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Anatomy, Physiology and Zoology teacher for High School Students

Anatomy, Physiology and Zoology teacher for High School Students

This course is a study of human anatomy which develops a basic understanding of the structure and function of body organs and systems and their interactions. An understanding of anatomy is key to the practice of medicine and other areas of health. Other topics include nutrition, metabolism, and growth and development. Human Anatomy is a single comprehensive course with various branches such as: – Gross Anatomy, Developmental Anatomy (Embryology), Cytology, Histology, Histochemistry, Genetics, Neuroanatomy etc. This course also deals with zoology that includes the interaction of animal kingdom in their ecosystems such as classification, habits, structure, embryology, distribution, evolution, and extinct species. Objectives: 1. Describe the structure and function of various human organs and systems; 2, Explain how human organs and systems interact [Scientific Literacy]; 3. Describe the relationship between and processes related to nutrition and metabolism; and 4. Recognize the stages of growth and development. 5. provide students with a working knowledge of fundamental principles in zoology that will provide a foundation for their later advanced course work in more specific biological subjects. 6. students will become familiar with animal classification schemes and associated taxonomic group diagnostic characteristics as well as developing an understanding of and ability to apply basic zoological principles.

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$10.00/hour

Created By

Mary D.
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Biology anatomy physiology

Biology anatomy physiology

Human anatomy is the study of the structures of the human body. An understanding of anatomy is key to the practice of medicine and other areas of health. The word “anatomy” comes from the Greek words “ana,” meaning “up,” and “tome,” meaning “a cutting.” Traditionally, studies of anatomy have involved cutting up or dissecting, organisms. In medicine, gross, macro, or topographical anatomy refers to the study of the biological structures that the eye can see. In other words, a person does not need a microscope to see these features. Microscopic anatomy, also known as histology, is the study of cells and tissues of animals, humans, and plants. These subjects are too small to see without a microscope. Physiology is the study of how living organisms function. Thus, human physiology deals specifically with the physiological attributes of the human body at various levels of the organization, i.e. from cellular to tissue and ultimately, physiology at the biological system level.

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$15.00/hour

Created By

Neha B.
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