BIO 115-1 f09 - Click to edit Master subtitle style Biology...

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style Biology 115 Anatomy & Physiology 1. Name 2. Life Stage 3. Hobbies/Favorite things 4. Goal/Major 1. Name 2. Life Stage 3. Hobbies/Favorite things 4. Goal/Major I. Introduction I. Introduction A. Definition of Anatomy- The study of structure and the relationship among structures 2. Methods- Inspection- Palpation 2. Methods- Inspection- Palpation- Auscultation- Percussion- Imaging I. Introduction D. Definition of Physiology Def: Study of function 1. Subdivision 2. Methods I. Introduction E. Homeostasis I. Introduction D. Homeostasis Def: existence & maintenance of a relatively constant environment w/in the body- Variables: qualities in the body that may change- Set Point: ideal normal value- Normal range- Set Point: ideal normal value- Normal range 1. Negative feedback- Resists deviation from set point- Typical 3 portions: a. Receptor: stimulus b. Control center c. Effector: response- Typical 3 portions: a. Receptor: stimulus b. Control center c. Effector: response 2. Positive feedback- Non- homeostatic- Enhances deviance from set point- Typical 3 portions:...
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