Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology, 9e (Marieb)
Chapter 10 Blood
Using Figure 10.1, identify the following:
1) The neutrophil is indicated by letter _.
Page Ref: 345-347
2) The eosinophil is indicated by letter
Ventricles & Vasculature
Crossing the blood brain barrier
BBB: Capillaries in the br
Key Concept Questions
Dr. R/ Biology 1107 (Honors)
In preparation for Test 2 on 10/23/13
Chapters 7, 8, 9, 11, & 36
Chapter 7- Cell Structure and Function [All questions in regards to this
chapter can be directed to Sayeed Hasan]
What are cell types?
will find the course very challenging,
while others will find it simple.
Some who consider themselves good at
math will struggle with statistics.
is a fast-paced course. We have a lot
of material to cover.
You must come to class and pay atte
Encodes orientation and acceleration of the head in three
axes, crucial for the sense of balance
Informs the brain about gravity, movement, and the
position of the body in space
FOOD & ENERGY
Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth
Why do we eat food?
Energy & nutrients
Nervous system & endocrine control
Glucose & lipids
Glucose is our main source of fuel
More about insulin
Enables body to use glucose by
Outline for the next few days
Cells of the nervous system
What are the functions of the nervous system?
Divisions of the
Anatomy: The skeletal & muscular systems
Contract in response
to rise in intracellular
What causes the
at the neuromuscula
What are our major sensory systems?
What is the purpose of sensation?
Sensory perception: Generic sequence of events
Sensory receptors on receptor cells in sensory organs respond
Instructions: Complete the table by filling in the name of the cranial nerve and indicating whether it contains sensory, motor, autonomic, or a mixture
of 2 or more types of neurons by putting an X in the appropriate column. In additio
Eukaryotic Animal Cell Organelles & Their Functions
Selective barrier; lipid-bilayer; passage of O2, nutrients, wastes in and out of cell
Space between nucleus and plasma membrane, filled wi
1. Describe the 6 functions of the integumentary system.
3 types of barrier
1. Chemical- low pH secretion and defensins retard bacterial activity
2. Physical/mechanical- keratin and glycolipds block water soluble
Skeletal System Review Questions
What are the functions of the skeletal system?
What are the components of the skeletal system?
Draw/label/diagram the structure of a typical long bone.
Differentiate and describe periosteum and endosteum.
Overview of the Nervous System
Endocrine System (hormones) and the Nervous System are responsible for maintaining internal conditions
in the body
Nervous System carries out its coordinating responsibilities in three steps.
o First, through sense organs
Chapter 9: Joints
Joint(articulation) Arthrology- the study of joints, their structure and their function as well as their dis-function
Kinesiology- movement of muscles and bone together
Joint Names and their Classifications
o Joint name- you
Chapter 15: The Autonomic Nervous System and Visceral Reflexes
The Autonomic Nervous System is a branch of the nervous system that operates in secrecy, usually without our will,
without us thinking about it, or even able to consciously modify or suppress
Chapter 1: Major Themes of Anatomy and Physiology
- Why is it important to study anatomy and physiology: to learn how things work in the body
- Define Anatomy and Physiology, describe the origins of anatomical and physiological terms
- Anatomy: phy
Introduction of Anatomy Study Guide
A. Feedback Loops
a. Parts of a feedback loop: sensor, effector
b. Response and Return to homeostasis
Positive Feedback Loop: response is leading toward event which will end with a return