The Human Body- An orientation

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The Human Body- An Orientation 1. Anatomy- study of the structure and shape of the body and its parts 2. Physiology- study of how the body and its parts work or function. 3. Gross Anatomy a. Large structures b. Easily observable 4. Microscopic Anatomy a. Very small structures b. Con only be viewed with a microscope 5. Levels of structural organization a. Slide 1.3 Go get from his online slides b. Atoms animals… 6. Integumentary- a. Forms the external body covering b. Protects deeper tissue from injury c. Synthesizes vitamin D d. Location of cutaneous nerve receptors 7. Skeletal a. Protects and supports body organs b. Provides muscle attachment for movement c. Site of blood cell formation d. Stores minerals i. Endoskeleton ii. Exoskeleton 8. Organ system overview a. Muscular
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i. Allows locomotion ii. Maintains posture iii. Produces heat- a lot of heat is produced via muscle action, generate friction which generates heat. b.
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