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2/14 Write both in your SHOES & Prefix, Suffix & Root Word Section in your CJ. ( 2 Separate Words). 2/16 Tissue. A group of similar cells that work together to perform a specific function. Example: The heart is an organ made of cardiac muscle tissue, nerve tissue, and blood tissue.

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2 14 write both in your shoes prefix suffix root word section in your cj 2 separate words

2/14Write both in your SHOES & Prefix, Suffix & Root Word Section in your CJ. ( 2 Separate Words)


2 16 tissue

2/16Tissue

A group of similar cells that work together to perform a specific function.

Example: The heart is an organ made of cardiac muscle tissue, nerve tissue, and blood tissue.


2 14 organ

2/14Organ

A structure made of two or more tissues working together to perform a specific function in an organism

Example: The heart is an organ that pumps blood throughout the body.


2 13 human organ system

2/13Human Organ System

A group of organs that are interdependent and work together to perform body functions.

Human organ systems include: circulatory, digestive, endocrine, excretory, immune, integumentary, lymphatic, muscular, nervous, reproductive, respiratory, and skeletal.


2 15 voluntary

2/15Voluntary

Movement

that you can control.

Ex. Any skeletal muscle


2 22 involuntary

2/22Involuntary

Movement that can not be controlled.


2 23 write both in your shoes prefix suffix root word section in your cj 2 separate words

2/23Write both in your SHOES & Prefix, Suffix & Root Word Section in your CJ. ( 2 Separate Words)


2 17 no word

2/17NO word-

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2 20 tendon

2/20Tendon

Bands of tissue that attach bones to muscle


2 21 ligament

2/21Ligament

Bands of tissue that attach bones together at joints


2 22 epidermis

2/22Epidermis

The protective most outer layer of the skin in animals, the outer layer of cells of the stems, roots, and leaves in plants.

Ex. The outermost layer of the skin is called the epidermis.


2 28 adaptation

2/28Adaptation

A change in structure or habits, often hereditary, by which an organism improves its condition in relationship to its environment.


3 25 hemoglobin

3/25Hemoglobin

A protein in red blood cells that transports oxygen and carbon dioxide and gives blood its red color.


2 28 cartilage

2/28Cartilage

Cartilage is a stiff yet flexible connective tissue found in many areas in the bodies of humans and other animals.

Example: Found in the joints between bones, the rib cage, the ear, the nose, the elbow, the knee, the ankle, the bronchial tubes and the intervertebral discs.


2 23 write both in your shoes 2 separate words

2/23Write both in your SHOES! ( 2 Separate Words)


2 24 practice test questions

2/24 Practice Test Questions

*Add to CJ section Practice test questions then Start on Practice test questions you picked up at the door using the following strategy:

  • Read the QUESTION first.

  • Read the whole passage highlighting anything relevant/ important. (NOT everything!)

  • Answer question.

  • Prove it! Go back to question and circle where you got that.


3 2 neuron

3/2Neuron

A nerve cell that is specialized to conduct nerve impulses.


Impulse

Impulse

Nerve Impulse: the electrical discharge that travels along a nerve fiber


3 5 peripheral nervous system

3/5Peripheral Nervous System

The nervous system which links the spinal cord and brain to the skin, muscles, blood vessels and other sensory organs.

Example: The PNS is composed of two types of neurons. The sensory neurons and the motor neurons.


3 6 central nervous system

3/6Central Nervous System

This system consists of the brain and spinal cord, where many bodily functions are controlled, many sensations are processed and signals are sent to different parts of the body.

Example: Functions affected by the CNS include muscle control, eyesight, breathing and memory.


3 7 write both in your shoes 2 separate words

3/7Write both in your SHOES! ( 2 Separate Words)


2 29 enzyme

2/29Enzyme

A type of protein that speeds up the rate of chemical reactions in the body but is not used up or changed itself in any way during the reaction.

Example: Chemical digestion is caused by digestive juices such as stomach acid, and enzymes produced by glands.


3 1 peristalsis

3/1Peristalsis

  • Process of a wave-like contraction of the digestive tract that forces food through it.


3 10 nephrons

3/10Nephrons

Tiny filtering units in the kidney.

(Part of the Excretory System)

Example: They remove waste products from the blood, recover some substances to be used again by the body, and eliminate what is left as urine.


3 10 villi

3/10Villi

Fingerlike projections in the wall of the small intestine that increase the surface area for absorption of nutrient molecules.


3 2 excretion

3/2Excretion

Excretion is the process of eliminating waste products of metabolism and other non-useful materials from the body.

Example: The urinary system rids the blood of wastes produced by the cells.


2 28 alveoli

2/28Alveoli

Tiny, thin walled air sacs in the lungs where oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange places.


2 27 capillaries

2/27Capillaries

Tiny blood vessels that branch through body tissues to deliver oxygen and nutrients and carry away waste products.They connect arteries to veins.


2 29 practice test questions

2/29 Practice Test Questions

*Add to CJ section Practice test questions then Start on Practice test questions you picked up at the door using the following strategy:

  • Read the QUESTION first.

  • Read the whole passage highlighting anything relevant/ important. (NOT everything!)

  • Answer question.

  • Prove it! Go back to question and circle where you got that.


3 21 write both in your shoes prefix suffix root word section in your cj 2 separate words

3/21Write both in your SHOES & Prefix, Suffix & Root Word Section in your CJ. ( 2 Separate Words)


3 23 arterioles

3/23Arterioles

The smallest arteries of the circulatory system that carry arterial (oxygenated) blood.


3 28 platelets

3/28Platelets

Special blood cells that plug up damaged blood vessels and help blood clot to stop bleeding. Platelets also contribute to the immune response.


3 29 antibodies

3/29Antibodies

Proteins produced by white blood cells to fight bacteria, viruses, and other foreign substances.


3 30 hormones

3/30Hormones

Chemical substances produced by the endocrine glands in the body, which circulate in the blood and help to control growth, reproduction and other functions.


3 31 pathogen

3/31Pathogen

Any organism or substance, especially a microorganism, capable of causing disease, such as bacteria, viruses, protozoa or fungi.


4 1 lymph

4/1Lymph

The clear, watery protein-rich fluid found in the lymphatic vessels. It carries cells that help fight infection and disease.


4 6 write both in your shoes prefix suffix root word section in your cj 2 separate words

4/6Write both in your SHOES & Prefix, Suffix & Root Word Section in your CJ. ( 2 Separate Words)


Structure

Structure

The shape and composition of part of an organism or system

Example: An organism’s structure determines its function.


Function

Function

The specific job performed by a part of an organism or system

Example: The function of muscle cells is to assist in movement.


4 7 no word today

4/7No Word Today!

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