A&P 1 Study Guide 1
A&P 1 Study Guide 1 Biol 2401
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Anatomy and Physiology 1: Study Guide 1 Know the following material from notes and textbook: 1. Macroscopic and gross anatomy 2. Microscopic a. Histology b. Cytology c. Regional 3. Physiology 4. Homeostasis a. When does physiology kick in? 5. Organization of the Body a. Chemical level b. Cell c. Tissue d. Organ e. Organ System f. Organismal level 6. What is the small functioning unit of an organism? 7. What are the functional characteristics of human life? 8. What is the difference between Anabolic and Catabolic steroids? 9. What are the requirements for Human Survival? 10. What is the percentage of water in a human body 11. How long can a person go without food? 12. What is an example of a micronutrient? 13. Can all vitamins be stored? 14. What happens to gasses in our blood/cell with changes in the atmosphere? 15. Figure 1.7, 1.8, 1.9 16. What is the difference between positive and negative feedback? 17. What is an example of positive feedback? 18. Know the process of negative feedback 19. Anatomical Position 20. Body Quadrants 21. Body Regions 22. Know all the directional terms 23. Know all the body planes 24. Know the different body cavities 25. Know the purpose of membranes in the human body 26. Know all the different types of Medical Imaging a. Know the positives and negatives for each 27. Know what comparative anatomy is 28. Know the four classes of organic compounds 29. Know what a proton is 30. Know what an electron is 31. Know what a neutron is Anatomy and Physiology 1: Study Guide 1 32. Know what atomic number is 33. What are the four most common elements in the human body? 34. Know what a isotope is 35. Know what a valence shell is a. How many valence electrons are in the first shell? b. How many are in the second, third, fourth…etc. shells? 36. What is an ion? 37. What is the difference between a cation and anion? 38. Know how an atom can either be negatively or positively charged. 39. Know what an Ionic bond is 40. Know what an Covalent bond is 41. Know what an Hydrogen bond is 42. How many types of covalent bonds are there? 43. Know the difference between Exergonic and Endergonic reactions 44. Know what kinetic energy is 45. Know what potential energy is 46. Know the importance of greater surface area and reactivity 47. Know the important factors that affect the rate of chemical reactions 48. Know the difference in organic and inorganic chemistry 49. Know the importance of water in the human body and as the universal solvent 50. Dehydration synthesis 51. Hydrolysis a. Monomer b. Polymer 52. Know the importance in salt 53. Know the differences and importance in acids and bases 54. Know the essential organic compounds of the body 55. Know what a monosaccharide is 56. Know what a disaccharide is 57. Know what a polysaccharide is 58. Know the function of carbs. 59. How do carbs play a role in the formation of energy? 60. What is the chemical formula for Glucose? 61. What are lipids? 62. What are triglycerides? 63. Know the difference in hydrophobic and hydrophilic 64. What are the differences between monounsaturated, polyunsaturated, plant oils, and trans fatty acids? a. How are they affected when placed in a room temperature setting? 65. Know the importance of the hydrophobic tails and hydrophilic heads in regards to phospholipids 66. Know steroids Anatomy and Physiology 1: Study Guide 1 67. Know the function of cholesterol 68. What is a protein? 69. What is an amino acid? 70. What is a peptide? 71. Know the structure of an amino acid 72. Know how many different amino acids there are 73. Know how many cannot be synthesized 74. What is a primary structure in regards to protein? 75. What is a secondary structure in regards to protein? 76. What is a tertiary structure in regards to protein? 77. What is a quaternary structure in regards to protein? 78. What condition does a person develop when they do not consume enough or no protein? 79. Know the importance of protein when they are functioning as enzymes 80. Know the four classes of nucleotides 81. Know the differences in nucleic acids in regards to DNA,RNA, and ATP 82. What is a purine? 83. What is a pyramidine? 84. How many strands or sugar phosphate back bones does DNA have? 85. How many strands does RNA have? 86. What is ATP? How does the body utilize it? 87. What is phosphorylation?
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