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Study Guide for Examination #1 – Basic Human Biology – Chapters 1-6 Prefixes, suffixes, & roots of medical terms, i.e., hypo=below Definitions of anatomy and physiology Organ system responsibilities and main functions Body systems and their organs, i.e., urinary system – bladder, kidneys, ureters, urethra, etc. Organs found in body cavities and abdominal quadrants and regions. Definition of homeostasis. Directional terms – location of one body structure in relation to another, i.e., superior, inferior. Relationship of phospholipids and cell membranes. Anatomical position. Regional terms – body landmarks, i.e., cephalic. Body planes and sections. Composition of RNA and DNA Definition of matter. Composition of an acid Carbohydrates Composition of triglycerides ATP function Definition of enzymes Cell organelle functions, i.e., mitochondrion Types of membrane junctions
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  • Fall '14
  • Ben Nickol
  • Writing, Eccrine sweat glands, Basic Human Biology

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