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The Human Body: An Orientation. The Human Body—An Orientation. Anatomy Physiology *** Structure determines function !. Anatomy—Levels of Study. Gross anatomy. Figure 14.1. Anatomy—Levels of Study. Microscopic Anatomy. Figure 14.4c–d. Smooth muscle cell. Molecules.

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the human body an orientation
The Human Body—An Orientation

Anatomy

Physiology

***Structure determines function!

anatomy levels of study
Anatomy—Levels of Study
  • Gross anatomy

Figure 14.1

anatomy levels of study1
Anatomy—Levels of Study
  • Microscopic Anatomy

Figure 14.4c–d

levels of structural organization

Smooth muscle cell

Molecules

Cellular levelCells are made up of molecules

Atoms

Chemical levelAtoms combine toform molecules

Smoothmuscletissue

Tissue levelTissues consist ofsimilar types of cells

Epithelialtissue

Smoothmuscletissue

Bloodvessel(organ)

Organismal levelHuman organismsare made up of manyorgan systems

Cardio-vascularsystem

Connectivetissue

Organ levelOrgans are made upof different typesof tissues

Organ system levelOrgan systems consist of differentorgans that work together closely

Levels of Structural Organization

Figure 1.1, step 6

organ system overview
Organ System Overview
  • Integumentary

Figure 1.2a

organ system overview1
Organ System Overview
  • Skeletal

Figure 1.2b

organ system overview2
Organ System Overview
  • Muscular

Figure 1.2c

organ system overview3
Organ System Overview
  • Nervous

Figure 1.2d

organ system overview4
Organ System Overview
  • Endocrine

Figure 1.2e

organ system overview5
Organ System Overview

Cardiovascular

Figure 1.2f

organ system overview6
Organ System Overview

Lymphatic

Figure 1.2g

organ system overview7
Organ System Overview

Respiratory

Figure 1.2h

organ system overview8
Organ System Overview

Digestive

Figure 1.2i

organ system overview9
Organ System Overview

Urinary

Figure 1.2j

organ system overview10
Organ System Overview

Reproductive

Figure 1.2k–l

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