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Shapes and postions of the different body parts
Anatomy
The function of the body parts
Physiology
Shapes of the different body parts
morphology
solute + solvent=
A solution
5 things you need to live?
water, food, oxygen, heat, pressure
a column of ain. Used to puch air into our lungs
atmospheric pressure
Column of fluids on a surface. (blood pressure)
Hydrostatic pressure
More of this casuses more Solute
osmotic pressure
level of organation
atom, molecule (2+atoms), macromolecule, organelle, CELL, tissues, organs (2+ tissues), organ systems, ORGANISM
to be healthy and to maintian a internal stable inviroment
homostasis
The mechanism of homostasis...
... is by a negative feed back mechanism
the bodys thermastat (brain)
hypothalamus
2 organ systems are needed to acheive homostasis
nervous system, endocrain system
body temp.
+ 37 C
-
exocrine glands
* have canalas (ducts)
* secretions functions on surface it has been delivered to.
ex: sweat glands, salivary glands
uper part of the stomach
pancreas
cells: acrimar -> digestive juices -> are delieveered to samll intestant by a pancreatic canal to help in food digestion
exocrime portion of pancreas
- islets of langerhams
-cells: hormones
-alpha -> glucagon
-beta -> insulin
-delta -> somatostatin
endocrine portion of the pancreas
solute + solvent=
A solution
5 things you need to live?
water, food, oxygen, heat, pressure
a column of ain. Used to puch air into our lungs
atmospheric pressure
Column of fluids on a surface. (blood pressure)
Hydrostatic pressure
More of this casuses more Solute
osmotic pressure
level of organation
atom, molecule (2+atoms), macromolecule, organelle, CELL, tissues, organs (2+ tissues), organ systems, ORGANISM
to be healthy and to maintian a internal stable inviroment
homostasis
The mechanism of homostasis...
... is by a negative feed back mechanism
the bodys thermastat (brain)
hypothalamus
2 organ systems are needed to acheive homostasis
nervous system, endocrain system
body temp.
+ 37 C
-
exocrine glands
* have canalas (ducts)
* secretions functions on surface it has been delivered to.
ex: sweat glands, salivary glands
*duct less
*secreation=homones released into body fluids (blood)
*hormones have to TRAVLE to TARGET SITE to then PREFORM its FUNCTION
*ex: pituitary gland
endocrine gland