Chapter 1 notes - SCIENCE observation identification description experimental investigation theatrical explanation of natural phenomena ANATOMY

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SCIENCE: observation, identification, description, experimental investigation, theatrical explanation of natural phenomena ANATOMY: Study of structure of body relationship of parts to each other. Physiology functions of organism’s whole or individual parts Levels of organizations (from small to large) Chemical Level: atoms-Smallest unit and retained its chemical imbalance Molecule- 2 or more atoms Cellular Level smallest living unit of an organism Tissue Level: a group of similar cells, that performs a specific function 1 epithetical tissue: covers the whole surface of the body 2 connective tissue (CT) 3 muscular: muscle movement 4 nervous Organ Level: composed of group of tissue that perform a similar function(s) (heart, brain, liver)
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System Level: group of related organs that perform specific functions (digestive, repertory) Orgasmic level: complete human being 11 systems 1 Integumentary system skin structures derive from it (skin, hair nails) functions: help regulate body temp 2 Skeletal system: all the bones in the body and the
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This note was uploaded on 07/30/2008 for the course A&P 101 taught by Professor Zilget during the Fall '06 term at Wisconsin Colleges.

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Chapter 1 notes - SCIENCE observation identification description experimental investigation theatrical explanation of natural phenomena ANATOMY

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