BIOB33H3 Lecture Notes - Cranial Cavity, Abdominal Cavity, Nasal Cavity
Textbook material - orange (based on chapters 1 & 3) The study of the relationship between body parts. The study of structures that cannot be seen without magnification. Osteocyte: osteo = bone, cyte = cell. The study of structures that can be seen without magnification. Surface anatomy: refers to the superficial anatomical markings. Regional anatomy: refers to all structures in a specific area of the body, whether they are superficial or deep. Systemic anatomy: the study of the organ systems of the body (digestive system, cardiovascular system, etc. ) Embryology: the study of early developmental stages; study of the first 6 weeks of fetal life. Comparative anatomy: - considers different types of animals. Over a dozen elements in the body. Four of them make up 99% of the body - hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen. Major classes of compounds water, carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleic acid. Cell - the smallest living unit in the body.