Exam 1 Material

File Chapter 1 - An Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology Important Concepts to know for the exam: Anatomy vs. Physiology The Hierarchy of Life Superficial Anatomical Markings - Superficial Anatomy Sectional Anatomy Anatomical Positioning Body Cavities - Thoracic and Abdominopelvic Homeostasis Negative vs. Positive Feedback Mechanisms 11 Body Systems - Understand function of each system, the organs involved in each system and the various roles they play. File Chapter 2 - Biochemistry Important Concepts to Know: Atomic Structure Chemical Bonding - Hydrogen, Covalent and Ionic Chemical Reactions - Decomposition, Synthesis, Redox and Exchange Enzyme Functionality Water Properties Acids and Bases pH scale Chemical composition of macromolecules - carbohydrates, fats, proteins and nucleic acids DNA vs. RNA ATP function File Chapter 3 - The Cellular Level of Organization Important Concepts to Know: Membrane structure and function Intracellular and extracellular organelle structure and function Protein Synthesis - Transcription vs.Translation Cellular Transportation Mechanisms - Endocytosis vs. Exocytosis The Cell Cycle - Mitosis vs. Meiosis Link Protein Synthesis Video Here is an animation of protein synthesis Link Cell Structure and Function Link Cell Structure and Function Game This game is designed to help you understand cell organelle function. Link Ionic vs. Covalent Bonding This animation details ionic and covalent bonding Link Overview of body systems Body Systems and organs animation Link Anatomy Drill and Practice This game allows you to test your knowledge on: anatomical markings, the anatomical position, the planes of the human body, directional terms, the abdominopelvic cavity, Regions and quadrants of the abdominopelvic cavity and Anterior view showing nine abdominopelvic regions. Link Body Systems Drill Play this fun game to learn about the organ systems and their various functions. File Pauling Chart This chart shows the electronegativity value of each element. Remember, electronegativity is the ability of an atom to attract electrons to itself. It is also a measure of electron strength. Link Hydrogen Bonding Link Mitosis vs. Meiosis This video provides animations of mitosis and meiosis. It is important to understand what happens in each phase. File Mitosis vs. Meiosis This is a separate power point just detailing the differences between meiosis and mitosis. File Additional Powerpoint with check points This power point breaks down the rest of chapter 2 and also includes a few checkpoint questions. Link Protein Synthesis This video explains the entire process of protein synthesis, including the 2 sub processes - transcription and translation. File Cell organelles This power point details the cell organelles and their various functions. File Mitosis vs Meiosis Comparison Chart These are just notes I have composed detailing the differences between mitosis and meiosis Folder Assignment 1 This is your first assignment of the semester. It is worth a total of 100 points. It is due in 1 week, October 2, 2017. It is an exercise is cell biology. Link A tour of the cell This link from the University of Utah gives you a detailed tour of the cell. File Cell with checkpoint ppt Link How vesicles work If you need extra help on visualizing how a vesicle works, watch this video. File Quiz Here is the quiz we took in class this past week. We will discuss the correct responses in class. File End of chapter 3 with checkpoint Here are the checkpoint exercises. File Exam 1 Prep Here are some old questions from a previous exam. File Old Exam Answers 1-50 File Old Exam Answers 51-100