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present in this areaSudoriferous glandSweat glandSebaceous glandOil glandPacinian CorpuscleMechanoreceptor that detects sensitivity like touchArrector Pili MuscleMuscle that causes hair to standMelanocyteCell that produces Melanin (dark pigments responsible for skin color)Stratum BasaleEpidermal layer that contains melanocytesUrinary SystemKidneyProduces, stores, and eliminates urineNephronKidney unit which regulates the amount of water and electrolytes like saltUreterTube which brings urine from the kidney to the bladderUrinary system1.FiltrationWater and electrolytes are filtered FROM the blood into the nephron2.ReabsorptionWater and electrolytes which are needed are reabsorbed FROM nephron TO the blood3.SecretionWater and electrolytes leftovers not needed by the blood (waste) are secreted by the blood BACKTO the nephron for elimination of as urineHeart Circulatory SystemDeoxygenated blood 1.Superior and inferior Vena Cava2.Right Atrium3.Tricuspid Valve4.Right Ventricle5.Pulmonary Valve6.Pulmonary ArteryOxygenated blood7.Lungs8.Pulmonary Veins9.Left Atrium10.Bicuspid Valve11.Left Ventricle12.Aortic Valve13. Aorta
Endocrine/HormonesAntidiuretic hormone (ADH)*Also known as Vasopressin Secreted by the posterior pituitary gland*Acts on the kidney to preserve fluid and electrolyte balance, by increase water reabsorptionLuteinizing hormone (LH) *Secreted by the anterior pituitary gland*Midway through menstrual cycle, triggers ovulation and creates corpus luteum (what is left of the egg after a woman ovulates).