physiology study guide 1

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BISC 106 Fall 2005 Study Guide for Exam I Kelley List, describe or define the following: 1.) the terms anatomy and physiology 2.) the six “levels of organization” used in human physiology 3.) the 11 organ systems of body; 3 components of each system; 3 functions of each system 4.) the overlap of organ systems; examples of ‘human functions’ that require multiple systems 5.) the main requirements/essential features of living systems (specifically the 3 main features as well as the 3 associated features) 6.) homeostasis; minor vs. major ‘insults’ (disruptions) of it. 7.) the relationship between death and homeostasis 8.) negative and positive feedback systems (flow chart including organisms 3 major components, as well as the stimulus) 9.) given the physiological response (of an organism) to a disruption of homeostasis, the major components, signals, input and output, 10.) examples of + and negative feedback loops associated with the response to homoeostatic disruption 11.) disorder, disease, sign, symptom, pathology, epidemiology, pharmacology,
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