Lecture1-IntroCells2010

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

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Unformatted text preview: 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] 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. 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 Lab Instructors Jim Sharp, DVM, PhD Megan McCarthy, BS, MS Julie Cole, DVM Exams 2 written midterm exams (1h) 2 lab exams (1 h) Typically 40-45 multiple choice questions. 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 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. 1. INTRODUCTION A. Orientation of body and limbs B. Components of the cell C. Tissues D. Organs E. Organ Systems caudal cranial cranial caudal Posterior Anterior Terms of Position and Direction: 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) 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 ANIMAL TERM HUMAN TERM Dorsal (back) Posterior Ventral (belly) Anterior Cranial (head) Superior Rostral (parts of the head) n/a Caudal (tail) Inferior Planes of Section Median = midsagittal : divides body into left and right halves; ( Para)Sagittal...
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