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UT - Co- 107 - Class Notes - Week 1

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UT - Co- 107 - Class Notes - Week 1

School: University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Department: Co-op
Course: Anatomy for GGC
Term: Fall 2016
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Name: 5_23Anatomy_notes_.pdf
Description: This was for the first exam Georgia Gwinnett College
Uploaded: 09/19/2016
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background image Anatomy 1             5- 23-16
Chapter 1 
Overview of Anatomy and Physiology 
Anatomy: scientific discipline that investigates the body’s structure  Physiology: scientific investigation of the process or functions of 
living things 
Topics of Anatomy  Gross or macroscopic: structures examined without the microscope  o Regional: studied area by area
o Systemic: studied system by system
o Surface: external from and relation to deeper structures as x-ray
in anatomic imaging  Microscopic: structures seen with the microscope  o Cytology: cellular anatomy
o Histology: study of tissues 
Topics of Physiology  Reveals  dynamic  nature of living things Consider operations of  specific organ systems  o Cell physiology: examines processes in cells
o Neurophysiology: focuses on the nervous system
o Pathology: Looking at tissue 
o Exercise physiology: exercise impacts physiology 
Structural and functional organizations Chemical level Atoms
Molecules
Cellular level Tissue level Organ Level Organ System Level Organism  Systems: 1. Endocrine
2. Skeletal
3. Digestive
4. Nervous
5. Respiratory
6. Muscular
7. Cardiac
background image 8. Reproductive
9. Lymphatic/ Immune 
10.
Integumentary  11. Urinary  Characteristic of life Organization: condition in which there are specific relationships and 
functions 
Metabolism: all chemical reactions of the body  Responsiveness: ability to sense changes and adjust  Growth Development: changes over time Differentiation: change from general to specific 
Morphogenesis: change in shape of tissues, organs 
Reproduction: new cells versus organisms  Homeostasis  Stable environment Values of variables fluctuate around the  set point  to establish  a normal  range  of values Set point:  the ideal normal value of a variable o What is the set point for body temperature?   Negative Feedback Page 11 o Figure 1-3A 1. Change detected  o receptor detects change  2. Receptor sends change to control center  o always aware of set point
o control determines your set point
o compares it to the information from the receptor 
o determines a course of action 
3. Control center send the course of action to the effector/s 4. effectors carry out the change   5. Course of action should get you back to your set point  Positive Feedback  When a deviation occurs, response is to make the deviation greater  o Leads away from homeostasis 
o Leads away from set point
Childbirth  Blood clotting 

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Course: Anatomy for GGC
Term: Fall 2016
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Description: This was for the first exam Georgia Gwinnett College
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