Name: Julissa Younkin
Address: [email protected]
Phone number: 440-396-1229
School: I will be attending Bowling Green State University (BGSU) Firelands Campus starting
the fall of 2016 (August 22)
Can you imagine a world without educat
The Endocrine System
Fun with hormones
The endocrine system is composed of several ductless glands throughout the body. These glands
release specialized chemicals called hormones into circulation. The hormones then circulate
through the blood
Are You Aware of Your Surroundings?
The senses allow us to gather data from the body's internal and external environments. The
nervous system can then analyze this data to determine appropriate actions or responses to the
Central Nervous System
The CEO of the body
The nervous system will be the majority of your learning that will occur in the second half
of the semester. This system has many actions.
Motor Component of the PNS
Interacting With the Environment
The peripheral nervous system (PNS) has both sensory and motor components - as you
learned previously. The motor components are either somatic
Time to get charged up!
Nervous tissue consists of several different types of cells: neurons and neuroglia. Neurons
conduct the action potentials (APs), or electrical impulses through the t
Student Learning Objectives:
Use appropriate terminology related to genetic inheritance to describe traits and
solve genetics problems.
Use basic principles of probability to calculate change of events.
Use basic principles of Mendelian g
I Claim Immunity
The lymphatic system consists of numerous vessels and solid organs, many of which are
found in close proximity to the vasculature of the cardiovascular system. The lymph
Go With the Flow
The cardiovascular system is extremely important. The design of this system allows
materials to go anywhere in the body. Therefore, the cardiovascular system plays a critical
During reproduction, cells from the male and female join to create a new individual. In
order for that new individual to have all of the necessary components for life, special preparation
of the gametes, or sex cells, must take place. In
Kind of Like Tinker Toys.
Chemistry provides an important level of basic organization. Chemicals combine to form
cells, which in turn combine to form tissues, organs, and organ systems, eventual
Application of the material that you are learning is an essential part of the learning process.
Being able to use information to solve problems and to think critically are skills that will very
beneficial to you in your careers.
Introduction to the Body
Learning the Lingo!
Biology has a unique vocabulary. You will likely find the terminology of anatomy
and physiology to be one of the most challenging features in the A&P course.
List the character
I Am Somewhat Neutral on This Topic
The acidity or alkalinity of a solution is determined by the amount of free H+ in that
solution. The amount of H+ in solution can greatly impa
Waste Disposal Department
The urinary system plays a major role in the homeostasis of the body. Among its many
Disposal of waste materials produced during cellular metaboli
Anatomy 30 Online
Lab Exercise 25 Digestive System
I. Lab Objectives
A. Dissect the digestive system of a fetal pig
B. Identify the organs of the digestive system
C. Identify the serous membranes of the digestive system
D. Identify the 4 tissue layers of
Let's Get Pumped!
The heart is responsible for pumping the blood around the body. The heart must pump
with enough force to propel the blood around the entire circuit of the circulation. It plays
Keeping Your Life in Balance
A common theme that is interwoven throughout the Anatomy and Physiology courses
homeostasis. In this lesson we will learn the basics about what homeostasis is and how
the body maintains it.
Applying What You Learn
Learning to apply what you are learning to new situations is a valuable tool. What you
learn in A&P will be just a small introduction to the many varied scenarios that you will
be exposed to in future
Don't you just love this system
The reproductive system is the one system in the body in which there is a significant
difference between the male and female.
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Control of secretion
(ADH or vasopressin)
Increases water reabsorption
by the kidneys by increasing
permeability of distal tubules
Calcium and Phosphate Homeostasis
Bon matrix is a major reservoir for calcium and phosphate and although these minerals are very
important for bone health they are also important for other functions within the body
Calcium: required for proper nervous sys
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The Spinal Cord
The spinal cord has two basic functions:
a: it provides a highway for information to and from the brain
b: it is the major reflex center of the body
Protection of the spinal cord:
The vertebrae provide the best possible protection
Cellular Respiration Handout
Cellular Respiration is the process of making ATP from glucose. A total of 34 - 36 ATP
should be generated from each glucose molecule entering into cellular respiration.
There are basically 3 steps involved in Cell
' The Plasma Membrane
the plasma membrane surrounds all cells
it is composed of two layers of phospholipids and protein doorways
each phospholipid is composed of a phosphate head that is hydrophilic (waterloving) and
two fatty acid tails that are hydropho