Anatomy Review

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ANATOMY REVIEW PART 1
Anatomy Human body structure.
Biology Study of all living things.
Botany Study of plant life.
Embryology Human anatomy before birth.
Gross Anatomy (Macroscopic Anatomy) Anatomy with naked eye. Histology (Microscopic Anatomy) Anatomy with microscope.
Morbid Anatomy (Pathological Anatomy) Anatomy affected be disease. Physiology Human body function.
Regional Anatomy Anatomy one area of the body at a time.
Surface Anatomy (Topographical Anatomy) Anatomy from the outside. Systematic Anatomy Anatomy one system at a time.
Zoology- Study of animal life.

List 10 Characteristics of Life or Living Things
1.Movement6.Digestion
2.Responsiveness7.Absorption
3.Growth8.Circulation
4.Reproduction9.Assimilation
5.Respiration10.Excretion

LEVELS OF ORGANIZATION OF THE BODY

Chemical Level (Parts all together) Atoms, molecules, protoplasm. Cell (1st level) Basic unit of structure and function in the human body. Tissue (2nd level) A group of similar cells arranged for the performance of a particular function. Organ (3rd level) A group of different tissues arranged for the performance of a particular function. System (4th level) A group of different organs arranged for the performance of a particular function. Organism (5th level) A group of different systems arranged to make-up the complete body.

ORGAN SYSTEMS OF THE HUMAN BODY

Circulatory System The heart, vessels, blood and lymph including Lymphatic System. Digestive System The alimentary canal.
Endocrine System The ductless glands.
Excretory System How we get rid of waste- in urinary system. Integumentary System The skin
Muscular System The muscles.
Nervous System The brain, spinal cord, and nerves.
Reproductive System The sex glands and structures.
Respiratory System The lungs, nose, and breathing.
Skeletal System The bones.
Urinary System The kidneys, bladder, and ducts or Excretory System. Anatomical Position Body stand erect...
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