Ex 02 RYK.pdf - Aissatou Diallo Name Date BIOS251.13668 Section Reviewing Your Knowledge E X E R C I S E 2 A Functions and Identification of Organ

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Unformatted text preview: Aissatou Diallo 5/14/2020 Name ___________________________________ Date _________________ BIOS251.13668 Section ______________________________ Reviewing Your Knowledge E X E R C I S E 2 A. Functions and Identification of Organ Systems Identify the organ system by its function as described below. Respiratory system 1. Maintains blood oxygen and carbon dioxide levels Nervous system 2. Controls muscles and glands by electrical impulses; helps control homeostasis Muscular system 3. Causes movement of bones Integumentary system 4. Waterproof barrier that blocks the entrance of pathogens into the body and prevents the loss of water from the body Cardiovascular system 5. Transports nutrients, oxygen, and carbon dioxide throughout the body Digestive system 6. Changes food into absorbable nutrients; expels wastes Urinary system 7. Regulates composition of blood by eliminating nitrogenous wastes, excess water, and minerals Endocrine system 8. Uses hormones to control cell function; helps control homeostasis Skeletal system 9. Provides framework for the body and protects body organs Reproductive system10. Produces gametes (sperm and egg) Lymphatic system 11. Returns fluid to the bloodstream and provides protection against pathogens that have entered the body B. Organ System Identification Identify the correct organ system for the following organs. Lymphatic system Digestive system Respiratory system Cardiovascular system 1. spleen 2. liver 3. trachea 4. blood vessels Integumentary system 5. hair Urinary system Reproductive system Endocrine system Nervous system Reproductive system Endocrine system 6. kidney 7. uterus 8. pituitary gland 9. spinal cord 10. testes (2 systems) EXERCISE 2 ORGAN SYSTEMS AND BODY CAVITIES Male reproductive system Endocrine system Digestive system Endocrine system 11. prostate gland 12. large intestine 14. adrenal gland 15. thyroid Digestive and endocrine system 13. pancreas (2 systems) C. Body Cavities Identify all the cavities for each organ as follows: abdominal (A), cranial (C), pelvic (P), pericardial (PC), pleural (PL), peritoneal (PT), thoracic (T), and vertebral (V). C 1. brain A 2. small intestine V 7. spinal cord A T, PC 3. heart A T 4. lungs P T A 8. liver 9. kidneys 10. uterus 5. bronchi P 11. urinary bladder 6. stomach P 12. ovaries D. Abdominopelvic Quadrants and Regions Name the quadrant(s) (RUQ, LUQ, RLQ, and LLQ) and region(s) (right hypochondriac, epigastric, left hypochondriac, right lumbar, umbilical, left lumbar, right inguinal or iliac, hypogastric or pubic, and left inguinal or iliac) that the following organs predominantly occupy. RUQ 1. liver LUQ 2. stomach LUQ RUQ RLQ LUQ 5. appendix 6. left kidney 3. spleen RLQ 7. right ovary 4. gallbladder LLQ 8. uterus E. Serous Membranes Write the term the phrase describes. Parictic periculum 1. Attaches the heart to the body cavity Visceral pleural 2. Covers the surface of the lungs Visceral periteneum 3. Covers the surface of abdominal organs Serous fluid 4. The lubricating liquid in serous cavities Liver, spleen, 5. Circle the organs that are found within the peritoneal cavity: pancreas, liver, kidney, spleen, abdominal aorta, adrenal glands, abdominal aorta, inferior portions of vena cava, stomach inferior portions of vena cava, and stomach. ...
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