Embryology & Human Biology
REPRODUCTION & EMBRYONICDEVELOPMENT OF AN ORGANISM Organisms have  the ability to  reproduce by  sexual or asexual  means
I. Embryonic Development:The basic body plan is established early indevelopment• Process of DEVELOPING a multicellular  EM...
A. _FERTILIZATION : fusion of egg and spermduring sexual reproduction to produce a diploidzygote cell
B. _CLEAVAGE: repeated mitotic divisions of azygote that makes a mass of cells• Takes several days• Cells have no function...
C. _GASTRULATION: development of amultilayered embryo
• Cell Differentiation: embryo forms DIFFERENT  tissue layers and cells SPECIALIZE to carry out a  particular FUNCTION
• Cause:  a. Different GENES are ACTIVATED and     signal cells to have different functions     (example: liver, heart, bl...
Metamorphosis• _CHANGE in an animal’s APPEARANCE or  structure from one stage to another through cell  growth and differen...
Nutrition/Lifestyle:• Diabetes (type2): poor diet high in sugar leads to  insulin insensitivity  **body’s insulin tries to...
II. THE HUMAN BODY• Later in embryonic development,  organs, made up of various tissue  types, and organ systems work  tog...
• The body has been organized into 11 body systems  that work together to maintain homeostasis and  supports the major PRO...
_HOMEOSTASIS : steady internal state or condition
The body has FEEDBACK mechanisms that respond to changes in the organisms environment and will REVERSE the direction of t...
The body’s NERVOUS and ENDOCRINE systems along with other systems monitor body conditions inside and out
Changes in an organism’s homeostasis could be due to:  a. _DISEASE AGENTS such as bacteria 0r     viruses  b. Changing PH...
III. EXAMPLES OF HOMEOSTASIS• Cells function in a NARROW range of  physical conditions  a. Temperature: body sweats to mai...
How is your homeostasis       How does your body react todisrupted on a daily basis?   correct the situation?
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Embrylogy & human body

  1. 1. Embryology & Human Biology
  2. 2. REPRODUCTION & EMBRYONICDEVELOPMENT OF AN ORGANISM Organisms have the ability to reproduce by sexual or asexual means
  3. 3. I. Embryonic Development:The basic body plan is established early indevelopment• Process of DEVELOPING a multicellular EMBRYO is quite complex and takes many steps
  4. 4. A. _FERTILIZATION : fusion of egg and spermduring sexual reproduction to produce a diploidzygote cell
  5. 5. B. _CLEAVAGE: repeated mitotic divisions of azygote that makes a mass of cells• Takes several days• Cells have no function yet
  6. 6. C. _GASTRULATION: development of amultilayered embryo
  7. 7. • Cell Differentiation: embryo forms DIFFERENT tissue layers and cells SPECIALIZE to carry out a particular FUNCTION
  8. 8. • Cause: a. Different GENES are ACTIVATED and signal cells to have different functions (example: liver, heart, blood cells, muscle cells) b. The ENVIRONMENT can also influence differentiation Ex: Metamorphosis Ex: Nutrition and Lifestyle
  9. 9. Metamorphosis• _CHANGE in an animal’s APPEARANCE or structure from one stage to another through cell growth and differentiation• May be influenced by change in HABITAT or behavior
  10. 10. Nutrition/Lifestyle:• Diabetes (type2): poor diet high in sugar leads to insulin insensitivity **body’s insulin tries to push the “gas pedal” but cells can’t react
  11. 11. II. THE HUMAN BODY• Later in embryonic development, organs, made up of various tissue types, and organ systems work together to support the needs of the entire organism
  12. 12. • The body has been organized into 11 body systems that work together to maintain homeostasis and supports the major PROCESSES required for LIFE
  13. 13. _HOMEOSTASIS : steady internal state or condition
  14. 14. The body has FEEDBACK mechanisms that respond to changes in the organisms environment and will REVERSE the direction of the UNWANTED change
  15. 15. The body’s NERVOUS and ENDOCRINE systems along with other systems monitor body conditions inside and out
  16. 16. Changes in an organism’s homeostasis could be due to: a. _DISEASE AGENTS such as bacteria 0r viruses b. Changing PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL, or ENVIRONMENTAL conditions such as temperature, atmosphere, light exposure
  17. 17. III. EXAMPLES OF HOMEOSTASIS• Cells function in a NARROW range of physical conditions a. Temperature: body sweats to maintain normal level b. Blood pH: breathing controls CO2 levels in blood c. Blood Sugar: insulin secreted from pancreas removes glucose from the blood
  18. 18. How is your homeostasis How does your body react todisrupted on a daily basis? correct the situation?
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