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April 10, 2013. (B Day) Agenda: DSJ/DSR #35 Organ Systems – Part 2 (Notes) Human Body Corporation DSR #35. April 11, 2013. (A Day) Agenda: DSJ/DSR #35 Organ Systems – Part 2 (Notes) Human Body Corporation DSR #35. DSJ #35. Science Notebook – 10B

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April 10 2013
April 10, 2013

(B Day)

Agenda:

  • DSJ/DSR #35

  • Organ Systems – Part 2 (Notes)

  • Human Body Corporation

  • DSR #35


April 11 2013
April 11, 2013

(A Day)

Agenda:

  • DSJ/DSR #35

  • Organ Systems – Part 2 (Notes)

  • Human Body Corporation

  • DSR #35


Dsj 35
DSJ #35

  • Science Notebook – 10B

  • Prompt: The human body is organized in the following way – cells make up tissues, tissues make up organs, and organs make up organ systems. In 5 sentences or more, write about how a book is organized in the same way.



Learning objectives
Learning Objectives

  • List the systems of the human body and their functions.

  • Define homeostasis.







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Organs and Organ Systems

  • 18. Your skeleton has five major functions. It provides shape and support, enables you to move, protects your organs, produces blood cells, and stores minerals and other materials until your body needs them.



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Organs and Organ Systems

  • 20. The integumentary system protects the body from injury and disease and helps regulate body temperature.


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Organs and Organ Systems

  • 21. The immune system protects the body from disease-causing bacteria and viruses.


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Organs and Organ Systems

  • 22. The reproductive system contains organs that produce sex cells.



Homeostasis
Homeostasis

  • 24. The process by which an organism’s internal environment is kept stable in spite of changes in the external environment is called homeostasis.


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Homeostasis

  • 25. On a hot day, your body maintains a constant temperature by sweating. Sweating helps to cool your body.


Homeostasis2
Homeostasis

  • Sometimes, things can happen to disrupt homeostasis.


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Homeostasis

  • Sometimes, things can happen to disrupt homeostasis.

  • 26. Stress is the reaction of your body to potentially threatening, challenging, or disturbing events.


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Glue in SNB

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  • 9A – Organ Systems (Notes)

  • 11B – Human Body Corporation


Dsr 35
DSR #35

  • Science Notebook – 10B (Under DSJ #35)

  • Prompt: How does the respiratory system help the body? How does the circulatory system help the body? What is homeostasis?


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