Anatomy And Physiology Worksheet

Anatomy.

Anatomy
Anatomy
Objectives:
  • Identify anatomical terminology with regard to location, position, direction, planes, sections, and cavities.
  • Identify and describe the basic biological molecules.
  • Identify parts of the cell.
  • Identify and describe basic tissue types.
Part 1 – Short essay (50 pt)

Imagine that you fell down in the garden and cut yourself on a dirty piece of metal.

In a short essay, describe primary and secondary tissue repair, what is meant by the term “clean wound”, the role of nutrition in the healing process, and how scar tissue forms.

Do not copy from the text book.

Part 2 – Worksheet (50 pt)
  1. Identify the four requirements for “anatomical position”.
  2. What is the difference between the terms “cephalic” and “caudal”?
  3. How does the sagittal plane divide the body?
  4. What two things are contained within the dorsal cavity?
  5. List the abdominal quadrants.
  6. List the 4 main organic compounds found in living things.
  7. Would a pH of 2.0 be acidic or basic?
  8. In humans, sugar is stored in liver and muscle in what form?
  9. What are the two types of endoplasmic reticulum, and how do they differ?
  10. If someone had improperly functioning lysosomes what would be the outcome?
  11. What is the main function of mitochondria?
  12. Briefly describe the structure of the cell membrane.
  13. What structures are responsible for cell movement?
  14. What are the 4 stages of mitosis?
  15. If red blood cells are placed in a solution that is hypo tonic relative to them, what will happen?
  16. List and define the 5 Roman Numeral Staging categories for cancer.
  17. What is one difference between active transport and diffusion?
  18. What are the 4 main tissue types?
  19. Describe mucous membranes and provide one example.
  20. What is the function of cartilage?

SHELL model; Assignment

SHELL model.

SHELL model
SHELL model

SHELL model

  1. List and explain the four interfaces, and the components of the four interfaces, of the SHELL model
  2. Explain the progressive relationship between human physiology, human psychology, human performance and performance limitations, and human error.
  3. Illustrate that progression with general examples.
  4. Explain how aviation safety can be improved by improving the hardware through ergonomics and human factors design considerations. Provide examples.
  5. Explain the human factors issues related to an aviation operation other than fixed-wing flight operations (for instance, air traffic control, maintenance, airport operations, helicopter, UAV, or Next gen).

Vitamin D; Proper Body Physiology

Vitamin D
Vitamin D

In this discussion assignment, you discuss with the other members of your assigned Discussion Group your experiences completing the Week 3

Create-a-Plate activities listed below:
  • Lunch Rich in Vitamin D
  • Breakfast Rich in Potassium
  • Lunch Rich in Calcium
Post a 150-word response to at least 2 of the following Discussion Prompts by Day 5 in the discussion area below:
  1. What is one benefit of eating a lunch rich in Vitamin D?
  2. What can you do to ensure you are getting the daily recommended intake?
  3. Why is potassium intake an important component of a healthy diet?
  4. What can you do to ensure you are getting the daily recommended intake of potassium?
  5. What advice would you give to someone that wants to address their calcium deficiency, but is lactose intolerant?