Anatomy and Physiology II
Gas exchange: supplies body with O2 and removes CO2
Processes of Respiration:
1. Pulmonary ventilation (breathing)
2. External Respiration lungs (pulmonary capillaries)
Anatomy and Physiology II
The blood vessels and circulation
General histology of a blood vessel:
3 layers (tunics):
tunica interna (intima)
tunica externa (adventia)
5 Types of blood vessels:
The total body water is divided into intracellular and extracellular fluids. Plasma is considered?
Fluid compartments located within a cell?
The fluid compartment that contains approximately 2/3 of the body fluid.
Internal Respiration is the exchange of gases between _ and _.
Name the tissue that lines the nasal cavity.
Name the type of tissue that lines the respiratory passageways.
Name the two tonsils found in the oropharynx.
Name the two types of glands found in the body.
Where do endocrine glands secrete product?
True or False: An autocrine hormone is a local hormone that acts on neighboring cells.
Name three lipid soluble hormones.
Anatomy and Physiology II
Chapter 17: Blood
Functions of Blood:
1. Distribution (Transportation)
Characteristics of blood
What type of tissue is blood?
1. Name 2 functions of the kidneys
_ 2. Name the deep fibrous connective tissue that surrounds the kidney
and is a protective barrier against trauma.
_ 3. Name the outer layer (inside the kidney) where renal corpuscles are
_ 2. An abnormally rapid heart at rest (over 100 beats/min) is called_.
_ 3. Which type of cardiovascular shock is a result of low blood
_ 1. Which type of adaptive immunity works against intracellular
2. Fill in the blanks:
Biology 112- Anatomy and Physiology II
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Chapter 21: Immunity: Specific and Non specific body defenses
Immunity- ability to ward off dam
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Biology 111 Syllabus
Anatomy & Physiology
Updated FA14 Biology Program
Science & Health Science Division
DIVISION: Science & Health Science
Anatomy and Physiology I
Biology 111 Human Anatomy and Physiology
Course Information Fall 2015
Instructor: Patricia K. Dillon, PhD
phone: 732 224 2871
Email: [email protected]
Welcome to Human Anatomy and Physiology, BIOL111. Please read the course information
The human body consists of about 70 trillion cells; 200 different types. Typical eukaryotic cell is
considered in three main parts:
1. plasma membrane outer boundary; maintains integrity; selectively permeable
2. cytoplasm between plasma memb
INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM (Ch.5). The skin and its derivatives: glands, hair, nails.
SKIN Largest organ in the body, 2 square meters, about 10 pounds, 1 4 mm thick.
Structure. The skin is the cutaneous membrane that covers the body. It is composed of two
Tissue group of similar cells that work together to perform a common function. Four main types:
1. epithelial (epi) lining, covering, glands
3. muscle movement
2. connective (ct) support
4. nervous control
EPITHELIAL TISSUE Overview
The Human Body: Introduction (Ch.1)
Anatomy: The study of body structures. Answers the questions Where is it?, What does it
look like?, What is it made of? Involves observation, manipulation, palpation (static science).
1. Gross Anato
Professor Sara Barnett, Ed.M., M.S., M.A.
Quotation of the Day
The purpose of psychology is to give us a
completely different idea of the things we know
- Paul Valery (French poet)
GAMETOGENISISformation of the male and female sex cells (spermatozoa and
SPERMATOGENESISgametogenisis in males
OOGENESISgametogenisis in females
*TESTED TERMS ARE ONLY THE ONES THAT ARE UNDERLINEDSEE
For the question it is in caps in parenthesis at the end of the question
Ex. (STRUCTURE)= name the STRUCTURE
FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE ANATOMY-OVARY (15)yellow oval-shaped structure in the center(STRUCTURE)
CHP 22. PT.2LYMPH REVIEW GUIDE
1. carries out immune response, transport dietary lipids (adek), drains excess
2. R lymphatic duct and the thoracic duct (key for draining 2/3 of the body)
3. R Lymphatic duct (upper right of the body)*
Chapter 20 Topics
Position of Heart
Layers of Heart/Functions
Anatomy of Heart
Conduction of Heart (ECG-Understanding components of an electrocardiogram)
Conditions of the Heart
Blood circulation of the Heart
Autonomic Nervous System affect on the Heart
List the function of the Endocrine system?
How do hormones affect the endocrine system?
Explain the difference between upregulation and downregulation?
List the differences between paracrine and autocrine cells?
Table 18.2 Know the hormones that are lipid
CHAPTER 26 REVIEW
1. RENAL CAPSULEthe covering on the outside of kidney
2. ADIPOSE CAPSULEmiddle region
a. Important for bufferprotects the kidney
3. RENAL PYRAMIDSInner medulla
4. RENAL COLUMNSextension of the renal cortex
a. Enclose the renal pyramids
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