UWL ESS 205 - Intro to Anatomy and Physiology (3 pages)

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Intro to Anatomy and Physiology

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An review/introduction to basic terms. A recap/introduction on the human structure.


Lecture number:
1
Pages:
3
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Course:
Ess 205 - Human Anatomy and Physiology for Exercise Science I

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ESS 205 1st Edition Lecture 1 Outline of Last Lecture I None this is the first lecture of the semester Outline of Current Lecture II Why is Anatomy and Physiology important III Anatomy being the study of form IV Physiology being the study of function V Human Structure a Anatomical Variation b Human Function c Physiological Variation d Homeostasis e Negative and Positive Feedback Loops VI Analyzing Anatomical Terms a Terminology Current Lecture 1 Why is anatomy and physiology important It is useful in athletic training therapeutic recreation occupational and physical therapy It also plays a part in sports management community health and fitness Anatomy and Physiology is seen in the news all the time Think of televised sporting events or even individuals on the news that are suffering from a physical injury 2 Anatomy is the study of FORM It is an observation of surface structure It is a physical examination to observe evolutionary trends also called comparative anatomy Gross anatomy is what is seen with the naked eye and Histology is the study of cells under a microscope 3 Physiology is the study of FUNCTION It uses experimental science to study bodily functions It is the basis for development in drugs and medical procedure 4 The Human Structure is a hierarchy of complexity The system is this Atoms Molecules Organelles cells tissues organs organ systems No human is exactly the same What is also true is all human organ systems are not always the same This is called anatomical variation For example a human could These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute have two spleens while another may only have one But both are under the confines of normal In order to live there are some basic human functions These include Organization cellular composition excretion metabolism responsiveness and movement homeostasis development and evolution There is another variation called



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