01Introduction b - HEAT B.Temp = 100 F B.Temp = 100 F(Stim...

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Human Anatomy and Physiology 1026350 Fall Quarter 2010 MW 4:00 – 5:50 pm Professor: Bill Brewer School of Biological and Medical Sciences
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Anatomy: The study of structure. “ the parts ” Physiology: The study of function. “ how things work “
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Characteristics of Life Movement Responsiveness Digestion Metabolism Excretion Reproduction
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Levels of Levels of Organization Organization
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Relationships Relationships between organ between organ systems systems
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Body Systems Integumentary Skeletal Muscular Cardiovascular Respiratory Nervous Endocrine Digestive Urinary Reproduction Immunity/Lymphatic
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Human Organ Systems
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Integumentary System
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Skeletal System
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Muscular System
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Nervous System
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Endocrine System
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Circulatory System
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Lymphatic System
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Respiratory System
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Digestive System
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Excretory / Urinary System
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Reproductive System
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Survival Needs of the Human
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Negative Feedback - Thermoregulation Thermostat = 98.6 F. (hypothalamus) (Receptor/Sensor) HEAT
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Unformatted text preview: HEAT B.Temp = 100 F. B.Temp = 100 F. (Stim.) Vasodilation Sweating (Effector) COLD COLD B. Temp <98.6 B. Temp <98.6 (Stim.) Vasoconstriction Shivering (Effector) Negative Feedback – Thermoregulation and Fever Thermostat = 103 F. B.Temp = 98.6 F B.Temp = 98.6 F . . (Stim.) Vasodilation Sweating (Effector) B. Temp = 103 B. Temp = 103 (Stim.) Vasoconstriction Shivering until B.temp = 103 F. Bacterial infection Mechanisms Controlled by Negative Feedback • Heart Rate • Blood Pressure • Fluid Volume • Breathing, both Rate & Depth • Blood Cell Production • Estrogen & Testosterone • Oxygen & Carbon Dioxide levels in blood • Minerals: Sodium, Potassium, Calcium Oral / Nasal Cavities Orbital / Middle Ear Cavities Serous membranes lining closed cavities : Pericardial Pleural Peritoneal Hip to Knee Thumb to Thigh Liver to Lungs Elbow to Shoulder Superior & Proximal Lateral Inferior Distal...
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