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Biology- Human Body 1
Homeostasis
Tissue
Organ
Epithelial
Maintenance of a stable internal environment in your body
A group of similar cells that perform a common function.
A collection of tissues that carry out a specialized function…
Covers and protects underlying tissue. The cells form a conti…
Homeostasis
Maintenance of a stable internal environment in your body
Tissue
A group of similar cells that perform a common function.
Biology-Chapter 1: The Human Body
Superior (cranial)
Inferior (caudal)
Lateral
Medial
above; toward head or upper part of body
below; toward lower part of body
away from midline; on outer side of
midline of body; on inner side of, next to
Superior (cranial)
above; toward head or upper part of body
Inferior (caudal)
below; toward lower part of body
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Human Body 1 general biology
What are the four main types of tissue?
What is NERVOUS TISSUE used for?
What does CONNECTIVE TISSUE do?
What does EPITHELIAL TISSUE do?
Nervous, Connective, Epithelial, Muscular
tissue is used to conduct impulses from one body part to anot…
connects body parts, provides support and protection, insulat…
covers and protects, secretes + excretes and absorbs
What are the four main types of tissue?
Nervous, Connective, Epithelial, Muscular
What is NERVOUS TISSUE used for?
tissue is used to conduct impulses from one body part to anot…
Biology: Human Body Part 1
What are the levels of organization?
What are the 4 types of tissue?
Which tissue is able to stretch and co…
Which tissue transmits electrical sign…
Cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism
Muscle, connective, epithelial, nerve
Muscle
Nerve tissue
What are the levels of organization?
Cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism
What are the 4 types of tissue?
Muscle, connective, epithelial, nerve
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Biology In The Human Body Part 1
Cells
Stem cells
Muscles cells
Cardiac cells
The basic building blocks of all organisms
Can become any type of cells, but can only be found for about…
Provide movement through contracting and relaxing... Cardiac ce…
The cells that make up and your heart and pump it
Cells
The basic building blocks of all organisms
Stem cells
Can become any type of cells, but can only be found for about…
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BIOLOGY- HUMAN BODY DIAGRAM
Cranium
Mandible
Clavicle
Sternum
Skull
Lower jaw
Collar bone
Breast bone
Cranium
Skull
Mandible
Lower jaw
Human Body (biology) 1-4
hair, nails, sweat glands, and oil gla…
homeostasis
protects tissue and organs, helps regu…
epidermis
name four structures associated with the skin
the skin and its associated structures are important for main…
name four functions of the skin.
the outermost layer of skin is ____________.
hair, nails, sweat glands, and oil gla…
name four structures associated with the skin
homeostasis
the skin and its associated structures are important for main…
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7L.1 - Cell Biology and Human Body
Cell
Prokaryotic
Eukaryotic
Organelle
The basic unit of life. Cells make up all living organisms. C…
A type of cell that is very simple with few internal organell…
A type of cell that is more complex because it has internal o…
A tiny organ that does the work of a cell. There are many org…
Cell
The basic unit of life. Cells make up all living organisms. C…
Prokaryotic
A type of cell that is very simple with few internal organell…
Biology term 1 human body
Heart function
Heart structure
Mitral(bicuspid) and tricuspid valves
Aortic valves and pulmonary valve
To deliver oxygen, nutrients and other substances to the cell…
Heart pumps blood... Pulmonary system- heart to lungs and back…
Mitral valve and tricuspid, control blood flow from the atria…
Control blood flow out of the ventricles
Heart function
To deliver oxygen, nutrients and other substances to the cell…
Heart structure
Heart pumps blood... Pulmonary system- heart to lungs and back…
Human Biology: Body Systems: Unit 1
Organism
Organ
System
Tissue
all body systems integrated together
different types of tissues working together
a group of organs working together
cells with similar specialisations carrying out a common func…
Organism
all body systems integrated together
Organ
different types of tissues working together
Human Body Biology Exam 1
science
biology
metabolism
cell
the study of the natural world
the study of living organisms and life's processes; the study…
the physical and chemical processes involved in transforming…
the smallest unit that exhibits all the characteristics of life
science
the study of the natural world
biology
the study of living organisms and life's processes; the study…
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Biology Human Body part 1
Function of immune system
A disease causing agent
An organisms ability to resist pathogens
Something that disrupts, changes norma…
Fight infection and making new cells
Pathogen
Immunity
Disease
Function of immune system
Fight infection and making new cells
A disease causing agent
Pathogen
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Biology 1 Chapter 2 The Human Body
Gas Exchange
Lungs
Ribcage
Respiratory System
The process of obtaining oxygen from the environment and rele…
The main organ of the respiratory system and is used for brea…
12 pairs of ribs that protect the chest cavity and aid in bre…
A system of organs, functioning in the process of gas exchang…
Gas Exchange
The process of obtaining oxygen from the environment and rele…
Lungs
The main organ of the respiratory system and is used for brea…
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1 The Human Body
Cell
Nucleus
Tissue
Organ
Basic unit of life
Brain of the cell
A group of similar cells that perform the same function.
