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Biology 2401- Introduction to Anatomy and PhysiologyLecture One Exam ReviewAtlas AAll Anatomical terminologyMajor body regions (axial, appendicular)body cavities and membranes (cranial, abdominopelvic)- remember the pleural and pericardial cavities are thespace between the visceral and parietal membranes where the membranous fluids reside (see page 11, figure2.2 of lab book)Define potential spacesKnow each organ system and their functions and the major organs in each systemWhat is anatomical positionChapter 1Define Homeostasis and be able to recognize examples of homeostasis
Define negative feedback/positive feedback and be able to recognize examples of each
Know the different gradients and flow
Know the hierarchy of complexity
Chapter 2Types of bonds (covalent, ionic, hydrogen, van der waals forces)oCovalent:sharing of electrons between two atoms. Non-polar: strongest chemical bond. Equal sharing ofelectrons. Polar: unequal sharing of electrons. Positive and negativeoIonic:exchange of electrons. Weak attraction between anion and cations. Easily dissolves in water. Metaland non metaloHydrogen:weak attraction between slightly positive and negative regions in 2 different moleculesoVan der Waals:weak, brief attractions between neutral atoms cause by random fluctuations in electronorbitsoIsotopes: atoms with different number of NEUTRONS. Same element as long as it shares same number ofprotons ( if differ then different chemical element)oIons:atoms with different number of ELECTRONS. Same element with same number of protonsIons (anion, cation)Acids and bases and buffersoAcid- proton donor (release H+ ions)oBase- proton acceptor ( accepts H+, releases OH-)Paulhill - Instructor
Biology 2401- Introduction to Anatomy and PhysiologyLecture One Exam Review

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