Study Guide 1.docx - Introduction to Anatomy Study Guide Anatomy Physiology NAME Kari Kanable anatomy 1 Examines the morphology of body partstheir forms

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Introduction to Anatomy Study Guide NAME Kari Kanable Anatomy & Physiology anatomy_____________________ 1. Examines the morphology of body parts—their forms and organizations _______physiology______________ 2. Examines the functions of body part—what they do and how they do it _____organism________________ 3. The levels of organization starting with the level of an organism ______organ systems_______________ _______organs______________ __tissues___________________ ______cells_______________ _____organelles________________ ______molecules_______________ ___atoms__________________ _____subatomic particles________________ _______atoms______________ 4. Composes all matter _______atoms______________ 5. Serve as the building blocks of cells cells_____________________ 6. The basic units of life ____tissues_________________ 7. Layers or masses that form from specialized cells with specific functions _________organ____________ 8. Combinations of different tissues that have specialized functions __organ systems___________________ 9. Composed of organs, tissues, and cells that function closely together to perform certain functions _______homeostasis______________10. Is the maintenance of a stable internal environment ___sysetm__________________11. Is a series of physiological events that obtain, release, and use energy _________homeostatic mechanism____________12. Self-regulating control systems used to maintain homeostasis ___receptor__________________13. The three major components of a homeostatic mechanism _____control center________________ ___activator__________________ ______oxygen_______________14. Five essential requirements for human life
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Introduction to Anatomy Study Guide NAME Kari Kanable Anatomy & Physiology ________water_____________ __food___________________ ______sun_______________ _________shelter____________ ______3 days_______________15. How long a human can survive without water ___________3 weeks__________16. How long a human can survive without food, on average ______receptor_______________17. A cell or molecule that provides information about the conditions in the internal environment _________effector____________18. A particular value that the control center maintains ____control center_________________19. Muscles or glands that cause responses that alter conditions in the internal environment cavities_____________________20. Are compartments that house organs and organ systems ______bottom_______________21. Toward the bottom or belly ___________dorsal__________22.
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