Fuction of Circulatory system
Carries oxygen and nutrients through-out the body
Function of red blood cells
Carries oxygen to the body and carries away carbon-dioxide
Pathogens, how they enter, how they attack, and bodys response.
Bacteria, fungus, viruses; Mouth, Nose, Eyes, Ears, also through cut on the skin; attack by attacking, Destroying, and multypling cells; bondy responds bye sending white blood cells and antibodies to kill the invaders.
Provides oxygen, and removes wastes
Digests food and provides body with nutrients
Supports and protects the body
Elimanates urea and waste; controls salt and water levels in body
Controls all systems in body
Stores nutrients; filters wastes, makes enzymes
Filters blood, regulates water and salt; produces urine
Takes in Oxygen, carries out CO2
Mechanically and Chemically digests food
Secretes enzymes used in digestion
Types of muscles
Voulentary- You control, Invoulantary- body controls, Cardiac-Heart, Smooth- Stomach, and intestines, Skeletal- Arms and legs
Hinge: Elbow and Knee Ball and Socket: Pelvis and Shoulder
Types and tissues found in bones
Compact bone: Hard;dense Spongy Bone; Hard but less dense
The ability for the body to maintain stable internal conditons (such as tempature).
Levels of organization in a orginisim
Cells, Tissue, Organ, Organ System, Organism
Created by Linneaus, In iltalics, First leter Capital, First word Genus, Second word Species
6 types of energy
Sound, Chemical, Radient, Electrical, Atomic, Mechanical
Kinetic vs. Potential
Kinetic: Energy in motion Potential: Stored energy
Know about electric current, static charges, what materials are conductors and insulators.
Electric Current: Measured in Amperes(amps); Resistance: Measured in Ohms; Electric Potential: Measured in Volts; Static charges build up charges through induction(Transfer charge without contact)