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  1. The upper and lower limbs?
    Appendicular
  2. The head, neck, and trunk?
    Axial
  3. Organs within body cavities?
    Viscera
  4. Contains the lungs, heart, esophagus, trachea, and thymus gland?
    Thoracic Cavity
  5. The potential space between pleural membranes?
    Pleural Cavity
  6. The region between the lungs?
    Mediastinum
  7. The potential space between pericardial membranes?
    Pericardial Cavity
  8. The abdominal cavity and pelvic cavity?
    Abdominopelvic Cavity
  9. Contains the stomach, liver, spleen, gallbladder, kidneys, and the small and large intestines?
    Abdominal Cavity
  10. Contains end of large intestine, the urinary bladder, and the internal reproductive organs?
    Pelvic Cavity
  11. Contains the spinal cord and is surrounded by sections of the backbone?
    Vertebral Cavity
  12. The most abundant substance in the body, required for a variety of metabolic processes, and is important in regulating body temperature?
    Water
  13. The substances that provide organisms with necessary nutrients that supply energy and raw materials for building new living matter?
    Food
  14. A gas that makes up about one-fifth of the air used to release energy from nutrients?
    Oxygen
  15. A form of energy used by the body that helps regulate rates of metabolic reactions?
    Heat
  16. The application of force on an object?
    Pressure
  17. The body's maintenance of a stable internal environment?
    Homeostasis
  18. The primary mechanism used in a process that returns conditions to set a value and turns off the response once the corrections is made?
    Negative Feedback
  19. A process that moves conditions away from the normal state?
    Positive Feedback
  20. Provide information about specific conditions in the body?
    Receptors
  21. Analyze information presented by receptors, compare receptor input to normal "set point," and send correcting signals to correct change from normal?
    Control Centers
  22. Cause responses that alter conditions in the internal environment?
    Effectors
  23. What are the 5 items required for life?
    Water, food, oxygen, heat, and pressure

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