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Artifact (where is it)

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  • 1. Julio Katherine Nashaira Gentry RaeganSome may wonder what the study of body structures isYet here I am to tell you that Anatomy is what it isThe study of body’s functions you may askPhysiology is your answer to that taskBut both these words are the show bizWhy don’t you come join our organization?You have the Biochemical Unit of our generationThe internal changes you’ve been going through is all part of your metabolismThe way you react to stimuli makes your responsiveness beyond naturalismYour internal environment is all part of your stability standardizationYou may ask why there are changes in form or functions throughout our lifetimeWell the answer to that question is development lifelineYet do not confuse this with an increase in size through a chemical changeBecause then we would be talking about growth and that’s a different rangeDaughters yearn for the day they become mothersIn order to do this they must go through reproduction to produce brothersThe new baby who has been born will go through evolutionCausing him to go through genetic changes passed on by generationsThese are all part of our life’s characteristics which our life covers
  • 2. Our bodies can be considered conceptually at seven structural levelsSmallest to largest is the way to categorize these levelsAtom, molecule, macromolecule, organelle, cell, tissue, organ, organ system and complete organismThe list cannot be altered due to the composition and size of each organismTherefore that is why their each at their own multilevelWhat are the interactions between atoms and their combinations into molecules?Chemical is the answer and water is one of these moleculesWe ask what the microscopic structure in a cell isThe answer to that is the organelleThat’s why the basic unit of living organism is a cell because it creates solitudeA group of cell with similar structure and function is a tissueTherefore an organ is composed of two or more different types of tissuesWe ask ourselves what is a group of organs with a unique collective function?Yet we neglect to remember that the digestive system is an organ system with a unique functionTherefore a single complete individual is an organism just like youAs an organism our bodies try to maintain fairly stable chemical and physical internal fluid conditionsThis terminology is referred to as homeostasis which is taught by physiciansSometimes we wonder how it is that we sense the changes in our bodiesI must let you know the reason for this is because of the receptors in your bodyThis is why we should take care of ourselves because it is our mission
  • 3. In our bodies we have a structure that processes the information which is called the integrating centerWe also have a structure that carries out the response that restores homeostasis, called the effectorThanks to these structures we are able to produce a self-amplifying cycle that causes rapid changeThis cycle is called positive feedback, with an opposite cycle: negative feedback which opposes changeIn other words called Homeostasis which is our bodies most important process yet our centerIf we wished to divide our bodies into right and left we would cut a sagittal planeYet dividing ourselves in half from the midline would create a midsagittal planeOur bodies can be divided into many parts and another form is ParasagittalThis is a plane to the right or left of the midline also referred to as the midsagittalThese are the most common cuts that our body can be divided into also known as planesIf you’re wondering, can’t our bodies be divided into more parts? You’re rightOur bodies can be cut into a transverse cut which divides the body into superior and inferior partsAlso a section that divides our bodies into anterior and posterior portions is called a coronalWe refer to something that is towards the belly it is called ventral and towards the spine it is dorsalAnterior is to the front as posterior is to the back, as the aorta which is anterior goes to the heartThe study of anatomy consists of many directional termsWhen something is close to the point of attachment it is called proximal termWhat is something that is farther from the point of attachment origin?This term is called distal, near or toward the midline of the body, central is the way to goIf you’re looking for what’s away from the midline or the center of the body that is the peripheral term
  • 4. If you feel the heat of the stove it means it is closer to your body surface which means it’s superficialNow when we talk about your bones they are farther from your body surface so they’re not superficialYour bones are deepWhen you divide your body into right arm and right leg that’s ipsilateral and that’s no peepRight arm and left leg; contralateral it is and that’s officialAbove you’re superiorBelow you’re inferiorWhen you move toward the midsagittal your body is medialBut when you move away from the midsagittal your body is lateralNow let’s move on to the body organizations because their cheerierLet’s talk about the urethra, the tube that leads from the urinary bladder to the outside of the bodyWe have the anatomical positions: symmetry, ipsilateral and contralateral of the bodyBody cavities and major organs in each includes dorsal: cranial and spinalVentral: thoracic cavity, pelvic and abdominalAbdominal regions we have nine in our bodiesThere are four abdominal quadrantsWe have two body regions: axial and appendicularOur body has its own body types also known as somatotypeEndomorph, mesomorph and ectomorph are the typesThe region most distal it’s the digital and that’s quite articular

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