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Biology - Animal Form & Function
What is the difference between "Physio…
Tissue & the 4 Main Category of Tissues
Epithelial Tissue: function
Epithelial Tissue: types (number & sha…
Physiology:... - the whole of natural history or natural science…
Tissue: integrated group of cells with a common structure and…
1. barrier (protects against injury/microorganisms/water loss…
Number of Cells:... 1. Simple - single cell layer... 2. Stratified…
What is the difference between "Physio…
Physiology:... - the whole of natural history or natural science…
Tissue & the 4 Main Category of Tissues
Tissue: integrated group of cells with a common structure and…
105 terms
Biology: Animal Form and Function
Define: Tissue
List: types of animal tissue
Define: Organ
Define: Organ system
Group of similar cells performing a common functions
1. Epithelial ... 2. Connective... 3. Nervous ... 4. Muscle
Group of different kind of tissues functioning together to pe…
Two or more organs working together to accomplish a particula…
Define: Tissue
Group of similar cells performing a common functions
List: types of animal tissue
1. Epithelial ... 2. Connective... 3. Nervous ... 4. Muscle
20 terms
Biology - Animal Form and Function
Tissues
Organs
Organ systems
Epithelial tissue
Groups of cells that have common structure and function
Groups of tissues organized into function units
Groups of organs that work together for a specific purpose (d…
Occurs in sheets of tightly packed cells, covers the body, li…
Tissues
Groups of cells that have common structure and function
Organs
Groups of tissues organized into function units
36 terms
Biology: Animal Form and Function
skeletal
muscular
circulatory
endocrine
support and protection
locomotion
internal material distribution
coordination of broad and long term body activities
skeletal
support and protection
muscular
locomotion
93 terms
AP biology animal form and function
Anatomy
physiology
Yes
Evolution
the study of biological form
the study of biological function
Does an Animal's size or shape influence the way an animal in…
Animal forms are diverse to fit different niches, however, ph…
Anatomy
the study of biological form
physiology
the study of biological function
314 terms
DAT Biology (Chapter 11 - Animal Form and Function)
Tissues (4 types)
Tissues
Organ
Organ system
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
similar cells performing common function
Different kinds of tissues together to perform a particular a…
two or more organs working to accomplish specific task
Tissues (4 types)
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
Tissues
similar cells performing common function
155 terms
Biology Plant and Animal form/function
What is indeterminate growth?
How do plants produce food?
Anchors the plant and takes in water a…
Harvests light and CO2 from the atmosp…
Plants grow throughout their lives
Plants use light energy to synthesize carbs, using CO2 from a…
The root system
Shoot system
What is indeterminate growth?
Plants grow throughout their lives
How do plants produce food?
Plants use light energy to synthesize carbs, using CO2 from a…
209 terms
Biology Final Animal Form and Function
temperature
heat
conduction
convection
balance of heat influx and efflux
determines temperature
transfer of kinetic energy through physical contact
transfer of kinetic energy involving fluid flow
temperature
balance of heat influx and efflux
heat
determines temperature
21 terms
Biology 112 Animal Form and Function
What do all organisms have to do to ma…
What makes an animal and animal?
What are the factors of an animal's co…
Organism Hierarchical Organization
cell membrane, eliminate waste, exchange gasses, reproduce, h…
no cell wall, heterotrophic, mulitcellular, cells divide by c…
occur @ epithelia, huge surface area (due to folding and bran…
cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, then organism
What do all organisms have to do to ma…
cell membrane, eliminate waste, exchange gasses, reproduce, h…
What makes an animal and animal?
no cell wall, heterotrophic, mulitcellular, cells divide by c…
99 terms
DAT BIOLOGY (Animal Form and Function)
Tissue Types
Homeostasis
Positive Feedback
Thermoregulation
Epithelial... Connective-bone, cartilage, blood... Nervous... Muscle
maintained by negative feedback... receptor detects change in co…
original condition intensified... EX: birth, lactation, orgasm
Ectotherms... Endotherms... Cooling by Evaporation... Warming by Metab…
Tissue Types
Epithelial... Connective-bone, cartilage, blood... Nervous... Muscle
Homeostasis
maintained by negative feedback... receptor detects change in co…
28 terms
AP Biology: Chapter 40 Animal Form & Function
Anatomy
Physiology
Tissue
Organ
The structure of an organism.
