Lecture 1, Vocabulary

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1 IPHY 3410, Section 100 VOCABULARY LOWRY Spring, 2009 Lecture Date Topic Reading in Marieb, Mallatt, and Wilhelm L1 Tues 1/13 Introduction to anatomy; cells, histology, and Ch. 1 & 2 tissue types Although some of this material will not be covered in lecture, it is a basic vocabulary for understanding anatomy. These terms will be used frequently throughout the course and therefore you will need to be familiar with them. Chapter 1 anatomy —the study of the structure of the human body gross anatomy —the study of body structures that can be examined without a microscope surface anatomy —the study of shapes and markings (called “landmarks” on the surface of the body, that reveal the underlying organs microscopic anatomy or histology —the study of body structures using a microscope Levels of structural complexity (Fig. 1.1) chemical level cellular level tissue level organ level system level (integumentary (skin), skeletal, muscular, digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, nervous, lymphatic, immune, urinary, reproductive, endocrine) organism level tissue
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