sections (planes, cuts), and describe how each would be accomplished.
11. Designate the five major human body cavities and name the organs within each on a human diagram.
CHAPTER 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
12. Describe the anatomical importance of...
WEEK 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
1. Define the terms anatomy and physiology, and explain their relationship using an example of a human structure with its corresponding function. Anatomy is the structure and shape of the body and the parts of the body. Physiology is the...
Gaseous exchange between outer atmosphere & internal tissues (1 score)
Chapter : 6 Anatomy of flowering plants
Question Text :
(a) (b) (c)
Identify the above given diagrams A, B & C Write the main differences between B & C Among these, which is seen in all kinds of plants (Total score : 3...
1600s was made possible by advances in microscopy. This theory is one of the foundations of biology. The theory says that new cells are formed from other existing cells and the cell is a fundamental unit of structure, function and organization in all living organisms.
Kahle, W., Leonhard, H. & Platzer, W. (1993). Color Atlas and Textbook of Human Anatomy: InternalOrgans. (4th ed.). New York: Thieme.
Leonard, R.J. (1995). Human Gross Anatomy: An Outline Text. New York: Oxford University Press.
Lewis, W. (2000). Anatomy of the Human Body. (12th ed.). New...
a protective organ. The film of sebum and sweat on the surface of the skin (acid mantle). It acts as an anti-bacterial agent to help prevent the multiplication of micro-organisms on the skin.
• The fat cells in the subcutaneous layer of the skin help to protect bones and major organs form injury...
make up its structure and function. Often these reactions are confined to specific regions within a cell, known as organelles. These are made of molecules organized into special functional units. |
| Chemical > Cellular > Tissue > Organ > System > Organism
confirm the Theory of Evolution.
Fossil evidence indicates that over time organisms of increasing complexity appeared on the earth
Fossils indicate evolution occurred as they indicate variations in bone structures of related animal species, and in plant forms and structures.
5) a) Using diagrams...
– study of structures in an organ system
Cytology – study of cells Histology – study of tissues
Study of structural changes in the body throughout life Embryology – focuses on changes before birth
Focuses on operation of...
7. Draw a cell with the cellular structureslabeled A- F below.
8. State the life functions, the functional tissues, one organ and system with the same function, and the organism associated with each of the organelles below.
|Organelle/cellstructure |Life function and...
undigested prey or internal parasites. Symbiotic relationship developed between endosymbiont and host cell. Many similarities between endosymbionts (chloroplasts and mitochondria) and prokaryotes.
Asexual: asexual reproductive structures, mitosis, haploid/diploid organism...
ANS: D DIF: B REF: p. 891 OBJ: 35.1.1
5. A group of similar cells that perform a single function is called a(an)
ANS: C DIF: B REF: p. 891 OBJ: 35.1.1
6. Which type of tissue lines your internalorgans?
iii. Mesoderm forms mesenteries to hold organs in place
1. Stable arrangement, less crowding
c. Protostome embryo development
d. Most possess either an internal or external shell
iv. Head – mouth...
axial and appendicular regions of the skeleton.
c. Explain the overall structure and functions of the following main regions of the human skeleton: axial (cranium, ribcage and vertebrae) and appendicular (girdles and limbs). You should use the names of few bones given below in these...
be absorbed into the blood stream easier.
The digestive system involves many of the body’s organs and structures, such as:
* The oral cavity (mouth); teeth, saliva, tongue
* The pharynx
* The oesophagus
* The stomach
* The small intestine
* The large intestine
WEEK 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
1. Define the terms anatomy and physiology, and explain their relationship using an example of a human structure with its corresponding function.
Anatomy is the study of the human body while physiology, is the study of how the body...
body tissues and thus organs. The animal cell, though, is pretty distinct from a plant cell due to the absence of cell walls and chloroplast. All the animal cells are not of the same shape, size or function but the main cellular mechanism is same which helps in proper functioning of the body. There are...
examine the relationships among parts of the body along with the structure of individual organs.
Introduction to Anatomy
The scientific discipline that studies the function of body structures. Structure and function cannot be completely separated. Form is...
the anatomy of dicot stem. 5. With the help of a diagram explain the anatomy of dicot leaf. 6. With the help of a diagram explain the anatomy of dicot root. 7. With the help of a diagram explain the anatomy of monocot stem. 8. With the help of a diagram explain the anatomy of monocot root. 9. Write an...
layers or masses that have common functions, thus making tissue. Groups of different tissues form organs (i.e. complex structures with specialized functions). Groups of organs that function closely together make up organ systems. Organ systems together make up an organism.