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Define: Anatomy
The sturcture of body parts and theur relationship to one another
what hard is to the bone
Define: Physiology
the function of body parts and how they carry out their life sustaining activites
Define: Gross anatomy
the study of large body stuctures visible to the naked eye
what's another name for gross anatomy?
Marcoscopic anatomy
define regional anatomy
all stuctures in a aprticular region of teh body like the abdomen (muscle, vessels)
Systemic anatomy
study of systems like the cardiovascular system
surface anatomy
the study of internal stuctures as theu relate to the overlying skin surface
the study of the cells of the body
the study of the tissue
Developmental anatomy
studying how one develops overthe course of their life span
developmental anatomy focusing on the development before birth.
Pathological anatomy
is the study of sturctural changes as a result to disease
Radiograpic anatomy
is the study of the structure as seen through an x-ray or special scanning procedures.
Molecular biology
molecules are examined. in other words, chemical substances.
Ranal psysiology
study of the function of the kidney and urine production
Neuro physiology
explains teh working of the nervous system
Cardiovascular physiology
examines how the heart and its vessels operate.
what events does physiology tend to truly focuse on the most?
events at a cellular or molecular level because the body's abilities depends on thos of its individual cells and they inturn depend on the chemical reactions that occures around them
principle of complementarity of structure and function
how stucture and fucntion work together. for ex. the bone are hard (structure) to protect (function) bodily organs.
what are the 6 Levels of Structuaral Organization?
1. Chemical level (simplest)
2. Celluar level
3. Tissue level
4. Organ level
5. Organ system
6. Organismal Level
Tell me about the cheimcal level of Structuaral Organization
here, atoms turn into molecules which turns into oragelles, the basic component of Cells.