BI13_Ch1 Review - BI 13(Anatomy and Physiology 1 Review Chapter 1 The Human Body An Orientation INSTRUCTOR'S STUDY QUESTIONS 1 2 3 How is anatomy

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BI 13 (Anatomy and Physiology 1) Review Chapter 1 – The Human Body: An Orientation INSTRUCTOR’S STUDY QUESTIONS 1. How is anatomy different from physiology? 2. What are the 6 levels of organization? You should be able to work your way from the smallest level to the largest and vice versa. 3. Know the 11 organ systems, their functions and major organs. Integumentary System – hair, nails, and skin. Functions: protects deeper tissues; synthesizes vitamin D; site of cutaneous receptors; location of sweat and oil glands. Skeletal System – bones and joints. Functions: protects and supports body organs; provides a framework for muscles; blood cells are formed within bones; stores minerals. Muscular System – skeletal muscles. Functions: allow for movement. Lymphatic System – red bone marrow, thymus (also part of endocrine system), lymphatic vessels, thoracic duct, spleen, and lymph nodes. Functions: returns fluid to the blood; disposes of debris in the lymphatic stream; and houses WBC (lymphocytes). Respiratory System – nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, lungs, and bronchus. Functions: keeps blood oxygenated and removes carbon dioxide. Digestive System
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This note was uploaded on 08/12/2009 for the course BI 13 taught by Professor Alexasawa,ph.d during the Spring '09 term at College of the Desert.

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BI13_Ch1 Review - BI 13(Anatomy and Physiology 1 Review Chapter 1 The Human Body An Orientation INSTRUCTOR'S STUDY QUESTIONS 1 2 3 How is anatomy

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