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25 Cards in this Set

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Name the 12 organ systems?
1. Integumentary
2. Skeletal
3. Muscular
4. Nervous
5. Endocrine
6. Cardiovascular
7. Lymphatic
8. Respiratory
9. Digestive
11.Female Reproductive
12.Male Reproductive
What is the Integumentary system made up of?
Skin, hair, nails.
What is the Skeletal system made up of?
bones,joints which provide support.
What is the Muscular system made up of?
Muscles which provide us strength?
What is the Nervous system made up of?
Brain, spinal cord, nerves.
What is the Endocrine system made up of?
Pituitary glands, thyroid glands, adrenal glands, pancreas and thymus.
What is the Cardiovascular System made of?
Heart, blood vessels.
What is the Lymphatic system made of?
Spleen, lymphatic vessels.
What is the Respiratory system made of?
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi and lungs.
What is the Digestive system made of?
Tongue, stomach, liver.
What is the Urinary system made of?
Kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder.
What is the Female reproductive system?
Ovaries, uterus, vagina, fallopian tubes.
What is the Male reproductive system?
Testes, prostate gland, vesicles.
Name the order of the 8 building blocks of the body?
1. Atom
2. Molecules
3. Organelle
4. Cell
5. Tissue
6. Organ
7. Organ systems
8. Organism
Name the 3 primary anatomical/body planes?
1. Frontal/Coronal=

2. Sagittal=right & left
3. Transversl= upper & lower
The Study of body Structure/cutting apart is? And, the study of body function/nature is?
1. Ana/tom/y
2. Physi/o/logy
This mean maintaining internal stability?
These are nonliving particles that are capable of combining w/one another to form more complex structures?
Atoms and Molecules.
The following Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen and Nitrogen are a form of?
Sugars, proteins and water are a form of?
Mitochondrian, Nucleus and Ribosome are a form of?
Epithelial, Nerve and Muscle cells are a form of?
Epithelial, Nervous, Muscle and Connective tissues are a form of?
The most basic living unit and there more than 30 trillion in the body, have different shapes/sizes according to function and they continue to regenerate?
The basic design of the human body consist of a _____ with attached _____ which are the head,arms and legs?
The body consist of a trunk/torsa with attached appendages (head,arms andl legs.)