Textbook - Anatomy and Physiology: The Unity of Form and Function 8th edition. Chapter 21 (immune system), chapter 22 (respiratory system), chapter 25 (digestive system), and chapter 26 (nutrition and metabolism). Study guide for ANP 140 Unit 2 exam includes text that summarizes information and defines functions. There is one visual for the lung volumes and capacities. Information is based on lectures by Natalie Zinkevich at Carroll University, Waukesha. Content includes the first, second and third lines of defense and their functions as innate or adaptive immunity. Covers autoimmune diseases and disorders. Respiratory system and the functions, the pressure of the lungs, cell types, and muscles in inspiration and expiration. Digestive system and hormones involved in gastric motility and secretions. The enzymes used in the breakdown of molecules. DO NOT RELY on this for complete information. It is suggested you add to the pages by drawing flow charts and adding sticky notes. Highlight the information that is most difficult for you to remember. Add definitions as needed. It is especially encouraged to find and draw flow charts on hormonal control concerning respiration.
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