135-Z1 & BIO 135-01
BASIC ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
INSTRUCTOR: Brenda Bennett, MS, MT ASCP) OFFICE: AS 107
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Natural and Social Sciences Department
Course Title: HumanAnatomy and Physiology 1
Schedule: Tuesdays: 5:40 - 8:10 PM Room 1129
Term: Spring 2011-2 (January 10 until April 24, 2012)
14: The Autonomic Nervous System
1. Define autonomic nervous system and explain its relationship to the peripheral nervous system.
2. Compare the somatic and autonomic nervous systems relative to effectors, efferent pathways, and neurotransmitters released.
Guided Independent Study 2012-13
Learning Outcomes ‘The language of Anatomy’
LO 1 Define anatomy and describe its subdivisions.
* Anatomy – study the structure and their relationship (page 2)
* Subdivision – gross anatomy, microscopic and development anatomy
* Gross anatomy...
2013 - 2014
ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY
College of Nursing and Health Studies
SCI 144: Human Body Systems II
Credit: 4 HoursPrerequisite: NoneLength of course: 10 weeksClass Time:Class location: | Instructor Name: Dr. Blase Romence Phone: 217-793-4144 ...
Course Outline (Undergraduate):
Course Title Systemic Physiology I
Course Code LFS201 Faculty of Science, Health and Education
Semester 1, 2011
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1 - The Human Body: An Orientation
Chapter 1 introduces and establishes the framework upon which all the other chapters are built. This chapter provides the necessary terminology so that instructor and students are all “speaking the same language.” Marieb begins by defining the key...
6: Bones and Skeletal Tissues
1. Describe the functional properties of the three types of cartilage tissue.
2. Locate the major cartilages of the adult skeleton.
3. Explain how cartilage grows.
Classification of Bones
4. Name the major regions of the skeleton...
3. Discuss the composition and functions of plasma.
4. Describe the structure, function, and production of erythrocytes.
5. Describe the chemical makeup of hemoglobin.
6. Give examples of disorders caused by abnormalities of erythrocytes. Explain what goes wrong in each...
BSC 2085C Anatomy & Physiology I
FCCJ North Campus
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Instructor: Alana Synhoff website: www.synhoff.com
Sat: 9:00am - 2:20 pm
Course Description: This course includes basic...
effects of electrolytes and nonelectrolytes.
4. Describe factors that determine fluid shifts in the body.
Water Balance and ECF Osmolality
5. List the routes by which water enters and leaves the body.
6. Describe feedback mechanisms that regulate water intake and hormonal controls of water...
three types of muscle found in humans, the skeletal, smooth and cardiac muscle. Each has different characteristics and functions that are needed to carry out the duties for the body to work properly since our muscles are accountable for all movement in the body.
The skeletal muscles are attached to bones...
Kieso Weygandt Warfield
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- The file contains solutions and questions to all chapters and all questions. All the files are carefully checked and accuracy is ensured.
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Organizational Behavior Author: Robbins Judge Edition: 15th ISBN-10: 0132834871 Type: Solutions Manual - The file contains solutions and questions to all chapters and all questions. All the files are carefully checked and accuracy is ensured. - The file is either in .doc, .pdf, excel, or zipped in the package...
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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
LIST OF REFERENCES
• MAIN REFERENCES – Shier, D., Butler, J., & Lewis, R. (2010). Hole’s HumanAnatomy &
Physiology. (12th ed.). New York: McGraw Hill. – Tortora, G.J., & Derrickson, B.H. (2009). Principles of Anatomy and Physiology. Volume 1. (12th ed.). England: John...
Anatomy and Physiology I is the first of a two-course sequence examining the terminology, structure, function, and interdependence of the human body systems. This course includes a study of the cells, chemistry, and tissues of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and...
Endocrine system is one of the major controlling systems in the body; it functions in conjunction with the nervous system to coordinate activities of the body’s cells and sustain homeostasis by the secretion of a chemical substance, called hormones (Marieb, 2009, p. 225). The nervous system uses fast...