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SBGR Introduction

SBGR ALH 155 Introduction (2012 LS)

Homeostasis A relatively constant internal environment
Gross anatomy Examining relatively large structures and features usually visible with the unaided eye
Physiology Study of how living organisms function
Supine Face up
Prone Face down
Viscera Internal organs that are partially or completely enclosed by body cavities
Isotopes Atoms whose nuclei contain the same number of protons but different numbers of neutrons
Atomic weight The actual mass of an atom
Compound A chemical substance made up of atoms of two or more different elements
Ionic bonds Chemical bonds created by the electrical attraction between cations and anions
Energy Capacity to perform work
Kinetic energy Energy of motion
Potential energy Stored energy
Catalysts Compounds that accelerate chemical reactions without themselves being permanently changed or consumed
Permeability The property of the plasma membrane that determines precisely which substances can enter or leave the cytoplasm
Neurons Nerve cells
Connexons Interlocking junctional proteins
Endocrine glands Release their secretions into the interstitial fluid and plasma
Adipose tissue Fat
Chondrocyte Cartilage cells
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