1. Identify the components and the functions of the urinary system.
i. Kidneys: 2 of them, filter blood creating urine
ii. Ureters: collective pipe that drains material produced by the kidney
and puts it int
1. List the functions of blood.
a. Deliver oxygen- as well as nutrients cells need oxygen to generate ATP
and needs nutrients to make new cells
b. Transports metabolic wastes
i. Nitrogenous compounds- produced when proteins are
1. Identify the blood vessels of the human body, and indicate their direction of flow.
a. Vessels in direction of flow
1. Carry oxygenated blood away from hear
2. Two main ones pulmonary and aorta artery
Female Reproductive Physiology
1. Define fertilization, and indicate the time period in which its possible.
a. When a sperm fuses with a secondary oocyte which forms a zygote
i. Happens once a secondary oocyte completes meiosis 2 and
1. List and describe the processes of respiration.
a. Pulmonary respiration: movement of air into and out of the respiratory
system (into and out of the body)
b. External respiration: exchange of gas between the exter
Immune System Lecture Objectives 2: Alyssas session
Define antigen, and describe how antigens affect the immune system.
Antigen: Any substance that evokes an immune response
Must be a foregin cell or our own cell that has been so altered that it is no
1. Explain the relationship between blood flow, blood pressure and blood resistance.
a. Blood Flow
a.i. Directly proportional to differences in blood pressure
Blood pressure: the pressure or force per unit area
Immune System Lecture Objectives 1: Alyssas session
* The immune system is a _ system not an _ system*
Differentiate the nonspecific and specific immune pathways.
Specific Immune System
Non-Specific Immune System
-specific WBC (lymphocytes) in your body t
Circulation Lecture Objectives 2: Alyssas session
Identify the pressures that work in opposition to one another to regulate movements in/out of capillaries.
Explain how these forces operate.
Capillary Fluid Dynamics
1. Fluid forced out through clefts at a
1. Differentiate the nonspecific and specific immune pathways.
a. Nonspecific immune system: body has mechanisms to react with any
specimens doesnt need receptors
i. innate immune system
ii. Consist of all external body me
1. Relate Daltons and Henrys laws to the event of external and internal respiration.
2. List and describe the factors that can affect external respiration.
a. Partial pressure: higher the pressure gradient greater gas
1. List the organs of the digestive system, differentiating the alimentary canal organs from
the accessory organs.
a. Alimentary canal: a hollow tube from the mouth to the anus
i. Pharynx, stomach, small intestine, larg
1. Name the components of the conduction system of the heart, and trace the
a. Conduction pathway
i. Sinoatril node
1. Right atrium
2. This is where the action potential is created
3. Once the impuls