04 Int Anat & Physiology

04 Int Anat & Physiology - TFTD = Physiology...

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TFTD = Physiology Physiology . Noun. Etymology: Latin physiologia = natural science, from Greek, physis (=nature) + -logia (to study) 1 : a branch of biology that deals with the functions and activities of life or of living matter (as organs, tissues, or cells) and of the physical and chemical phenomena involved
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Internal Anatomy & Physiology Digestive System Respiratory System Circulatory System Nervous System
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Digestive System – The Gut Mouthparts uptake/chew food, which enters esophagous Gut Function: o Store food o o Remove water o Process/excrete wastes
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Digestive System esophagous crop proventriculus Gastric caecae Ventriculus = midgut Malpighian tubules intestine rectum anus Salivary glands Hindgut Midgut Foregut
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Digestive System Anatomy Crop Proventriculus Gastric caecae Midgut Malpighian tubules Hindgut
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