CHAPTER 22 - LECTURE OUTLINE
A. Immunity (resistance): the ability to ward off the pathogens that produce disease
B. Susceptibility: lack of resistance
C. Resistance to disease can be grouped into two broad areas:
1. Innate (nonspecific) i
CHAPTER 26 - LECTURE OUTLINE
A. The urinary system consists of two kidneys, two ureters, one urinary bladder, and one urethra (Figure 26.1).
B. Urine is excreted from each kidney through its ureter and is stored in the urinary bladder unti
CHAPTER 15 - LECTURE OUTLINE
A. The autonomic nervous system (ANS) regulates the activity of smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and certain
B. Operation of the ANS to maintain homeostasis, however, depends on a continual flow of sensor
CHAPTER 18 - LECTURE OUTLINE
COMPARISON of CONTROL by the NERVOUS and ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
A. Together the nervous and endocrine systems coordinate functions of all body systems (Table 18.1)
1. Nervous system control: controls body actions through nerve im
CHAPTER 25 - LECTURE OUTLINE
A. The food we eat is our only source of energy for performing biological work.
B. There are three major metabolic destinations for the principle nutrients. They will be used for energy for
active processes, sy
CHAPTER 20 - LECTURE OUTLINE
A. The cardiovascular system: consists of blood, heart, and blood vessels
B. The heart is the pump that circulates the blood through an estimated 75,000 miles of blood vessels
C. The study of the normal heart a
CHAPTER 24 - LECTURE OUTLINE
A. Food contains substances and energy the body needs to construct all cell components; the food must be
broken down through digestion to molecular size before it can be absorbed by the digestive system and use
CHAPTER 28 LECTURE OUTLINE
A. Sexual reproduction is a process in which organisms produce offspring by means of germ cells called
B. The organs of reproduction are grouped as gonads (produce gametes and secrete hormones), ducts
CHAPTER 21 - LECTURE OUTLINE
A. One main focus of this chapter considers hemodynamics, the means by which blood flow is altered and
distributed and by which blood pressure is regulated.
B. The histology of blood vessels and anatomy of the
CHAPTER 23 - LECTURE OUTLINE
A. The two systems that cooperate to supply O2 and eliminate CO2 are the cardiovascular and the
1. Respiratory system: tissues provide for gas exchange
2. Cardiovascular system: transports t
CHAPTER 27 LECTURE OUTLINE
A. Body fluid refers to body water and its dissolved substances.
B. Regulatory mechanisms insure homeostasis of body fluids since their malfunction may seriously endanger
nervous system and organ functioning.