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

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Cells are the basic building blocks of all life. Choice C is the correct answer because cells, found in the greatest number, compose tissues, and tissues combine to form 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?

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

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Nose  nasal cavity  trachea  bronchi  bronchioles  alveoli  blood cells  heart  body cells
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Name a body function controlled by involuntary muscles.

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Blood pumping through vessels
  • Food moving through digestive system
  • Breathing
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Compare and contrast the three types of muscle tissue.

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Skeletal & cardiac both have striations (look striped)

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.

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List the functions of the skeletal system

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The skeleton gives shape and support to your body.
  • 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

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Name and give an example of a movable and immovable joint

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Movable joint – base of skull, shoulder, hip

Immovable Joint – skull pelvis

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Describe ligaments

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What is the function of muscles?

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Name a body function controlled by involuntary muscles.

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Blood pumping through vessels
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  • Breathing
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Compare and contrast the three types of muscle tissue.

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Skeletal & cardiac both have striations (look striped)

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Skeletal muscle is voluntary,

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What major activity takes place in the cerebrum?

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Why are reflexes important?

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Draw and label the parts of a neuron.

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Compare the central and peripheral nervous systems.

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The central NS is made up of the brain and spinal cord.

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

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List the major functions of skin

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Protects
  • Regulates body temperature
  • Excretes wastes
  • Serves as sensory organ
  • Forms vitamin D
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