A group of tissues that carry out a specialized function of t…
Cell
Basic unit of life
Nucleus
Brain of the cell
Advanced Biology: The Human Body Mod. #1
Gross Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
Physiology
Histology
the study of the body systems that can be seen by the naked eye
the study of the body systems that can only be seen with a mi…
the study of how anatomy works and functions
the study of tissue
Gross Anatomy
the study of the body systems that can be seen by the naked eye
Microscopic Anatomy
the study of the body systems that can only be seen with a mi…
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Biology Human Body Unit
Muscle Tissue; Types of Muscle Tissue
Nervous Tissue
Epithelial Tissue
Connective Tissue; Types of Connective…
Enables movement; ... -Skeletal Muscles: Moves bones (voluntary)…
Sends messages in body (brain, spinal cord, nerves)
Lines body organs (skin, hair, nails)
Supports, protects, and insulates body;... Ex. Bone, Cartilage,…
Muscle Tissue; Types of Muscle Tissue
Enables movement; ... -Skeletal Muscles: Moves bones (voluntary)…
Nervous Tissue
Sends messages in body (brain, spinal cord, nerves)
Biology Human Body Systems
Cell
Tissue
Organ
Organ system
A membrane bound structure that contains biomolecules such as…
In complex organisms, cells group together with one another b…
A group of tissues that perform a specific function or group…
A group of organs that work together to carry out a particula…
Cell
A membrane bound structure that contains biomolecules such as…
Tissue
In complex organisms, cells group together with one another b…
Biology; Human Body Systems
Digestive System:
Respiratory System:
Circulatory System:
Blood Pressure:
Brings down food for your body to use.
The function of the respiratory system, is to get oxygen in t…
Performs functions that consists of heart and blood
The force of blood against the walls, the blood is pushed int…
Digestive System:
Brings down food for your body to use.
