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The following are Biology 201 terms that will be used in Biology 202. Biology 202 is a continuation of biology
201 and since we stress homeostasis in both courses there will be a fair amount of information from biology 201
that is used in 202. The following terms you are expected to know and be able to use in biology 202.
Anatomical position
Directional terms
Body planes and sections
Body cavities
Homeostasis
Negative feedback
Positive feedback
Intracellular fluid (ICF)
Extracellular fluid (ECF)
Interstitial fluid
Epithelial tissues
Cells and their arrangements
Gap junctions and desmosomes
Classification & function
Endothelium
Mesothelium
Connective tissues
Cells and fibers
Fibroblasts
Matrix
Classification and function
Membranes
Serous and mucous
Bone tissue
Cells and the matrix
Calcitonin
Parathyroid horomone
Pelvic girdle
Neurons
Ions of neuron physiology
Neurotransmitters
Sodium pump
Potassium pump
Acetylcholine
Epinephrine
Acetylcholinesterase
Nerves
Neuroglia cells
Sensory neurons & Motor neurons
Osmoreceptors
Chemoreceptors
Proprioreceptors
Excitability
Resting membrane potential
Depolarization
Afferent
Efferent
Effector
Tract
Ganglion
Nucleus (CNS)
Cerebrum
Hypothalamus
All regulatory aspects of the hypothalamus
Regulation of the ANS
Brain stem
Functions and components
Pons
Functions and centers for survival
Vagus nerve
Phrenic nerve
Spinal reflexes
Visceral reflexes
Center for a reflex
Stimulus
Autonomic nervous system
Sympathetic nervous system
Components and specific functions
Parasympathetic nervous system
Components and functions
neurotransmitters
Antagonistic effect of sympathetic and
parasympathetic
Splanchnic nerves
Cholinergic
Adrenergic
SLUDD
Blood brain barrier
Skeletal muscle
Muscle physiology
Cellular respiration
Aerobic respiration
Anaerobic respiration
Oxygen debt
Glycogen
Myoglobin
Role of ions in skeletal muscles
Tetanus
Cardiac muscle
Special features of cardiac muscle
Location
Gap junctions and Intercalated discs
Smooth muscle
Histology
Kinds
Location and function