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General A&P Chapter 1

Anatomy study of structure
Gross Anatomy study of large structures visible to naked eye
Radiographic Anatomy Study of internal images by means of X-ray
Microscopic Anatomy study of structures to small to be seen by naked eye
Regional Anatomy Studies anatomy by region
Systematic Anatomy studies anatomy by system
Physiology study of function
Renal Physiology studies urine production and kidney function
Cardiac Physiology Studies Function Of Heart
Neurological Physiology Studies Function of Nervous System
Law Of Complementarity Structure and Function go together
Exp.Muscle of Heart Contraction
Exp. Valves of Heart Controls Blood Flow
Exp. Chambers of Heart Hold Blood
Exp. Smooth Lining Of Heart Promotes Blood Flow
Cells Basic Unit Of Life
Tissues cells of same kind do same thing
Organs Structures of 2 or more tissues
Organ Systems units of 2 or more organs
Organism any living thing
Homesostasis State of Dynamic Equillibrium
Homesostasis Neccessary for Health and Fighting Disease
Negative Feedback Reduce Stimulus In Opposite Direction
Negative Feedback Mechanisms Maintains Body Homeostasis
Negative Feedback Mechanisms 95% of Bodys Mechanisms
Variable Factor Being Regulated
Recpetor Sensor
Control Center Determines Response
Effector Response
Positive Feedback Intensifies Original Stimulus
Positive Feedback Examples Examples are Blood Clotting and Labor Contractions
Created by: schell912