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Basic_Structure - Anatomic and Physiology of Domestic Animals AVS350 Danilo Franco DVM PhD Anatomic& Physiology • Anatomy(Structure or form

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Unformatted text preview: Anatomic and Physiology of Domestic Animals AVS350 Danilo Franco, DVM, PhD. Anatomic & Physiology • Anatomy (Structure or form) – Gross – Microscopic • Physiology (function) – How the body works – Biophysical and biochemical processes Basic Structure and Function • The Cell, its structure and functions. • Energy Production • Functions of DNA and RNA • Embryology • Tissues • Directional Terms and Planes • Body Cavities. The Cell • Trillions in body • Highly organized • Basic Cell Structure. • Plasma membrane • Cytoplasm (ground substance where organelles are suspended) • Nucleus Plasma Membrane Organelles • Nucleus (control center, DNA, Genetic Information) – Nucleoli (RNA, Proteins) • Endoplasmic Reticulum (Tubular and Flat vesicular structures, Protein, lipid) • Golgi Apparatus (Package secretory vesicles) • Mitochondria (Energy Production) • Lysosomes (Digestive System) • Centrioles (Cell division) Energy Production...
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2008 for the course AVS 350 taught by Professor Franco during the Spring '06 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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Basic_Structure - Anatomic and Physiology of Domestic Animals AVS350 Danilo Franco DVM PhD Anatomic& Physiology • Anatomy(Structure or form

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