BIOL 2443 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Gross Anatomy, Cell Physiology, Histology

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Lecture 7: organ systems overview: what is anatomy and physiology, anatomy is the oldest medical science (~1600 bc) the study of structures of the body, physiology is the study of functions of anatomical structures. Levels of organization: the chemical (or molecular) level, atoms are the smallest chemical units, molecules are a group of atoms working together, the cellular level. Integumentary system: major organs, skin, hair, sweat glands, nails, functions, physical barrier and protection, sensory input, body temperature regulation, drug delivery, topical, transdermal, subcutaneous, skeletal system, major organs, bones, cartilages, associated ligaments, bone marrow. Joints: functions, protection and support for other tissues. Monday, august 27, 2018: calcium and mineral storage, blood cell formation, drug delivery: Intraosseus: muscular system, major organs, skeletal muscles and associated tendons, functions, provides moment, provides protection and support for other tissues, generate heat used to maintain body temperature, drug delivery:

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