SECTION A –
ANALYSIS OF MOVEMENT
CHAPTER 3 - ANALYSIS OF MOVEMENT
Introductory anatomy of the skeletal and
A general overview of the skeletal system is meant to be
used as an introduction, but will not be directly examined.
Your main focus f
The Body in Motion
Anatomy & Physiology
How do anatomical structures influence the way the body moves?
Levels of structural organization in the human body
The Body Systems
• Skeletal, Muscular, Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Nervous, Digestive, Endocrine, Lymphatic/immune,
Better health for individuals – Core 1
WHO defines health as: ‘a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity ’
They’re 5 key dimensions of health
* Physical – is how well the body functions and the absence of disease. Our
Quarter 4 Biology Exam Study Guide
Chapter 1: Endocrine System
Chapter 2: Circulatory System
Chapter 3: Digestive System
Chapter 4: Respiratory System
Chapter 5: Urinary System
Chapter 6: Nervous System
Chapter 7: Immune System
Chapter 1: Endocrine System
* 17. Hormones
Chapter 1 An Introduction to the Human Body
Anatomy – science of body structures and relationships among structures
Physiology – science of body functions
SIX LEVELS OF BODY ORGANIZATION (Given in order smallest to largest)
a. atoms – smallest unit of matter that part
1. The two major organs that remove chemical waste are the skin and the
a. anus c. kidneys b. eyes d. nose
2. What layer of the skin prevents evaporation of body fluids?
a. dermis c. sebaceous b. epidermis d. subcutaneous
3. Which gland helps the body excrete waste and control body temperatu
The Main Body Systems
The Respiratory System
The respiratory system is one of the bodies most important systems, the main goal of the respiratory system is to provide gas exchange so the inhaling of oxygen and the exhaling of carbon dioxide. In the health and social care setting the words “res
Cerebrovascular accident/Stroke/Brain Attack is an acute focal neurologic deficit from a vascular disorder that injures the brain tissue. Onset and persistence of neurologic dysfunction
The Skeletal System: Bones and Joints
* A born baby has about 276 bones while an adult has 206 bones, this is because as you grow some bones join together in a single bone.
* Bones are 20% of your weight.
* The Skeletal System consist of:
The body in motion
How do musculoskeletal and cardiorespiratory systems influence and respond to movement?
Anterior: Toward or on the front of the body: in front of
The pectorals are on the anterior aspect of the body
Posterior: Towards or on the back of th
The Effects of Exercise on the Body
Short-term effects on the cardiovascular system
The heart has an anticipatory response to exercise where your body raises your heart rate slightly in preparation for exercise, this would help as then your muscles are already getting more oxygen than...