Types of Anatomy
Gross, Macroscopic dog or cat
Systemic cardiovascular Surface
Link between A/P
PRINCIPLE OF COMPLEMENTARITY from forms comes FUNCTION
Levels of structural organization
Group cells into tissues -> tissues into organ -> organ into system -> system into organism
Will always look at the structure to determine the function
Integration of organ systems for overall success of organism relationship between systems
Examples -> movement, respiration, metabolism. the general idea of the vital signs of our body, heart rate, body temp, -> change based on our mental state
When in a resting state blood tends to gather at the gut.. (digesting your food)
Cardiovascular System ( sned to muscle or to gut)
Dynamic( constantly changing) STATE OF EQUILIBRIUM IN WHICH internal conditions vary, but always within relatively narrow limits.
Glucose levels… spike when you eat but we want to bring them back down ( want to become equal at some point) our temp is not changing by drastic amount but by little.
Variable control -> receptor -> control center -> effector -> response example: Temperature -> Thermostat -> Air Handler -> unit that sits outside -> to blow cold air into the room to adjust the inside temp. the ultimate way is leading to a response..
Homeostatic control allows for the integration of many systems
Negative feedback vs. positive
By applying cooler air to make the temp go down would be (negative feedback)
Negative feedback output of the