Organization of the Body , 1.1 page 2 Physiology: function of body parts Pathophysiology-normal body function is interrupted. Organ system- organs work together to complete a specific function Cell morphology-shape of cell Neurons transmit what- information as electrical signals Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems 5. 4 cells- neurons, epithelial cells, muscle cells, connective tissue cells 6. How are they classified? Function, origins, and anatomical diff. 7. Neurons are specialized for- relay signals, process information 8. Muscle fibers are specialized for? To contract and cause movement 9. Name Voluntary muscles- skeletal muscles Name Involuntary muscles- cardiac, smooth(bl. Vessels) muscles 10. Epithelial cells are found in what tissue and how is it formed? Found in intestines, stomach and bloodvessel. Epithelium forms to separate body fluids that should not touch, it creates a lumen (hollow cavity of the organ). Made of layer of cells with a basement membrane(noncellular material) underneath. 12. Simple-one cell layer Stratified-several cell layers squamous- short and flattened Cuboidal- square shaped Columnar- tall
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