A&P 1 STUDY GUIDE
1) What does the term anatomy mean?
Anatomy is the study of the structure of living things.
2) What does the term physiology mean?
Physiology is the study of the functions of living things and perform activities.
3) Explain the
Chapter 16 ) Revised OVERVIEW The lymphatic system has two major functions: (1) it helps maintain fluid balance in the tissues of the body, and (2) it has a major role in the defense against infection. This chapter describes t
Chapter 15: Cardiovascular System Study Guide Nam Revision 2 OVERVIEW This chapter deals with the system that transports blood to and from cells-the cardiovascular system. It identifies the major organs of the cardiovascular system and explains the functi
Blood Chapter 14 Study Guide OVERVIEW This chapter deals with a major connective tissue-blood. It describes the general characteristics and major functions of blood (objective 1). This chapter identifies the various types of blood cell
Endocrine System Chapter 13 Study Guide Revision 2 OVERVIEW The endocrine system, like the nervous system, controls body activities to maintain a relatively constant internal environment. The methods used by these two systems are diffe
Digestive System Study Guide Name OVERVIEW This chapter is about the digestive system, which processes food so that nutrients can be absorbed and utilized by the cells. It names the organs of the digestive system and describes their locations and function
Nutrition and Metabolism Chapter 18 Your name This chapter presents some basic concepts of nutrition. It defines nutrition, and primary and secondary malnutrition (objectives 1 and 17). It describes the utilization, function, and sources of proteins, carb
Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 1 OVERVIEW This chapter begins the study of anatomy and physiology by defining the disciplines (objective 1), and explaining the characteristics and needs that are common to all livi
Chapter 3 Study Guide Cells Name Revised OVERVIEW This chapter deals with the basic unit of structure of the human body-the cell. It explains the makeup of a composite cell and the contribution of each of the organelles to cellular function (objectives 1,
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