Respiratory System:
The function of the respiratory system, is to get oxygen in t…
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Advanced Biology (The Human Body) Module 1 Terms
anatomy
gross anatomy
human anatomy
surface anatomy
study of the structure of an organism
the study of the macroscopic structures of an organism
the study of the structure of the human body
anatomy by Braille, used for diagnosis
anatomy
study of the structure of an organism
gross anatomy
the study of the macroscopic structures of an organism
Biology: Human Body Systems
structures in reproductive system
main functions of reproductive system
structures involved in digestive system
main functions of digestive system
male: testes and penis ... female: vagina, uterus, ovaries
produce sperm and egg cells, transport and support the cells,…
mouth, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, panc…
digestion and absorption: takes the food we ingest, breaks it…
structures in reproductive system
male: testes and penis ... female: vagina, uterus, ovaries
main functions of reproductive system
produce sperm and egg cells, transport and support the cells,…
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Human Biology (lecture 1- body cavities)
body cavities
cranial cavity
vertebral canal
thoracic cavity
spaces within the body that contain, protect, separate, and s…
formed by skull bones
formed by backbone that contains spinal cord
chest cavity
body cavities
spaces within the body that contain, protect, separate, and s…
cranial cavity
formed by skull bones
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Human Biology UNIT 1 the functioning human body
Cell membrane
Cytoplasm
Cytosol
Organelles
Outer boundary of the cell that separates it from neighbourin…
Thick fluid within the cell membrane and all the structures s…
The liquid part of the cytoplasm 70-90% water
Specialised structures suspended in the cytoplasm
Cell membrane
Outer boundary of the cell that separates it from neighbourin…
Cytoplasm
Thick fluid within the cell membrane and all the structures s…
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Biology 1190 - Chapter 1: Introduction to the Human Body
Anatomy
Physiology
Relationship between anatomy and Physi…
Six characteristics of living organisms
the study of form
the study of function
the structure of a part of the body often reflects its function
1.. Metabolism ... 2. Responsiveness... 3. Differentiation... 4. Repro…
Anatomy
the study of form
Physiology
the study of function
Human Body Notebook Test #1 Biology
Endocrine
Lymphatic
Digestive
Excretory
Regulates body activities using hormomes
Stores and carries white blood cells that fight diseases and…
Takes in food and breaks it down into small molecules and abs…
Removes waste products from cellular metabolism and filters b…
Endocrine
Regulates body activities using hormomes
Lymphatic
Stores and carries white blood cells that fight diseases and…
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Biology (Human Body)
Arteries
Veins
Capillaries
Role of red blood cells
Carry blood away from the heart.
Carry blood to the heart.
Tiny blood vessels that allow for exchange of gases, nutrient…
Carry oxygen from the lungs to all body cells.
Arteries
Carry blood away from the heart.
Veins
Carry blood to the heart.
20 terms
Biology: Human Body Part 1 Review
cardiac muscle
dermis
appendicular skeleton
peristalsis
is involuntary and has striations
layer of skin that contains blood vessels and nerves
division of the skeleton that includes the arms and legs
muscle contractions that move food through the digestive tract
cardiac muscle
is involuntary and has striations
dermis
layer of skin that contains blood vessels and nerves
Biology: Module 1 (Human Body System)
Homeostasis
Homeostatic Variables
Temperature (Homeostatic Variables)
pH (Homeostatic Variables)
Tendency toward a relatively stable equilibrium and maintaini…
-temperature -oxygen... -pH -ion concentration... -blood glucose -b…
Affects enzyme activity and protein shape and function. Regul…
Acidity and alkalinity. Proteins denature and enzymes lose th…
Homeostasis
Tendency toward a relatively stable equilibrium and maintaini…
Homeostatic Variables
-temperature -oxygen... -pH -ion concentration... -blood glucose -b…
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Bones of the Human Body 1-15 (Honors Biology)
Occipital Bone
Parietal Bone
Temporal Bone
Frontal Bone
Protects the occipital lobe of the brain which servs as the b…
Protects the parietal lobe of the brain which receives sensor…
Protects the temporal lobe of the brain which serves as the b…
Protects the frontal lobe of the brain which controls the con…
