy
Physiology
Subunits of Human Organisms (in order)
Characteristics of Life
identify structures of the human body
describe functions of the human body
organisms, organ system, organ, tissues, cells, organelles, m…
universal genetic code, cells, homeostasis, adaptation and ev…
Anatomy
identify structures of the human body
Physiology
describe functions of the human body
12 terms
Chapter 2: body structure anatomy
Cytology
Histology
Muscle tissue
Voluntary muscles
Study of cells and thier function
Study of tissue
Produces movement in body
Muscle we control
Cytology
Study of cells and thier function
Histology
Study of tissue
Anatomy structural organization and body cavities
Chemical
Cellular
Tissue
Organ
Atoms combind to form molecules
Cells are made of molecules
Consists of similar types of cells
Made up of different organs
Chemical
Atoms combind to form molecules
Cellular
Cells are made of molecules
18 terms
Anatomy- Structural Organization and Body Cavities
chemical level
cellular level (Smallest of living thi…
tissue level (epithelial)
organ level (small intestine)
tiny building blocks of matter combine to form molecules such…
all cells have some common functions, but individual can vary…
consists of groups of similar cells that have a common function
extremely complex functions become possible organ; composed o…
chemical level
tiny building blocks of matter combine to form molecules such…
cellular level (Smallest of living thi…
all cells have some common functions, but individual can vary…
Anatomy-Body Structure Relations to another
superior
inferior
anterior/ventral
posterior/dorsal
towards head; above
towards feet; below
front
back
superior
towards head; above
inferior
towards feet; below
11 terms
Anatomy (Structural Organization and Body Systems)
Skeletal System
Integumentary System
Muscular System
Nervous System
-supports and protects body ... -provides surface area for muscl…
-protects body... -helps regulate body temperature ... -eliminates…
-participates in body movements ... -maintains posture... -produces…
-Generates action potentials (nerve impulses)... -Detects change…
Skeletal System
-supports and protects body ... -provides surface area for muscl…
Integumentary System
-protects body... -helps regulate body temperature ... -eliminates…
Chapter 5 (Body Structure ) (Anatomy)
Anatomic position
Frontal plane
Sagittal plane
Transverse plan
That is, upright, with face front, arms at the sides with pal…
Right angles into a midline snd divides the body into anterio…
Passes front and back divides the body into right and left po…
Passes horizontally, dividing the body into superior and infe…
Anatomic position
That is, upright, with face front, arms at the sides with pal…
Frontal plane
Right angles into a midline snd divides the body into anterio…
42 terms
Chapter 2: Body Structure (Anatomy)
Medial
Superior
Inferior
Lateral
Middle of body or structure
towards the head, above another structure
towards the feet or tail, or below another structure
toward the side
Medial
Middle of body or structure
Superior
towards the head, above another structure
Anatomy and Physiology Basic Structure of the Human Body Dev
Anatomy?
Physiology?
Pathophysiology?
Protoplasm?
Study of the form and STRUCTURE of an organism
study of the processes of how living organisms, or why and ho…
study of how the disease occurs and the responses of living o…
Basic structure of all life. makes up all living things.
Anatomy?
Study of the form and STRUCTURE of an organism
Physiology?
study of the processes of how living organisms, or why and ho…
Types Of Anatomy (study of structures)
Systemic Anatomy
Regional Anatomy
Gross Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
- Investigation of Organ systems
- Investigation of various regions of the body (head & neck;…
- Investigation of structures of the body that are visible wi…
- Investigation of structures that requires the use of a micr…
Systemic Anatomy
- Investigation of Organ systems
Regional Anatomy
- Investigation of various regions of the body (head & neck;…
54 terms
Human Anatomy - Body Structures and Homeostasis
Integumentary system
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Nervous System
Skin
Bones
Muscles
Brain, spinal cord, nerves, and sensory receptors
Integumentary system
Skin
Skeletal System
Bones
Anatomy and Physiology Basic Structure of the Human Body Dev
Anatomy?
Physiology?
Pathophysiology?
Protoplasm?
