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1 Flashcard Warm-up Anatomy Vs. Physiology Anatomy is the structures Physiology is the function of the structures Structure determines function Histology Histology Study of tissues Study of tissues Cells working together make up tissues Cells working together make up tissues

2 Flashcard Warm-up Metabolism All chemical reactions in the body; ex. Building substances, breaking down substances Levels of Organization Atoms  molecules  cells  tissues  Organ  organ systems  Organism

3 Flashcard Warm-up Necessary Life Functions: Use your notes and write down what we learned Friday Survival needs: Use your notes and write down what we learned Friday

4 Flashcard Warm-up Negative Feedback Mechanism. Reverses input. Type of homeostasis feedback that responds to bring levels (whether too high or too low) back to normal. Ex. Blood sugar levels, body temperature, blood pressure Positive Feedback Mechanism Reinforces the input. Homeostasis feedback that increases the original stimulus. Ex. Blood clotting, labor contractions

5 Flashcard Warm-up 3 Body Planes Use your notes and list the 3 body planes from yesterdays notes. Write a brief description for each Abdominal Regions

6 Flashcard Warm-up Dorsal Body Cavities Use your notes to identify the dorsal body cavities Ventral Body Cavities Ventral Body Cavities Use your notes to identify the ventral body cavities Use your notes to identify the ventral body cavities

7 Flashcard Warm-up Synthesis vs. Decomposition reactions Synthesis reactions- take smaller molecules and combine them to create larger ones. Ex. Amino acids bond to form proteins Decomposition reactions- break larger molecules into smaller components Structure of an Atom Use your book, pg. 25 to draw and label the structure of an atom. Make sure to identify subatomic particles and their charges (protons, neutrons, electrons)

8 Flashcard Warm-up Buffer Use your notes to explain what a buffer is, and why they are important in our body

9 Flashcard Warm-up Use chapter 2 in your book Organic Molecules – Structure and function Carbohydrates- Proteins- Lipids- Nucleic Acids-

10 Flashcard Warm-up Histology Use your book to define Cell structure Use your book to list cell organelles and write a one or two word function for each Ex. Mitochondria- energy (respiration)

11 Flashcard Warm-up 4 Tissue types found in the body Use your book to write the four tissues and their function—chapter 3

12 Flashcard Warm-up Q of day: Is it possible for your vision to improve? Characteristics of Epithelial Tissue Use your notes! Also include examples of epithelial tissue. Characteristics of Connective Tissue Use your notes!

13 Flashcard Warm-up Watch the video clip about Tissue healing and takes notes about the details of process of wound healing. Tissue Healing Notes on back of card

14 Flashcard Warm-up Two types of tissue repair: Use your notes and write down the two types and types of cells that replace damaged ones Tissue Regerneration Use your notes to write down how well each tissue types heal

15 Flashcard Warm-up Two types of tissue repair: Use your notes and write down the two types and types of cells that replace damaged ones Tissue Regeneration Use your notes to write down how well each tissue types heal

16 Flashcard Warm-up Epithelial and Connective Tissue Membranes of the body Use notes to write their names, structures and functions Serous Membrane Structure Made of two layers, the visceral layer is the layer in contact with the organ, the parietal layer is in contact with the cavity wall. Serous fluid is separates the two layers of the membrane.

17 Flashcard Warm-up Structure and function of the EPIDERMIS Use your notes to describe cell types, tissue type, function of the epidermis and the five layers from top to bottom

18 Flashcard Warm-up Dermal Skin Layer Structures and Functions Use your notes to describe this layer of the skin including the structures and their functions Eccrine vs. Apocrine Glands Use your notes to explain their location, secretion, functions

19 Flashcard Warm-up Functions of the Integumentary System Use the notes from yesterday to explain the functions of the skin (you should have 7) Changes in the Skin from Birth to old age Use the notes from yesterday to describe how the skin changes from birth through adolescence to old age.

20 Flashcard Warm-up Types of Burns Characteristics Of each type of burn Skin Cancer Three types and characteristics of each type ABCD rule

21 Flashcard Warm-up Hematopoiesis Define and explain where this takes place in the skeletal system Chemical Composition of Bone Use your notes to explain the inorganic and organic components of bone and their function

22 Flashcard Warm-up Osteon Define Microscopic Bone Anatomy (Draw and label the structures indicated)

23 Flashcard Warm-up Two Types of Bone Osteogenesis List and describe the two types of osteogenesis discussed in yesterday’s notes Epiphyseal plates vs. epiphyseal lines What are they, what are they made of, during what developmental stage of life

24 Flashcard Warm-up Bone Remodeling Three factors that affect bone remodeling are ____, _____ _____, and _____. Steps in the process are: (refer to your bone remodeling and briefly explain what is happening in each step of the process)

25 Flashcard Warm-up Steps in Bone Repair Use your notes to write down the steps in the healing of a bone that has been fractured or broken

26 Flashcard Warm-up Bone markings Define and make a list of examples— (tuberoscity, foramen, etc.)

27 Flashcard Warm-up Bone markings of the temporal bone Use your notes to write down the many markings found on the temporal bone alone (there are 6) Facial bones Use your notes to list the facial bones (fourteen bones but 12 of these are paired)

28 Flashcard Warm-up Humerus Draw and label the bone markings on the humerus Radius and Ulna Draw and label the bone markings on the radius and ulna

29 Flashcard Warm-up BONE MARKING EXAMPLES (write down the bone marking and indicate the bone it is found on) Coronoid processAcetabulum Corocoid processSpinous process Ischial tuberosityAcromion Greater tubercleManubrium Zygomatic processMastoid process

30 Flashcard Warm-up Bone Marking Examples ( write the marking and identify the bone the marking is found on) Medial malleolus Greater trochanter Corocoid process Olecranon process Turk’s saddle Lateral malleolus Coronoid Fossa Obturator formamen

31 Flashcard Warm-up Structural and Functional classification of Skeletal Joints Use your notes to write down the three structural and functional classification 6 Types of Synovial Joints Use your notes to write down the 6 types of synovial joints and one example for each

32 Flashcard Warm-up Three Types of Muscle Tissue (Use your book to describe each type and their location) Skeletal- Cardiac- Smooth Four functions of Muscles

33 Flashcard Warm-up Sarcomere-- The contracting unit of muscles found within muscle fibers and contain myofilaments (actin- thin, myosin- thick)


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