Anatomy and Physiology Answer Key

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Anatomy and Physiology Biology Modular Workbook Series Contents Cells and Tissues 16 Cell Processes ................................................... 3 17 Basic Cell Structure ........................................... 3 19 The Structure of Membranes ............................ 3 21 The Role of Membranes in Cells ...................... 4 23 Cell Structures and Organelles ......................... 4 25 Passive Transport Processes ............................ 5 27 Ion Pumps ............................................................ 5 28 Endocytosis and Exocytosis .............................. 5 29 Mitosis and the Cell Cycle ................................. 6 31 Cancer: Cells out of Control .............................. 6 32 Levels of Organization ....................................... 6 33 Tissues and Organs ............................................ 6 35 Human Organ Systems ...................................... 6 The Integument and Homeostasis 37 Principles of Homeostasis ................................. 7 38 Body Membranes and Cavities .......................... 7 39 Maintaining Homeostasis .................................. 7 41 Diagnostic Medicine ........................................... 8 43 The Integumentary System ............................... 8 45 Thermoregulation ............................................... 8 SUPPORT AND MOVEMENT The Skeletal System 49 Bone .................................................................... 8 51 The Human Skeleton ........................................ 9 53 Joints ................................................................... 9 55 Aging and the Skeleton ..................................... 9 The Muscular System 57 Muscle Structure and Function ......................... 9 59 The Sliding Filament Theory ........................... 10 60 The Mechanics of Movement .......................... 10 61 Energy for Muscle Contraction ....................... 10 63 Muscle Tone and Posture ................................ 10 64 Muscle Fatigue ................................................. 10 65 Muscle Physiology and Performance ............. 10 INTEGRATION AND CONTROL The Nervous System 70 Nervous Regulatory Systems ......................... 11 71 The Nervous System ....................................... 11 72 The Autonomic Nervous System ..................... 11 73 The Human Brain ............................................. 12 75 The Cells of Nervous Tissue ........................... 12 77 Reflexes ............................................................ 12 78 Transmission of Nerve Impulses .................... 12 79 Chemical Synapses ......................................... 12 80 Integration at Synapses ................................... 13 81 Drugs at Synapses ........................................... 13 82 Aging and the Brain ......................................... 13 83 Detecting Changing States ............................. 13 84 The Basis of Sensory Perception ................... 14 85 The Structure of the Eye ................................. 14 87 The Physiology of Vision ................................. 14 89 Hearing ............................................................. 15 90 Skin Senses ...................................................... 15 91 Taste and Smell ................................................ 15
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