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study of how organisms work
physiology
maintance of constant condtions in the internal environment
homeostasis
Four types of tissue
Epithelial,muscle, nervous, connetive
lining, covering, secret, absorb
functions of epithial
strength
functions of connective
contracts
functiton of muscle
recieve and process information
functions of nervous
single layer of cells packed together
simple
multiple layers
stratified
looks stratified
pseudostratifies
25% of all protiens
most abundent
collagen
gives different connective tissues their properties
exta cellular matrix
stretches many times it's size
elastin
need or requires resistance to compression
protteoglycan
formed from large amounts of calcium phosphate
bones
Fat
adipose cells
most liquid connective tissue
blood
skeletal muscle
one bone to another
voulantary control
conract or relax
internal organs
no voluntary control
smooth muscle
heart
cardiac muscle
generate electricl signals
neurons
provide support to neurons
glial
a structure that carries out a separate functpn
organ
consists of multiple tissues
organ
desired level to be maintained
set point
Positive feed back
amplifies response
negative feedback
stop or reverse what is happening
change in set point
feed forward
effectors
cause a change to take place
under control of other systems
controlled systems
reglator systems
direct action
ectotherms
regulate body temp using heat source
endotherms
regulate body temperature by producing heat