Study of the form and STRUCTURE of an organism
study of the processes of how living organisms, or why and ho…
study of how the disease occurs and the responses of living o…
Basic structure of all life. makes up all living things.
Anatomy?
Study of the form and STRUCTURE of an organism
Physiology?
study of the processes of how living organisms, or why and ho…
48 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Basic Structure of the Human Body Dev
Anatomy?
Physiology?
Pathophysiology?
Protoplasm?
Study of the form and STRUCTURE of an organism
study of the processes of how living organisms, or why and ho…
study of how the disease occurs and the responses of living o…
Basic structure of all life. makes up all living things.
Anatomy?
Study of the form and STRUCTURE of an organism
Physiology?
study of the processes of how living organisms, or why and ho…
8 terms
Anatomy - levels of structural organization in the human body
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
chemical level
cellular level
tissue level
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
molecules are organized into cells which are the basic struct…
cells are organized into tissues to perform a particular func…
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
chemical level
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
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
11 terms
Anatomy 11 body systems structures
integumentary
skeletal
muscular
nervous
skin, glands, sensory receptors
bones, joints (articulations), cartilage
cardiac, skeletal, smooth
brain, spinal cord, nerves, sensory receptors
integumentary
skin, glands, sensory receptors
skeletal
bones, joints (articulations), cartilage
59 terms
anatomy and body structures exam 1
dorsal cavity
thoracic cavity
abdominopelvic cavity
orbital cavity
brain and spinal cord, cranial, spinal
ribs, heart, lungs
regions- epigastric region (upper) just below sternum; right…
eyes, eye muscles, optic nerves, lacrimal
dorsal cavity
brain and spinal cord, cranial, spinal
thoracic cavity
ribs, heart, lungs
17 terms
Human Anatomy - Chapter 1 - Structural Organization of the Body
Chemical Level
Atoms
Molecule
Macromolecules
The simplest level and it involves atoms and molecules
The smallest unit of matter
When two or more atoms combine, they form a _______________
More complex molecules, they include some proteins and DNA mo…
Chemical Level
The simplest level and it involves atoms and molecules
Atoms
The smallest unit of matter
11 terms
anatomy chapter 1 - structural organization of the human body
anatomy
physiology
atom
molecules
the study of the structure of the body parts and their relati…
the study of the functions of the body ie. how the body parts…
smallest particle of an element with all of the properties of…
the smallest amount of a substance that can exist alone ... a co…
anatomy
the study of the structure of the body parts and their relati…
physiology
the study of the functions of the body ie. how the body parts…
Anatomy chapter 1 structure and function of the body
Anatomy
Physiology
Anatomical position
Body planes or sections identified by…
Anatomy and physiology are closely related concepts that are…
physiology involves the study of the functions of individual…
The position with the body erect with the arms at the sides a…
There are three basic reference planes used in anatomy: the s…
Anatomy
Anatomy and physiology are closely related concepts that are…
Physiology
physiology involves the study of the functions of individual…
71 terms
Anatomy Chapter 1 Intro to the Structure and Function of the Body
anatomy
physiology
hypothesis
experiment
the study of the structure of an organism and the relationshi…
the study of the functions of living organisms and their parts
a reasonable guess
testing process of a hypothesis
anatomy
the study of the structure of an organism and the relationshi…
physiology
the study of the functions of living organisms and their parts
71 terms
Anatomy Chapter 1 Intro to the Structure and Function of the Body
anatomy
physiology
hypothesis
experiment
the study of the structure of an organism and the relationshi…
the study of the functions of living organisms and their parts
a reasonable guess
testing process of a hypothesis
anatomy
the study of the structure of an organism and the relationshi…
physiology
the study of the functions of living organisms and their parts
7 terms
Anatomy - levels of structural organization in the human body
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
chemical level
cellular level
tissue level
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
molecules are organized into cells which are the basic struct…
cells are organized into tissues to perform a particular func…
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
chemical level
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
