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5 Matching questions

  1. Adipose Tissue
  2. The structural and physiological characteristics of all plants and animals are specifically adapted to their _____.
  3. spinal cavity
  4. Distal
  5. sensory receptors
  1. a cells or cell parts that detect stimuli (forms of energy). They then send signals to the brain.
  2. b space inside the spinal column containing the spinal cord
  3. c Energy reservoir where excess carbohydrates and lipids are converted to fats. The fats then form an insulating layer and cushion certain body parts and organs such as kidneys and hearts
  4. d farther from a point of reference
  5. e habitat

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. elastic fibers
  2. the two upper chambers of the heart- the receiving areas that pool incoming blood.
  3. Detects external and internal stimuli. Controls and coordinates the responses to stimuli; integrates all organ system activities
  4. basement membrane
  5. close to a point of reference

5 True/False questions

  1. where do gland cells occur?tells the muscle cells how much energy is needed to perform an action

          

  2. exocrine glandshave no ducts. they secrete their products, hormones, directly into interstitial fluid

          

  3. cardiac muscle tissueoccurs only in the heart wall. Contains sarcomeres. Consists of single, branching cells that have a nucleus. At their ends, adhering junctions help keep them from being ripped apart during forceful contractions.

          

  4. Negative feedback mechanismhomeostatic control mechanism that reduces the output of the stimulus. fixes changes in the internal environment

          

  5. notochordflexible rodlike structure of mesodermal cells that is the principal logitudinal structural element of chordates and of early empryo vertebrates. Plays an organizational role in nervous systm development