ch01.1 - Overview of Anatomy and Physiology

Ch01.1 Overview - 1 The Human Body An Orientation YOUR GOALS After completing this chapter you will have mastered the objectives listed below

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An Orientation YOUR GOALS After completing this chapter, you will have mastered the objectives listed below. OBJECTIVE CHECKLIST AN OVERVIEW OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (p. 2) DeFne anatomy and physiology . Explain how anatomy and physiology are related. LEVELS OF STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION (pp. 2–7) Name the levels of structural organization that make up the human body, and explain how they are related. Name the organ systems of the body, and brie±y state the major functions of each system. Classify by organ system all organs discussed. Identify the organs shown on a diagram or a dissectible torso. MAINTAINING LIFE (pp. 7–9) List functions that humans must perform to maintain life. List the survival needs of the human body. HOMEOSTASIS (pp. 9–11) DeFne homeostasis , and explain its importance. DeFne negative feedback , and describe its role in maintaining homeostasis and normal body function. THE LANGUAGE OF ANATOMY (pp. 11–19) Verbally describe the anatomical position or demonstrate it. Use proper anatomical terminology to describe body directions, surfaces, and body planes. Locate the major body cavities, and list the chief organs in each cavity. 1
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course BIO 210 taught by Professor S during the Spring '10 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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Ch01.1 Overview - 1 The Human Body An Orientation YOUR GOALS After completing this chapter you will have mastered the objectives listed below

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