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9 weeks Test Jeopardy Test Review Game
What other body system works together with the endocrine system to control the bodys daily activities?
An individuals body becomes able to reproduce during what stage of development?
When the amount of a hormone reaches a certain level, the endocrine system stops the release of that hormone.(like a heating system)This is an example of what type of mechanism.
The endocrine system produces chemical messages called ___________.
What are the cells that are affected by a hormone called? (Hint: lock and key)
Hormones are carried through the body by
Which gland communicates with the hypothalamus to control many body activities, including growth
A change or signal in the environment that can make an organism react
What part of a neuron carries nerve impulses away from the cell body?
A motor neuron sends an impulse to
A muscle or gland
The thick column of nerve tissue that links the brain to most of the nerves in the PNS is the
The somatic nervous system controls
Voluntary actions – turning on the TV
In some reflex actions, skeletal muscles contract without the involvement of the
What structure passes sound vibrations to the cochlea?
The brain and spinal cord make up the
Central Nervous System
Which endocrine gland is found in the males body but not in a females?
If the semi-circular canals are damaged, which sense will be affected?
Which gland is sometimes referred to as the master gland?
Which gland triggers the bodys response to emergencies?
This part of the brain
This part of the brain
This part of the brain
This type of neuron picks up stimuli from the external and internal environment
Where in the eye, would you find rods and cones?
Which glands are located on top of the kidneys?
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Main Function: This communication system controls and coordinates functions throughout the body and responds to internal and external stimuli. Our nervous.
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