The processes and functions of an organism.
An integrated group of cells organized into a functional unit.
A specialized unit of function composed of several different…
Anatomy
The structure of an organism.
Physiology
The processes and functions of an organism.
58 terms
AP Biology Chapter 40: Animal Form & Function
Anatomy
Physiology
Tissue
Organ
The structure of an organism.
The processes and functions of an organism.
An integrated group of cells organized into a functional unit.
A specialized unit of function composed of several different…
Anatomy
The structure of an organism.
Physiology
The processes and functions of an organism.
68 terms
AP Biology: Animal Form and Function
Heterotrophs that ingest their food... Mu…
Cell Differentiation
Morphologenesis
Cleavage
What are animal characteristics?
Specialization of cells in structure and function
Process by which an animal takes shape
Rapid cell division
Heterotrophs that ingest their food... Mu…
What are animal characteristics?
Cell Differentiation
Specialization of cells in structure and function
138 terms
AP Biology: Animal Form and Function
epithelial, connective, nervous, and m…
integrator
effector
larynx
What are the kinds of tissues?
evaluates the change and activates a second mechanism to corr…
corrects the condition of the change
contains the vocal cords
epithelial, connective, nervous, and m…
What are the kinds of tissues?
integrator
evaluates the change and activates a second mechanism to corr…
45 terms
Biology Animal Form and Function Test
four main stages of food processing
7 primary organs of digestive system
another word for digestive system/tract
4 organs/structures that assist in dig…
ingestion, digestion, absorption, elimination
oral cavity, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intes…
alimentary canal
salivary glands, pancreas, gallbladder, liver
four main stages of food processing
ingestion, digestion, absorption, elimination
7 primary organs of digestive system
oral cavity, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intes…
314 terms
DAT Biology (Chapter 11 - Animal Form and Function)
Tissues (4 types)
Tissues
Organ
Organ system
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
similar cells performing common function
Different kinds of tissues together to perform a particular a…
two or more organs working to accomplish specific task
Tissues (4 types)
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
Tissues
similar cells performing common function
Biology 101 (Animal Form and Function)
Anatomy
Physiology
Regulator
Conformer
The specific parts and structure of an organism
Refers to the processes and functions of an organisms body an…
Uses internal controls to moderate internal change when chall…
Allowd its internal condition to vary with external changes
Anatomy
The specific parts and structure of an organism
Physiology
Refers to the processes and functions of an organisms body an…
181 terms
AP Biology: Animal Form and Function
Tissue
Organ
Organ System
Feedback Mechanism
group of similar cells performing a common funciton
group of different kinds of tissues functioning together to p…
two or more organs working together to accomplish a particula…
assesses the product of an activity to determine if the needs…
Tissue
group of similar cells performing a common funciton
Organ
group of different kinds of tissues functioning together to p…
146 terms
DAT Biology - Animal Form and Function
Tissues
Epithelial Tissue
Connective Tissue
What types of tissues are found in ani…
- groups of similar cells performing a common function
- outer skin layers and internal protective coverings
- bone, cartilage, blood
- epithelial, connective, nervous, muscle
Tissues
- groups of similar cells performing a common function
Epithelial Tissue
- outer skin layers and internal protective coverings
26 terms
Biology II- Animal form and function
Levels of orgization
Organ Systems
Types of Tissues
Epithelial Tissues
-Cellular... -Tissue... -Organ... -Organ System ... -Organism level
-Integumentary - Digestive... -Nervous - Muscle/ Skeletal ... -Circ…
- Epithelial - Connective ... -Muscle - Nervous
-Sheets that cover or line surface & tightly packed ... -Classif…
Levels of orgization
-Cellular... -Tissue... -Organ... -Organ System ... -Organism level
Organ Systems
-Integumentary - Digestive... -Nervous - Muscle/ Skeletal ... -Circ…
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Biology Animal Form and Function Test
