Course Number: 10806189
10-806-189 BASIC ANATOMY ...examines concepts of anatomy and physiology as they relate to health careers. Learners correlate anatomical and physiological terminology to all body systems. (Prerequisite: Next Gen Rdg score greater/equal to 250; OR ACT Reading score greater/equal to 15; OR preparatory courses-contact an academic advisor at 920-498-5444)
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- Explain concept of homeostasis as it relates to anatomy and physiology.
- Relate body structures to body systems and functions.
- Relate anatomical terminology to body regions, body and organ planes, and body cavities.
- Examine basic concepts of chemistry.
- Compare cellular transport mechanisms.
- Examine major cellular functions.
- Characterize primary tissue types of body.
- Relate integumentary components to integumentary functions.
- Evaluate the inflammation process.
- Compare the axial and appendicular portions of human skeleton.
- Assess growth of bone tissue.
- Correlate activities at neuromuscular junction with the sliding filament theory.
- Compare divisions of nervous system by location, structure, and functions.
- Compare sensory receptors of body tissues.
- Relate hormone actions to tissues.
- Analyze composition and functions of blood.
- Analyze regulation of blood flow.
- Evaluate mechanisms that regulate heart rate.
- Analyze components of lymphatic system.
- Compare types of immunity.
- Evaluate ventilation.
- Analyze digestion and absorption.
- Assess the urinary system's role in maintaining homeostasis of blood volume, blood pressure, and blood pH.
- Differentiate between stages of menstrual cycle.
- Analyze stages of spermatogenesis.
- Correlate microbiology terminology with human disease processes.