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homeostasis
system responsible for maintaing body's balanced internal environment
stuctures made of tissues working together to perform specfic functions
organs
which system protects from abrasion, water loss, microbes and ultraviolet light
integumentary
which system forms the framework of the body
skelton
which system is attached to the body by tendons
muscular
which system coordinates body functions
nervous
which system enables movement
muscular
which system is responsible for chemical control of body functions
endocrine
which system is transports substances throughout the body
cardiovascular
which system contains the spleen tonsils and thymus
lymphatic
which system exchanges oxygen and carbion dioxide with the atmosphere
respiratory
which system collect fluid from interstial space
lymphatic
which system contains skin hair and sweat glands
integumentary
what system contains the brain, nerves & spinal cord
nervous
which system contains the pituitary gland, thyroid, adrenal, pancreas, ovaries, testis
endocrine
which system contains the heart, arteries and veins
cardiovascular
which system contains the kidney ureter, urinary bladder, urethra
urinary
which system removes wastes from the body
urinary
which system breaks food down into smaller pieces
digestive
which system contains the esophagus, liver, stomach, intestines
digestive
which system contains the trachea lung & larynx
respiratory
what is the function of centrioles
organize nucleus for reproduction
what is the function of mitochondria
facilitate chemical reaction
what is the function of golgi appartus
packages materials for transport
what is the function of
rough endoplasmic reticulm
provides storage & transport for protein
what is the function of chromatin
containing genes in usable form
what is the function of the nucleur envelope
protects DNA
what is the function of the
smooth endoplasmic reticulm
syntesis lipids & storage
what is the function of the nucleous
stores RNA
what is the organelle composed of short, hair-like projection used to move molecules past the cell
cillia
what is the function of ribosomes
synthesis protein
what is the function of mitochondria
produces most of the body's ATP
what is the function of lysosomes
breaks down anything cell wants to get rid of with it's digestive enzymes
Name the stage of the Cell Cycle where DNA is replicated for cell division
S Phase
Name the stage of the Cell Cycle where the cytoplasm divides
telophase
Name the stage of the Cell Cycle where there is the period of growth after cell division
G1 phase
Name the stage of the Cell Cycle where the actual process of cell division is
Mitosis
name the stage of the Cell Cycle of the period of growth that prepares the cell to enter mitosis
G2 phase
what stage of the Cell Cycle does the cell carries out normal metabolic function
Interphase
name the stage of mitosis when the chromosomes line up on the equatorial plane
metaphase
name the stage of mitosis when the spindle fibers disappears
telophase
name the stage of mitosis when the sister chromatids separate at the centromere
anaphase
name the stage of mitosis when the nuclear envelope disintegrates
prophase
name the stage of mitosis where the cytoplasm divides
telophase
name the stage of mitosis where asters form around the centrioles
prophase
what is the shortest stage of mitosis
metaphase
name the stage the cells enter when they have completed mitosis
prophase