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ANATOMY CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM TEST REVIEW LeGrotte 2014 1. Which wall of the heart is thickest and why? The myocardium (cardiac muscle), is the thickest section of the heart wall and contains cardiomyocytes, the contractile cell of the heart. 2. What part of the heart is the pacemaker and why? The SA Node is located in the right atrium of the heart. It is made up of a group of cells (myocytes) positioned on the wall of the right atrium, at the center of the heart and near the entrance of...

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Anatomy Ch 1

Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 1 Quiz Study Guide Chapter 1 – Intro to Human Anatomy & Physiology What is anatomy? Means “to cut open” or “to dissect” Deals with structure and organization of body parts 2 types of anatomy Microscopic Anatomy Macroscopic (Gross) Anatomy What is physiology? Study of the function of anatomical structures FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION Describe the relationship between form and function. Identify examples. Know the major structures & functions of the 11 body...

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BSC2085 Anatomy-Physiology 1 Exam 2 Study Guide, Chapters 5 & 6 There are only four primary tissue types found in adult organs; epithelial, connective, nervous, and muscular tissue. Epithelial tissue lines body cavities, covers the body surface, and forms the lining of many organs. Connective tissue serves in most cases to bind organs to each other. Nervous tissue and muscular tissue are considered excitable tissues because they are very sensitive to outside stimuli. A simple epithelium consists...

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Anatomy and Physicology Chapter 1

ANATOMY AND PHYSICOLOY CHAPTER 1 Introduction: * early students were mostly concerned with treating injuries and illnesses * healers relied on superstitions and magic * eventually the study of medicine with standarized terms in greek and latin began Anatomy and Physiology ANATOMY: structure -anatomists rely on observation and dissection PHYSIOLOGY: function -pysiologists rely on expermentation -more often to discover new information *function is based off of shape/shape...

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Functional Anatomy and Kinesiology Objectives

Functional Anatomy / Kinesiology Objectives Identify bone & muscle features for the major joints of the body Label bones, bony features, and muscles on a skeletal chart List the muscles that produce the p p primary movements y Identify/palpate these muscles on a human subject Analyze basic movements in terms of muscle actions Analyze what muscles are involved in basic exercises and movements Required Text: R.T. Floyd (2009) Syllabus on BB Please read! grading policies Course outline BB ...

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Anatomy Review

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 AnatomyAnatomy one area of the body at a time. Surface Anatomy (Topographical Anatomy) Anatomy from...

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Anatomy and Physiology of Love

My Anatomy and Physiology of Love I am on a deep REM sleep And I dreamt of you my precious that I keep I was in the lab and I am dissecting something What?! Me myself? It’s me I’m killing??! No, my dear it isn’t I am just diagnosing myself About my feelings for my conscious health This heart of mine beating lub dub for you Hoping you’ll hear it by your auditory nerves too. When I first saw you my optic nerves were cursed By your.. orbicularis oculi and oris With your personality...

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Anatomy and Physiology

Boatfield Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology SC121 Instructor: Eric D. Steelman, DHSc(c), MPH, MS, RLATG A course assignment presented to Kaplan University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the SC121 curriculum September 4, 2014 Anatomy and Physiology are studied together but differ in many ways but go hand in hand in studying the human body. Anatomy is the study of the relationships of the body structures. Anatomy was first studied by dissections...

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Anatomy Final Exam Fall Review Sheet

Anatomy and Physiology Fall Final Exam Review Sheet CHAPTER 1 1. Define Anatomy and Physiology 2. What are the levels of organization 3. Define homeostasis 4. Explain homeostatic regulation 5. What is the difference in negative and positive feedback loop – know examples of each Be able to explain the homeostatic regulation of body temperature 6. Anatomical position – supine / prone 7. Anatomical landmarks Cephalon frontal Otic Nasal Oris or oral ...

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Overview of Anatomy

An Overview of Anatomy LabPaq #1 SCIE- 335- DIS-SET01 An Overview of Anatomy Purpose: The purpose of this lab and exercise is to explain the meaning of the anatomical position, why it used and to describe the body regions. Safety concerns that need to be addressed are the use of a kitchen knife when cutting potatoes. When using the kitchen knife the area needs to be secure, no distractions should be near, safety goggles and gloves should...

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