The exocrine gland takes substances ou…
Ectotherms gain heat from external sou…
Your blood pH must remain between 7.35…
Your inner core needs to remain a stab…
Contrast the exocrine and endocrine glands
Contrast ectotherms and endotherms and give examples
Explain a negative feedback example
Explain the control of body temperature (thermoregulation)
The exocrine gland takes substances ou…
Contrast the exocrine and endocrine glands
Ectotherms gain heat from external sou…
Contrast ectotherms and endotherms and give examples
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Biology final animal form and function
physiology
rate of exchange is proportional to
amount of exchange material is proport…
cell membrane must be in contact with.…
biological functions an animal performs
cell's surface area
cell's volume
fluid
physiology
biological functions an animal performs
rate of exchange is proportional to
cell's surface area
314 terms
DAT Biology (Chapter 11 - Animal Form and Function)
Tissues (4 types)
Tissues
Organ
Organ system
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
similar cells performing common function
Different kinds of tissues together to perform a particular a…
two or more organs working to accomplish specific task
Tissues (4 types)
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
Tissues
similar cells performing common function
63 terms
AP Biology Ch. 40 Animal Form and Function
interstitial fluid
digestive system
circulatory system
respiratory system
spaces between cells are filled with this fluid
food processing; includes mouth, pharnyx, esophagus, stomach,…
internal distribution of materials; includes heart, blood ves…
gas exchange (uptake of oxygen; disposal of CO2); includes lu…
interstitial fluid
spaces between cells are filled with this fluid
digestive system
food processing; includes mouth, pharnyx, esophagus, stomach,…
314 terms
DAT Biology (Chapter 11 - Animal Form and Function)
Tissues (4 types)
Tissues
Organ
Organ system
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
similar cells performing common function
Different kinds of tissues together to perform a particular a…
two or more organs working to accomplish specific task
Tissues (4 types)
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
Tissues
similar cells performing common function
314 terms
*DAT Biology (Chapter 11 - Animal Form and Function)
Tissues (4 types)
Tissues
Organ
Organ system
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
similar cells performing common function
Different kinds of tissues together to perform a particular a…
two or more organs working to accomplish specific task
Tissues (4 types)
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
Tissues
similar cells performing common function
127 terms
Biology 204 Animal Form and Function Exam 1
1) Describe the defining characteristi…
2) Based on the defining characters of…
3) Explain how all animals must feed?…
4) Explain why there are no perfectly…
-adapted to specific environments; convergent evolution (orga…
-similar: multicellular, heterotrophic, lack cell walls and p…
-they get their energy from other organisms... -heterotrophic... -f…
-TRADE OFFS; ex) Type 1 (lean, endurance) vs Type 1 (bulk, st…
1) Describe the defining characteristi…
-adapted to specific environments; convergent evolution (orga…
2) Based on the defining characters of…
-similar: multicellular, heterotrophic, lack cell walls and p…
314 terms
DAT Biology (Chapter 11 - Animal Form and Function)
Tissues (4 types)
Tissues
Organ
Organ system
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
similar cells performing common function
Different kinds of tissues together to perform a particular a…
two or more organs working to accomplish specific task
Tissues (4 types)
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
Tissues
similar cells performing common function
314 terms
DAT Biology (Chapter 11 - Animal Form and Function)
Tissues (4 types)
Tissues
Organ
Organ system
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
similar cells performing common function
Different kinds of tissues together to perform a particular a…
two or more organs working to accomplish specific task
Tissues (4 types)
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
Tissues
similar cells performing common function
306 terms
Exam #3- Animal Form and Function- Biology 112
ANIMAL DIGESTIVE SYSTEMS (Chapters 40…
Tissues
Tissue
Organs
...
