UWL BIO 312 - Homeostasis and Body Fluid (4 pages)

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These are the notes for the sections on homeostasis and body fluid. These notes were gathered from the first two lectures and the first part of the third lecture. So these lecture notes will be the same as the notes for the next lecture.


Lecture number:
1
Pages:
4
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Course:
Bio 312 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Edition:
1

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BIO 312 1st Edition Lecture 1 Outline of Current Lecture I Basic defitions of anatomy and physiology homeostasis and its maintenance body fluids and their movement Current Lecture Anatomy study of the structure of the human body Gross Anatomy structures big enough to see macroscopically Histology cellular microscopic tissues Cytology structure of singular cells Molecular Biology protieins ATP other biochemical Physiology study of the function of the body Chemical Level 100 naturally occurring elements in body Only 24 are essential C H O N make up 96 of body weight Minerals and other trace elements make up other 4 Cells smallest units in body capable of carrying out life About 50 100 trillion cells in body About 200 types of cells o RBC is most plentiful makes up about 1 3 of all cells 2 general categories of cellular activities o Basic functions what every cel has to do to keep itself alive Obtain O2 and nutrients Biochemical reactions to produce ATP from nutrients Eliminate waste Synthesize complex molecules o Specialized functions specific function that contributes to the well being of the whole Carry O2 RBC Line protect and absorb epithelial Differentiation process by which unspecialized cells acquire specialized structure and function Tissues group of cells and cell products working together to perform one or more specific functions 4 main categories of tissues o Nervous internal communication o Muscle cause movement o Epithelial line and divide o Connective support Organs 2 or more types of tissues working together Internal Environment and Homeostasis of that Environment Goal of the coordinated activities of our organ systems is to create an environment in which cells can live and function Internal Environment immediate surroundings of cells o Extracellular fluid ECF o Interstitial fluid ISF Cells obtain nutrients directly from the ISF Cells excrete waste directly into the ISF o Required parameters of ECF closely regulated conditions pH concentration of



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