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cells are made up of a colorless jellylike substance in which food elements such as protein, fats, carbohydrates, mineral salt, and water are present

nucleus cytoplasm and cell membrane

the principal parts of the cell


the center of the cell contains the which plays an imprortant role in cell reproduction


tthe protoplasm of a cell that surrounds the nucleus


the process by which cells reproduce by divding inot two identical cells called daughter cells is

food oxygen and water

cells will continue to grow and thrive as long as they are favored with the proper temperature, they eliminate waste products, and are favored with an adequate supply of


the comples chemical process whereby body cells are nourished and supplied with energy needed to carry on their many activities


the process of building up larger molecules from smaller onces, during which the body stores food,water, and oxygen for the time when they are needed for cell growth and repair q


the process of breaking down of larger substances or molecules into smaller ones


tissue that carries food, waste products, and hormones through the body is known


groups of cell of the same king


energy can be stored by special molecules and used for muscle contraction, secretion, or heat production


the protective cobering on body surfaces such as the skin, muccous membranes, linings of the heart, digestive and resipiratory organs and glands is


tissue that carries messages to and from the brain and controls and corrdinates all body funtcions is

connective tissue

that which supports, protects, and binds together other tissue of the body is


structures of the body that are designed to accomplish a specific function


groups of organs taht cooperate for a common purpose, namely the welfare of the entire body are


another name for integumantary symstem


another name for skeletal system

bloody supply

another name for teh circulatory system


the stomach and intestines are


the cranium is made up of how many bones


what bone forms the forehead


the bones that form the sides and top of the cranium


the bones that form the sides of the head in the ear region


the bones of the upper jaw


the largest and strongest bone of the face is


the hindmost bone of the skull


the uppermost and largest bone of the


the study of the structure, functions, and diseases of the muscles

origin, insertion, belly

the three parts of a muscle

orbicularis occuli

the muscle that enables you to close your eyes


the broad muscle that covers the top of the skull


another name for voluntary muscles that can be controlled by the will


the lower jaw bone which is the largest and strongest bone of the face and forms the lower jaw

epicranial aponeurosis

the tendon that connects the occipitalis and the frontalis

masseter and temporalis

the muscles that coordinate in opening and closing the mouth


the front portion of the epicranius


the muscle that draws the eyebrow down and wrinkles the forehead vertically


the mucle of the cheeck between the upper and lower jaw that compresses the cheecks and expels air between the lips

all the above

muscular tissue can be stimulated


the broad muscle taht extends from teh chest and shoulder muscles to the side of the chin; responsible for lowering the lower jaw and lip


the muscle that rotates and bends the head, as in nodding


the large, thick trangular-shaped muscle that covers the shoulder and lifts and turns the arm outward


the muscles that produce the contour of teh front and inner side of the upper arm, lifts the forearm and flexes the elbow


thet muscle that turns the hand outward and the palm upward is


the muscles that straighten the wrist, hand and the fingers to form a straight line are called


the muscles located at the base of each digit that separate the fingers


the mscles that involve the bending of the wrist


the muscles that assist in the swinging of the arms


a muscle covering the back of the neck and upper and middle region of the back that rotates and controls the swinging of the arms

lower leg

the gastrocnemius muscle is located in the

blood vascular system

the system that involves the heart, arteries, capillaries, and veins

circulatory system

the system that controls that steady circulation of blood through the body by means of the heart and blood vessels is

pulmonary circulation

the blood circulatory system that sends blood form the heart to the lungs to be purified is the


the largest artery in the human body is the

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