Together with the Cardiovascular system the respiratory system delivers oxygenated blood to
body cells and removes deoxygenated blood from them.
The cardiovascular and respiratory systems are related structurally, functionally and clinically.
The nose and
Tissues: Are a group of cells and their intercellular substance that function together to perform
a specialized activity. Histology- study of tissues.
Epithelial tissues- covers structures, lines structures and forms glands of the body.
Anatomy- The science that studies structure. What something looks like, not the function.
Physiology- The science that studies function. What it does, not what it looks like.
Structure determines function. Nose- two nostrils to bring air in. Vest
Chapter 16 Sensory, Motor Integrative Pathways
Sensation- conscious or subconscious awareness of internal and external stimulus.
Perception- A conscious awareness of the internal or external stimulus plus there is an
interpretation. That informat
Chapter 14 Brain/cranial nerves
Brain- 100 billion neurons 10(15th power) of synapses connecting all of the neurons.
4 Principal parts of the brain:
1. Brain stem- the most inferior portion of the brain, sits above the foramen magnum. The
Integument am System consists Of the following Organs: skin hair, oil, Sweat glands nails and
sensory receptors = a nerve or a cell that detects sensory information such as touch, pressure,
heat, cold and pain.
Dermatology is the medical Specialty that de
Exam 1 Review:
1. 6 Basic processes: 1. Ingestion (eating), 2. Secretion- release of water, acid,
buffers and enzymes into lumen of the GI tract, 3. Mixing and propulsion- movin
food, 4 Digestion- mechanical and chemical breakdown of food, 5. Absorptionpa
Exam II Review:
1. Know 8 functions of urinary system
2. Kidneys retroperitoneal right kidney is normal lower than the left, 3 layers, renal capsule,
adipose capsule, renal fascia. Medial boarder or concave boarder there is an opening
called the hilum.
Eukaryotic Cell Components
Although there are two types of cells Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic the students will be
focussing more on Eukaryotic cells specifically the differences between plant and animal cells
and the effect of glucose. There a
The humerus is both the largest bone in the arm and the only bone of the upper arm. At
its proximal end, the humerus forms a smooth, spherical structure known as the head of
the humerus. The head of the humerus forms the ball of the ball-and
Running head: REPUBLICAN AND DEMOCRATIC PLATFORMS
Republican and Democratic Platforms Regarding Womens Issues:
Equal Wage, Maternity Leave, and Womens Violence
Bergen Community College
REPUBLICAN AND DEMOCRATIC PLATFORMS
In todays soci
07 December 2016
A Dive into STDs
A sexually transmitted disease (STD) is an infection that can be passed through sexual
contact from one person to another or non-sexual contact, such as from mother to infa
Sample Rate- How many times per second the computer is capturing the audio recording
Bit Depth- How many discrete volume you have
Slip Edit Mode- Move things without restriction
Grid Edit Mode- Moving within increments of the grid
Shuffle Edit Mode- Moves
A & P TISSUES CHAPTER 4
FOUR TISSUE TYPES
Simple- 1 layer
Stratified More than 1 layer
Simple or Stratified depending where in the body
Blood Vessels_ single layer.
Cuboidal- all the nuclie are on the same plane.
Simple or Stratifi
The Circulatory System 2 : The Heart
The cardiovascular system consists of the heart and blood vessels. The heart
functions as a muscular pump that keeps blood flowing through vessel.
Has two major divisions:
Pulmonary Circuit- which carries blood to lung
The Endocrine System
18.1 Overview of the Endocrine System
What are hormones?
Chemical messengers secreted into bloodstream
Stimulate responses in distant targets
Secreted by endocrine glands or specialized cells in other organs or
Chapter 6- The Skeletal System
6.1 Tissues and Organs of the Skeletal System
What is the skeletal system?
What is cartilage?
What are the functions of the skeletal system?
What is the study of bone?
What are the functions of the skelet
The Circulatory System 3 Blood Vessels
General Anatomy of Blood Vessels:
Arteries- Efferent vessels carrying blood away from heart.
- Arteries are the resistance vessels of the heart.
Veins- Afferent vessels carrying blood toward heart.
- Veins are regard
Chapter 8- Appendicular Skeleton
-The appendicular skeleton consists of the shoulder girdle, pelvis, upper extremities
and lower extremities. Consists of 126 bones.
Upper Body Includes:
What is the collar bone?
Clavicle: which is the collar bone- it is at
o Constantly pumping through the bodys blood vessels, reach the cells
o -100,000/ day, 35 million beats/year
Cardiology- is the study of the heart.
Location of the heart?
Lecture 6 Monday
February 6th, 2017
Chapter 4 (Cell Structure)
Ch. 4.1 Cell size
Surface area to volume ratio of a cell
Ch. 4.2 Prokaryotes
Lack of interior organization
Bacteria and archea
Lecture 8 Monday
February 13th, 2017
Chapter 5 (Membranes)
Ch. 5.1 A cells membrane is composed of a
phospholipid bilayer with embedded proteins
Fluid mosaic model
4 major components of membrane
Ch. 5.2 Phospholipids
Ch. 5.3 M
STUDY OF TISSUES
FOUR MAJOR TYPES
remember: a tissue is a group of cells that work together for
a specific function
- ASSOCIATED WITH LINING AND
we all need oxygen
Walls of larynx are
composed of 9 pieces
of cartilage: three
single, three paired
where exchange of gases
two types of classification
1. histology (structural)
based on type or degree of movement.
a. syn-arthrosis (immovable)/ fibrous)
Name: Maybelline Alvarenga
Prof. Nadia Hedli
ANAT. & PHYS. I
Classification of Tissues Lab Report
During this laboratory we were aware that slides of any organ usually display
more than one epithelium and more than one connective tissue type.