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Lecture1-IntroCells2010

Lecture1-IntroCells2010 - WELCOME to APC100/NPB123 Dr...

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WELCOME to APC100/NPB123 Dr. Stuart Meyers Department of Anatomy, Physiology, and Cell Biology School of Veterinary Medicine 2219 Haring Hall 752-9511 [email protected]
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Course Objectives Understand how different types of cells and tissues contribute to the functions of organs and organ systems in vertebrates. Compare the basic differences between three classes of vertebrates: Fish, birds and mammals.
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Instructors Orientation, Cells – Dr. Stuart Meyers Musculoskeletal System - Dr. Richard Connon Respiratory System - Dr. Kent Pinkerton Cardiovascular System – Dr. Inge Werner Digestive System - Dr. Jim Sharp Integumentary System - Dr. Lisa Miller Urinary System - Dr. Stuart Meyers Nervous System – Dr. Monika Winder Reproductive System - Dr. Stuart Meyers
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Lab Instructors Jim Sharp, DVM, PhD Megan McCarthy, BS, MS Julie Cole, DVM
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Exams 2 written midterm exams (1h) 2 lab exams (1 h) Typically 40-45 multiple choice questions.
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Grading 90.0 - 100.0% = A 80.0 - 89.9% = B 70.0 - 79.9% = C 60.0 - 69.9% = D <59.9 % = F 2 written exams (1h): 2/3 2 lab exams (1 h): 1/3
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Announcements Watch for announcements on your SmartSite course website; https://smartsite.ucdavis.edu Lecture slides will be posted; Order of syllabus chapters may be different from that of lectures; Labs: BRING YOUR LAB SYLLABUS! Lab RESOURCE ( SmartSite ): Go through each chapter BEFORE lab.
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1. INTRODUCTION A. Orientation of body and limbs B. Components of the cell C. Tissues D. Organs E. Organ Systems
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caudal cranial cranial caudal Posterior Anterior Terms of Position and Direction:
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caudal cranial cranial caudal Terms of Position and Direction : Dorsal: dorsum=back ; toward the back of the trunk, head, tail, limbs. (Human: posterior= behind) Ventral: venter=belly; toward the belly of the trunk, head, tail, limbs. ( Human: anterior= in front) Cranial: cranium=head ; toward the head. (Human: superior=above) Caudal: cauda=tail; toward the tail. (Human: inferior=below)
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A few more: Rostral: =structures, which are part of the head (rostrum=beak) Medial: =structures positioned toward the median plane (or midline), which divides the body into left and right Lateral: =structures positioned toward the side
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ANIMAL TERM HUMAN TERM Dorsal (back) Posterior Ventral (belly) Anterior Cranial (head) Superior Rostral (parts of the head) n/a Caudal (tail) Inferior
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Planes of Section Median = midsagittal : divides body into left and right halves; ( Para)Sagittal : parallel to median plane; Transverse : at right angle to
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