Lecture 2 Study Questions
1. Generally speaking, what does the study of anatomy and physiology tell you about structure and
function relationships in the human body? What determines function? Give an example.
2. How does the scient
1. What are the four types of biomolecules? Generally speaking, how are they unique? How are they
2. How do molecules move?
3. What is the difference between one molecule that is hydrophobic and o
1. How do molecules move?
2. What is the difference between one molecule that is hydrophobic and one that is hydrophilic?
3. What are the functions of a cell membrane?
4. What is meant by selectively perme
Lecture 11 Study Questions
Lecture 11: Bone Growth, Homeostasis
1. Are bones static (unchanging) structures?
2. Why is proper cartilage formation important for bone?
3. Why do we reach a maximum height with age?
1. How do cartilagino
1. Do cells perform the same basic life functions that we identified for humans?
2. What is the cell membrane? What are its functions?
a. What are the 2 basic components of the cell membrane? Which of these allows sma
1. Describe the process of protein synthesis.
2. What does it mean that the nucleus is the control center of the cell?
3. Describe the major phases of the cell (hint, one of them is for division)
4. Why d
Lecture 8: Micro- and macroanatomy of bone.
1. What are the general functions of the skeletal system?
2. Why arent bones perfectly smooth structures with no elevations or projections or grooves?
3. Are bones static (