1. Please define the terms anatomy and physiology. Explain the connection between anatomy and physiology within the human body; basically how do they influence one another? Then using the terminology of the anatomical landmarks/regions and directional terms, please write 2 example sentences with proper usage. For example, “the axilla region is superior to the cubital region of the body”.
The physiology and anatomy is the study of structure within the body and how it function. This approach is used when studying the structure on the nervous system or cells work. Microscopic and Macroscopic is the study of the smallest parts of the body and how they come together to make larger parts and more complex structures and systems. Microscopic and macroscopic approach is use when studying how cells combine to make organs. The body system approach is the study of the body’s organs and how they function together inside the body.
Section 1 The Human Body: An Orientation 1. Define the following terms: a) Anatomy Anatomy is the study of structures in the body b) Physiology Physiology is the study of the functions of the body 2. Discuss the relationship between anatomy and physiology Both anatomy and physiology allow a person to understand how our bodies work and why they work that way. This is why both anatomy and physiology are intertwined and studied together. 3.
Then using the terminology of the anatomical landmarks/regions and directional terms, please write 2 example sentences with proper usage. For example, “the axilla region is superior to the cubital region of the body”. Anatomy is the study of the structure of the body. Physiology is the study of the functions of the body. Anatomy and physiology are connected because once the structure is figured out, then its functions can be understood.
Anatomy and Physiology are studied together but differ in many ways but go hand in hand in studying the human body. Anatomy is the study of the relationships of the body structures. Anatomy was first studied by dissections of the body’s structures and the relationships the body shares with these structures. Studies of anatomy include: developmental biology, embryology, histology, gross anatomy, cell biology, systemic anatomy, surface anatomy, regional anatomy, pathological anatomy, and imaging anatomy. Physiology is the study of how the parts work and the body’s function.
* Stefan is referring to the two s-shaped bones. C. Which surface markings could Stefan use to distinguish the right humerus from the left? * By locating the anterior and posterior ends of the bone or locating the superior end of the bone. The proximal end has of the humerus has a rounded head that articulates with the glenoid cavity of the scapula. By locating it the he can tell if it is right or left when placed close to the midline of the body.
For example, during this course, you might take a look at how the heart performs its particular function. The relationship between the healthcare provider and his or her patients would be lot stronger cause the healthcare provider know her Anatomy and Physiology, she will able to help them understand better what going on with their body and what is the cause of it. When taking a basic anatomy course your goal should be learn and understand the structures and function of the
The enzyme of this experiment was the yeast Peroxidase and the substrate of the experiment was hydrogen peroxide which was diluted by water. Hydrogen peroxide is toxis to most living organisms. Many organisms are capable of enzymatically destroying the hydrogen peroxide before it can do much damage. Hydrogen peroxide can be converted to oxygen and water (Masterman, David, and Kelly Redding). In the experiment, the rate of enzyme activity under various conditions such as different enzyme concentrations, pH values, and temperatures will be measured.
All living organisms rather great or small contain a cell or cells which is the most minute element of the organism. The cells contributes to the organisms structural and the functional design, either independently or coordinately inwhich each cell performs a specialized function. The second element in the organozation of life is tissue which is a collaberation of multiple cells that maintain a common function such as connective tissue like the skin, the heart and the arteries. composed together, groups of tissue form an organ, each organ is associated with a particular organ system that carries out a common purpose such as the cardiovascular system which consists of the heart, lungs, arteries, veins, capillaries and lymphatic vessels. together, this group of tissue os responsible for circulating blood throughout the body acting as a catalyst delivering oxygen, nutrients and hormones through the bodies tissues while simutaniously discarding carbon monoxide and other metabolic wastes.
Diagrams: see page -5- Function: Since there are many types of Epithelial Tissues, they all have different functioning and purposes for each specific one. Epithelium provides protection to protect the tissue from injuries. It can also filter, absorb, and diffuse many kinds’ substances. The function of absorb is used for absorbing the nutrients from the digestion of the food that comes from a humans mouth. When a Simple Squamous Epithelium diffuses substances it means it diffuses because the Epithelial Tissue is very thin.