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Which of the diagrams best shows the relationships between the number of cells, tissues, and organs?

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What is the relationship between the circulatory & digestive systems?

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The digestive system provides the body with nutrients. The circulatory systems moves the nutrients around the body.


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What is the function of the respiratory system? circulatory systems moves the nutrients around the body.

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List the pathway of oxygen in the body. Begin with the nose.

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Nose nose. nasal cavity  trachea  bronchi  bronchioles  alveoli  blood cells  heart  body cells


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Name a body function controlled by involuntary muscles. nose.

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Compare and contrast the three types of muscle tissue. nose.

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Skeletal & cardiac both have striations (look striped) nose.

Smooth muscle does not have striations.

Smooth and cardiac muscle are both involuntary,

Skeletal muscle is voluntary,


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Describe how shivering helps you maintain homeostasis (stable body temperature) on a cold day.

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Increased contraction of muscles is the body’s response to cold.

As the muscles contract, heat energy is released and maintains body temperature.


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Describe how a muscle attaches to a bone. cold.

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List the functions of the skeletal system bones.

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  • The skeleton gives shape and support to your body. bones.

  • Bones protect your internal organs. For example, ribs surround the heart and lungs, and the skull encloses the brain.

  • Major muscles are attached to bone and help them move.

  • Blood cells are formed in the center of many bones in soft tissue called red marrow.

  • Major quantities of calcium and phosphorous compounds are stored in the skeleton for later use. Calcium and phosphorus make bones hard


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Describe cartilage bones.

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Name and give an example of a movable and immovable joint bones.

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Movable joint – base of skull, shoulder, hip bones.

Immovable Joint – skull pelvis


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Describe ligaments bones.

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What is the function of muscles? bones.

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Movement bones.


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Name a body function controlled by involuntary muscles. bones.

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Compare and contrast the three types of muscle tissue. bones.

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Skeletal & cardiac both have striations (look striped) bones.

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What major activity takes place in the cerebrum? bones.

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Thinking! bones.


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Why are reflexes important? bones.

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Draw and label the parts of a neuron. having to think about what to do.

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Compare the central and peripheral nervous systems. having to think about what to do.

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The central NS is made up of the brain and spinal cord. having to think about what to do.

The peripheral NS is made up of the cranial and spinal nerves.


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List the major functions of skin having to think about what to do.

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  • Protects having to think about what to do.

  • Regulates body temperature

  • Excretes wastes

  • Serves as sensory organ

  • Forms vitamin D


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