Five Levels In The Human Body

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The human body is organized into five levels. Each of the five levels builds up to the next level. The levels work together to form a functioning organism. Cells work together to form tissues, tissues form organs, organs form organ systems, and the five levels come together as organisms.

The first level is cells. Cells are the basic unit of structure and function in living things. Examples of different cells are blood cells, nerve cells, and bone cells. The second level is tissues. Tissues are made up of a group of cells that are similar in structure and function. The group of cells form tissues that work together to perform a specific task. Humans have four basic tissue, connective, epithelial, muscle, and nerve. The third level is organs.
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As the body 's main source of fuel, carbohydrates are needed for physical activity and organ function. All the cells in the body need carbohydrates to function. Carbohydrates are also important for intestinal health and waste elimination. Proteins are extremely important in our cells. Proteins are involved in almost all cell function. Every protein in the body is designed for a specific task. Proteins are used in structural support, bodily movement, and in defense against germs. Proteins vary in structure and in function. They are constructed from a set of twenty different amino acids and each protein has a distinct three-dimensional …show more content…
Sheppard’s body uses the thermoregulatory center to keep the body temperature at the set temperature.

2. Florence, a regular patient at your practice, has taken an interest in your work and indicates that she might like to become a medical assistant. However, she is somewhat confused by articles she has read describing new developments and cutting-edge technologies in medical science, and she is concerned about her ability to gain sufficient knowledge to respond to questions from patients about new developments in medicine. She asks you what aspects of your training might provide a knowledge base for understanding emerging technologies in medicine. How do you respond?
I would tell Florence that learning the basic symptoms and treatment for diseases and illnesses will be the place to start. She will need to learn the roots, prefixes, and suffixes of a word. Understanding what the different parts of the word are will help her understand and decipher medical terms. She also needs to learn the parts of the body and body systems. Continuing to learn and study the medical field will enable Florence to continue to be a successful

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