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IntroChpt1

Anatomy & Physiology Chptr 1

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What is anatomy Study of internal & external structures of the body and their relationships
What is systemic study of structures with the same function
The study of the functions of the various parts of the body Answers the Why and How
What is constant internal steadiness, or state of balance to maintain a living body Homeostatis
What is the sequence of events resulting in maintenance of homeostasis Feedback Loop
What is the receptor component of the feed back loop Detection of Change
What component of the feed back loop is responsible for sending input to the control center Receptors
what receives information from receptor control center
the brain or control center sends out messages to effector
the effectors receive data from the brain aka control center
what is responsible for monitoring the controlled condition receptor
what intensifies or nullifies the stimulus effectors
this system reinforces or strengthens response positive feedback loop
what detects change and sends input into the control center receptors
the brain receives an impulse and reinforces it by sending effectors
the integumentary system is made up of what skin, sweat glands, nails and hair...
what is the skeletal system comprises the bone, bone marrow and joints of the body
what is the function of the integumentary system protection, temperature control, vitamin D production and waste products
basic functions of the skeletal system support, movement in various parts , muscle attachment,mineral storage also manufactures blood cells.
muscular system includes skeletal, cardiac and smooth muscle tissue
the basic functions of the muscular system movement, heat production, body temperature maintenance
the respiratory system does what works closely with the cardiovascular system
the respiratory system includes nose, nasal cavities and pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchial tubes, lungs
what is responsible for bringing oxygen to an area where air to blood exchange can happen respiratory system
the respiratory system allows carbon dioxide to be released into the air
a lack of oxygen means YOU WELL TURN BLUE
what has both a positive and negative charge an ion
what is DNA made of genes
what is DNA the genetic code
what is a cell smallest or basic functional unit of the body
-cyto is short for cell
cytoplasm is materials enclosed in a cell
what is ATP primary energy molecule of the human body
what is the epithelial tissue it is the covering surface exposed to internal and external environment
what is responsible for forming glands epithelial tissue
what is the most abundant tissue in the body connective tissue
what movement reduces the angle between articulating bones flextion
what are the five cardinal signs of inflammation redness, swelling, heat, pain, decreased range of motion(ROM)
what is a contraindication don't touch at all around infected area
what is a local contraindication don't touch the spot you can touch the rest of the body
skin is an example of what epithelial tissue
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