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    Anatomy: Respiratory System

    Intro The main perform of the breathing system is to provide the blood with oxygen. The breathing system does this via respiration. Breathing is a pure process that we make the most of to accumulate oxygen, not like consuming or consuming to get energy. When we breathe, we inhale oxygen and exhale co2. This exchange […] More

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    Anatomy of Accidents final

    Anatomy of an accident The first mistake Fitz did was to climb on their lonesome. He ended up making bad choices. Had he climbed with somebody who was experienced, he would have been guided accordingly. Moreover, more individuals would have made better designs. The second mistake he did was to go away the summer season […] More

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    Anatomy and Physiology Notes Midterm 1

    Contents 1. Structural Organization of the Human Body (2 Lectures) 1. 3. 1 Tissues Tissue: groups of structurally similar cells which have perform common/related operate Tissues cooperate within an organ for operate of organ as a complete, totally different points = division of labor 1. 3. 2 four Types of Tissue: 1. Muscle Tissue: movement […] More

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    Anatomy and Physiology (M1 and D1)

    How Energy is used within the Body (M1) We get chemical energy from meals we eat and oxygen that we breathe –we want this to get power into a usable type for use by the cells Glucose + Oxygen —————-> Carbon Dioxide + Water (C6H12O6) (O2) Metabolism (CO2) (H2O) (1C6H12O6) (6O2) In Cells (6CO2) (6H20) […] More

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    Anatomy Of The Retina

    INTRODUCTION: ANATOMY OF THE RETINA: The retina of the vertebrates is split into three cellular varieties specifically: the outer nuclear layer,inner nuclear layer and the ganglionic layer. Photoreceptors current on the outer nuclear layer can sense mild and transduce indicators and knowledge to ganglionic cells by way of 3 various kinds of interneurons :bipolar cells,amacrine […] More

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    Anatomy of Human

    1. Review the anatomy of the brain. Which portion is responsible for keeping you awake, controlling thought, speech, emotions and behavior, maintaining balance and posture? 2. Know the function of the arachnoid villi. 3. Where is the primary defect in Parkinsons disease and Huntingtons? 4. What is the function of the CSF? Where is it […] More

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    Understand the anatomy and physiology of the skin

    Outcome 1 – Understand the anatomy and physiology of the skin in relation to pressure are care. Describe the anatomy and physiology of the skin in relation to skin breakdown and the development of pressure sores. There are 4 stages in relation to the skin breaking down which causes pressure sores, it’s important that the […] More

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    Anatomy and Physiology for Health and Social Care

    Task2: The main tissue types of the body and the role these play in two named organs of the body. P2: Outline the structure of the main tissues of the body There are many different types of cells in the human body. These cells would not be able to function on their own, they are […] More

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    Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 1 Study Guide

    Anatomy – the study of the form or structure and arrangement of body parts and their relationships Physiology – the study of the functions of the body parts or structures and their relationships in maintaining life processes. Levels of Structural Organization The human body consists of levels of structural organization that are associated with one […] More

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    Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 1 Study Guide

    Anatomy – the study of the form or structure and arrangement of body parts and their relationships Physiology – the study of the functions of the body parts or structures and their relationships in maintaining life processes. Levels of Structural Organization The human body consists of levels of structural organization that are associated with one […] More

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    Anatomy and Physiology Study Guide for Unit 2

    1) What are the parts of an atom? Where are the subatomic particles found? Protons, neutrons, and electrons. In the nucleus and on the orbitals and sub-orbitals of the atom. 2) How does the Atomic Mass # differ from the Atomic #? Atomic mass # is the sum of all protons and neutrons in the […] More

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    Human Anatomy

    1.Dependent Variable: plasma levels of glucose, ketones, insulin, and glucagon 2.Independent Variable: food and beverage intake 3.Controlled Variables: physical activity, caffeine and alcohol intake, gender, age, BMI 4.Why were physical activity and caffeine and alcohol intake the controlled variables? 5.What type of assay was used to measure plasma glucose and ketone levels? 6.What type of […] More

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    Anatomy & Physiology

    B lymphocytes develop in red bone marrow, T lymphocytes develop in red bone marrow and mature in the thymus; the other formed elements develop in red bone marrow 3. What is erythropoiesis? Which factors speed up and slow down erythropoiesis? Erythropoiesis is the process by which red blood cells (erythrocytes) are produced. If you lose […] More

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    Anatomy and Physiology

    Activity 1: Tissue Types 1-1: List the four types of tissue found in the human body and give an example of each. 1. Epithelial example: Skin 2. Connective example: Tendons 3. Muscle example: Muscles of heart 4. Nervous example: Brain Activity 2: Epithelial tissue 2-1: What are the characteristics of epithelial tissue? Polarity, Specialized contacts, […] More

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    Anatomy and Physiology (M1 and D1)

    How Energy is used in the Body (M1) We get chemical energy from food we eat and oxygen that we breathe –we need this to get energy into a usable form to be used by the cells Glucose + Oxygen —————-> Carbon Dioxide + Water (C6H12O6) (O2) Metabolism (CO2) (H2O) (1C6H12O6) (6O2) In Cells (6CO2) […] More

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    Principles of Anatomy and Physiology

    A tissue is an assemblage of similar cells and cell products performing a specific activity and are located in different organs of the body. Tissues form the building blocks of an organism. They are composed of individual cells which consequently are composed of several organelles. There are four types of tissues in animals and they […] More