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Human Anatomy & Physiology Study GuideUnit IIntroductionMolecular and Cellular Biology ReviewHistologyIntegumentary SystemDefine human anatomy and physiology.anatomystructurePhysiologyfunction1.Define cytology and histology2.Study Guide: Molecular &Cell Bio, Histology, Integumentary SystemWednesday, May 27, 202010:44 AM
Be able to place the human organism into its proper place in scientific classification.3.
List the characteristics shared by organism in Phylum Chordata.4.List the characteristics shared by organism in Class Mammalia.5.
List the characteristics shared by organism in Order Primates.6.
List the major cavities of the human organism.7.
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PericardiaDiaphragm-AbdominopelvicAbdominalPelvicDescribe anatomical position for the human organism.8.Define the various terms of direction used to describe the location of structures:9.Subject stands erect, facing the observer with the head level and the eyes facing forward. Lower limbsare parallel and the feet are flat on the floor and directed forward; upper limbs are to the side withpalms facing forwardSuperiortoward the head-Cephalicthe head-Inferiortoward the feet-Caudalnot discussed in book or in open stax; caudal means tail, so closer to the head or to the tail(bottom of trunk)-Dorsal (posterior)back-Ventral (Anterior)front-Medialtoward the center (midline)-Lateral (peripheral)to the side-Peripheralnot discussed in book or open stax-Superficialtoward the surface of the body-Deepaway from the surface of the body-Proximalnearer to the attachment of the limb to the truck or the point of origin-DistalFarther away from the attachment of the limb to the trunk or the point of origin-Be able to describe the three planes of the body:Coronalsplits body front and back-Sagittalsplits body side to side; Can be:Parasagittal, not equal side to side-Mid Sagittalequal parts side to side; split at midline--Transversetop and bottom-10.Be able to list and discuss the various levels of organization:Elemental particle-Atomic-Moleculea combination of 2 or more molecules-Organellea permanent structure within a cell with characteristic morphology that is specialized toserve a specific function in cellular activities-Cellularatoms and molecules-

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