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BIOL 2457 - Chapter One - Reading Guide

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BIOL 2457 - Chapter One - Reading Guide BIOL 2457 - 001

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Chapter One Study Guide Definitions 1. Anatomy 20. Exercise physiology 2. Physiology 21. Pathophysiology 3. Dissection 22. Metabolism 4. Embryology 23. Catabolism 5. Developmental Biology 24. Anabolism 6. Cell Biology 25. Responsiveness 7. Histology 26. Growth 8. Gross Anatomy 27. Differentiation 9. Systemic Anatomy 28. Reproduction (1) 10. Regional Anatomy 29. Reproduction (2) 11. Surface Anatomy 30. Homeostasis 12. Imaging Anatomy 31. Intercellular fluid 13. Pathological Anatomy 32. Extracellular fluid 14. Neurophysiology 33. Interstitial fluid 15. Endocrinology 34. Negative feedback system  16. Cardiovascular physiology 35. Positive feedback system  17. Immunology 36. Disorder  18. Respiratory physiology 37. Disease  19. Renal physiology 38. Local disease  39. Systemic disease  43. Pharmacology 40. Symptoms 44. Anatomical position 41. Signs  45. Prone position 42. Epidemiology  46. Supine position 47. Directional terms 48. Planes 49. Sagittal plane 50. Midsagittal plane 51. Parasagittal plane 52. Midline 53. Frontal (coronal) plane 54. Transverse plane 55. Oblique plane 56. Section 57. Body cavities 58. Cranial cavity 59. Vertebral canal 60. Pericardial cavity 61. Pleural cavities 62. Mediastinum 63. Diaphragm 64. Viscera 74. Medial 65. Membrane 75. Lateral 66. Serous membrane 76. Intermediate 67. Pleura 77. Ipsilateral 68. Pericardium 78. Contralateral 69. Peritoneum 79. Proximal 70. Superior 80. Distal 71. Inferior 81. Superficial 72. Anterior 82. Deep (Internal) 73. Posterior 83. Medical imaging Questions 1. What are the six levels of structural organization? 2. What are the eleven systems of the body? a. What organs are within them? b. What are their functions? 3. What does the trunk consist of? 4. What does the upper limb consist of? 5. What does the lower limb consist of? 6. What are the nine abdominopelvic regions? 7. What is another name for the umbilicus?  8. What forms the thoracic cavity?  9. What forms the cranial cavity?  10. What does the cranial cavity protect? 11. What forms the vertebral canal? 12. What does the vertebral canal contain? 13. What are the meninges?  14. Where is the mediastinum located? 15. What shape is the diaphragm? 16. What are the differences between science and religion? 17. What are the seven characteristics of life? 18. What are the eight common misconceptions about evolution? 19. What are the two views of the history of life? Briefly explain each. 20. What are the principles of evolution? 21. The abdominopelvic cavity extends from the  ______________ to the _____________. 22. What are two parts of the serous membrane? 23. What do the two parts of the serous membrane do? 24. Where are synovial cavities found? 25. The abdominopelvic region is used to describe the ___________ of _____________ and  ________ organs. 26. Name seven medical imaging techniques. 27. How long have x­rays been in use?


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