OrganizationOfHumanBodyReview

- Name | lnstru ctor Organization of the Human Body 1 Organs and Organ Systems Hotel the organ systems to the phrases below a Gardimmulnr

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Unformatted text preview: Name | lnstru ctor Organization of the Human Body 1. Organs and Organ Systems Hotel: the organ systems to the phrases below. a. Gardimmulnr e. [emphatic i. Reproductive. female b. Digestive t'. Muscular j. Respiratory e. Endocrine g. Nervous ll. Skeletal d. Integumsntanr h. Reprodutivn. male I. Urinal-‘51r amass Penn'ens, ovariel. testes Brain and spinal oord Stout-aw, liver, intestines Epidemis and flea-min Bones, cnrfilsgss, ligament: Heart. blood vessels Spleen. lymph nodes, tonsils Kidneys, urinary bladder _ Tracheal. bronchi, lungs Uterus, oviduct-o Thmtd and adrenal glands Bophngus, liver Thebes. vale defer-one, urethra Urethra uretere _ _ Sanoory receptors, nerves Pancreas, salivary; glands Functions Chemical coordination of body functions Transports materials throughout tbs bod}! Goordinstinn of body functions by neural impulses _ Protect-a body fi'om ultraviolet radiation Contractions enable body moments Convene nonnbeorbahle food into ahmrhahle nutrients- Remove-o metabolic wastes and exoeas minerals from the body Exchange ofgesea between atmmphefie air and blood Collects. cleans, and recycles extrseellulsr fluid Supporting framework ofthe body Prevents excessive evaporativs water loss fi'om 13:11:13;r surfnos Prnduoea urine and removes itfi-om the body a. Body Hashim List the labels for Figure 1. 1. 1’. 2 B 3. ___— El. 4. ___— Ii]. 5 6. 11. 12. 3. Epithelial Tissues e. Drew the fitlluwing epithelial tissues as they appear on your slides Simple Calm Simple Cubeidai Pendent-stifled Cililted Column: Stratified Squirt:qu h. Match the epithelial tissue with the phrase. I. Elimer 3. Simple eilieted 5. Peeudeetmfified squamaus eelumnnr eilieted eelumnar 2 Simple 4. Simple mneilieted E. Stratified eube-idel eelumner equsmeue Fame kidneyr tubules Lines digestive mm. Lines upper respiratory manages Linea m'iduete Contains goblet cells Limes bleed vessels Epitiermis efan Lines body eevitiee 4. Connective Tissues s. lilrauI the following connective tissues as they appear on your slides Loose Fibrous flip-see Dense Fibs-nus Connective Tissue Tissuls Connective Tissue Hyaliue Fibrous-“Iago Bone Cartilage b. Match the oonnectiue tissue with each phrase. 1. Loose fibrous 4. Hyslirle cartilage 1'. Bone 2. Adipose 5. Elastic cartilage 3. Blood 3. Dense fibrous I5. Fibrocsnilsge Forms ligaments and [undone Forms cartilage of the nose Supports trachea and larynx Attaches skin to muscles Fst storage tissue Supports memsl es: Forms interverlebral discs Has a liquid matrix Forms dermis ol‘skin {lovers ends of long bones 5. Muscle Time :51. Draw the following muscle tissues as they appeal-on your slides. Smooth Muscle Skeletal Muscle Cardiac Muscle '3- h. Match the muscle tissue with the phmee. 1. Skeletal 2. Benita: 3. Smooth Multimeteer hells Strietiem present Strinfiune absent. anuhtanr Invaluubary Wall theart Wall ufstumach Attached to henee B. Nerve Time a. Drew nee er two neuron cell bodies with their neuron processes as they appear en your slide. 1:. Which neuter: preceee Wflfllfl‘tfl- impulses: tewerd the eel] may? ewe}: frem the cell body? ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course BIOL 1442 taught by Professor Lab during the Spring '08 term at UT Arlington.

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- Name | lnstru ctor Organization of the Human Body 1 Organs and Organ Systems Hotel the organ systems to the phrases below a Gardimmulnr

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