Test #1 A&P Livingston

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Test #1 A&P Livingston
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  1. Physiology
    The branch of biological science that studies and describes how body parts work and function.
  2. Anatomy 
    The study of the shape and structure of body parts
  3. Homeostasis
    The tendency of the bodys systems to maintain a relatively constant or balanced internal inviroment. 
  4. Metabolism
    The term that indicates all chemical reactions occurring in the body.
  5. Rids the body of nitrogen-containing wastes.
    Urinary System
  6. Is affected by the removal of the throid gland.
    Endocrine System
  7. Provides support and oevers on which the muscular system act
    Skeletal System
  8. Includes the heart
    Cardiovasucular System
  9. Breaks down foodstuffs into small particlees that can be absorbed
    Digestive System
  10. Removes carbion dioxide from the blood
    Respiratory System
  11. Delivers oxygen and nutrients to the body tissues
    Cardiovascular System
  12. Moves the limbs; Allows facial expression
    Muscular System
  13. Conserves bodys water; eliminates excesses
    Urinary System
  14. Provides for conception and childbearing
    Reproductive System
  15. Controls the body with chemicals called hormones 
    Endocrine
  16. Blood vessels; Heart
    Cardiovascular System
  17. Pancreas,Pituarty,Adrenal glands
    Endocrine
  18. Kidneys,Bladder,Ureters
    Urinary
  19. Testis,Vas Deferens,Urethra
    Reproductive System
  20. Esphagus,Large Intestine,Rectum
    Digestive System
  21. Breastbone,Vertebral Column,Skull
    Skeletal
  22. Brain,Nerves,Sensory Receptors
    Nervous System
  23. Keeps the bodys internal enviroment distinct from the external enviroment
    Maintenance of Boundries
  24. Provides new cells for growth and repair
    Growth
  25. Occurs when constructive activities occur at a faster rate than destructive activities
    Growth
  26. The tuna sandwhich you have just eaten is broken down to its chemical building blocks
    Digestion System
  27. Elimination of carbon dioxide by the lungs and elimination of nitrogenous wastes by the kidneys
    Excretion
  28. Ability to react to stimulization; a major role of the nervous system
    Responsiveness
  29. Walking, running, throwing a ball
    Movement
  30. All chemical reactions occuring in the body
    Metabolism
  31. At the cellular level, membranes; for the whole organism, the skin.
    Maintenance of Boundaries

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