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the tendancy of sensory and nervous tissue to become concentreated in the head region over a period of time
cephilization
a sapce or cavity that seperates the body wall from the inner organs
coelem
specialization of cells
multicelluarity
someway to divide the animal into equal halves
symmtery
division of the body into functionally equivalent segments
segmenatation
Name the 5 evloutionary advances in the animal kingdom
multicelluarity
symmetry
cephilization
coelom
segmentation
Name 4 types of tissue
epitheal
connective
muscle
nervous tissue
name the function of epitheal tissue
forms coverings and protection
name the function of connnective tissue
support strength
name the function of muscle
generate force for movement
name the function of nervous tissue
recieving and reacting to information
Name 3 types of muscle
skelatal
smooth
cardiac
what does skelatal muscle control
voluntary movement
what does smooth muscle control
involuntary movement
what does cardiac muscle control
only found in heart and pumps blood
name all 10 organ systems
integramentuary
skelatal
muscle
nerovous
endocrine
circulatory
respiratory
digestive
urinary
reproductive
NAme the 3 layers of the integamentary system
epidermis
dermis
subcontaneous
give examples of some derivatives
hair and nails
the outermost layer of the skin
epidermis
middle layer
dermis
connective tissue attaches skin to muscle and bones etc...energy storage is another function
subcontaneous
what is the primary job/function of the integramentuary system
protection
what is the primary job/function of the skelatal system
support
what is the primary job/function of the muscle system
generates force needed for movement
what is the primary job/function of the nervous system
communication
what is the primary job/function of the endocrine system
communication
what is the primary job/function of the circulatory system
transportation system, house immune system
what is the primary job/function of the respiratory system
acquires O2 for body removes CO2 from body
what is the primary job/function of the digestive system
acquires & processes nutrients for the body
what is the primary job/function of the urinary tract system
removes metabloic waste from the body
what is the primary job/function of the reproductive system
formation of new individuals
group of cells that secrete some substance
glands
secretes sweat
sudioriferous
secretes sebum
sebacous
secretes ear wax
cerminous
secretes milk to nourish young
mammory glands
the function of ear wax
to trap foriegn material, to protect delicate structures in ears
# of bones in our body
206
name the 2 groups of bones
axial and appendicular
contracts to allow agonists to workmore effectively
synergists
extends to allow contraction of agonists
antagonists
contracts to produce an action
agonisits
takes info away from body
axon
point of contract between 2 nuerons
synapse
cells joined by gap junctions
electrical synapse
cells are seperated by space
chemical synapse
centerpiece of nervous system
brain
name the 5 senses
touch taste, sight, hearing,smell
respose to pressure
touch
response to chemicals
smell and taste
response to light
sight
response to hearing
vibration
gathers info
sensory component
puts info in order, makes decisions
integrative compnent
signals response
motor component
functional nerve cell that conducts nerve impulses
neuron
support neurons; make sure neurons can work
neuroglia
recieve information and take it to the next part
dendrties
contains nucleus and other organelles
cell body
what is the inteamentary system made up of?
skin and derrivatives