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Anatomy Performance Assessment
Choose a single movement that is directly associated with your major. It must be
specific. For that chosen movement you must use the following 11 systems to
anatomically describe your body during this motion and each systems reaction to the
Each system you choose needs to have a labeled drawing. (you may have 2 drawings that
incorporate 2 systems each). The drawing needs to show all the systems involved. You
may not print out drawings, but you may trace them, or free hand them. You can make
overlays of your drawing to show these systems, or you can make separate drawings of
the systems. Be sure to include the following based on the rubric:
Muscular (any muscles involved)
Circulatory (blood movement, and transfer of 02 and sugars)
Respiratory (include diaphragm and breathing)
Nervous (brain and nerve impulses, both sensory and motor nerves)
Sensory (eyes, ears, semi-circular canals, touch, etc.)
Metabolism (how is energy being directed to the cells that are working)
Integument (sensitivity with the skin, and possible sweating if appropriate)
Skeletal (be sure to include the joints involved in the movement)
Digestive (be sure to include break down and absorption of food)
Urinary (be sure to include the kidneys, absorption and cleaning of blood)
Brain (be sure to include all the parts of brain that are working)
(unless it is directly related to your movement you can skip excretory and lymphatic)
Tissue You must choose 3 of your systems to provide tissue detail in.
Accompanying each of your diagrams is a 1 1/2 page double spaced typed paper that
goes through the motion you have chosen step by step, detailing the system you are
highlighting, and the involvement of that system during the motion. Keep the following
terms in mind while making this project:
Orientation terms (dorsal, ventral, anterior, posterior, etc.)
Semi-permeable membrane
Tissue Types
Synergistic/ Antagonistic