WILL WE EVER GROW ORGANS?
Yong, E. (2012, February 28). Will we ever grow organs? Retrieved from
in June 2011, an Eritrean man entered an operating theatre with a cancer-ridden windpipe, but
Activity 1: Touch Receptors (worth 10 points total)
List four sensations detected by the tactile receptors in the skin
Get a volunteer to touch each of these locations on your body using the same
1. What components of real bone tissue did you include in your model?
In the model you cant see it but the ends are made of paper towels that I made represent the
spongy bone. I also made cardboard represent the compact bone and duct tape to represent the
WHAT IS A TOPOGRAPHIC MAP?
A topographic map is a map that shows topography and features found on the earth's surface. Like any map it uses
symbols to represent these features. Lets look a section of a topographic map showing the area around
C.Rae Prax 2014 | 1
Introduction to Poetry
1. Aesthetic: adjective describing things concerned with
beauty, pure emotion and sensation as opposed to
three kinds of
2. Brevity: noun naming things that are br
Also known as:
status protrusus cutis
orange peel syndrome
What to heck is?
subcutaneous fat found in
fibrous connective tissue
abdominal, femoral, gluteal
Skin Structure Review
Epidermis outer layer
Has pigments & is
Where hair & nails
Shingle-like dead cells
Cells have no pigment
Cranial (8)+ Facial bones(14)=22
Cranial bones: enclose + protect brain and hearing
Make framework for face
Hold eyes in position
Provide space for taste + smell
Passage for air + food
Anchor facial muscles
Palpation reflection questions:
What structures did you choose to palpate? Were you able to feel the bone markings you were searching for? Which structure was the easiest for you to palpate and which was the most challenging? Why?
Anatomy and Physiology Mod 1 Notes:
MODULE 1.0 - 1.2
~ Appendicular means pertaining to the upper or lower limbs of the body. The prefix append- means "to hang something." This prefix is used here because limbs are attached to the trunk of the body at one
Anatomy Segment 1 Exam Review
1. Anatomists study the structure of the human body and the parts that make up said structures. Many specialize in areas such as cell biology, genetics, endocrinology, neuroscience, and forensics.
2. Physiologists e
Patella and Tibial Tuberosity: I was able to find my patella (kneecap). I
followed the ligament below my patella and I found my tibial tuberosity.
The easiest to find was definitely my patella because it basically sticks
out. I had to move my leg to a 180
03.05 Nerve Conduction
Directions: Label the neuromuscular (myoneural) junction. Then, read the case study below and
answer the questions. Each question should be answered with FIVE or more sentences.
Neuromuscular (Myoneural) Junction
Hormone messages are sent through the endocrine glands, just like a text message is sent from phone to
phone; the bloodstream signal carries it to the receptor site which would be the other cell phone, and
lastly, the body reacts to the horm
03.04 Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous Systems
Directions: Show the nerve pathway of a sympathetic and parasympathetic response by placing the labels in the correct order.
Not all labels will be used. Delete any unnecessary labels. Place
03.09 Segment One Collaboration
From the Main Menu, select Discussion Groups
Next, select 03.09 Module Three Collaboration Blog
Click on ONE topic that interests you:
Epilepsy and Migraines
Living with Diabetes
Struggling with Sleep Disorders