Ch 1. Orientation to Human Body
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What determines function?
What do atoms form?
What forms molecules and what do molecules form?
Atoms form molecules and molecules form organelles
1. What are organelles essential for?
2. what forms organelles?
3. what do organelles form?
- 1. cell function
- 2. molecules
- 3. cells
1. What forms cells?
2. What do cells form?
- 1. organelles
- 2. cells with the same structure & function forms a tissue
1. What forms a tissue?
2. What do tissues form?
- 1. cells with the same structure & function
- 2. two or more different tissues form an organ
1. What forms an organ?
2. What do organs form?
- 1. two or more different tissues form an organ
- 2. two or more organs form organ systems
What forms organ systems?
two or more organs
What forms the human body?
What is the Integumentary system?
It is what creates bounderies between the inside and outside of the body. It consists of the skin, hair, nails
What is the Skeletal System?
bones - internally in our bodies and help with shape
What is the muscular system?
Muscle attached to bone and creates movement
What is the nervous system?
The control center - brain, spinal cord, and nerves
What is the endocrine system?
glands that release hormones. Hormones helps body function
What is the Lymphatic system?
lymph fluid, lymph vessels - helps with sickness & removing fluids, and such.
What is the Respiratory system?
lungs, respiratory tract -helps breathing and gets rid of waste
What is the digestive system?
gastrointestinal tract - absorbs nutrients
What is the urinary system?
kidney, ureter, urethra, bladder - regulates blood pressure
testes, ovary - reproduction
What is developmental anatomy?
focuses on the changes in body structures as the body ages and grows
What is embryology?
the study of organ formation & development before birth
What is functional morphology?
studying the function of body structures & their design efficiency
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