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BIOL 2010 Anatomy and Physiology ITEST 2 Study GuideAnatomical Terminology, Homeostasis, Tissues and SkinChapter 1 – Content Previously Learned in LabImportant:Lecture tests contain written questions, not images like lab. The material below thatyou previously learned in lab will need to be recognized by written descriptions for lecture.Note: you can also use information from your lab manual to help with this content.1.Define anatomy.Describes structures of the body2.Define physiology. Study of functions3.Describe the hierarchy (levels) of organization from atoms to organism. Atom, chemical,cellular, tissue, organ, organ system, organism4.Describe/identify the general function of each system, and the major organs of each of the 11organ systems.5.Describe the body in terms of anatomical regions, anatomical directions, sections, and planes.6.Describe/identify the directional relationship between any two body regions. This requiresproper use of the directional terms to describe the relationship.7.Describe/identify the major body cavities and their associated serous membranes.8.Differentiate between and identify the visceral and parietal layer of all 3 serous membranes.9.Describe/identify the regions of the abdominopelvic cavity using the 9-section method.a.Pay attention to which organs are located in which regions. Be prepared to identify aregion based on organs.10. Describe/identify the quadrants of the abdominopelvic cavity.a.Pay attention to which organs are located in which regions. Be prepared to identify aquadrant based on organs.

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Biology, Physiology, Anatomy, exocrine gland

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