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Class Notes for 1001NSC at Griffith University

Human Biology

1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Prone Position, Outline Of Human Anatomy, Basal Lamina

Weeks 12 Week 1 4th March Human anatomy: stay of structures of the human body Human physiology: study of function of the human body Cystology: study of cells Histology: study of tissues Systematic anatomy: study of the st...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall
1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Ovarian Ligament, Labia Minora, Lamina Propria

The Female Reproductive System Functions: Produces female gametes (oocyteseggs) Provides an environment for foetal development Produces female sex hormones Ovaries: Paired female gonads homologous to testes in males Lie i...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall
1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sella Turcica, Exocrine Gland, Edema

The Endocrine System Endocrine and nervous systems are integrated, working in coordination to maintain survival and homeostasis of individual Endocrine system controlled by: Internal environment (humoral responses) Nervous...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall
1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Creatinine, Small Intestine, Helicobacter Pylori

The Urinary System Anatomy: Kidneys: contain nephrons Ureters: tubes from kidneys to bladder Bladder: urine storage Urethra: tube by which urine leaves the body Physiology: Conservation of watersalts Some glucose supply us...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall
1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Inner Cell Mass, Acrosome, Syncytiotrophoblast

Embryonic Development Three stages in embryonic development: Growth Differentiation Morphogenesis Ovum must be fertilised within 1224 hours Sperm 300 million sperm in one ejaculation, only 2000 actually make it to ovum Oth...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall
1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Immunoglobulin G, Immune Complex, Bone Marrow

Immune System Signs of Inammation Anatomical: redness, swelling, heat, pain, impaired function Histological: leukocytes accumulate in inamed tissues Two main immune response pathways: Humoral pathway (invloes B lympocytes:...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall
1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Carbonic Anhydrase, Trachea, Gas Exchange

The Respiratory System Consists of: nasal cavity, oral cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, lungs, bronchial tree, alveoli, pleurae (casing of each lung) Lungs: Right side: 3 lobes Left side: 2 lobes Entry and exit points of ...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall
1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Smooth Muscle Tissue, Lymphedema, Tonsillitis

The Lymphatic System A system that collects clear uid fro the tissues of the body Network of blindended capillarylike structures (lymphatic vessels) and lter units Collects interstitial uid (uid from between the cells of t...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall
1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Apocrine, Arrector Pili Muscle, Tyrosinase

Week 3 17th March Module 2: The Integumentary System The skin and associated structures Skin: largest organ of the body, many thick layers, sweat and oil glands, hair follicles, nail, specialised nerve endings (sense of t...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall
1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Homeostasis, Higher Consciousness, Grey Matter

week 5 part 2 Neurotransmitters of love: Lust: the craving for sexual gratication. Driven by testosterone and oestrogen Attraction: characterised by euphoria when things are going well High dopamine and adrenaline levels P...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall
1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Haversian Canal, Hyaline Cartilage, Appendicular Skeleton

week 4 The Human Skeleton Compromised of bone and cartilage Provides support and protection (around important organs: brain, heart, lungs) 3 Types of cartilage: Hyaline cartilage Elastic cartilage Fibrocartilage 206 bones ...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall
1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Abo Blood Group System, Neonatal Jaundice, Anemia

New Blood Maintenance I Fluids of the blood Blood: composed of plasma (55) variety of cells (45), transports nutrients and wastes Interstital uid: bathes the cells of the body Nutrients and oxygen diffuse from the blood ...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall
1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ventricular Septal Defect, Arteriole, Pinocytosis

The Cardiovascular System Anatomy of the heart: Pericardium: outer brous sac, inner serous layer (secretes slippery uid to prevent friction) Myocardium: thick cardiac muscle walls, much thicker in left ventricle than right...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall
1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pia Mater, Dura Mater, Spinal Cord

Week 6 14th April The spinal cord: outer white matter Inner grey The brain: Outer grey, middle white, inner grey Grey: nerve cell bodies, no myelin White: axon bres, myelin present ENDOCRINE (ductless hormone secretion st...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall
1001NSC Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Astrocytoma, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Perimysium

The Muscular System Myology: the study of muscles Kinesiology: the study of movement of body parts Properties of Muscle Tissue: Excitability: respond to chemicals released from nerve cells Conductivity: ability to propane ...

Biological Sciences
1001NSC
Ann McDonall

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