StudyGuideCh 1 - Chapter 1 and Atlas A Detailed Study Guide 1 You should know the difference between Gross Anatomy Physiology and Histology Gross

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Chapter 1 and Atlas A Detailed Study Guide 1. You should know the difference between Gross Anatomy, Physiology and Histology Gross Anatomy is the study of the structure human body that can be seen with the naked eye Physiology, is the study of function, how anatomical structures work Histology is the study of tissue samples under the microscope 2. Hippocrates is famous for the Hippocratic Oath that every doctor makes , which is a code of ethics for physicians. 3. Andreas Vesalius illustrated an Anatomy text in 1543 and he revolutionized the study of gross anatomy. First anatomy atlas ‘’ On the structure of the human body” 4. William Harvey showed the circular blood flow. Blood circulation 5. Galen was physician to Roman gladiators 6. Leeuwenhoek developed the first simple microscope 7. Scientific thinking is not instinctual. Scientific thinking is based on assumption and methods that yield reliable, objective, testable information about nature 8. What is a belief? Can you disprove it? A belief is a mental attitude that some proposition is true. No, a belief is a mental attitude and as such cannot be disproven 9. Know about falsifiability—criteria or evidence needed to prove the theory wrong If we claim that something is scientifically true, we must be able to specify what evidence it would take to prove it wrong. 10.To design an experiment, what do you need to have?
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