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ANA 113 Human Anatomy is a Biology course at UB taught by the following professor: Judith Tamburlin. 3 elite notetakers have produced 9 study materials for this Biology course.
This is my first set of notes! If you have feedback or anything you feel needs to be better about them I would love to know so I can provide better notes! These notes cover Lecture 1 of anatomy and physiology, focussing mainly on important structures and functions of a cell.
This is an overview of the cell cycle. It goes over the stages of interphase and the mitotic phase, general information about cell division, and specific cellular adaptations.
These notes go over some of the tissues in our body, their functions, and properties.
This study guide is what I feel a "shortened" version of the most important things to know from lectures 13-29, excluding 26 and 27 because they are not on the exam.
These notes focus on the endocrine system, the different glands involved, and the hormones they secrete, and the function of those hormones.
These notes cover lecture 26 on respiration.
These notes cover lecture 27 respiration II key points and concepts.
These notes cover all the main points of the endocrine system, respiratory system, digestive system, urinary system, and reproductive system.
Lecture 1 and Lecture 2 were covered in the first week
Blue are my written additions and pink are side notes. Red stars are important for exams.
Lecture 3, 4 and 7 covered in Week 2 for ANA 113
Lectures 8 and 6
Lectures 9, 11 and 12 covered in week 4
These are what Dr. Tamberlin discussed briefly in class and in lab.
A summary of what will be on exam 2
what will be covered on each topic in exam 1
Topics for test 3 ana113