Anatomy - levels of structural organization in the human body
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
chemical level
cellular level
tissue level
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
molecules are organized into cells which are the basic struct…
cells are organized into tissues to perform a particular func…
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
chemical level
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
10 terms
anatomy (structure) study guide
diabetes
placenta
pineal body
thymus
pancreas unable to produce enough insulin (lack of sugar)
endocrine gland produced during pregnancy
3 hormones ... located on roof of third ventricle
active until puberty
diabetes
pancreas unable to produce enough insulin (lack of sugar)
placenta
endocrine gland produced during pregnancy
Anatomy Quiz 1- ll Structures of the Human Body
Reproductive System
Urinary System
nervous system
respiratory system
-ovaries, uterus, falopian tubes (female)... -testes, scrotum, p…
-Kidneys, Ureters, Urethra... -Filters the blood... -removes liquid…
-brain, spinal cord, nerves... -controls the body... -allows you to…
-mouth, pharynx, trachea, lungs, alveoli... -brings in oxygen... -r…
Reproductive System
-ovaries, uterus, falopian tubes (female)... -testes, scrotum, p…
Urinary System
-Kidneys, Ureters, Urethra... -Filters the blood... -removes liquid…
Anatomy - Structure of Body "Terms" - Week 1
Frons
Oculus
Auris
Bucca
Forehead (frontal)
Eye (orbital or ocular)
Ear (otic)
Cheek (buccal)
Frons
Forehead (frontal)
Oculus
Eye (orbital or ocular)
Anatomy Lecture: levels of structural organization in the body
First level of structural organization
Second level of structural organization
Third level of structural organization
What are the four tissue types
Chemical level: atoms organized into molecules
Cellular level: smallest living unit, contains organelles wit…
Tissue level: similar cells group to form functions
Epithelial, connective, muscle, nervous
First level of structural organization
Chemical level: atoms organized into molecules
Second level of structural organization
Cellular level: smallest living unit, contains organelles wit…
26 terms
Anatomy Quiz Study Guide: The Body
Mandible (also known as _________)
Cranium
Clavicle
Scapula
-Jaw bone (its the only moveable bone in the skull)
-easily broken... -only takes 15 pounds to snap
Mandible (also known as _________)
-Jaw bone (its the only moveable bone in the skull)
Cranium
75 terms
Anatomy & Physiology - Introduction & Structural Organization of the Body
CDC
Who develop ICD-10-CM
What is the diagnosis classification s…
Which system uses 3-7 alpha-numeric ch…
Center for Disease Control & Prevention
Center for Disease Control & Prevention
ICD-10-CM
ICD-10-CM
CDC
Center for Disease Control & Prevention
Who develop ICD-10-CM
Center for Disease Control & Prevention
5 terms
Introduction of Anatomy:Structural Levels of Organization of the Body
Chemical Level
Cellular Level
Cell
Tissues
smallest level; nonliving
smallest living level
the basic structural units of the body
groups of similar cells that act together to preform a function
Chemical Level
smallest level; nonliving
Cellular Level
smallest living level
Body Systems Study Chart Structures
Heart, blood vessels, blood
Mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach, liv…
Hypothalamus, pituitary, pancreas, thy…
Kidneys, urinary bladder, ureters, ure…
Circulatory/Cardiovascular
Digestive
Endocrine
Excretory
Heart, blood vessels, blood
Circulatory/Cardiovascular
Mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach, liv…
Digestive
MA 70 Body Structure Study
ab-
ad-
endo-
epi-
away from
toward
within
on, upon, over
ab-
away from
ad-
toward
Medical Terminology: The Body's Structure- Anatomy
Anatomical Position
Body Planes
Sagittal Plane
Midsagittal Plane
Eyes facing forward, standing, arms and legs are straight and…
Imaginary flat surfaces that cut through the body at various…
Front to back, dividing the body into UNEQUAL left and right…
Median or midline plane, front to back, dividing the body int…
Anatomical Position
Eyes facing forward, standing, arms and legs are straight and…
Body Planes
Imaginary flat surfaces that cut through the body at various…
29 terms
anatomy body regions study
abdominal
antecubital
axillary
brachial
stomach
elbow
armpit
upper arm
abdominal
stomach
antecubital
elbow
Anatomy - levels of structural organization in the human body
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
chemical level
cellular level
tissue level
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
molecules are organized into cells which are the basic struct…
cells are organized into tissues to perform a particular func…
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
chemical level
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
Anatomy - levels of structural organization in the human body
