CH 1 - The Human Body An OrientationF11

CH 1 - The Human Body An OrientationF11 - BSCI 201 HUMAN...

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BSCI 201 - HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY PART I
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Lecture 1
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Human? Kingdom Animalia. Man is part of the animal kingdom, the top grouping. Phylum Chordata. This phylum consists of animals with spinal cords. Class Mammalia. Man is a mammal, a warm-blooded animal who bears its young live. Order Primates. This order includes humans and all apes, monkeys, gorillas, etc. Family Hominidae. The hominids include man and his closest cousins, chimps and gorillas. Genus Homo. The family of man, including our extinct predecessors, Homo erectus and the neanderthals. Species sapiens - Homo sapiens = “Wise Man” = You and me.
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ANATOMY Anatomy – the study of the parts of the body and how they relate to each other . Subdivisions in the fields of Anatomy: Gross or Macroscopic Anatomy – the study of large body parts visible to the naked eye Regional Anatomy – all the structures in a particular region of the body Systemic Anatomy – structure of the body are studied by the systems Microscopic Anatomy – very small structures that can not be viewed with the naked eye – structures viewed by the aid of a microscope: Cytology – cells viewed by the aid of microscope Histology – tissues viewed by the aid of microscope Developmental Anatomy – structural changes ( such as growth) that occur in the body throughout the life span
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Anatomy: Study Success 1. OBSERVATION 2. MANIPULATION 3. MASTERY OF ANATOMICAL TERMS = LANGUAGE OF ANATOMY
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3 Body Planes and Sections Frontal (Coronal ) Plane : a vertical cut that divides the body in anterior and posterior parts. Sagittal Plane : a vertical cut that divides the body into right and left parts midsagittal plane – a sagittal cut exactly on the midline that divides the body into EQUAL right and left parts Parasagittal Plane - a sagittal cut not on the midline that
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course BSCI 201 taught by Professor Opoku during the Fall '07 term at Maryland.

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