5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Adipose Tissue
- The structural and physiological characteristics of all plants and animals are specifically adapted to their _____.
- spinal cavity
- sensory receptors
- a cells or cell parts that detect stimuli (forms of energy). They then send signals to the brain.
- b space inside the spinal column containing the spinal cord
- 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
- d farther from a point of reference
- e habitat
5 Multiple choice questions
- elastic fibers
- the two upper chambers of the heart- the receiving areas that pool incoming blood.
- Detects external and internal stimuli. Controls and coordinates the responses to stimuli; integrates all organ system activities
- basement membrane
- close to a point of reference
5 True/False questions
where do gland cells occur? → tells the muscle cells how much energy is needed to perform an action
exocrine glands → have no ducts. they secrete their products, hormones, directly into interstitial fluid
cardiac muscle tissue → occurs 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.
Negative feedback mechanism → homeostatic control mechanism that reduces the output of the stimulus. fixes changes in the internal environment
notochord → flexible 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