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What are the levels of organization simple to complex?
Chemical, Cellular, Tissue, Organ, System, Organism.
What is the Cellular Level of Organizational Levels?
The cell is the most basic functional unit of the body, cells and their organelles.
What is the Organ Level of Organizational Levels?
Group of two or more tissue types that perform a specific function.
What is the Organism Level of Organizational Levels?
All organ systems working together to promote life.
What are the Necessary Life Functions?
Organization, Responsiveness, Movement, Growth, Differentiation, Metabolism, Digestion, Excretion, Reproduction, and Survival Instinct.
What is Organization in Necessary Life Functions?
Each cell/organ has a specific activity or function.
What is Responsiveness in Necessary Life functions?
Monitor and react to internal/external stimuli. I.E: Withdrawal Reflex.
What is Movement in Necessary Life Functions?
Change body position, generate heat, move blood. Contractility.
What is Growth in Necessary Life Functions?
Organism development, increase cell number. Increase size.
What is Differentiation in Necessary Life Functions?
Develop specialized cell/tissue from unspecialized cells.
What is Metabolism in Necessary Life Functions?
Chemical processes that manufacture substances to support life, catabolism.
What is Digestion in Necessary Life Functions?
Breakdown complex food into simpler forms for absorption into body.
What is Excretion in Necessary Life Functions?
Removal of wastes resulting from metabolism and digestion. I.E: Carbon Dioxide, Feces.
What is Food/Nutrients in regards to the physical survival needs of for life?
Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, Nutrients, Minerals, Vitamins.
What is Pressure in regards to the physical needs for life?
Internal and external, adequate breathing and gas exchange.
What is Heat in regards to the physical needs for life?
Regulating a normal body temperature, 98.6 degrees F.
What is Homeostasis?
The maintenance of a relatively stable internal environment despite continuous outside changes. Equilibrium.
What are the directional terms for the body?
Superior, Inferior, Anterior, Posterior, Medial, Lateral, Proximal, Distal, Superficial, Deep, Cranial, Caudal, Ventral, Dorsal.
What are the Body Planes for the body?
Sagittal, Mid-Sagittal, Para-Sagittal, Frontal, Transverse, and Oblique.
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