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Row 1, Col 1 System includes heart and blood vessels. What is Circulatory?
1,2 System that includes kidneys, ureters, and bladder. What is Urinary ?
1,3 System includes tendons, And muscles. What is Muscular ?
1,4 System includes Spleen Tonsils, Thymus and lymph nodes. What is Lymphatic ?
2,1 Ovaries and Testes are part Of these 2 systems. What are reproductive & endocrine?
2,2 Function is communication By secreting hormones into The bloodstream. What is endocrine?
2,3 System that clears the blood Of waste products. What is Urinary ?
2,4 System that permits gas exchange And regulates blood pH. What is respiratory?
3,1 Functions include regulation of Temperature, protection, And sensorystimuli. What is Integumentary?
3,2 What specialist cares for renal (kidney) diseases. What is a nephrologist ?
3,3 Specialist who take care of A gastric (stomach) ulcer. What is gastroenterologist?
3,4 Doctor who cares for Someone who had a CVA. What is neurologist?
4,1 A specialist who cares for Someone w/ bronchitis or pneumonia. What is a pulmonologist or respiratory therapist?
4,2 The specialist who repairs A fractured carpal. What is an orthopedic surgeon?
4,3 A specialist who would treat Acne, rosacea or psoriasis. What is a dermatologist?
4,4 Name the specialist a woman Sees for a pap test. What is a gynecologist?
5,1 Procedure when a friend or Relative donates a kidney or liver lobe to a pt. What is Living donor transplant?
5,2 What type of transplant Occurs when the donor organ is from a person who’s brain dead. What is Cadaver transplant?
5,3 Type of organ replacement when Another species is used for the Organ or tissue. What is a Xenotransplant?
5,4 Kidney dialysis and a heart-lung Machine are... What is short-term /artificial organs?
Anatomy and the Organ Systems. Anatomy – the study of the structure of an organism Recall… Animals are multicellular organisms with specialized cells.
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Organ Systems Organ – specialized tissues that work to perform a more complex function System – group of organs that work to perform a more complex function.
Human Body Systems. Human Body Organization The Human Body is composed of Organ Systems are composed of Organs are composed of Tissues are composed of.
MAJOR ORGAN SYSTEMS IN THE HUMAN BODY SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, & SOCIETY CLASS MR. CANOVA PERIOD 11.
BODYBODY SYSTEMS. NervousNervous System Major Organs: Brain, spinal cord, nerves, sense organs, receptors Function: Controls and coordinates body movements.
Integumentary System It is the body covering. Includes: skin, hair, nails and sweat glands Function: protect underlying tissues and regulate.
Human Body Systems Unit 14 10A. Functions of Each System Nervous – response Integumentary – (skin) protection Skeletal – support Muscular – movement Circulatory.
Suzanne D'Anna1 Body Systems. Suzanne D'Anna2 Body Systems n integumentary n skeletal n muscular n nervous n endocrine n cardiovascular n lymphatic and.
CH NOTES #4 BODY SYSTEMS. REMEMBER - LEVELS OF ORGANIZATION.
ANATOMY LECTURE 3 Levels of Organization Body Systems.
1. 2 FUNCTION (S): Protects and supports body organs; provides a framework the muscles can use to cause movement; stores minerals. KEY STRUCTURES: Bones.
THE HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS. THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM MAJOR ORGANS: GLANDS – PITUITARY, THYROID, THYMUS, PANCREAS, ADRENALS FUNCTION: USES CHEMICAL MESSENGERS.
Organ Systems ST 110 Chapter 4. Objectives Describe the various organ systems of the body Describe the various organ systems of the body Describe the.
Circulatory system Functions Carries blood and needed substances (oxygen and nutrients) to cells and waste products away to the cells and all your body.
Ch 3.2 Interdependent Organ Systems. Interdependence of Organ Systems Our organs do not work in isolation. – While your lungs deliver oxygen to your blood,
Human Body Systems. The 11 Systems of the Body 1. Integumentary- skin, hair, nails, sweat and oil glands Function: protection, regulation, temperature.
