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Aim: what are organ systems and what things affect their ability to work properly. Do now: put in the correct order: Organ, organelle, cell, organism, organ system, organic molecules. Organ system.

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aim what are organ systems and what things affect their ability to work properly

Aim: what are organ systems and what things affect their ability to work properly

Do now: put in the correct order:

Organ, organelle, cell, organism,

organ system, organic molecules

organ system
Organ system
  • An organ system is a group of organs and tissue in an organism that works together to carryout some life function:
    • Digestive
    • Muscular
    • Skeletal
    • Respiratory
    • Nervous
    • Reproductive
    • Circulatory
    • Endocrine
    • immune
disease
Disease
  • The improper function of an organ, tissue, or organ system that causes an organism harm, discomfort, disability, or death
    • May be caused by pathogens – bacteria, viruses, protist, fungal
    • Inherited through genes – sickle cell
    • Spontaneous mutation in genes – cancer
    • Self inflicted – cancer through smoking, type 2 diabetes
    • injury
symptoms
Symptoms
  • Symptoms are the outward presentation of a disease. They are often what gives an organism discomfort, pain, or cripples.
    • Sickle cell – fatigue, pain
    • Diabetes – fatigue, numbness, dead tissue
    • HIV – chronic illness/ inability to fight off infections
    • Many STDS – sores
    • Flu – fever, chills, nausea, vomiting,

headache, sorethroat

    • Bronchitis – hard cough, blood in

phlegm, wheezing

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Cure
  • A medicine or procedure that can do away with the cause of the disease for good
  • A medicine or procedure that can relieve the symptoms, or slow the progression or impact of the disease.

Treatment

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In class research and presentations on the human body system. The remainder of the week. Worth 50 class points and 50 project points. – Equivalent to a test grade

  • Tuesday and Wednesday we will work in groups of 3 to create a presentation on an organ system
  • Each group will have 1 organ system to become experts on, each member of the group will have one topic to research specifically.
  • Thursday and Friday each group will give a 10 minute presentation on their organ system and take questions
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