APY107 - Human Biology

APY107 - Human Biology - skeleton, nose, rib cage elastic-...

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Human Biology
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Linnean System of biological nomenclature Genus (Cebus) species (apella) Type specimen- usually the first named specimen found that is  considered an objective reference for the species  
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Subspecies Species Subgenera Genus Subfamily (-inae) Family (-dae) Superfamily (-oidea) Suborder Order Infraorder Class Phyla
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Evolutionary characteristics of  organisms can be either primitive (ancestral)   or   derived ( specialized)
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Phylogeny The branching pattern of  successive species that results from numerous cladogenetic events. Based on shared-derived  characteristics.
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Hominoid phylogeny
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Primate  taxonomy (evolutionary  tree)
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Tissue A community of cells with a  common purpose.  connective  epithelial  muscle  nervous tissues
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Connective tissue The most durable tissue of the  body, derived from mesenchyme.
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Cartilage A strong but flexible connective  tissue.   hyaline- caps ends of bones, fetal 
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Unformatted text preview: skeleton, nose, rib cage elastic- external ear, epiglottis, larynx fibrocartilage- intervertebral discs, acetabulum of hip, glenoid fossa of shoulder, TMJ, pubic symphysis Bone The strongest, least flexible connective tissue. Functions? The Skull cranium mandible hyoid Mandible Hyoid Dentition maxilla mandible incisors canines premolars molars Axial & Appendicula r Skeleton The Thorax clavicle scapula ribs Clavicle Scapula Ribs Sternum The Vertebral Column cervical thoracic lumbar sacral coccygeal Vertebra Sacrum The Arm humerus radius ulna Humerus Radius Ulna The Hand carpals metacarpals phalanges The Pelvis ilium ischium pubis The Leg femur patella tibia fibula Femur Tibia Fibula The Foot tarsals metatarsals phalanges The End...
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2010 for the course APY 107 taught by Professor Krumrine during the Fall '09 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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