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Warm Up #1 Reefer to your policies man 1. What is ‘the man’s’ bummer late policy? 2. What are the rules for making up work? 3. How can one, theoretically be held down from doing a lab? 4.What are some general classroom rules?
Warm Up # 2 1.What is anatomy and what is physiology? 2.What are the organic molecules in the human body?
Warm Up # 3 1.What are some inorganic molecules? What do they do? 2.Why is water so important to the human body? 3. What are the 2 types of proteins?
Warm Up # 4 1.What are the elements that make up the human body (most of it) ? 2.Draw and label a pH scale 3.What are the subatomic particles in an atom? 4.List 3 cell organelles and their function.
Warm Up # 6 1.What is the FDA and what are their responsibilities? 2.What do they NOT do? 3.What are some ‘issues’ with in today’s drug market process?
Warm Up #7 1. List the parts and function of the Integumentary System. 2. What system is represented to the right - what does it do? 3. Which system is responsible for the body’s metabolism? 4. Which system is responsible for homeostasis?
Warm Up #8 1.What is Homeostasis? 2.Put these in order: Tissue, Organism, Organ, Cell, Atoms, Organ Systems, Organic Molecules. (small to BIG) 3.Which 2 systems is the testicle part of?
Warm Up #9 1. List the opposite of the following: Lateral, Deep, Distal 2. Match these into 2 categories: Posterior, Front of body, dorsal, Back of body. Anterior, ventral. 3.What are some basic survival needs for living things?
Computer Activity Purpose of this Activity is to learn the Anatomical Terminology of the Body There are 16 computers, so there will be 16 groups, (sigh) yes you may pick your groups.There are 16 computers, so there will be 16 groups, (sigh) yes you may pick your groups. You will use the “Body Diagrams” provided and using the Computer Activity – fill in the regions on your B.D. paper. At the end of the Comp Act, -try taking the “Fill in Test” as a group with out using your notes. anatomical terminology: body regions online.com/objects/index_tj.asp?objID=AP15405 Google: anatomical terminology: body regions (it should be the 1 st one) online.com/objects/index_tj.asp?objID=AP15405
Warm Up #10 1. Where is the occipital region located? 2. The ___is lateral to the Chest? 3. Explain how negative feedback works? 4. The following words are “Prefix-Stemy-words or terms” - figure em out! –Hypo-, Epi-, Chondriac Gatstric, iliac, lumbar, umbilical