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HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY ILECTURE COURSE OBJECTIVESBiology 223 - HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY ILECTURE COURSE OBJECTIVESEdmund BurkeSpring 2016 - Saladin================================================================================================================================================I have tried to split the lecture exam objectives and the laboratory exam objectives.However there is obviously considerable overlap between the two and it is impossible toseparate them fully.Before each exam review both the lecture and lab objectives for the relevant sections.Some laboratory objectives may appear on the lecture exams and some lecture objectivesmay appear on the laboratory exams.Most of these terms/concepts/structures will appear in your textbook and Anatomy &Physiology coloring book. However you may have to use other sources to see a few of theterms & concepts. There are lab manuals and other textbooks available in the lab (RedMountain 310) and some books on reserve in the library which you can also use.================================================================================================================================================MATERIAL TO BE COVERED ON LECTURE TESTS (ALSO SEE LAB OBJECTIVES)LECTURE TEST #1: Chapters 1, 5, 6, 7, 9 (and parts of chapter 12)CHAPTER 1 and ATLAS A: MAJOR THEMES OF ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY:ORIENTATION1. Define anatomy and physiology. Explain how they are related and the subdivisions of each.2. Name the levels of structural organization in the human body and explain their relationships.3. Understand the location of and organs contained in the major body cavities (open and closed)covered in lecture.4. Be able to name and locate and describe the structure of the 3 different types of epithelial(serous) membranes of closed body cavities (pericaridal, pleural and peritoneum).5. Be able to describe the anatomical position.6. List and describe the major requirements of life.7. List and describe the majorfunctions or characteristicsof life.
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HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY ILECTURE COURSE OBJECTIVES8. Define metabolism.9. Define homeostasis, explain its importance, and describe the relationship betweenhomeostasis and disease.10. Define positive and negative feedback mechanisms and describe their relationship tohomeostasis.CHAPTER 5: HISTOLOGY1. Define the term "tissue". Identify or list four general types of tissues in the body and givethe function of each.2. State the body regions, structural characteristics and functions for each of the epithelialtypes listed below.simple squamoussimple cuboidalsimple columnarpseudostratified columnarstratified squamousstratified cuboidalstratified columnartransitional3. State body regions and structures for each of the following membrane types:serous membranesmucous membranessynovial membranescutaneous membranes4. Name and know the functions of the three structural elements of connective tissue (cells,ground substance and fibers).5. State a body region or structure for each of the connective tissue types listed below.loose connective tissueareolaradiposereticulardense regular connective tissue (fibrous connective)
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