The HUMAN BODY. Concepts of ANATOMY and PHYSIOLOGY. ANATOMY. The scientific study of structures and the relationship of structures to each other. FORM Other terms include: Shape Structure Appearance. PHYSIOLOGY.
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All body systems are functioning
with one another
as a living individual.
The sum total of all chemical processes that occur in the body
Metabolism refers specifically to the two processes associated with converting nutrients into energy
Using energy to synthesize or manufacture new tissue or molecules.
The breakdown of tissues or chemical structures to produce or generate energy.
Spaces within the body that contain the internal organs.
--- Diaphragm ----
Characteristicsof life include:
1. Movement (internal or gross)
2. Responsiveness (reaction to internal or external change)
3. Growth (increase in size without change in shape)
4. Reproduction (new organisms or new cells)
5. Respiration (use of oxygen; removal of CO2)
7. Absorption (movement of substances through membranes and into fluids)
8. Circulation (movement within body fluids)
9. Assimilation (changing nutrients into chemically different forms)
10. Excretion (removal of metabolic wastes)
a. Water (required for metabolic reactions, for transport of substances, for temperature regulation)
b. Food (nutrients needed to supply energy and raw materials
for building new living matter)
c. Oxygen (used in releasing energy from nutrients)
d. Heat (a byproduct of metabolism; its presence governs the
rate at which reactions occur)
e. Pressure (force required to facilitate movement of air or
The ability of the body to maintain a constant internal environment within prescribed physiological limits.
The abdominopelvic cavity can be functionally divided into quadrants.
liver, gallbladder, right kidney
spleen, left kidney
appendix, right ovary