Levels of Structural Organization

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  1. What are the 3 main levels of structural organization?
    • Chemical level
    • Cellular level
    • Tissue level
  2. for human and non human animals there are ___ elements that make up _____% of the body. They are: _______, _______, ______, and _______
    • 4, 96%
    • Carbon, Oxygen, Nitrogen and Hydrogen
  3. the smallest level is an _____, they form together to create _______.
    atom, molecule
  4. Molecules being broken down is a  _____ ____
    something being created  is an _______ _____
    Together they are _________
    • Catabolic Reaction think catastrophic
    • Anabolic Reaction  think of anabolic steroids
    • Metabolism!
  5. an inorganic molecule contains _____
    an organic molecule contains ______
    • Carbon
    • No carbon, aside from CO
  6. cells are the ____ _____ _____. 
    They are bathed in a fluid called _____ _____ also called ______ _______.
    Also they are made mostly of fluid called _____ ______.
    • smallest living unit.
    • extra cellular fluid, interstitial fluid.
    • intracellular fluid.
  7. The cell's main components are the _____, it is _____-_____, and made of ___ &______ The _______ is a ____ ____ _______, and finally the  _______, which is responsible for containing ______, _______, and _____
    cell membrane, semi-permeable, fats and proteins, cytoplasm, jelly like substance, nucleus DNA, reproduction and "blueprints" for cells.
  8. Interphase=_________
    Mitosis=________
    Simple diffusion=______
    endocytosis=_________
    phagocytosis=_______
    pinocytosis=_______
    Exocytosis=_______
    • a metabolic phase that cells undergo.
    • reproduction of the cell. creates two identical cells
    • a barrier that has more molecules on one side than the other, they then balance out
    • the taking in of nutrients
    • cellular eating
    • cellular drinking
  9. the 4 primary tissue types are:
    __________"_______"
    __________"_______"
    __________"_______"
    __________"_______"
    • epithelial "covering"
    • connective "support"
    • muscle "movement"
    • nervous "control"
  10. epithelial tissue covers _______, lines _______ _____, and _____ _____. It's purpose is to ________, _______ and ______.
    It is classified into ____ and ______, _____ has _____ _____. _______ has ______ ______, and _____-_____ has _____ ____ _____ __ ___
    • skin, body cavities and hollow organs.
    • protect absorb and secrete.
    • layers and shapes, simple, 1 layer.
    • stratified, many layers.
    • pseudo-stratified has one that appears as many.
  11. the shapes of epithelial tissue are:
    _____, _____ ______
    _____, _____
    _____, _____ _____
    ______, ______
    • squamous, flat
    • cuboidal, cube
    • columnar column shaped
    • transitional, changing
  12. epthelial cells have no _____ ______.
    they lay on a ______ ______.
    • blood supply.
    • basement membrane.
  13. Connective Tissue has a great _____ ______. some examples of this living tissue are _____, ________, ___, _______, and _____
    • blood supply,
    • bone, cartilege, fat, tendons and BLOOD
  14. what is the definition of connective tissue?
    living cells suspended or connected in a non-living extracellular matrix
  15. the three types of muscle tissue are:
    ______, (_________ _______)
    ________, (________ _______)
    _______, (_____ ________)
    • smooth, involuntary control
    • cardiac, involuntary control
    • skeletal, voluntary control
  16. Nervous tissue is designed to ______ and _____ _____ and _____ _____.
    it makes up _______ and _______ _____ like in the _____, ____ and _______ ____
    sent and receive chemical and electrical impulses. neurons, neurological cells. brain, spine and peripheral nerve.

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