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Semester Lecture Notes

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Body systems and content covered in lecture notes. Provides a foundation in the fundamental aspects of human physiology. It is focused on understanding the function and regulation of the main physiological systems of the body.

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Membrane biology Organelles Nervous system Cell biology Transport proteins Cell membrane Neuron Neurotransmitter Extracellular fluid Na+/K+-ATPase Insulin Cytosol
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Membrane biology Organelles Nervous system Cell biology Transport proteins Cell membrane Neuron Neurotransmitter Extracellular fluid Na+/K+-ATPase Insulin Cytosol
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The body is dependent on many different types of molecules such as water, protein, carbohydrate and fat. The smallest building blocks of all living things are cells. Which is made of organised groups of specialised structures = organelles. Groups of cells form common tissues = epithelial, connective, muscular and neural tissues. Next level of organisation = organ level an organ is a body part that performs specific function and is made up of at least 2 tissues. The heart, lungs bran, liver critical for normal function. An organ system = top most level, it includes 2 or more organs working together. • Different types of organ systems: ➢ Integumentary system: - Includes of layers of skin - Its main function: Protects the body, eliminates waste and helps regulate body temperature. ➢ Skeletal system - Includes bones, cartilage and ligaments - Main functions: support body, pro...
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