Ch 4: Cellular Metabolism
Metabolic processes all chemical reactions that occur in
the body. Enzymes (proteins) control the rate of each
reaction (aka the Catalyst.)
are made from
Ch 5: Tissue
Similar cells with a common function are called tissues.
The study of tissues is called histology.
There are four (4) primary or major tissue types:
Ch7: Skeletal System
Human skeleton is initially cartilages or fibrous membranes
Hyaline cartilage is the most abundant cartilage
By age 25 the skeleton is completely hardened
206 bones make up the adult skeleton (20% of body mass)
80 bones o
Module 2 Lesson 2 Notes Guide
Please complete the information below as you go through the Module 2 Lesson 2
Notes. Then submit this study guide via the assignment link.
1. Skin is waterproof, yet allows:
2. The four functions of the skin are:
Module 2 Lesson 1 Guided Notes Document
Please complete the information below as you go through the Module 2 Lesson 1 Notes. Then submit
this study guide via the assignment link.
1. What is a tissue? Groups of cells similar in structure,
Module 1 Lesson 2 Notes
Part A: Bozeman video. Answer these questions while you view the video.
1. Which feedback brings you closer to your target?
2. What is the goal of homeostasis?
The goal of homeostasis is to stabilize setting.