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Lectures 1-4 of HUBS1403

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Chemistry Nature Chemical bonding Molecule Properties of water Chemical bond Chemical reaction Ion Hydrogen bond Valence Hydrogen Hydronium
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List the levels of organization of living organisms. 2. Know the 11 organ systems of the human body and the broad representative function of each. 3. Define the term, homeostasis. 4. Understand the relationship between an organism’s internal and external environments. 5. Describe the components of a feedback system. 6. Contrast the operation of negative and positive feedback systems. 7. Understand the consequences of homeostatic failure Lecture 2 – How is Matter Organised 1. Identify the main chemical elements of the human body 2. Describe the structures of atoms, isotopes, ions, molecules, free radicals and compounds 3. Understand the difference between inert and reactive atoms. 4. Distinguish between inorganic and organic compounds. Lectu...
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