PhysicalChangesandHealthdevelopingahealthylifestyleiskeyaspectof makingtheseyearsatimeofhealthgrowthanddevelopment a. BodyGrowthandChange(page195) i. Slowandconsistantgrowth 1. Growanave
A persons prognosis is less favorable with the occurrence of each step below:
the tumor has invaded surrounding tissues
there is lymph node involvement
malignant tumors occur in other parts of the body
Genes and C
Cancer is the uncontrolled growth of cells (mitosis). It ultimately kills the organism.
One out of three Americans will develop cancer. One out of four males and one out of
three females will die of canc
The Fundamental Counting
Permutations and Combinations
A nickel, a dime and a quarter are
Construct a tree diagram to list all possible outcomes.
Evaluate the factorial expression:
To fulfill certain requirements for a degre
BIO 201 Week 1
Be able to associate the common term with the anatomical
Understand directional terms, and be able to reference them
when using anatomical terms.
Example: The Carpal regio
The Smallest Units of Life!
A Variety of Shapes & Sizes
Human cell size
Most from 1015 micrometers (m) in diameter
_ cells (very large) 100 m diameter
Barely visible to the naked eye
Nerve cell at _long
Longest human cell
Too slender to be seen with naked
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BIO 201 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I
Terms List: THE LANGUAGE OF ANATOMY
1. What will be the phenotypic ratio of a cross between two heterozygous individuals?
2. What will be the genotypic ratio of a cross between two heterozygous individuals?
3. The ability to taste a bitter chemical, pheny
Prevention of Cancer
Behavior patterns contribute to approximately 40% of all cancers.
Diet plays role in 35% of all cancer cases.
The environment, workplace pollutants and natural causes play a role in the rest.
60% of can
Genetics- Part 1- Genes
Mendel was an Austrian monk who taught natural science and worked on plant breeding
He developed a basic understanding of genetics and inheritance.
It took him 2 year
Oct. 21, 2008. New lecturer: Dr. Jon Harrison
18 years at ASU teaching physiology Im an insect environmental physiologist, but I have a lot of biomedical background I will give barer-bone lecture outlines, and post the powerpoints after class.
Chpt 23: T
Abnormalities of the Sex Chromosomes
Turner Syndrome - XO
Characteristics of Turner syndrome include the following:
Folds of skin on the back of the neck
Incidence of Genetic Abnormalities
At 25 years, 17% of secondary oocytes may have chromosomal abnormalities. At 40
years, up to 74% may contain abnormalities.
Spontaneous Abortion (Miscarriage)
Two-thirds of al
Genetics - Part 3 - Human Genetics
This chapter is a review of patterns of inheritance in humans including a review of
The genetic diseases are divided into two categories: chromosomal abnorma
Genetics - Part 2 - Chromosomes
Genes on the same chromosome are linked.
Example: Unlinked Genes
G = gray body
g = black (ebony) body
R = red eyes
r = purple eyes
The diagrams below show that the locus for body colo
Genes that affect more than one trait are called pleiotropic.
For example, people with Marfan syndrome may be tall, thin, have long legs, arms and
fingers, and may be nearsighted. Their connective tissue is defec
The following steps can be used to determine the expected number of offspring from any
1. Determine the kinds of gametes that can be produced by each parent.
2. Determine all of the possible combination
Genotype and Phenotype
The genetic makeup of P1 plants was different from that of F1 because the P1 plants were
true breeding and the F1 plants were not. The genetic makeup of an individual is referred
to as its genotype. B
The Language of Anatomy
1.) Match each of the following descriptions with the term from the key.
Key: a.) Buccal
b.) Cephalic c.) Patellar
d.) Calcaneal e.) Digital