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INTRODUCTION TO ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY LAB 1 Pre-Lab Questions Table 1: Anatomy & Physiology Terminology Term Definition Ipsilateral Situated on the same side Contralateral Relating to the opposite side Unilateral One side Bilateral Both sides k Axial (Skeleton) Head, Neck and Trunk blank Appendicular (Skeleton) Relating to the Limbs Homeostasis Stable internal environment of the body Questions 1. What is anatomy? Anatomy is the study of the structure of living organisms. 2. What is physiology? Physiology is the study of the function of living organisms. 3. What is the difference between anatomy and physiology? Anatomy is studying structure while physiology studies the function of living organisms. 4. What does the term “complementarity of structure and function” refer to? This means the relationship between a structure and its function 5. Please list the body’s level of organization and define them, starting with atoms and ending with the human body. Atoms- Smallest unit in which matter can be divided Molecule- Particle consisting of 2 or more atoms combined by chemical bonds Organelle- Small structures that preform specific functions for the cell as a whole Muscle- A bundle of tissues Tissue- specialized to preform a specific functions Organ Level- Organs made up of different tissues Organ system level- Different organs working together Human body- Made up of all organ systems
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INTRODUCTION TO ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY LAB 3 Activity 1: Anatomical & Relative Position Table 2: Relative Position Direction Definition Example Superior Towards the head or above The head is superior to the neck Inferior Away from the head or lower The neck is inferior to the head Proximal Closer to torso The shoulder is proximal to the elbow Distal Farther from torso The wrist joint is distal to the elbow joint Anterior/Ventral Towards front of body The mouth is on the anterior side of the human body Posterior/Dorsal Towards back of the body The buttock is on the posterior side of the human body Medial Towards midline of the body The chest is medial to the arm Lateral Away from the midline The arm is medial to the chest Intermediate Between a medial and lateral structure The heart is intermediate in the anterior region of the human body Superficial Closer to body surface The skin is superficial in the human body Deep Further from body surface The spine is deep in the human body Practicing Anatomical Position Instructions For Anatomical Position Stand erect with your feet slightly apart, arms by your side and palms facing toward Activity 2: Body Planes, Abdominal Regions & Quadrants

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