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Date Created: 09/11/14
Physiology Orientation 1 Topics of Physiology human body function A Renal urinary system 1 Filters out blood 2 Whatever s pulled out becomes ltrate 3 Then transforms into urine B Neuro nervous system 1 The system that never sleeps C Cardiovascular heart cardiac system functions 1 Cardiology specializes in heart 2 Angz390I0gy function of blood vessels 3 Hemat0l0gy blood function 4 How is blood acquired Call out phlebotomist II Complementarity of Structure amp Function A Function re ects structure 1 Bone protects softer tissues and vital organs hard because they re mineralized 2 Valves found in the heart prevents back ow B Principle CANNOT separate function and structure III Levels of Organization 1 Chemical simplest level 2 Cellular 3 Tissues 4 Organs 5 Systems 6 Organisms most complex IV Necessary Life Functions A Maintaining Boundaries 1 Internal a Cellular level cell plasma membranes have receptors signals that separates the outside environment from the inside 2 External a Organism level skin integument depends on the depth of the lesion If it is a deep gash then it can hurt the boundaries B Responsiveness l Stimuli any condition or action that incites a physiological activity causing a response 2 Response reaction from stimuli does not stay the same in entire life C Movement 1 Somatic body movement that s voluntary control a Exception i Blinking oculi muscles ii Breathing diaphragm and intercostal muscles in between ribs 2 Visceral no control every other movement that s internal a Examples i Heart beating ii Vasoconstriction blood vessel pressure iii Peristalsis as food moves through the intestine
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