Organization of the Body

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Organization of the Body Levels of Organization Eleven Organ System
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Levels of Organization Cell Tissue Organ Organ system
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Cells Many different types of cells are formed during embryonic development.
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Cells Continued Cells occur in many different shapes and sizes so they can perform many different functions.
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Tissue Many different cells work together to form a tissue. Cartilage Muscle Nerves Fat Skin Bone
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Tissue – Self Quiz Can you name these types of tissue?
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Tissue Types There are four main tissue types Muscle Epithelial Connective Nervous Nervous Muscle Connective Epithelial
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Muscle Tissue Is made up of contractile fibers Provides movement Examples Skeletal muscle (Striated) Heart muscle (Cardiac) Smooth muscle (Visceral) Skeletal Muscle Smooth Muscle Heart Muscle
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Epithelial Tissue Covers and protects Secretes + excretes Absorbs Examples Skin Lining of intestines Lungs and trachea Lobes of liver Salivary + Sweat Glands Pharynx
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Connective Tissue Holds organs in place Binds body parts together Pads and insulates Examples Bones Cartilage Tendons Ligaments Bone Tendon Cartilage
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Connective Tissue continued More Examples Fat Blood Fascia Collagen fibers Elastic fibers Fat Elastic Fibers Fascia Blood Collagen Fibers
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Nervous Tissue Receives stimuli Analyzes data Directs responses Transmits electrical impulses Examples Motor + Sensory neurons Brain Spinal cord Brain Neurons Spinal cord
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Organ Many tissues working together form an organ
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