Occipital Bone
Protects the occipital lobe of the brain which servs as the b…
Parietal Bone
Protects the parietal lobe of the brain which receives sensor…
Biology: 30.1 Organization of the Human Body
Epithelial Tissue
Connective Tissue
Nervous Tissue
Muscle Tissue
Protection, absorption, and excretion of materials
Binding of epithelial tissue to structures, support, and tran…
Receiving and transmitting nerve impulses
Voluntary and involuntary movements
Epithelial Tissue
Protection, absorption, and excretion of materials
Connective Tissue
Binding of epithelial tissue to structures, support, and tran…
11 terms
Biology 2- Human body- Module 1
Effector
Endocytosis
Exocytosis
Gross Anatomy
A structure in the body that can change the... value of a variab…
The process by which large molecules are taken... into the cell…
Transportation of material from inside the cell... to outside th…
The study of the macroscopic structures... of an organism (1)
Effector
A structure in the body that can change the... value of a variab…
Endocytosis
The process by which large molecules are taken... into the cell…
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1.4 human body
a muscle that is not under conscious c…
a muscle that is under conscious control
a muscle that is attached to the bones…
Strong connective tissue that attaches…
Involuntary Muscle
Voluntary Muscle
Skeletal Muscle
Tendon
a muscle that is not under conscious c…
Involuntary Muscle
a muscle that is under conscious control
Voluntary Muscle
5 terms
Biology - Bones in the Human Body
Skull
Mandible
Cervical Vertebrates
Clavicle
Skull
Mandible
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Biology: Chapter 1, Organization of the Human Body
anatomy
physiology
structure, function
chemical level
the study of structures and the relationship among structures
deals with the function of the body parts and how they work
__________ and ___________ have a relationship; _________ det…
the lowest, composed of atoms, forming molecules and compounds
anatomy
the study of structures and the relationship among structures
physiology
deals with the function of the body parts and how they work
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Human Body + Biology
Cell
Prokaryotic
Eukaryotic
Organelle
Basic Unit of life; makes up all living organisms. Must have…
Very simple cell with few internal organelles, free floating…
More complex cell type with internal organelles, membrane bou…
Tiny organ that does work of a cell. Many organelles in eukar…
Cell
Basic Unit of life; makes up all living organisms. Must have…
Prokaryotic
Very simple cell with few internal organelles, free floating…
Biology Bones and Human Body
scapula
humerus
ulna
radius
shoulder blade
upper arm bone
bone of the lower arm (pinky side)
bone of the lower arm (thumb side)
scapula
shoulder blade
humerus
upper arm bone
Human Biology (overview of the body)
Anatomical position
Sagittal plane
Midsagittal plane
Frontal (coronal) plane
standing erect, facing the viewer, hands held down along the…
Dividing the body into left and right portions
Equal right and left portions
Divides the body into front and back portions
Anatomical position
standing erect, facing the viewer, hands held down along the…
Sagittal plane
Dividing the body into left and right portions
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Biology 1 Honors Human Body Vocabulary
Reflex
Cerebrum
Cerebral Cortex
Thalamus
quick, automatic response to a stimulus
part of the brain responsible for voluntary activities of the…
outer layer of the cerebrum of a mammal's brain; center of th…
brain structure that receives messages from the sense organs…
Reflex
quick, automatic response to a stimulus
Cerebrum
part of the brain responsible for voluntary activities of the…
64 terms
Biology 1 Honors Human Body Vocabulary
Reflex
Cerebrum
Cerebral Cortex
Thalamus
quick, automatic response to a stimulus
part of the brain responsible for voluntary activities of the…
outer layer of the cerebrum of a mammal's brain; center of th…
brain structure that receives messages from the sense organs…
Reflex
quick, automatic response to a stimulus
Cerebrum
part of the brain responsible for voluntary activities of the…
26 terms
Human Body Systems 1
Cell
Tissues
Organs
Organ systems
the smallest unit of an organism that can perform life functi…
similar type cells that perform the same function (e.g. all m…
a structure made up of different types if tissues that work t…
a group of two or more organs working together for a specific…
Cell
the smallest unit of an organism that can perform life functi…
Tissues
similar type cells that perform the same function (e.g. all m…
17 terms
