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A&P 1

Chapter 1 Study Guide

Studying structural changes from conception to adulthood is called: Developmental Anatomy
Embryology is the study of changes from conception to the end of the 8th week of development
The study of cellular structure is called cytology
A histologist studies the anatomical structure of : tissues
Gross anatomy refers to the study of structures that can be examined without the aid of a microscope.
Studying all structures contained in the arm is regional anatomy
The study of the eternal form of the body and its relation to deeper structures: Surface Anatomy
Studying one body system at a time: Systematic Anatomy
Creating pictures of internal body structures Anatomical imaging
A cell physiologist studies: the process occurring in cells
Studying of how the mouth, esophagus, stomach, and intestines function together to digest food would be an example of Systematic Physiology
Basic Components are atoms which combine to form molecules
The basic components are joined together to form
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