How We are Made
Bottom chromosome is sex chromosome; determines gender
Mixing and Matching of Traits
Genotype: Ex: having red hair
Dominant vs. Recessive
Dominant: Ex: brown hair or brown eyes
Recessive: Ex: brown eyes will typica
Matter - physical material of universe
Energy (E) - capacity to do work
Energy stored in chemical bonds between matter
*Break bonds -> release energy*
(1) Potential E - stored E
(2) Kinetic E - E of movement
Chapter 6 Objectives
What are the functions of the skeletal system?
What terminology do we use to describe bones?
Know terms from table 6.1 on your own
What is the structure of bone tissue?
How does bone grow and repair itself?
How are these
An Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
Chapter 1 Objectives
What is anatomy and physiology?
Physiological control mechanisms
What are the characteristics of organisms?
What are the levels of organization
Chapter 3 Objectives
What are cells?
The building blocks of all plants and animals; lego blocks make you the way you are. Perform on
own, but mostly work together. They come by taking existing cells and divide them. Has to maintain
own homeostasis; more b
Chapter 7 Objectives
What are the parts and functions of the axial skeleton?
How do we describe the skull, vertebrae and thoracic cage?
Axial Skeleton 7.1
Forms the longitudinal axis of the body
Skull & associated bones
Chapter 9 Objectives
What are joints and how are they classified?
How do joints work, and how does their structure relate to their function?
What terminology do we use to describe joint motions?
How do some example articulations function?
Chapter 8 Objectives
What are the parts of the appendicular skeleton?
What is the pectoral girdle, and what does it do?
What is the pelvic girdle and what does it do?
What is the structure of the bones of the limbs?
Appendicular Skeleton 8.1
Introduction to Lifespan Development
Often times referred to as thinking
Psychology goes deeper than that
Who we are as a baby should be very similar to who we are now
Temperament is closely related to how
Laws of Thermodynamics
IMPORTANT - Apply to closed systems
*First Law - Conservation of Energy
Energy cannot be created or destroyed
*can change the form of energy but not the output*
*Second Law - Entropy (disorder) increases
Once used, energy becomes le