Hofstra University Anatomy and Physiology I BIO 103 Lecture Outline Chapter 1 Introduction to the Hu

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Hofstra UniversityDr. Emanuel J. PepitoneHuman Anatomy and Physiology I: BIO 103Chapter 1 Lecture OutlineChapter 1: Introduction to the Human BodyLecture OutlineI.INTRODUCTIONA.The purpose of the chapter is to1.Introduce anatomy and physiology as specific disciplines.2.Consider how living things are organized.3.Reveal shared properties of all living things.B.Homeostasis is the major theme in every chapter of the book.II.ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY DEFINEDA.Through a study ofanatomyand its subdivisions, the body may be examinedat different levels of structural organization.1.Anatomy may be defined as the study ofstructureand therelationshipsamong structures.2.Subdivisions of anatomy include:surface anatomy, gross anatomy,systemic anatomy, regional anatomy, radiographic anatomy,developmental anatomy, embryology, cytology,andpathologicalanatomy.B. A study ofphysiologydeals with how body parts function: the structure of apart determines its function.1.Physiology is the study of how body structures function.2.Subdivisions of physiology includecell physiology, systemsphysiology, pathophysiology, exercise physiology, neurophysiology,1
endocrinology,cardiovascular physiology, immunophysiology,respiratory physiology, renal physiology,andreproductive physiology.

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Physiology, Anatomy, Human Anatomy, control center, B Homeostasis

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