Anatomy and Physiology I

Develop a vocabulary of appropriate terminology to effectively communicate information related to the anatomy and physiology of the following body systems: integumentary, skeletal, nervous, and muscular. Demonstrate an understanding of the chemical, cellular and tissue levels of organization of the human body.

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Created by Maria Gropa Last updated Mon, 11-Jan-2021 English
What will i learn?
  • Basic Knowledge on Human Anatomy
  • Students will have through knowledge about human Anatomy
  • Students will be able to Know Basic Knowledge of Human Physiology

Curriculum for this course
71 Lessons 10:04:20 Hours
An introduction to the human body
6 Lessons 00:51:24 Hours
  • Cellular Metabolism 00:08:34
  • Homeostasis 00:08:34
  • Anatomical Terms and Directions 00:08:34
  • Check Your Understanding 00:08:34
  • Human Chemistry 00:08:34
  • Cell Organization and Specialization 00:08:34
  • Composition of Matter and the Human Body 00:08:34
  • Molecules, Compounds, and Macromolecules 00:08:34
  • Chemical Bonds 00:08:34
  • Enzyme Function 00:08:34
  • How Enzymes Catalyze Reactions 00:08:34
  • Salts and Other Inorganic Compounds 00:08:34
  • Acids, Bases, and pH 00:08:34
  • Check Your Understanding 00:08:34
  • Cellular Respiration 00:08:34
  • Gene Expression 00:08:34
  • Gene Expression-DNA and RNA 00:08:34
  • The Cell Life Cycle: Interphase 00:08:34
  • Tissue Types 00:08:34
  • Overview of Tissues 00:08:34
  • Cell Function and Types 00:08:34
  • Signal Transduction 00:08:34
  • Membrane Transport 00:08:34
  • Passive Transport Processes 00:08:34
  • Active Transport Processes 00:08:34
  • Transport Mechanisms Other Than Passive or Active 00:08:34
  • Epithelial Tissues 00:08:34
  • Tissue Types 00:08:34
  • Overview of Tissues 00:08:34
  • Connective Tissues 00:08:34
  • Tissue Repair, Regeneration and Engineering 00:08:34
  • Check Your Understanding 00:08:34
  • The Skin and It's Layers 00:08:34
  • What Is Skin and Why Do We Need It? 00:08:34
  • Pigment and Skin Color 00:08:34
  • Skin and Aging 00:08:34
  • Pigment-Related Skin Problems 00:08:34
  • Case Study-Skin Cancer 00:08:34
  • Check Your Understanding 00:08:34
  • Check Your Understanding 00:08:34
  • Bone Tissue and the Skeletal System 00:08:34
  • Skeletal System Functions - Support and Protection 00:08:34
  • Skeletal System Functions - Storage and Production 00:08:34
  • Biomechanics of Musculo-Skeletal System 00:08:34
  • Structure of Bone 00:08:34
  • Development of Bone 00:08:34
  • Function of Bone - Storage 00:08:34
  • Axial vs. Appendicular Skeleton 00:08:34
  • Muscle Tissue and the Muscular System 00:08:34
  • Introduction to the Muscular System 00:08:34
  • Excitation Contraction Coupling 00:08:34
  • Power Stroke Cycling - Interaction of Myosin and Actin 00:08:34
  • Neuromuscular Junctions 00:08:34
  • Excitation Contraction Coupling - Cardiac Muscle Tissue 00:08:34
  • Excitation Contraction Coupling - Smooth Muscle Tissue 00:08:34
  • Check Your Understanding 00:08:34
  • Introduction to the Nervous System 00:08:34
  • Organization of the Nervous System 00:08:34
  • Action Potential Generation and Propagation 00:08:34
  • Neural Transmission 00:08:34
  • Spinal Cord Structure and Function 00:08:34
  • Brain Structure and Function 00:08:34
  • Lower Level Brain Structures 00:08:34
  • Peripheral Nervous System - The Somatic Nervous System 00:08:34
  • Peripheral Nervous System - The Autonomic Nervous System 00:08:34
  • Nervous System Case Study - Multiple Sclerosis 00:08:34
  • Check Your Understanding 00:08:34
Requirements
  • System requirements: PC, laptop or mobile device (with Udemy app) and broadband connectivity. Course requirements: There are no pre-requisite or other course requirements.
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Description

  Anatomy and Physiology I is a self-paced online course that offers a low-cost and comprehensive introduction to the human body and its systems.  It combines professionally-produced video with the free, open-source, peer-reviewed textbook "Anatomy & Physiology" from OpenStax College. 

                The course is divided into eight sections and addresses everything students can expect to learn in a Human Anatomy and Physiology I course, whether taught at a high school, college or university. 

  1. An Introduction to the Human Body

  2. The Chemical Level of Organization

  3. The Cellular Level of Organization

  4. The Tissue Level of Organization

  5. The Integumentary System

  6. The Skeletal System

  7. The Muscular System

  8. The Nervous System

  Anatomy and Physiology I can be adopted for use as a complete online course, a quality textboook replacement for existing courses, or as a homework and test preparation tool for students. 

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Ms. Maria Gropa is currently Special Advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs in Athens, Greece. Prior to this she was a UNESCO Fellow with the Department of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge, where she conducted post‐doctoral research on the development of European Union cooperation and intercultural dialogue. Her previous professional experience includes Special Advisor to the Mayor of Athens and Andersen Consulting (renamed as Accenture) in London, UK. Dr. Gropa also worked as part of the project implementation of a European Union co‐funded development project in Havana, Cuba from 2000 to 2001. Her forthcoming publications include: “Landscape, Revolution and Property Regimes in Rural Havana” and “Mnemonic Landscape and the “Re‐Patriotisation” of Revolutionary Ideology in Present‐Day Havana.” She completed her Ph.D. in Social Anthropology at Cambridge University in 2004.

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