Course: B. Pharmacy 1st Semester / 1st Year
Name of Subject:  Human Anatomy and Physiology-I (Theory)
Subject Code:   BP101T
Units Topics (Experiments) Domain Hours
1 Introduction to human body

Definition and

scope of anatomy and physiology,

levels of structural organization and

body systems,

basic life processes,

homeostasis,

basic anatomical terminology

 

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1.1 Cellular level of organization

Structure and functions of cell,

transport across cell membrane,

cell division,

cell junctions.

General principles of cell communication,

intracellular signaling pathway activation by extracellular signal molecule,

Forms of intracellular signaling:

a) Contact-dependent

b) Paracrine

c) Synaptic

d) Endocrine

 

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1.2 Tissue level of organization

Classification of tissues,

structure,

location and functions of epithelial,

muscular and

nervous and

connective tissues.

 

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2 Integumentary system

Structure and functions of skin

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2.1 Skeletal system

Divisions of skeletal system,

types of bone,

salient features and functions of bones of

axial and appendicular skeletal system

Organization of skeletal muscle,

physiology of muscle contraction,

neuromuscular junction

 

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2.2 Joints

Structural and functional classification,

types of joints

movements and its articulation

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3 Nervous system

Organization of nervous system,

neuron, neuroglia,

classification and properties of nerve fibre,

electrophysiology, action potential,

nerve impulse,

receptors,

synapse,

neurotransmitters

Central nervous system:

Meninges,

ventricles of brain and cerebrospinal fluid.

structure and functions of brain (cerebrum, brain stem, cerebellum),

spinal cord (gross structure,

functions of afferent and efferent nerve tracts,

reflex activity

 

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Peripheral nervous system:

Classification of peripheral nervous system:

Structure and functions of sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system.

Origin and functions of spinal and

cranial nerves.

 

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4.1 Special senses

Structure and functions of eye, ear, nose and tongue and their disorders.

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5 Endocrine system

Classification of hormones,

mechanism of hormone action,

structure and functions of pituitary gland,

thyroid gland,

parathyroid gland,

adrenal gland,

pancreas,

pineal gland,

thymus and their disorders.

 

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