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Human Biology II: Being Human

ANHB1102 Final: ANHB1102 (1)

ANHB 1102 CHELSEA GRAY The Nervous System: L1 The nervous system is very complex the nervous system is huge The nervous system is the foundation of our conscious experience, personality and behaviour an injured nervous sys...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea
ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cardiovascular Disease, Melatonin, Visual Impairment
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TOPIC FIFTEEN: Evolution and Disease Human Evolution and the Modern Anatomy: Today the strongest force of selection in humans is the genecultural adaptation. Many medical procedures allow better survival and affect differe...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea
ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Balancing Selection, Quantitative Trait Locus, Genetic Counseling
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TOPIC TWELVE: Genetics Evolutionary Genetics: Evolutionary genetics, or microevolution, is genetic change over time. It is the study of genetic variation within and between organisms. These causes of genetic variatio...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea
ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sexual Selection, Inclusive Fitness, Human Behaviour
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TOPIC THIRTEEN: Human Behaviour Function and Evolution of Human Behaviour: When observing human behavior, there are both proximate and ultimate explanations. Proximate explanations ask what controls, elicits or modif...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea
ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Iliacus Muscle, Shoulder Girdle, Hip
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TOPIC ELEVEN: Locomotion Human Locomotion: Human locomotion can be described as habitual, upright, bipedal and striding. Hominids are anatomically committed to being bipeds, having sacrificed other options for it. Hu...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea
ANHB1102 Final: ANHB1102 EXAM NOTES: Human Ecology
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TOPIC FOURTEEN: Human Ecology Human Ecology: Ecology can be defined as the relation of an organism to its environment, the study of factors determining the numbers and distribution of organisms. Human ecology, therefore, i...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea
ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Parathyroid Gland, Triiodothyronine, Blood Sugar
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TOPIC EIGHT: Endocrines and Homeostasis Homeostasis: Homeostasis can be defined as the maintenance of a constant internal environment despite variable external environments. Homeostasis can have short term (minute-to...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea
ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Collecting Duct System, Descending Limb Of Loop Of Henle, Peritubular Capillaries
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TOPIC SEVEN: The Urinary System Function of the Urinary System: The main function of the urinary system is to maintain the volume and composition of body fluids within normal limits (osmoregulation), as well as riddi...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea
ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ghrelin, Digestion, Dietary Fiber
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TOPIC NINE: Nutrition and Appetite The Pancreas and Pancreatic Hormones: The pancreas is both an exocrine and endocrine organ, requir...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea
ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Prostate Cancer, Hot Flash, Mutation
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TOPIC TEN: Growth and Ageing Growth: There are three mechanisms of biological growth: 1. Hyperplasia, which is increasing in number of cells 2. Hypertrophy, which is increasing the size of cells 3. Extrac...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea
ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Labial Glands, Ileum, Soft Palate
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TOPIC SIX: The Digestive System Stages of Digestion: There are 5 main stages to digestion: 1. Ingestion, the selective intake of food 2. Digestion, the mechanical and chemical breakdown of food 3. Absorpt...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea
ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cellular Respiration, Pulmonary Vein, Hypoventilation
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TOPIC FIVE: The Respiratory System Respiration: 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 into the lungs, t...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea
ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cardiac Output, Capillary, Action Potential
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TOPIC THREE: THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Location of the Heart: The heart is located in the thorax, found in the region between the lungs, called the mediastinum. Since the heart is in the central position it is said to...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea
ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Chromatin, Heparin, Lymphatic System
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TOPIC FOUR: BLOOD Blood An Overview: Blood is a form of connective tissue, developing from mesenchyme. It is pumped by the heart through arteries, veins and capillaries. Human adults have around 5- 7L of blood, cont...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea
ANHB1102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dense Irregular Connective Tissue, Fibrocartilage, Meninges
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TOPIC TWO: Tissues Nervous Tissue: Nervous tissue is used for communication and control and is comprised of highly cellular neurons and neuroglia. Muscle Tissue: There are three types of muscle tissues: skeletal muscle (vo...

Anatomy and Human Biology/Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
ANHB1102
Fiona O'Shea

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