General Plan 1- Human Structure And Function

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1.  The fluid that bathes cells and carry nutrient substances to and from the cells is called...
2.  Large internal spaces where various organs are located are called...
3.  Organs functioning together for the same general purpose make up...
4.  This system includes the spleen, lymph, vessels and glands.
5.  This system is made up of glands that produce hormones
6.  The process where complex substances are broken down into simpler compounds is...
7.  They are the basic unit of all life
8.  The _______ canal encloses the spinal cord
9.  The directional term for "toward the head," is called
10.  This system comprises all the organs that are involved with taking in food and converting it into substances that body cells can use. The primary organs of this system are the mouth and anus, with accessory organs being the liver, gallbladder, pancreas, and teeth.
11.  The study of disease and disorder is...
12.  The first body process that keeps us in homeostasis is...
13.  This system's main components are the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Its chief purpose is to rid the body of waste products and excess water
14.  The abdominopelvic cavity is subdivided into two regions, the ___________ and _________ cavities
15.  Movement of fluid within our body is from areas of _____ concentration to _______ concentration.
16.  This directional term is used to describe a cut directly down the center of the body so that the body is in equal right and left halves
17.  The dorsal cavity has two regions which form one continuous space, the ____ cavity and the ______canal
18.  This cavity is located above the diaphragm, and contains the heart, lungs, and the large blood vessels that join the heart.
19.  This system includes the heard and blood vessels. It pumps blood, nutrients and oxygen to all the body's tissues, while carrying away waste materials.
20.  The two main cavities of the body are...
21.  The directional term for "away from the trunk" or "away from the origin of a structure" is called...
22.  The process in which simple compounds are used to manufacture materials needed for growth, function, and repair of tissues is
23.  This cavity is much larger than the dorsal cavity, and has two main regions which are separated by the diaphragm.
24.  The _______ cavity contains the brain
25.  These systems work together to maintain the body
26.  What are the two nervous systems included under THE nervous system
27.  The directional term for "away from the body surface" is called...
28.  This plane cuts the body into right and left portions
29.  The energy obtained from the breakdown of nutrients is used to form a compound often described as "energy currency." This energy is called...
30.  This system includes 206 bones and the joints between them
31.  This system includes the mouth, nose, throat, trachea, bronchus and lungs
32.  The two regions of the ventral cavity are the ____________ and ___________ cavity
33.  This cavity is the lower portion of the abdominopelvic cavity, and is separated from the abdominal cavity by an imaginary line across the top of the hip bones. It contains the urinary bladder, rectum, and the internal parts of the reproductive system.
34.  What are the four quadrants of the abdomen (abbreviations)
35.  The term for the study of how the body functions is...
36.  This system includes organs that are necessary to produce offspring
37.  Chemicals are formed together to create...
38.  The body's sensors that monitor internal conditions and bring them back to normal when they shift is called...
39.  Standing erect, facing front, with arms at the sides, palms forward and feet parallel is called _______ position
40.  The directional term for "toward the front of the body" is called...
41.  The scientific term for the study of body structures is...
42.  Without internal balance there is
43.  Tissues can function together as...
44.  The directional term for "closest to the trunk" or "nearer to the origin of a structure" is called...
45.  The term for internal balance is...
46.  This cavity is the uppermost region of the abdominopelvic cavity and contains the stomach, most of the intestine, kidneys, liver, gallbladder, pancreas and spleen.
47.  The directional term for "closer to the body surface" is called...
48.  Metabolism can be divided into two types of activities...
49.  This system includes the skin, hair, nails, sweat glands and oil glands
50.  The first level of living matter is...
51.  This cavity is located below the diaphragm
52.  Any activity in which a given action promotes more of the same action is called...
53.  The type of fluid that is contained within the cells is called...
54.  Metabolism, fluid movement, and negative feedback are all used for internal balance, aka ____
55.  The directional term for "away from the midline of the body," or towards the side, is called...
56.  This plane cuts the body into front and rear portions, or anterior and posterior portions
57.  The muscular system includes three different types of muscle
58.  The directional term for "toward the back of the body" is called
59.  The directional term for "toward the midline of the body" is called
60.  This plane cuts the body into upper and lower portions, or superior and inferior portions
61.  All of the life-sustaining reactions that go on within the body systems together make up...
62.  What are the more precise, nine ways of dividing the abdomen?
63.  Specialized groups of cells form...
64.  The directional term for "toward the feet" is called...
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