tissues, organs, and organ systems

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  • 1. Tissues Groups of cellssimilar in Tissu es groustructure and ps of cells similfunction ar in struc ture and funct ion
  • 2. Epithelial coverings andglandulara. Simple one layerb. Stratified more thanone layer
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  • 5. Connective supporta. Connective tissue properb. Bonec. Cartilaged. Blood
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  • 10. Muscle movementa. Skeletalb. Cardiacc. Smooth
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  • 13. Nervous System :Communication Nervous communication
  • 14. OrganSystems
  • 15. Organ Systems:Integumentary system skin, glands, and hair; protects body Skeletal system bones, joints, ligaments; protects, supports body organs, movementMuscular system skeletal muscles and tendons; movement Nervous system neuron cells (generate, conduct, and respond to nerve impuses) and supporting cells (insulate, nourish, and protect); fast-acting communication and control system
  • 16. Endocrine system various glands and tissuescattered through out body; secrete hormones tomaintain homeostasisCardiovascular system heart, blood vessels, and blood; transportsoxygen, nutrients, and wasteLymphatic/immune system lymphatic vessels and organs; defense to fightinfectionRespiratory system larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs; suppliesoxygen, removes carbon dioxide
  • 17. Digestive system mouth, esophagus, stomach, andintestine; breaks down food and absorbs nutrientsUrinary system kidneys, bladder, ureter, and urethra;eliminates wastes regulates water, electrolyte, and acid basehomeostasisReproductive systems testes, ovaries, ducts, penis, vagina, uterus; produce eggsand sperm and hormones; in females supports andnourishes the embryo and fetus