BIOL223CourseObjectives

BIOL223CourseObjectives - Biology 223 - HUMAN ANATOMY &...

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Biology 223 - HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LECTURE COURSE OBJECTIVES – SALADIN TEXT (Note there is considerable overlap with the material in the lab objectives) CHAPTER 1 and ATLAS A: MAJOR THEMES OF ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY: ORIENTATION 1. Define anatomy and physiology. Explain how they are related and the subdivisions of each. 2. Name the levels of structural organization in the human body and explain their relationships. 3. Understand the location of and organs contained in the major body cavities (open and closed) covered in lecture. 4. Be able to name and locate and describe the structure of the 3 different types of epithelial (serous) membranes of closed body cavities (pericaridal, pleural and peritoneum). 5. Be able to describe the anatomical position. 6. List and describe the major requirements of life. 7. List and describe the major functions or characteristics of life. 8. Define metabolism. 9. Define homeostasis, explain its importance, and describe the relationship between homeostasis and disease. 10. Define positive and negative feedback mechanisms and describe their relationship to homeostasis. CHAPTER 4: HISTOLOGY 1. Define the term "tissue". Identify or list four general types of tissues in the body and give the function of each. 2. State the body regions, structural characteristics and functions for each of the epithelial types listed below.
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simple squamous simple cuboidal simple columnar pseudostratified columnar stratified squamous stratified cuboidal stratified columnar transitional 3. State body regions and structures for each of the following membrane types: serous membranes mucous membranes synovial membranes cutaneous membranes 4. Name and know the functions of the three structural elements of connective tissue. 5. State a body region or structure for each of the connective tissue types listed below. loose connective tissue areolar adipose reticular dense regular connective tissue (fibrous connective) dense irregular connective tissue hyaline cartilage elastic cartilage fibrocartilage bone (compact & spongy) blood 6. Give an example of cell types commonly found in the various types of connective tissues and list a function for each cell type. 7. List and identify the three major types of muscle tissue. Give an example of where each is found.
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8. Describe the characteristics and functions of nervous tissue (also see chapter 12, pp442-452). 9. Explain the structural and functional divisions of the nervous system (also see chapter 12, pp442-452). 10. Describe and identify the structural components of a neuron and give the function of each (also see chapter 12, pp442-452). 11. Understand the secretory processes of these glands: Apocrine Merocrine Holocrine Goblet cells CHAPTER 7: BONE TISSUE 1. List and describe the major functions of bone. 2. Identify the different shapes of bones and give examples of each--long, short,
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course BI 200 taught by Professor Potter during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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BIOL223CourseObjectives - Biology 223 - HUMAN ANATOMY &...

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