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Study Guide for Human Anatomy and Physiology I LECTURE EXAM IA study guide isnota guarantee that every exam question will be based on it. There can be questionsoutside the scope of the study guide, but mastery of the concepts here should enable one to earn an A onan exam. When I say “I will not test on” something on this guide, that pertains only to lecture exams. Bearin mind that some of those thingswillbe included on lab exams. Even if I do not test on some of theClinical Insight boxes on exams, I do hope you will read them and feel you will find some of them to befascinating brief stories and/or relevant to your personal health or professional goals.This exam will cover chapters 1‐4 in the textbook and Lectures PowerPoints. PowerPoints givethe important highlights of the major concepts to be learned. A good way to study for this examwould be to1)READ and outline the chapter and REVIEW PowerPoints.2) Answer Review Questions at the end of each chapter.3) Form Study Groups and answer all of the questions below. 4)Learn all bold face terms.5) Above all....read and study forUNDERSTANDING!Subject matter:General concepts, general chemistry, organic chemistry (biochemistry), andbiomedical word origins. Cells and Genetics & Cellular FunctionsReading:Chapters 1‐4 (but not Atlas A, which is covered in lab)Expected exam date:Please see course syllabusChapter 1: Major Theme‐Define anatomy and physiology and relate them to each other. Give an example of form is forfunction. How does this relate to anatomy? How does it relate to physiology?
‐Know the key figures in the history of medicine and what they contributed (i.e. who invented thesimple microscope? Who was the first to publish the accurate anatomical textbook? Who coinedthe term homeostasis?

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