UA PSIO 201 - Exam 1 Study Guide (6 pages)

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Exam One: Cellular Organization and Levels of Biological Principles


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6
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Study Guide
School:
University of Arizona
Course:
Psio 201 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Edition:
1
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PSIO 201 5th Edition Exam 1 Study Guide Lectures 1 7 Lecture 1 August 27 Levels of Biological organization and the Principles of Homeostasis Describe the difference between Physiology and Anatomy Describe the 5 essentials for LIFE List the 6 levels of structural organization List characteristics of Homeostasis List the five steps of the Scientific Method Physiology function and Anatomy structure 5 Essentials for LIFE 1 Metabolism breakdown of large molecules into small building proteins that provides energy for cells 2 Responsiveness detect changes in internal and external environment 3 Movement all structural organization 4 Growth Differentiation cell size and material found specialize in cell function 5 Reproduction formation of new cells individuals Levels of Structural Organization 1 Chemical atomic and molecular 2 Cellular smallest unit 3 Tissue group of cells 4 Organ groups of tissues 5 Organ systems groups of organs for function 6 Organismic systems living individual Homeostasis relative consistency of the internal environment remains constant over time temperature PH etc crucial for survival Homeostasis keeps variables within psychological limits Positive Feedback vs Negative Feedback Positive Feedback intensifies the variables child birth Negative Feedback regulates back and forth sweating Equilibrium requires no energy Is a form of a constant state Homeostasis is the balance of equilibrium due to constant regulation processes Steady State required a LOT of energy Scientific Method 1 Observation 2 Hypothesis tentative answer 3 Experimental Testing 4 Analysis and Conclusion 5 Development of a new hypothesis Lecture 2 August 29 Chemical Level of Organization Principles of Physiological Chemistry Chemical terms Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy Define the 3 different types of Bonds Describe different reactions exo vs endo What is a catalyst Name the organic compounds What is the concept of Concentration Potential energy is stored Kinetic energy is the matter



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