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Anatomy & Physiology I - Pamela Roberson ANT 2501...

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Pamela Roberson ANT 2501, Module 1 [email protected]
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Anatomy & Physiology I Atoms, Molecules and Cells Organ and Tissues
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Introduction v Anatomy v Physiology v Atom v Molecules v Cells v Organ System v Tissues v Skin Structures
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Vocabulary Physiology - the science of the function of living systems (Farabee, 2007). Anatomy - a branch of biology and medicine which is the consideration of the living thing’s structure (Farabee, 2007).
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Vocabulary Cells - The basic structural and functional units of all organisms (2002 Phoenix5 ) . Atom - atom is the smallest part that makes up an element and cannot be further divided into smaller parts (Herzog 2008) Molecules - an electronically neutral collection of at any rate two atoms in a specific arrangement seized together by covalent chemical bond.).
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Human Cells Molecule Module Atom
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Vocabulary Tissue - a collection of cells that hold similar functions. Organ - comprised of many diverse tissues that toil together for a common purpose.
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The Human Organs Figure 1
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Organ System Digestive System Figure 2
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