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5/17/17 1 Biology216 Physiology Homeostasisand Body Plan PowerPoint 4 1 Biology 216: Physiology-Learning Outcomes 1. Demonstrate basic knowledge of facts, terms and concepts in Physiology. Develop a solidcomprehension of the physiological processes that underlie animal body function 2. Recognize interrelationships andinterdependence among the 11 organ systems. Understandthe physiological integrationof the organ systems tomaintain homeostasis 3. Understand the basis for the evolution of adaptations in the design of organsystems among differing organisms (andwhencomparing less complex tomore complex organisms). 4. Realize the interplay(and significance) of form and function. Note that the designof physiological systems is optimizedfor function. 5. Acquire a solid comprehension of normal physiology to serve as a foundation for the understanding of pathophysiology. 2
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5/17/17 2 Biology 216 Physiology- Homeostasis(at thecoreof Physiology) Thermoregulation(anexampleofhomeostasis) Body Plan(form and functiongo together ) 3 Learning Goals 1. Define homeostasis; give examples of how an organism maintains homeostasis 2. Define and provide examples of thermoregulation 3. Describe the main tissue types in the body and their functions 4
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5/17/17 3 Topic 1: Homeostasis Who can define/describe it? 5 Homeostasis An internal condition Maintained by internal responses that compensate for changes in the external environment Is not a static condition; is a dynamic condition Internal adjustments are constantly being made to counteract environmental changes, restore balance (“stasis”) 6
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