week 1 Introduction - Class Overview Welcome to PSIO 201...

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Unformatted text preview: Class Overview Welcome to PSIO 201 Welcome n Intro to the human body n n Exercises 1 and 2 Intro to the microscope n Exercise 3 Rebecca Gilbert Section: MWF @ 1pm Office Hours: Office/Study Center: Gittings 3D [email protected] Anatomy vs. Physiology n Anatomy: n n Standard anatomical position structure of the body Physiology: n the study of function Body Regions n Describes areas of the body according to boundaries n What defines the arm? n The Leg? Anatomical Terms n Describe body regions and provide more specific location (Table 1.1 in 4th ed.) Activity n Label Fig 1.1 using Table 1.1 Directional Terms Body Planes n A flat surface that divides the body or organs into sections Body Planes Organ Systems Activities n Work on activities 2 and 3 n n Label figures 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4 n Organ System: A group of organs that work together to perform a common function Homeostasis: A state of equilibrium in the body’s internal environment body’ n n Maintained by feedback mechanisms Know each system, the organs involved, and the function of the system INTEGUMENTARY Organ Systems SKELETAL MUSCULAR CARDIOVASCULAR CARDIOVASCULAR LYMPHATIC AND IMMUNE NERVOUS ENDOCRINE RESPIRATORY DIGESTIVE URINARY URINARY BODY CAVITIES n n REPRODUCTIVE Dorsal Cavity A space that contains one or more organs It protects, separates, and supports internal organs. Dorsal Cavity Cranial Cavity Brain Ventral Cavity n Mediastinum Lungs Heart, Esophagus, Trachea, Bronchi, Thymus gland Abdominal Cavity n Pelvic Cavity Peritoneal Cavity Retroperitoneal Cavity Stomach, liver, Gallbladder, appendix Spleen and part of Both small and large intestine Pancreas, kidneys, Adrenal glands, Part of both small and large intestine Role: n AbdominoPelvic Cavity 2 Pleural Cavities Spinal Cord SEROUS MEMBRANE Ventral Cavity Thoracic Cavity Vertebral Cavity n Rectum, bladder, Reproductive organs Part of large intestine Made up of two layers separated by the serous fluid n n n Covers organs Lubrication (by serous fluid) to reduce friction Visceral layer: covers the organs Parietal layer: attaches to and covers body wall Named for cavity it surrounds ABDOMINALPELVIC QUADRANTS ABDOMINALPELVIC Activities ABDOMINALPELVIC REGIONS n n Activity 2 using torso models on each table Activities 4 and 5 Magnification INTRO TO THE MICROSCOPE n Total Magnification = Objective lens power x ocular lens power n Ex: 4 x 10 = 40 Activity n Use microscopes to practice bringing tissue samples into focus ...
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2011 for the course PSIO 201 taught by Professor Stanescu during the Summer '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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