Anatomy coloring book: Body Systems

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  1. What does the alimentary canal consits of and which type of system?
    Digestive system. 

    • -oral cavity
    • -pharynx
    • -esophagus
    • -stomach 
  2. Small intestines has three parts: what are they and point. 
    • -duodenum
    • -jejunum
    • -ileum 

  3. What does the colon have:
    • -ascending colon
    • -transverse colon
    • -descending colon
    • -sigmond colon
    • -rectum
    • -anal
  4. name some of the accessory organs found in the digestive system.
    • -teeth
    • -tongue
    • -sublingual
    • -submandibular
    • -parotid
    • -liver 
    • -gall bladder : where bile is stored
    • -bile duct
    • -pancreas: secretes digestive enzymes
  5. what does the liver do
    produces bile which assists in the breakdown of fats
  6. gall bladder do?
    where bile is stored
  7. pancreas do?
    secretes digestive enzymes
  8. Name all of the endocrine glands (point) and tell its fucntions
    • -Hypophysis (pituitary gland) : secretes homrones, one of which is called HGH.
    • -Pineal: senses light in dark areas. Has the capability of secrete a hormone called melatonin which helps a person sleep. Lack of it causes S.A.D. Melatonin also produces melosites which cause the pigment in our skin.
    • -hypothalmus: connected to the brain and pituitary gland. controls emotions 
    • -thyroid: it produces metabolism. 
  9. Name all of the endocrine glands (point) and tell its fucntions
    • -Hypophysis (pituitary gland) 
    • -Pineal: senses light in dark areas. Has the capability of secrete a hormone called melatonin which helps a person sleep. Lack of it causes S.A.D. Melatonin also produces melosites which cause the pigment in our skin.
    • -hypothalmus: connected to the brain and pituitary gland. controls emotions 
    • -thyroid: it produces thyroxine which regulates metablism. Produces calcitonin which takes calcium from blood into the bone. 
    • -parathyroid: takes calcium from bone into blood.
    • -adrenal (kidneys) : produce adrenaline. has the ability to use glucose and increase heart/ respiration. 
    • -pancreas: secretes insulin 
    • -ovaris and tested: produces estrogen and testosterone
  10. what's the difference between CNS and PNS. what does it stand for first of all?? which system?
    • CNS: Central nervous system
    • PNS: peripheral nervous system.

    nervous system.

    • CNS- neurons arranges into highly integrated central parts. neurons are interconnected to form centers (nuclei; grey matter) and axon bundles. 
    • a.k.a brain and spinal cord

    • PNS- consists largely of bundles of sensory and motor axons. branches of spinal nerves. Nerves conduct all sensations from the body to the brain and spinal cord.
    • a.k.a nerves
  11. where is the cerebrum and where's the cerebellum? its functions
    • cerebrum: big thoughts
    • cerebellum: movement. (coordination of muscles.) 

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