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Unformatted text preview: BIOL 1300 BODY SYSTEMS EXAM 1 Study Guide Know the differences between body systems in terms of their function. Understand the structural and functional differences of organ systems. Know the cell structure, organelles and their function. Know the tissue types and their functions. Know the cell types involved in different tissues and organs. Know general and specific scientific terms/names used in tissue and cell types (eg: different types of epithelial cells, and connective tissue, etc.) Understand specific cellular organization in tissues. Know the stages of cell division, and difference between mitosis and meiosis. Understand the concept of homeostasis, and how negative and positive feedback mechanisms regulate homeostasis. Know the structure of cell membrane and organization of molecules in the membrane. Know the transport function of cell membrane, and understand the movement of water and molecules across cell membrane. Distinguish the phenomena associated with hypertonic, hypotonic and isotonic conditions with respect to movement of water and molecules across cell membrane. Understand the functional association of catabolism and anabolism in metabolism. Understand the anatomical location of organ systems, and know the terminology associated with different body cavities. Know the biomedical disciplines, and differences between in their study areas. Know scientific terms/names used for specific conditions, diseases, factors and phenomena (eg: dermatitis; pathogen; angiogenesis; etc.) BIOL 1300 BODY SYSTEMS EXAM 1 Review Questions • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • What are the body systems involved in protection, support, and movement? What are the functions of each body systems? What is catabolism? What is anabolism? Relate positive and negative feedback mechanisms in terms of functional working of body systems. Name and localize the body cavities. Name the cellular structures. What are the main components of plasma membrane? What are the types of tissues? What are the types of epithelial cells? What is the function of skin? Where are the sebaceous glands located? What is psoriasis? What is the function of Schwann’s cells? What are the stages of cell division? What are the factors that affect translocation of molecules across biological membrane? Define isotonic, hypertonic and hypotonic conditions in terms of conditions for cell. What is the scientific discipline for studying cells and tissues? What is integumentary system? What is neoplasm? • ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2011 for the course BA 2301 taught by Professor Mattpolze during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson.
- Spring '08