In animals, cells combine to form _____.
This is a group of cells with common structure/function. The…
Tissues make up ______.
ANIMAL DIGESTIVE SYSTEMS (Chapters 40…
...
Tissues
In animals, cells combine to form _____.
314 terms
DAT Biology (Chapter 11 - Animal Form and Function)
Tissues (4 types)
Tissues
Organ
Organ system
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
similar cells performing common function
Different kinds of tissues together to perform a particular a…
two or more organs working to accomplish specific task
Tissues (4 types)
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
Tissues
similar cells performing common function
314 terms
DAT Biology (Chapter 11 - Animal Form and Function)
Tissues (4 types)
Tissues
Organ
Organ system
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
similar cells performing common function
Different kinds of tissues together to perform a particular a…
two or more organs working to accomplish specific task
Tissues (4 types)
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
Tissues
similar cells performing common function
314 terms
DAT Biology (Chapter 11 - Animal Form and Function)
Tissues (4 types)
Tissues
Organ
Organ system
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
similar cells performing common function
Different kinds of tissues together to perform a particular a…
two or more organs working to accomplish specific task
Tissues (4 types)
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
Tissues
similar cells performing common function
55 terms
Animal Form and Function
Metabolic Water
Anatomy
Physiology
Adaptations
-The water that is produced as a byproduct of cellular respir…
-The study of an organism's physical structure
-The study of how the physical structures in an organism func…
-Heritable traits that allow individuals to survive and repro…
Metabolic Water
-The water that is produced as a byproduct of cellular respir…
Anatomy
-The study of an organism's physical structure
420 terms
Cliffsnotes Biology - Animal Form and Function (mine)
4 general categories of tissues
In negative feedback, what is the sens…
In negative feedback, the control cent…
3 occassions where there is positive f…
epithelial, connective, nervous, and muscle
receptor
effector
labor contractions, lactation, and sexual orgasms
4 general categories of tissues
epithelial, connective, nervous, and muscle
In negative feedback, what is the sens…
receptor
314 terms
DAT Biology (Chapter 11 - Animal Form and Function)
Tissues (4 types)
Tissues
Organ
Organ system
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
similar cells performing common function
Different kinds of tissues together to perform a particular a…
two or more organs working to accomplish specific task
Tissues (4 types)
Epithelial... Connective... Nervous... Muscle
Tissues
similar cells performing common function
68 terms
Biology 2 CH40 Animal Form and Function
This favors variations that meets an a…
physiology
animal form and function are correlate…
stimulus
Natural Selection
biological function of an organism
Key concept
departure from the norm; detectable change in internal or ext…
This favors variations that meets an a…
Natural Selection
physiology
biological function of an organism
72 terms
Biology: Chapter 40 Animal Form & Function
Animal Characteristics
Anatomy
Physiology
Tissue
Multicellular, ingestive heterotrophs, lack cell walls but ar…
The study of the biological form of an organism
The study of the biological functions an organism performs
A group(s) of cells with a common structure and function
Animal Characteristics
Multicellular, ingestive heterotrophs, lack cell walls but ar…
Anatomy
The study of the biological form of an organism
30 terms
Mastering Biology nov 6 animal form and function
The four major categories of tissues a…
A countercurrent heat exchanger enable…
Choose the list that presents the four…
For ingested foods, the first opportun…
nervous, epithelial, connective, and muscle
reduce the loss of body heat to the environment
ingestion → digestion → absorption → elimination
mouth
The four major categories of tissues a…
nervous, epithelial, connective, and muscle
A countercurrent heat exchanger enable…
reduce the loss of body heat to the environment
216 terms
Biology - Ch. 11: Animal Form & Function
Cells organized into:
Tissues:
Organ:
Organ System:
tissues, organ, & organ system
groups of cells that perform a common function, which is orga…
group of tissues functioning to perform an activity
group of organs working to accomplish a task
Cells organized into:
tissues, organ, & organ system
Tissues:
groups of cells that perform a common function, which is orga…
34 terms
Biology Ch 40 Animal Form & Function
Tight junctions
Gap junctions
Exocrine glands
Endocrine glands
Cell junctions which hold cells together
Cell junctions which connect abutting cytoplasms
Glands which secrete products onto free epithelial surfaces v…
Glands which are ductless and release hormones into the fluid…
Tight junctions
Cell junctions which hold cells together
Gap junctions
Cell junctions which connect abutting cytoplasms
199 terms
DAT Biology Chapter 11 - Animal Form & Function
tissues
epithelial tissue
connective tissue
four types of tissue
groups of similar cells performing a common function
outer skin layers and internal protective coverings
bone, cartilage, blood
epithelial tissue, connective tissue, nervous tissue, muscle…
tissues
groups of similar cells performing a common function
epithelial tissue
outer skin layers and internal protective coverings
24 terms
AP Biology: Chapter 40 Animal Form & Function
Anatomy
Physiology
Tissue
Organ
The structure of an organism.
