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Anatomy review
Define anatomy, physiology, homeostasis, metabolism, anatomical position
Describe superior, inferior, medial, lateral, anterior, posterior, superficial, deep,
distal, proximal
Organization– atom, organelle, cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism
Planes – saggital, transverse, frontal/coronal
Cavities – dorsal, ventral, thoracic, abdominopelvic, cranial, spinal
Describe the roles water and oxygen play in the human body
Define enzyme
Define selectively permeable, osmosis, filtration, differentiation
Explain how diffusion aids in the exchange of gases within the body
Distinguish between anabolism and catabolism
Distinguish between aerobic and anaerobic respiration
Describe the four main types of tissues using general functions and characteristics
Name and describe the four types of membranes
Name the five structures of the integumentary system and their functions
Explain the role of the integumentary system in body temperature regulation
What are the five sections of vertebrae?
What is the purpose of the vertebral column?
What is an articulation? What connects bone to bone?
Explain the functions of bone.
Describe epiphysis, diaphysis, periosteum, articular cartilage
What are osteocytes?
Full skeleton
Bones to know…
mandible, vertebrae, clavicle, scapula, humerus, radius, ulna, carpals(as a
group), metacarpals, phalanges, sternum, ribs, ilium, femur, patella, tibia,
fibula, tarsals (as a group), metatarsals, phalanges (for lab also hyoid)
Describe the three types of muscle tissue
Explain the functions of skeletal muscle
Distinguish between tendon, ligament, aponeuroses, fascia
Explain the Sliding Filament Theory
Describe the effects of exercise on muscles
Muscle man
Muscles to know…
Frontalis, Sternocleidomastoid, Trapezius, Biceps brachii, Triceps brachii,
Pectoralis major, Rectus abdominis, External obliques, Latissimus dorsi,
Quadriceps, Hamstring , Gluteus maximus, Gastrocnemius, Tibialis anterior
(for lab also Masseter and Deltoid)
What is the purpose of the nervous system?
What are the 2 main divisions of the nervous system?
What are nerve cells called?
How is the brain protected? (3 things) Where do you find CSF?
Brain diagram –
locate: cerebrum, corpus callosum, midbrain, pons, medulla oblongata,
cerebellum… function of corpus callosum and cerebellum, 3 parts of brain stem
Endocrine system – as a group, endocrine glands secrete hormones that
regulate metabolism
The major glands are pituitary (in the brain), thyroid (in the neck),
adrenal (on top of the kidneys), and pancreas
Erythrocytes, Leukocytes, Thrombocytes – other name, function
What is hematopoiesis?
What is plasma? what’s in it?
What is coagulation?
What are the possible ABO blood types?
Who is the universal donor? universal recipient?
Where is the heart located? What is the major difference between the right and left
side?
Describe systemic and cardiopulmonary circulation.
Arteries – carry _______ blood, ______ the heart.
Veins – carry _____ blood, _____ the heart.
Capillaries – are the smallest ______, have _____ walls, which allow for?
Heart diagram –
4 chambers, 4 valves, vena cavas, aorta, pulmonary arteries/veins
Blood flow through the heart
Lymphatic system – it transports excess fluid to the bloodstream, absorbs fats,
and protects against disease-causing agents
The major structures are the lymph nodes (filters harmful particles
from fluid and produce lymphocytes), thymus, and spleen (filters foreign
particles and damaged red blood cells from the blood)
The pathway of respiration
What does the epiglottis do?
Explain gas exchange between the alveoli and capillaries.
Bones to know…
mandible, vertebrae, clavicle, scapula,
humerus, radius, ulna, carpals(as a
group), metacarpals, phalanges,
sternum, ribs, ilium, femur, patella,
tibia, fibula, tarsals (as a group),
metatarsals, phalanges (for lab also
hyoid)
Muscles to know…
Frontalis, Sternocleidomastoid,
Trapezius, Biceps brachii, Triceps
brachii, Pectoralis major, Rectus
abdominis, External obliques,
Latissimus dorsi, Quadriceps,
Hamstring , Gluteus maximus,
Gastrocnemius, Tibialis anterior (for
lab also Masseter and Deltoid)
Organs to know…
Brain, eye, ear, liver, stomach, kidney,
heart, lung, pancreas, urinary bladder,
small intestine, large intestine,
appendix, gall bladder, spleen, skin