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Test 2: Chapters 8, 14 & 15 :1 \
Part H: 3 Case studies I
Each question worth 1 point. I
A 3 year-old (yo) boy is brought to his pediatrician with a fever, tachypnea, and a
cough productive of rusty spu . H
The science of body structures and the relationships among them.
Ana: up or apart Tomos: to cut up
Palpation: the method of feeling with the fingers or hands
during a physical examination.
Auscultation: the action of liste
Swallowing and digesting
a meal almost as big as
oneself requires a huge
energy investment. This
African rock python is
consuming a Thomsons
Cells and Energy
ATP powers every activity that requires
The Physical Environment
Determines Where Life Exists
Biosphere portion of Earth where life
One huge ecosystem interconnected group
of organisms and their physical envir
Reproduction- is the process of generating
Types of Reproduction
Asexual reproduction replicate genetic
material and split in
Community group of interacting populations
that inhabit the same region
Biotic living organisms
Ecosystem includes all the organisms (b
Humans simply cannot live without a rich array of
other species, both obvious and unseen
We use other organisms for food, shelter, energy,
Microbes digest food in our intestines
1. Using the information provided on the package
how many calories are in one serving?_
2. Using the 4-9-4 rule for estimating calories
how many calories are in one serving?
For questions 3-6 use the total you calculated in question
1. What are the functions for the following terms:
a. bronchioles b. larynx c. bronchus d. pleura
2. Both air and food travel through ? pharynx
3. The lymphoid tissue located behind the nasal cavity is
called ? adenoids
4. The area in the lungs
Exam 1 Review
Lecture 1 - Homeostasis
o Regulating of measurable things
Example: fluid volume, oxygen levels, electrolytes, ions, etc.
Cellular Communication Slide 12
o Cells can communicate with each other in a variety of ways
Chapter 6 notes
Postsynaptic potentials result from the opening/ closing of ligand-gated channels,
NOT voltage gated ion channels
An EPSP is a type of graded potential. An increase in the membrane permeability
of some ions (e.g. sodium) causes an EPSP,
Chapter 1: Language of Anatomy
Anatomical Position human body is erect, with the feet slightly
apart, head and toes pointed forward and arms hanging at the sides
with palms facing forward. (Fig. 1.1, p2)
Directional Terms: (Fig 1.2, p 3-4)
Summary of Hormones by Chemical Class
CH CH2 NH2
Peptides and proteins
Zygomatic process 4
5 Mandibular ramus
14 of the Maxilla
Zygomatic process 9
Carotid canal 10
Jugular foramen 11
13 Occipital Condyle
I. Place the correct letter in the blank AND circle the correct answer.
_A_(1) The brain is located in the
a) cranial cavity.
b) vertebral cavity.
c) abdominal cavity.
d) pericardial cavity.
e) pleural cavity.
_B_(2) This plane divides
The 3 germ layers - the ectoderm, the mesoderm, and the entoderm
(endoderm): are in place at the end of gastrulation
THE ECTODERM gives rise to the central nervous system (the brain and
spinal cord); the peripheral nervous system; the sensory epit
Physiology is the study of the functions of the body
Anatomy is the study of the structures of the body
Mouth- oris/ oral
Shoulder- deltoid/ acromial
Upper arm- brachial
Get blood from
Energy- the ability to do work; can only be
Law of thermodynamics- neither matter or energy can be created or
destroyed; it can only be transferred
Photosynthesis- chemical energy
Electrical energy Decomposition- break down of compound