Textbook Notes for Anatomy and Physiology at Seneca College



SENECAAnatomy and Physiology HAP101Tania KillianFall

Anatomy and Physiology HAP101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Medullary Cavity, Bone Marrow, Hyaline Cartilage

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27 Oct 2016
12
Hap 101 chapter 6: the skeletal system bone tissue. Lo 6. 1: discuss the functions of bone and the skeletal system. Supports soft tissues, provides att
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SENECAAnatomy and Physiology HAP101Tania KillianFall

Anatomy and Physiology HAP101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Stratified Squamous Epithelium, Adherens Junction, Goblet Cell

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1 Oct 2016
17
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SENECAAnatomy and Physiology HAP101Tania KillianFall

Anatomy and Physiology HAP101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Hypophyseal Portal System, Anterior Pituitary, Pituitary Gland

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9 Dec 2016
4
Lo 18. 1: compare the control of body functions by the nervous and endocrine systems. The nervous and endocrine system act together to coordinate funct
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SENECAAnatomy and Physiology HAP101Tania KillianFall

Anatomy and Physiology HAP101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Special Senses, Olfactory Receptor, Olfactory Bulb

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10 Dec 2016
8
Lo 17. 1: describe the structure of the olfactory receptors and other cells involved in olfaction. Olfaction: the sense of smell, which the nose is res
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SENECAAnatomy and Physiology HAP101Tania KillianFall

Anatomy and Physiology HAP101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Somatic Nervous System, Sensory Neuron, Stimulus Modality

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9 Dec 2016
8
Hap101 week 11/chapter 16: sensory, motor and integrative systems. Lo 16. 1: define sensation and discuss the components of sensation. Sensation: the c
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Anatomy and Physiology HAP101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Dense Irregular Connective Tissue, Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation, Epiphyseal Plate

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11 Apr 2018
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SENECAAnatomy and Physiology HAP101Tania KillianFall

Anatomy and Physiology HAP101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Inferior Nasal Concha, Superior Orbital Fissure, Ethmoid Bone

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27 Oct 2016
4
Hap 101 week five/chapter 7 the skeletal system the axial skeleton. Lo 7. 1: discuss major differences between appositional bone growth and interstitia
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SENECAAnatomy and Physiology HAP101Tania KillianFall

Anatomy and Physiology HAP101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Intervertebral Foramina, Spinal Canal, Peripheral Nervous System

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16 Nov 2016
6
Hap101 chapter 13: central nervous system ~ the spinal cord. The first layer of protection for the cns is the skull and the vertebral column: the skull
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SENECAAnatomy and Physiology HAP101Tania KillianFall

Anatomy and Physiology HAP101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Supine Position, Baroreceptor, Standard Anatomical Position

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27 Sep 2016
18
Hap101 chapter 1: organization of the human body. Lo 1. 1: define the terms anatomy and physiology. Anatomy: ana = up; -tomy = process of cutting. It i
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SENECAAnatomy and Physiology HAP101Tania KillianFall

Anatomy and Physiology HAP101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Abdominopelvic Cavity, Cardiac Muscle, Smooth Muscle Tissue

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4 Nov 2016
5
There are three types of muscular tissue: skeletal muscle tissue: is named as such since most skeletal muscles move the bones of the skeleton. This typ
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SENECAAnatomy and Physiology HAP101Tania KillianFall

Anatomy and Physiology HAP101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Supraoptic Nucleus, Medial Longitudinal Fissure, Superior Colliculus

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19 Nov 2016
12
Hap101 week 9/chapter 14: the brain and cranial nerves. The brain and the spinal cord develop from the ectodermal neural tube. The anterior part of thi
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SENECAAnatomy and Physiology HAP101Tania KillianFall

Anatomy and Physiology HAP101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Otic Ganglion, Pterygopalatine Ganglion, Renal Plexus

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16 Nov 2016
4
Lo 15. 1: compare the sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions of the ans. Includes both sensory and motor neurons: sensory neurons convey input from
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