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Physiology 235 Fall 2010 Trubovitz STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM 1 Note this is only a guide. Disclaimer and instructions: This is my best attempt to put together a guide for the exam. It is not a contract and it is possible I missed a few terms. Questions may be worded differently than the quizzes. Recognize means just that, you would have to find that concept in a multiple-choice question. Describe, discuss and explain as well bold topics may involve more, and could involve having you write something out. Chapter 1 1. Define physiology and anatomy. 2. List and define the “organization of life”. 3. Review major organ systems. Give major components and functions for each system. 4. Compare the terms “function” and “process” 5. Discuss Homeostasis in physiology and give specific examples of negative and positive feedback loops. 6. Compare plasma, tissue fluid, external fluid and intracellular environements. Chapter 2 7. Review atomic structure and chemical bonds.
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