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  • Welcome to Anatomy/Physiology!
    • Please do the following :
    • Pick up book near flag
    • Pick up paperwork:
      • Index card
      • Syllabus
      • Calendar
      • Safety Contract
      • Ch. 1 Crossword
    • Find your seat & fill out card.
      • Name
      • Book #
      • Condition of book – be specific, you’re responsible for damage.
  • Syllabus & Calendar
    • Parent Signature due by Friday!
    • College Credit Now
      • Recognized by Chemeketa
      • $25 each quarter (Winter & Spring)
      • Equivalent to Bi 071 & 072
      • Recommended for A & B grades
    • You are responsible for knowing due dates: see calendar, board, website, etc.
  • Chapter 1-The Human Body: An Orientation
    • Levels of Study
    • Gross Anatomy
      • Large structures
      • Easily observable
    • Microscopic Anatomy
      • Very small
      • Only viewed with a microscope
  • A vs P
    • Anatomy = Structure Physiology = Function
    • Form = Function ; Can’t have one w/o the other!
    • Life Functions : • Survival Needs
      • Maintaining boundaries - Nutrients
      • Movement - Oxygen
      • Responsiveness - Water
      • Digestion - 98.6 º F/37 º C
      • Metabolism - atmospheric pressure
      • Excretion - pH
      • Reproduction
      • Growth
  • Homeostasis
    • Maintaining stability
    • Internal balance
    • Dynamic equilibrium
    • Control Mechanisms
      • Nervous and Endocrine systems
      • Nerves and hormones carry info
      • 3 components
        • Receptor
        • Control Center
        • Effector
      • Most are negative; shuts off
  • Organ Systems – Which is What?
    • Cardiovascular
    • Digestive
    • Endocrine
    • Integumentary
    • Lymphatic
    • Muscular
    • Nervous
    • Reproductive
    • Respiratory
    • Skeletal
    • Urinary
    • Heart, Veins, Arteries
    • Guts, metabolism
    • Hormones
    • External covering
    • Plasma return, Immune
    • Muscles
    • Brain, nerves, etc.
    • Production of offspring
    • Air exchange
    • Bones
    • Excretes nitrogenous waste
  • Language of Anatomy
    • Anatomical Position
    • Directional Terms
      • Anterior / Posterior
      • Superior / Inferior
      • Medial / Lateral
      • Intermediate
      • Proximal / Distal
      • Superficial / Deep
    • Know Regional terms
    • The wrist is __ to the hand.
    • The breastbone is __ to the spine.
    • The brain is __ to the spinal cord.
    • The lungs are __ to the stomach.
    • The thumb is __ to the fingers.
  • Body Planes & Sections
    • Sagittal – longitudinal into Left & Right
      • Also called Midsagittal or Median if equal
    • Frontal – longitudinal into front & back
      • Also called Coronal
    • Transverse – horizontal into top & bottom
      • Also called Cross section
  • Body Cavities
    • Dorsal Body Cavity
      • Well protected by bone
      • Cranial
      • Spinal
    • Ventral Body Cavity
      • Less protected
      • Thoracic
      • Abdominal
      • Pelvic
      • (Abdominopelvic)
    Spinal
  • Body Divisions
    • Medical Anatomist
      • 4 quadrants - 9 regions
    Only relates to the abdominopelvic cavity
  • Anterior Body Landmarks
    • Abdominal
    • Acromial
    • Antecubital
    • Axillary
    • Brachial
    • Buccal
    • Carpal
    • Cervical
    • Coxal
    • Crural
    • Digital
    • Femoral
    • Fibular
    • Inguinal
    • Nasal
    • Oral
    • Orbita;
    • Patellar
    • Pelvic
    • Pubic
    • Sternal
    • Tarsal
    • Thoracic
    • Umbilical
  •  
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  • Posterior Body Landmarks
    • Acromial
    • Brachial
    • Cephalic
    • Crural
    • Cubital
    • Deltoid
    • Dorsum
    • Femoral
    • Gluteal
    • Lumbar
    • Occipital
    • Perineal
    • Plantar
    • Popliteal
    • Sacral
    • Scapular
    • Sural
    • Vertebral
  • Sural Deltoid Scapular