Anatomy and Physiology. Turn to a neighbor and talk about: What you think you will learn about in this class The definition of anatomy The definition.
Anatomy Physiology. Remember cells with similar functions combined to make tissues.
Organ System Overview Dr. ROD ALFONSO. How do Humans and other complex mammals maintain homeostasis? They must carry out all needed life functions in.
11 MAJOR ORGAN SYSTEMS IN THE HUMAN BODY. 1) Circulatory System Major Structures: Heart, Blood vessels, Blood, lymph nodes and vessels, lymph Functions:
+ Organ Systems of the Body Chapter 4. + Organ A structure made up of two or more kinds of tissues that can perform a complex function.
Body Systems Review. Skeletal System Includes the bones.
ABDOMINAL AREA §Pertaining to the area in front of body §contains: l stomach l small intestine l part of large intestine l liver l gallbladder l pancreas.
Interdependent Organ Systems. Your organs do not work alone They must be linked to other organs in order to carry out all the functions required Linking.
Bodacious Body Systems Overview Health Occupations 2009.
Name an organ system and list as many organs as you can think of that are within that system.
WARM UP 42 2/19-20 The carrying capacity of a given environment is least dependent upon A recycling of materials B the available space C the availability.
Organ Systems Warm Up: Can you name all of the human body systems?
You Can’t Have One Without the Other Body Systems.
Organization of Life. Levels of Organization The different branches of biology can be classified based on different levels of complexity Each “level”
Every cell in the human body is both an independent unit and an interdependent part of a larger community – the entire organism Levels of organization.
Medical Terminology List 4 Chapter 2. Cells Basic functional unit of the body.
Body Systems. Integumentary Systems Organs Included: Skin, hair, nails, sweat glands, sebaceous (oil) glands Function: Covers and protects the body,
Human Body Overview. Review The human body is made up of several organ systems that all work together as a unit to make sure the body keeps functioning.
Human Anatomy & Physiology. Man is the most magnificent part of God's creation - far more complex in structure and design than the earth or any heavenly.
1 Organ Systems Teamwork. 2 Nervous Digestive Integumentary Respiratory Skeletal Muscular Excretory Circulatory Endocrine Reproductive Lymphatic 11 Systems.
Human Body Systems. Integumentary System Functions: –protects the body against pathogens – helps regulate body temperature Major Organs: skin, hair, nails,
Exercise 2 Organ Systems Overview. Figure 2.7 Human torso model.
The Human Body. Cavities The human body has 4 major body cavities 1: Cranial Cavity (houses the brain) 2: Vertebral Canal (houses the spinal cord) 3:
Return to your lab groups from last class period. When you are done writing your “Antiseptic Comparison Lab” conclusion, write down the organization (from.
The Body Systems. Organization of Life Levels of organization – Cells, tissues, _______, ______, _______ Division of labor – Each body system has a specific.
Cells to Organs… What Makes up YOU!. What organs make up the Integumentary System?
Chapter 4 Organ Systems of the Body. Definitions and Concepts Organ—a structure made up of two or more kinds of tissues organized in such a way that they.
Human Body Systems. Nervous System Functions Controls all body’s functions Senses and recognizes information from inside and outside of the body.
Integumentary System Forms the external body covering Composed of the skin, sweat glands, oil glands, hair, and nails Protects deep tissues from.
11 Organ Systems Protection, Support, and Movement – Integumentary System – Skeletal System – Muscular System Internal Communications & Integration – Nervous.
Slide 1 Mosby items and derived items © 2012 by Mosby, Inc., an affiliate of Elsevier Inc. Chapter 4 Organ Systems of the Body.
Lesson 5 - Levels of Organization The 5 levels of organization 2 nd Level--Cells make up tissues 3 rd Level--Tissues make up organs 4 th Level--Organs.
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