Test 1 Review Chapter 1 Needs vital to homeostasis/survival


Test 1 Review

Chapter 1

Needs vital to homeostasis/survival

Negative and positive feedback

Cavities and organs within

Directional terms

Organization of organisms

Quadrants and organs within

Homeostatic imbalance, what it is

Anatomical terms

Anatomical position

Membranes, where they are found, function of each

Chapter 2

Most abundant protein in the body

Storage of carbohydrates

Coenzymes, what are they, an example

Chemical reactions, speed/rate influencer, types pH

Organic molecules, what are they, example of

Plasma proteins and their function

Redox reactions, what are they, what happens during

ATP, how made, where and when used

Chapter 3

Membrane potential, generation of, types of

Calcium ions, purpose, where stored

Plasma membrane, function of, what it’s made of

Organelles and specific structures that might be on or in a cell, functions of each

Cell junctions, types, functions of

Hypertonic/Hypotonic solutions, affect on cells

RNA, types, function of

Mitosis, function, steps


Translation of DNA to RNA using base sequences


Transport within and into a cell

DNA replication

Cell theory

Molecules that make up a cell

Fluid mosaic model of a cell

Second messengers, what are they, what do they do

Chapter 4

Types of tissue, function of, classification of each, characteristics of each

Fibers, function of

Steps in tissue repair

Glands, types, structures

Germ layers

Chapter 5

Skin layers, function of each, specific characteristics of each

Specialized structures found within the skin, function of each

Cutaneous receptors, function of each

Cell types within the epidermis/dermis, function of each

Function of skin

Fetal characteristics of skin

Glands and secretion of each

Movement of nutrients/wastes through skin

Hair growth