The processes and functions of an organism.
An integrated group of cells organized into a functional unit.
A specialized unit of function composed of several different…
Anatomy
The structure of an organism.
Physiology
The processes and functions of an organism.
50 terms
Biology Chapter 42: Animal Form and Function
Anatomy
Physiology
Adaptions
Fitness
the study of an organism's physical structure.
the study of the functions of the physical structures in an o…
heritable traits that allows individuals to survive and repro…
the ability to produce viable offspring
Anatomy
the study of an organism's physical structure.
Physiology
the study of the functions of the physical structures in an o…
36 terms
Biology Chapter 2 Test: Animal Form and Function
schoology pictures
Exocrine vs. Endocrine Glands
Negative Feedback Examples
Thermoregulation
Simple squamous, epithelial, lungs and capillaries
Exocrine:... takes substances out of body through ducts (sweat,…
Blood pH:... CO2 and oxygen create an acid in blood... You inhale,…
Circulatory Adaptations:... Blood flow between body core and ext…
schoology pictures
Simple squamous, epithelial, lungs and capillaries
Exocrine vs. Endocrine Glands
Exocrine:... takes substances out of body through ducts (sweat,…
29 terms
Campbell Biology Chapter 40: Animal Form & Function
Anatomy
Physiology
Interstitial fluid
Internal exchange surface of Digestive…
biological form
biological function
fluid in the spaces between cells that helps with exchange
villi (finger-like projections) on the lining of the small in…
Anatomy
biological form
Physiology
biological function
216 terms
AP Biology Topic 9: Animal Form and Function
tissues
organs
organ systems
endocrine system
groups of cells that have a common structure and function; fu…
functional units made up of similar tissues
made up of groups of organs that work together
an organ system in which hormones are released into the blood…
tissues
groups of cells that have a common structure and function; fu…
organs
functional units made up of similar tissues
69 terms
Cliff's AP Biology: Animal Form and Function
Epithelial tissue
connective tissues
homeostasis
ectotherms (poikilotherms)
outer skin layes and internal protective coverings
bone, cartilage, blood
the maintance of stable, internal conditions within narrow li…
animals that obtain body hear from their environment. "cold-b…
Epithelial tissue
outer skin layes and internal protective coverings
connective tissues
bone, cartilage, blood
108 terms
AP Biology Topic 9: Animal Form and Function
tissues
homeostasis
sensors
response
groups of cells that have a common structure and function... tis…
animals maintain a relatively constant internal environment e…
detect any stimulus above or below the set point
(physiological) helps return the body to its set point
tissues
groups of cells that have a common structure and function... tis…
homeostasis
animals maintain a relatively constant internal environment e…
61 terms
Chapter 40 Animal Form and Function
anatomy
physiology
tissues
epithelial tissue
Study of the structure of an organism.
Study of the functions an organism performs.
Groups of cells with a common structure and function.
Tissue that covers outside of the body and lines organs and c…
anatomy
Study of the structure of an organism.
physiology
Study of the functions an organism performs.
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