General Plan

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General Plan
2011-06-21 20:54:01
Intro AP

chapter 1
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  1. The largest organ of the thoracic cavity is the
  2. the genetic material of a cell, DNA, is located in the
  3. grandular tissue usually consists of
    epithelal cells
  4. where are the kidneys located?
    they are not in a cavity
  5. the stratum corneum is found in
    the skin
  6. levels of complexity
    • atom
    • molecule
    • organelle
    • cell
    • tissue
    • organ
    • organ system
    • organism
  7. The heart is found in what cavity?
    thoracic cavity
  8. the ovaries are found in what cavity?
    pelvic cavity
  9. the major function of epithelial tissue isfor
  10. a haverisan system is found in what type of tissue
  11. cartilage is considered to be which type of tissue?
  12. contractility is a characteristic of tissue called
  13. nerve cells function in
    transmitting impulses
  14. a grandular portion of a sweat gland is located
    in the dermis
  15. the outermost layer of the epidermis is called the
    stratum corneum
  16. the kidney is an important part of which one of the following systems?
    exceretory system
  17. the pancreas is an important part of which one of the following systems
    digestive systems
  18. the major cavities
    • cranial cavity- brain
    • spinal cavity- spinal cord
    • thoracic cavity- lungs, trachea, bronchi
    • abdominal cavity- stomach, intestimes liver, pancreas, spleen
    • pelvic cavity- bladder, ovaries
  19. cytoplasmic structures
    mitochondia, lysosome, endoplasmic reticulm, ribosome, golgi body, vacuole, plasma membrane.
  20. 4 basic tissue types
    • epithelial
    • connective
    • nervous
    • muscular
  21. tissue defined
    a group of similar cell types working together to perform a function
  22. organ defined
    differnt tissues working together to do certain things
  23. organ system defined
    organs working together to perform certain functions
  24. organ system of the body
    integumentary system, skeletal system muscular system, circulatory system, digestive system, respiratory system, urinary system, reproductive system, and endocrine system
  25. homeostasis
    mantaining a relatively constant internal body enviornment