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Chapter 19 Your Body - Your Body's Structure Organization...

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1 Your Body’s Structure Organization Tissues Skeleton- Bone Muscles
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2 Organization of the Body Cells Tissues Organs Systems Organism
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3 Organ Systems Skeletal- protects Muscular- moves Circulatory- transports Endocrine- hormones Nervous- coordination Respiratory- oxygen Immune- fights Digestive- food Urinary- removal Reproductive- birth Integument- skin SKIN IS THE LARGEST ORGAN OF YOUR BODY
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4 Tissues 4 principal types of tissues: Epithelium Connective Muscle Nerve
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5 Epithelium First name, middle name, last name First name: Number of layers One layer = Simple More than one layer = Stratified Middle name: shape of cells Flat (squashed) = Squamous Square (cubed) = Cuboidal Tall (columns) = Columnar Last name: tissue type Always, “Epithelium”
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6 Connective tissue “Connects the body” Types: BONE, FAT, CARTILAGE, BLOOD Three functional categories: 1. Immune Connective tissue
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  • Spring '11
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  • Bone marrow, Circulatory- transports Endocrine- hormones Nervous- coordination Respiratory- oxygen Immune- fights Digestive- food Urinary- removal Reproductive- birth Integument- skin

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