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Row 1, Col 1 Surrounds the brain. What is the Dorsal Body Cavity?
1,2 The level that is composed of molecules and atoms What is Chemical?
1,3 The sum of all chemical processes in the body. What is metabolism?
1,4 Thoracic Duct, nodes, vessels What is the Lymphatic System?
2,1 Surrounds the heart and lungs. What is the Thoracic Cavity?
2,2 Multiple levels of organization and systems working together What is Organism?
2,3 Food Traveling through the digestive tract. What is Movement?
2,4 Contains the spinal cord and brain What is the Nervous System?
3,1 Separates the Abdminopelvic from the Thoracic What is the Diaphragm?
3,2 Cells working together. What is the Tissue level?
3,3 Moving away from danger or a situation that is damaging. What is Responsiveness?
3,4 The human cheek What is the Buccal Region?
4,1 Most inferior/anterior body cavity. What is the Pelvic Cavity?
4,2 Groups of Tissues working together. What is the organ level?
4,3 Sweating, Exhaling, releasing fluids What is excretion?
4,4 The armpit/underarm What is the Axillary region?
5,1 Most dorsal, medial cavity. What is the Spinal Cavity?
5,2 Smallest living unit. What is the cellular level?
5,3 Increasing in size or number. What is Growth?
5,4 The toes What is the Digital region?
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