The basic structural unit of the body
To draw together
The fluid like substance contained within the cell membrane, the nucleus now included
Acronym for deoxyribonucleic acid; the genetic “blueprint” that determines the cell’s purpose & function
The organelle within a cell that functions as its brain, regulating its production of protein.
A group of tissues that works together to preform a specified bodily function
A structure that performs a specific function within a cell
Organs working together to perform a specific bodily function
A group of cells that have the same purpose
Which tissues work together to form muscles ?
The basic structural unit of the body is the:
TRUE OR FALSE: Organs are comprised of tissues that work together to preform a specific bodily function
Groups of organs that work together to complete a process in the body are called:
Which tissues connect the parts of the body?
___ contains information that determines a cells purpose and function
Which part of the cell is the organelle that functions as it’s brain ?
Which kind of tissue sends messages from the brain to the rest of the body?
Brain and spinal cord
Select the two main organs of the central nervous system
The ____ nervous system receives information from sense organs and analyzes that information
The autonomic nervous system
What part of the nervous system controls the internal organs ?
To gather, store, and respond to informatiob
What is the main purpose of the nervous statem
Not controlled by will
Tough, leathery structure that holds a joint together
Rope-like structure that attaches muscle to bone
Controlled by will
The ___ skeleton protects the body’s vital organse
The ___ is the outer layer of the skin which makes the body waterproof, gives it color, and helps to maintain hydration levels
TRUE OR FALSE: movements occur when the appendicular skeleton works independently of the muscular system
Skeletal muscles are controlled ____
There are 206 __ in the human body
Which system protects the body from harmful bacteria, sunlight, and injury ?
1. To provide the body with a strong & mobile framework. 2. To supply the body with blood cells & minerals
Which of the following are functions of the skeletal system ?
Cardiac and ___ muscles are types of involuntary muscles
The ____ is the inner layer of skin, which contains blood vessels, sweat glands, hair follicles, and nerve cells
The ____ skeleton consists of the skull, spine, ribs, and sternum
Skeletal & smooth muscles move when nerve impulses, sent from the _____ stimulate the muscle fibers, telling them to either contract or relax
The muscular system is composed of approximately ____ skeletal muscles
A hollow, muscular organ at the bottom of the abdomen that holds and discharges urine
Partly digested food that is passed from the stomach to the small intestine
The process by which food is converted into a form that can be used by cells
A muscular tube which transports food from the pharynx to the stomach
A liquid filtered from the blood by the kidneys and discharges by the body as waste
The undigested substances are passed out of the body through the ___
The ___ in the mouth secrete enzymes which help prepare the food for digestion in the stomach
The ___ stores the waste until it is ready to be expelled from the body
The ____ remove excess water, salts, uric acids, and chemicals from the blood.
The pharynx forms the blood substance into balls and then pushes it into the ____
Which system prepares food for absorption into the bloodstream ?
Nutrients are absorbed into the bloodstream through small finger like nodules on the wall of the _____ called _____
The remaining amounts of water, vitamins, and minerals are absorbed in the __
The ___ channels the waste filled blood to the excretory system
While in the ___ food is broken down by powerful acids and turned into chyme
The ___ secrets salts, acids, and enzymes, which continue the breakdown of proteins, fasts, and carbohydrates
The main organs of the excretory system are the ___
After the food has been chewed and lubricated, it is pushed by the tongue into the ____
____ control he functioning of organs