AP Chapter 1

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AP Chapter 1
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  1. Anatomy
    Study of body structures
  2. Physiology
    Study of how the body functions
  3. Pathology
    Study of disease
  4. Levels of Organizations
    Chemical>Cells>Tissues>Organs>System>Organism
  5. Nervous System
    System that processes sensory information
  6. Respiratory System
    System that delivers oxygen to the blood
  7. Endocrine System
    Produce hormones which regulate growth, nutrient utilization, and reproduction.
  8. Integumentary System
    Skin with it's associated structures hair, nails, sweat glands, and oil glands.
  9. Skeletal System
    System of 206 bones and the joints between them.
  10. Lymphatic System
    System consisting of the lymphatic vessels and lymphoid tissue; involved in immunity, digestion, and fluid balance.
  11. Cardiovascular System
    System consisting of the heart and blood vessels that transport blood throughout the body.
  12. Urinary System
    System involved in elimination of soluble waste, water balance, and regulation of body fluids.
  13. Digestive System
    System involved in taking in nutrients, converting them to a form a body can use, and absorbing them into the circulation.
  14. Metabolism
    All the physical and chemical processes by which an organism is maintained.
  15. Anabolism
    Metabolic building of simple compounds into more complex substances needed by the body
  16. Catabolism
    Metabolic breakdown of substances into simpler substances; includes the digestion of food and the oxidation of nutrient molecules for energy.
  17. ATP
    Adenosine Triphosphate- energy storing compound found in all cells.
  18. Homeostasis
    State of balance within the body, maintenance of body conditions within set limits
  19. Negative Feedback
    Self-
  20. Posterior
    Describes the position of the shoulder blades in relations to the collar bones
  21. Proximal
  22. Anterior
  23. Lateral
  24. Medial
  25. Horizontal
  26. Distal
  27. -tomy
  28. -stasis
  29. physi/o
  30. home/o
  31. dis-
  32. cata-
  33. ana-
  34. path/o
  35. -logy
  36. Tissue
  37. Cuboidal
  38. Squamous
  39. Columnar
  40. Stratified
  41. Simple
  42. Transitional
  43. Bone
  44. Neuron
  45. Myocardium
  46. Smooth muscle
  47. Voluntary muscle
  48. Neuroglia
  49. Epithelial Tissue
  50. Connective tissue
  51. Endocrine
  52. Exocrine
  53. Ligament
  54. Capsule
  55. Tendon
  56. Hyaline cartilage
  57. Collagen
  58. Elastic cartilage
  59. chondrocyte
  60. fibrocartilage
  61. mesothelium
  62. visceral layer
  63. serous membrane
  64. mucous membrane
  65. cutaneous membrane
  66. peritoneum
  67. parietal layer
  68. serous pericardium
  69. periousteum
  70. synovial membrane
  71. fibrous pericardium
  72. superficial fascia
  73. perichondrium
  74. deep fascia
  75. epithelial membrane
  76. connective tissue membrane
  77. adenoma
  78. nevus
  79. sarcoma
  80. malignant
  81. osteoma
  82. benign
  83. papilloma
  84. nevus
  85. angioma
  86. chondroma
  87. biopsy
  88. tumor markers
  89. ultrasound
  90. computed tomography
  91. positron emission tomography
  92. magnetic resonance imaging
  93. radiography
  94. lupus erythematosus
  95. columnar
  96. cystic fibrosis
  97. cuboidal
  98. simple
  99. squamous
  100. pseudostratified
  101. epidermis
  102. stratified
  103. chondr/o
  104. -itis
  105. onc/o
  106. -oma
  107. oss-,osse/o
  108. blast/o
  109. peri-
  110. mylo-
  111. pseud/o-
  112. hist/o
  113. neo-
  114. angi/o-
  115. pleur/o-
  116. leuk/o
  117. neur/o

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