4. Immunity is carried out primarily by which of the following pairs of organ systems? a. respiratory and cardiovascular systems b. cardiovascular and lymphatic systems (correct answer) c. skeletal and cardiovascular systems d. urinary and integumentary systems e. nervous and lymphatic systems 5. Which organ: veina. transports blood to the heart?
tracheab. is commonly known as the windpipe? esophagusc. transports food from the pharynx to the stomach? bladderd. stores urine? testise. produces sperm? Activity 2: Using Anatomical Terminology to Describe Organ Locations 1. Complete the following chart: Organ Organ System to Which It Belongs Dorsal Body Cavity or Ventral Body Cavity? Specific Body Cavity Brain nervous dorsal Cranial Gallbladder digestive ventral Abdominal Heart cardiovascular ventral Pericardial Skin integumentary neither none Urinary bladder urinary ventral Pelvic 2. Complete each of the following statements with an accurate directional term: 3. In which abdominopelvic region is each of the following organs predominantly found? R hypochondriac hypogastricL hypochondriacepigastricR lumbarActivity 3: Studying Homeostasis and Organ System Interactions (DO NOT WORRY ABOUT! WE DID NOT DO ACTIVITY 3!) PART II. Putting It All Together A. Review Questions (DO NOT NEED TO ANSWER ANY OF THESE SINCE THEY ALL DEAL WITH ACTIVITY 3 CONCEPTS!)
B. Concept Mapping 1. Fill in the blanks to complete this concept map outlining selected organs found in the ventral body cavity. kidney lung spleen thymus uterus 2. Construct a unit concept map to show the relationships among the following set of terms. Include all of the terms in your diagram. Your instructor may choose to assign additional terms. bone brain esophagus heart kidney lung muscle pancreas pharynx skin spleen stomach testis thymus trachea Answers will vary.
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