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1 As a group, quietly answer the following questions - whisper. You will get 30 to 60 seconds per question. As a group you will need ONE piece of paper and a PENCIL. The group with the most right answers will earn extra credit.

2 #1 Define anatomy

3 #2 Define Physiology

4 #3 List the 6 levels of organization of the human body from LARGEST to smallest

5 #4 Define 2 of the 6 levels of organization of the human body (your choice).

6 #5 ID the following body systems & the 1 that is missing. A B CD E FGHI J

7 #6 List the 6 important life processes of humans

8 #7 Fill in the blank: ____________ ensures that the body’s internal environment remains steady despite changes inside & outside the body.

9 #8 What is (are) the difference(s) between growth and reproduction?

10 #9 What 3 basic components make up a feedback system?

11 #10 Decide if the following are examples of positive or negative feedback: _____ Situation A: Rapid growth during puberty causes the release of more growth hormones. _____ Situation B: As a person gets dehydrated, their blood becomes thicker and harder to pump. As this happens, the kidneys stop producing urine and the water from urine is redirected for use in the blood. _____ Situation C: As a person’s blood sugar lowers, the pancreas releases a chemical called glucagon to return the blood sugar back to normal. _____ Situation D: When tissue is injured, they release chemicals to activate platelets to stop bleeding. Platelets then release more chemicals to activate eve more platelets to help stop bleeding.

12 #11 Loss of bone mass, decreased muscle mass, and an increased incidence of heart disease are all examples of what?

13 #12 Imagine you have the flu (eww), what signs and symptoms do you have?

14 #13 What is the correct anatomical position used when describing the human body? Be specific

15 #14 Label the body with the correct anatomical terms (not the common terms). A B C D E F

16 Using your knowledge of directional terms, fill in the blanks: A: The liver is __________ to the stomach. B: The urinary bladder is __________ to the transverse colon. C: The ulna is __________ to the phalanges D: The trachea is __________ to the left lung. #15

17 #16 Label the following pictures with the correct body plane.

18 #17 Label the body cavities

19 #18 What 3 body cavities belong in the blue space below?

20 Time to Correct! Exchange your papers with another group. As a class we will correct the answers - You will need a PEN. Group must get ALL parts of the question right to get credit (for most questions). If answer is wrong, write in the right one. Please only make a mark next to a question if it is wrong, i.e. no stars/happy faces.

21 #1 Define anatomy The science of structure and the relationships among those structures. Extra little tidbit: ana = up and tomy = a cutting

22 #2 Define Physiology The science of body functions and how the body parts work individually and or together. Extra little tidbit: physio = nature and logy = study of

23 #3 List the 6 levels of organization of the human body from LARGEST to smallest Organismal  Systems  Organ  Tissues  Cellular  Chemical

24 #4 Define 2 of the 6 levels of organization of the human body (your choice). Organismal: All systems of the body combined System: Consists of related organs that have a common function. Organ: Defined shape, made of 2 or more diff types of tissues, have specific functions. Tissues: Groups of cells that work together to perform a function. Cellular: Basic structural & functional units of organisms (smallest). Chemical: Includes atoms, the smallest units of matter that participate in chemical reactions.

25 #5 ID the following body systems & the 1 that is missing. AC D E FGHI J MuscularCardiovascular Nervous Lymphatic & Immune Respiratory Skeletal EndocrineDigestiveReproductiveUrinary Missing = Integumentary

26 #6 List the 6 important life processes of humans 1.Metabolism 2.Responsiveness 3.Movement 4.Growth 5.Differentiation 6.Reproduction

27 #7 Fill in the blank: __________ ensures that the body’s internal environment remains steady despite changes inside & outside the body. Homeostasis

28 #8 What is (are) the difference(s) between growth and reproduction? Growth INCREASE in the size of existing cells INCREASE in # of cells INCREASE in material around cells. Reproduction Formation of NEW cells for growth, replacement or repair The creation of a NEW individual.

29 #9 What 3 basic components make up a feedback system? Receptor  Control Center  Effector

30 #10 Decide if the following are examples of positive or negative feedback: Positive Situation A: Rapid growth during puberty causes the release of more growth hormones. Negative Situation B: As a person gets dehydrated, their blood becomes thicker and harder to pump. As this happens, the kidneys stop producing urine and the water from urine is redirected for use in the blood. Negative Situation C: As a person’s blood sugar lowers, the pancreas releases a chemical called glucagon to return the blood sugar back to normal. Positive Situation D: When tissue is injured, they release chemicals to activate platelets to stop bleeding. Platelets then release more chemicals to activate eve more platelets to help stop bleeding.

31 #11 Loss of bone mass, decreased muscle mass, and an increased incidence of heart disease are all examples of what? Aging

32 #12 Imagine you have the flu (eww), what signs and symptoms do you have? Symptoms (what you cannot see) Nausea Headache Body Ache Fatigue Signs (what you can see/observe/measure) Vomiting Headache Diarrhea Fever

33 #13 What is the correct anatomical position used when describing the human body? Be specific Standing erect (straight) Facing the observer Head level Eyes facing forward Feet flat on floor & directed forward Arms at sides with palms turned forward

34 #14 Label the body with the correct anatomical terms (not the common terms). A B C D E F Cephalic Mental Inguinal Crural Sural Sacral

35 Using your knowledge of directional terms, fill in the blanks : A: The liver is ANTERIOR to the stomach. B: The urinary bladder is INFERIOR to the transverse colon. C: The ulna is PROXIMAL to the phalanges D: The trachea is MEDIAL to the left lung. #15

36 #16 Label the following pictures with the correct body plane. MIDSAGITTAL planeFRONTAL planeTRANSVERSE plane

37 #17 Label the body cavities CRANIAL CAVITY VERTEBRAL CANAL THORACIC CAVITY DIAPHRAGM ABDOMINAL CAVITY PELVIC CAVITY

38 #18 What 3 body cavities belong in the blue space below? PERICARDIAL CAVITY PLEURAL CAVITY MEDIASTINUM

39 Now What? Add up all the correct answers and put that number over the total number of questions (out of 18). Return paper back to group then turn in paper to me.


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