Anatomy Outcomes Exam 1 - Anatomy Outcomes 1 See flashcards...

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Anatomy Outcomes 1. See flashcards 2. p. 14 in lab manual a) chemical (ex. H, O , N, C) b) compound- (ex. H2O, CO2, H2SO4, NH2 c) Cells – smallest living unit in the human body (ex. muscle fiber, neuron, osteocyte, chondrocyte) d) Tissues – a collection of specialized cells and cells products that work together to perform a specific function (epithelial, connective, muscle, nervous) e) organ – Combination of tissues that perform complex functions (heart, kidney, liver, skin) f) organ system – (respiratory system, digestive system, circulatory system, nervous system) g) organism (ex. human, dog, tree, bacteria) 3. Studying anatomy by a systematic approach is when you study the body one system at a time whereas from a regional approach you study the body one section by section. Regional is structural and systematic is functional. 4. homeostasis – maintenance of a relatively constant internal environment Stimulus/Stressor Perception Afferent pathway Control Center Efferent Pathway Effector Response It’s like a thermostat because when there is a change in the environment, it responds to fix the
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ANATOMY 101 taught by Professor Tranel during the Spring '08 term at St. Louis College of Pharmacy.

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Anatomy Outcomes Exam 1 - Anatomy Outcomes 1 See flashcards...

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