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35-1 Human Body Systems

Review of Key Concepts of Section Assessment Questions
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Farris Cunningham

on 27 April 2010

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35-1 Human Body Systems Images From:
http://www.uweb.ucsb.edu/~kabriggs/Body.html 35-1 Section Assessment Questions 1. Sequence the levels of organization in multicellular organisms. 2. What is homeostasis? 3. Describe the functions of each of the eleven organ systems. 4. What are the four types of tissue? 5. Look at the nervous tissue in the figure Human Body Tissues. Compare the cells of the nervous tissue to the cells of one of the other types of tissue. Which parts of an animal would contain these types of cells? The levels of organization in a multicellular organism include: Cells:
basic unit of structure and function in living things
tend to be specialized

Vocab List specialized cell- cell that is
uniquely suited to performing
a particular function

epithelial tissue-
tissue that covers
the surface of the
body and lines
internal organs

connective tissue-
tissue that holds
organs in place and
binds different parts
of the body together

nervous tissue -
tissue that receives
messages from the
body's external and
internal environment,
analyzes the data,
and directs the response

muscle tissue -
tissue that controls
the internal movement
of materials in the body,
as well as external movement

homeostasis-process by
which
organisms maintain a
relatively stable
internal
environment

feedback inhibition -
process in which the
product or result stops
or limits the process

Tissues:
group of cells that perform a single function
4 types Organs:
group of different types of tissues that work together to perform a single function
ex: an eye Organ System:
group of organs that perform closely related functions
ex: brain in nervous system Organ System
Nervous system- coordinates the body's response to changes in its external and internal environments Skeletal system- stores
mineral reserves and
provides a side for blood
formation Integumentary system- serves as a barrier against infection and injury Endoctrine system-
controls growth,
devlopment,
metabolism, and
reproduction Immune system-
helps protect
body from disease Muscular System-
helps produce
volentary movement,
cirulate blood, and
move food reproductive system-
produces
reproductive
cells respiratory system-
provides oxygen and
removes carbon dioxide excretory system- eleminates waste
and maintains homeostasis circulatory system-
brings materials to
cells, fights infection,
and helps regulate
the body temperature digestive system-
converts food so it
can be used by cells THE END! http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/imagepages/8682.htm
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