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Study Guide: Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology1.Compare and contrast anatomy and physiology, including their specializationsand methods of study
2.Discuss the fundamental relationship between anatomy and physiology
3. Describe the structure of the human body in terms of six levels of organization
4. List the eleven organ systems of the human body and identify at least one organ andone major function of each
-enables movement and helps maintain body temperature4) Nervous: brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerve-detects and processes sensory information-activates body processes5) Endocrine: pituitary glands, thyroid glands, pancreas, adrenal gland,testes/ovaries-secretes hormones-regulates body processes6) Cardiovascular: heart and blood vessels-delivers O2and nutrients to tissues via bloodstream-equalizes temperature in the body7) Lymphatic: thymus, lymph nodes, spleen, lymphatic vessels-returns fluid to blood-defends against pathogens8) Respiratory: lungs, nasal passages, trachea-removes CO2from the body-delivers oxygen to blood9) Digestive: stomach, liver, gall bladder, intestines-processes food for use-removes waste10) Urinary: kidneys, bladder-controls water balance in the body-removes wastes from blood and excretes them11) Reproductive: ovaries, uterus, mammary glands, testes, epididymis-produces sex hormones and gametes (BOTH)-delivers gametes to female (MALE)

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