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ANHB1102 Final: ANHB1102 (1)

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The nervous system is very complex the nervous system is huge. Tracts a bundle of axons in the brain and spinal chord. Pns (peripheral nervous system)
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ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cardiovascular Disease, Melatonin, Visual Impairment

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Today the strongest force of selection in humans is the gene-cultural adaptation. Many medical procedures allow better survival and affect differential
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ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Balancing Selection, Quantitative Trait Locus, Genetic Counseling

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Evolutionary genetics, or microevolution, is genetic change over time. It is the study of genetic variation within and between organisms. These causes
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ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sexual Selection, Inclusive Fitness, Human Behaviour

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When observing human behavior, there are both proximate and ultimate explanations. Proximate explanations ask what controls, elicits or modifies the ex
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ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Iliacus Muscle, Shoulder Girdle, Hip

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Human locomotion can be described as habitual, upright, bipedal and striding. Hominids are anatomically committed to being bipeds, having sacrificed ot
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ANHB1102 Final: ANHB1102 EXAM NOTES: Human Ecology

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Ecology can be defined as the relation of an organism to its environment, the study of factors determining the numbers and distribution of organisms. H
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ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Parathyroid Gland, Triiodothyronine, Blood Sugar

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Homeostasis can be defined as the maintenance of a constant internal environment despite variable external environments. Homeostasis can have short ter
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ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Collecting Duct System, Descending Limb Of Loop Of Henle, Peritubular Capillaries

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The main function of the urinary system is to maintain the volume and composition of body fluids within normal limits (osmoregulation), as well as ridd
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ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ghrelin, Digestion, Dietary Fiber

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The pancreas is both an exocrine and endocrine organ, requiring a large blood flow. The endocrine portion of the pancreas is called the islets of. Lang
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ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Prostate Cancer, Hot Flash, Mutation

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There are three mechanisms of biological growth: hyperplasia, which is increasing in number of cells, hypertrophy, which is increasing the size of cell
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ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Labial Glands, Ileum, Soft Palate

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The alimentary canal is a tube that runs from the mouth to the anus. Food moves through the alimentary canal in one direction and digestion can be halt
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ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cellular Respiration, Pulmonary Vein, Hypoventilation

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Respiration can be defined as the exchange of gases between the atmosphere, blood and the cells. It includes the movement of air from outside the body
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