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Essentials Of A&P

Essentials Of A&P Chap. 1

Anatomy Part of the body
Physiology Study of how the body works
Homeostasis maintaining the body at the normal tempter
Relationship between Anatomy and Physiology Structure determines what functions can take place.
How many bone in a human body 206
The 6 Levels of structural organization 1. Chemical 2. Cells 3. Tissue 4. Organs 5. Organ systems 6. (Organismal)l Complete human
MURDER INC SL Muscular Urinary Respiratory Digestive Endocrine Reproductive Integumentary Nervous Cardiovascular Skeletal Lymphatic
Negative Feedback Move your body in a way that keeps it stable, if it is hot move it away
Positive Feedback When your body does something because it has to contrive - Giving birth - Blood clotting
Frontal Split front and back in Anatomical position with palms facing forward
Midsagittal someone cut (up and down) and separates the right from left.
Transverse cut Cross in Horizontal to superior and inferior parts
Body Cavities Cranial Cavity, Thoracic cavity, Spinal Cavity, Abdominal cavity and Pelvic Cavity
Axillary Armpit
Brachial Arm
Carpal wrist
Coxal Hip
Digital Toes
Frontal Forehead
Patellar Anterior knee
Tarsal Ankle Region
Cephalic head
Glureal buttock
Lumbar Area of back between ribs and hips
Superior toward the head end or upper part
Inferior away from the head end or towered the lower part
Ventral Toward or at the front of the body
Dorsal Toward or at the backside of the body
Proximal Close to the origin of the body parts
Distal Farther from the organ of a body part
9 Regions R Hypochondriac, Epigastric, L Hypochondriac, R Lumbar, Umbilical, L Lumbar, R iliac, Hypogastric, L Iliac
Muscular system allows for movement, Stabilize the Skeletal
Integumentary System (skin) protects your body from disease
Skeletal System bone allows support and protection for the body
Nervous system controls movement
Endocrine system Controls the Hormones
Cardiovascular System Blood flow
Lymphatic system Filler the poison
Respiratory System brings oxygen into your body
Digestive System brings oxygen into your body
Urinary System Moves fluids out of the body
Reproductive allows for reproduction of the cell
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