Biology: Human Body
vein
small intestine
cell
organ
A blood vessel that carries blood toward the heart chambers.…
Digestion and absorption of food occurs in the small intestin…
the basic structural and functional unit of all organisms
A collection of tissues that carry out a specialized function…
vein
A blood vessel that carries blood toward the heart chambers.…
small intestine
Digestion and absorption of food occurs in the small intestin…
48 terms
Biology - Module 1- Organization of the Human Body
Anatomy
Physiology
Levels of Organization
Cellular Level
study of structure and relationship of body parts
study of function of anatomical structures, their physical an…
1. Cellular... 2. Tissue... 3. Organ... 4. System... 5. Organism
unit of life, made up of chemicals and molecules
Anatomy
study of structure and relationship of body parts
Physiology
study of function of anatomical structures, their physical an…
Developmental Biology Lecture 1: The Human Body Plan
Human Identity Card
Kingdom - Animal
Superphylum - Coelomate
Phylum - Chordate
-Kingom: Animal... -Superphylum: Coelomate... -Phylum: Chordate... -Su…
A part of the human identity card that defines a *living orga…
A part of the human identity card that defines a Coelom whi…
A part of the human identity card that has a... -Notochord... -*N…
Human Identity Card
-Kingom: Animal... -Superphylum: Coelomate... -Phylum: Chordate... -Su…
Kingdom - Animal
A part of the human identity card that defines a *living orga…
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Biology: Human Body quiz 1 Review
skull
upper jaw
lower jaw
shin bone
cranium
maxilla
mandible
tibia
skull
cranium
upper jaw
maxilla
52 terms
Biology- The Human Body
artery
vein
capillaries
aorta
takes blood away from the heart
delivers blood to the heart
smallest blood vessel; exchanges gas, waste, and nutrients
takes blood away from the heart from the left ventricle to th…
artery
takes blood away from the heart
vein
delivers blood to the heart
61 terms
Human Biology and Body Systems - Test 1
esophagus
stomach
small intestine
large intestine
tube that leads from mouth to stomach
part of mechanical digestion
digestion and absorption of the food
absorbs water into the bloodstream
esophagus
tube that leads from mouth to stomach
stomach
part of mechanical digestion
70 terms
AP Biology: Human Body Systems
anterior vena cava
pulmonary artery
arteries
veins
(circulatory)... collects blood from upper part of body to retur…
(circulatory)... Carries deoxygentated blood from the heart to t…
(circulatory)... Blood vessels that carry blood away from the he…
(circulatory)... Blood vessels that carry blood back to the heart
anterior vena cava
(circulatory)... collects blood from upper part of body to retur…
pulmonary artery
(circulatory)... Carries deoxygentated blood from the heart to t…
41 terms
Apologia Advanced Biology/Human Body Module #1
Gross anatomy
Microscopic anatomy
Physiology
Histology
The study of the macroscopic structures of an organism.
The study of the microscopic structures of an organism.
The study of the functions of an organism and it's parts.
The study of tissues.
Gross anatomy
The study of the macroscopic structures of an organism.
Microscopic anatomy
The study of the microscopic structures of an organism.
20 terms
Human Biology Section 1: Body Organization and Homeostasis
Homeostasis
Cell
Tissue
Organ
Same state(remains consatant)
Basic living unit, (all living things are made up of them)
Groups of simialar cells (four types: Connective, Muscle, Ner…
Tissues working together to preform a specific function, form…
Homeostasis
Same state(remains consatant)
Cell
Basic living unit, (all living things are made up of them)
41 terms
Biology 214: Organization of the Human Body-1
What are the 9 characteristics of life?
What do all organisms need to maintain…
Metabolism
2 Reasons we need our metabolism
1. living things use energy... 2. living things exchange materia…
Energy
Exchanging materials with one's surroundings, by breaking dow…
1. Build new structures... 2. Maintain existing structures
What are the 9 characteristics of life?
1. living things use energy... 2. living things exchange materia…
What do all organisms need to maintain…
Energy
21 terms
Biology Chapter 8: Human Body Systems
arteries
voluntary muscles
excretory system
fatty layer
blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart.
muscles you can control.
a series of organs that get rid of cell wastes in the form of…
protects the body's organs and keeps in heat.
arteries
blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart.
voluntary muscles
muscles you can control.
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