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
chemical level
cellular level
tissue level
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
molecules are organized into cells which are the basic struct…
cells are organized into tissues to perform a particular func…
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
chemical level
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
Body Systems Study Chart Structures
Heart, blood vessels, blood
Mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach, liv…
Hypothalamus, pituitary, pancreas, thy…
Kidneys, urinary bladder, ureters, ure…
Circulatory/Cardiovascular
Digestive
Endocrine
Excretory
Heart, blood vessels, blood
Circulatory/Cardiovascular
Mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach, liv…
Digestive
7 terms
Anatomy - levels of structural organization in the human body
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
chemical level
cellular level
tissue level
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
molecules are organized into cells which are the basic struct…
cells are organized into tissues to perform a particular func…
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
chemical level
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
Anatomy - levels of structural organization in the human body
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
chemical level
cellular level
tissue level
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
molecules are organized into cells which are the basic struct…
cells are organized into tissues to perform a particular func…
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
chemical level
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
Anatomy - levels of structural organization in the human body
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
chemical level
cellular level
tissue level
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
molecules are organized into cells which are the basic struct…
cells are organized into tissues to perform a particular func…
name the 6 levels of structural organi…
1. chemical level; 2. cellular level; 3. tissue level; 4. org…
chemical level
includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
Human Anatomy body structure, planes, and parts
superior
inferior
proximal
distal
superior
inferior
20 terms
body structure study guide 1
cephal/o
proxim/o
gastr/o
spin/o
head
near, nearest
stomach
spine
cephal/o
head
proxim/o
near, nearest
20 terms
Study guide #3 body structure
Medi/o
Limb/o
Thorac/o
Umbilic/o
Middle
Loins (lower back)
Chest
Umbilicus, navel
Medi/o
Middle
Limb/o
Loins (lower back)
Anatomy Study Terms- Bones of the Body
Frontal Bone
Parietal Bone
Temporal Bone
Zygomatic Bone
...
...
...
...
Frontal Bone
...
Parietal Bone
...
Anatomy Study Terms- Muscles of the Body
Convergent Fascicle Arrangement
Parallel Fascicle Arrangement
Unipennate Fascicle Arrangement
Bipennate Fascicle Arrangement
A type of fascicle arrangement in which the origin of the mus…
A type of fascicle arrangement in which the fascicles run alo…
A type of Pennate fascicle arrangement in which the fascicles…
A type of Pennate fascicle arrangement in which the fascicles…
Convergent Fascicle Arrangement
A type of fascicle arrangement in which the origin of the mus…
Parallel Fascicle Arrangement
A type of fascicle arrangement in which the fascicles run alo…
6 terms
Anatomy - Levels of structural organization in the human body
Chemical level
Cellular level
Tissue level
Organ level
Includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
Molecules are organized into cells which are the basic struct…
Cells are organized into tissues to perform a particular func…
Structures that are composed of 2 or more different types of…
Chemical level
Includes atoms organized into molecules... (example: DNA, glucose)
Cellular level
Molecules are organized into cells which are the basic struct…
12 terms
Anatomy Body Systems & levels of Structural Organization
Levels of organization molecular to or…
Integumentary System
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Atoms>Molecules>Cells>Tissues>Organs>Organisms
Forms external body covering, Protects deeper tissue from inj…
Protects/Supports body organs, Provides muscle attachments fo…
Allows locomotion, Maintains posture, produces heat
Levels of organization molecular to or…
Atoms>Molecules>Cells>Tissues>Organs>Organisms
Integumentary System
Forms external body covering, Protects deeper tissue from inj…
Anatomy Relationships of Body Structures to Each Other
Toes are distal to the ankle
Scalp is superficial to the skull
Diaphragm is inferior to the lungs
Heart is superior to the diaphragm
Toes to ankle.
Scalp to skull.
Diaphragm to lungs.
Heart to diaphragm.
Toes are distal to the ankle
Toes to ankle.
Scalp is superficial to the skull
Scalp to skull.
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