no opening of skin or tissue
a branch of science that studies the structure of body parts
the study of the functions of body parts
smallest unit of matter
a group of atoms bonded together, smallest chemical compound
smallest unit of life
a group of tissues with similar functions, maintain homeostasis
a group of specialized cells with a specific function
changing somethings position
the movement of blood through the vessels of the body
how is the body organized?
who was the first to draw the human spine
what do they use when there is minimal invasive
cutting through skin/tissues
many biological communities in the same location
A group of many organisms of the same species
the smallest unit of matter
specialized part of a cell
several tissues that function together
2 or more atoms chemcially bound
basic unit of structure and function in living things
a group of similar cells with coordinated functions
recognizable self contained individual
the region of Earth where ecosystems interact
Group of organs that preform a specific tast
House of the brain and spinal cavity
Front aspect of the human body
Upper region of abdomen
Region on each side of abdomen
Areas which abdomen is divided
Pertaining to the abdominal segment of torso
Area surrounding umbilicus
Plane that divides body into ventral & dorsal sections
Bisects body into left & right
Imaginary planes which divides body into superior and inferior
Description of any part of the body
Branch of science concerned with bodily functions of humans
Branch of biology which deals with normal functions of organisms
Tendancy toward stable equillibrium
Enhancement of effect of its own influence
Return of part of an output
Process of growing old
What organisms are made of
Smallest unit of life
Part of an organisms that has vital functions
Group of organs working togetjer
Signle selled life form
A cavity that houses the brain
A cavity composed of the thoracic, abdominal, and pelvic cavities
the abdominal region that is superior and central in location,
The region on each side of the abdomen covered by the coastal cartilages
A region of the abdomen on either side of the hypogastric regions
the lower spine region
Middle region of the abdomen centered around the navel
A plane parallel to the long axis of the body
Bisects the body vertically through the midline madked by the navel
An imaginary plane that divides the body into inferior and superior parts
The errect position of the body with the face directed forward
The branch of science concerned with bodily structure of humans
The branch of biology that deals with the normal functions of living organisms and their parts
A stable equilibrium between interdependent elements
amplifies the action of a system
Occurrs when a system process is fed back in a manner that tends to reduce the fluctuations
The process of growing old
A material which animals or plants are made of
The smallest structural and functional unit of an organism
A part of an organism that has a vital function
A group of organs that work together
An Individual, animal, plant or single called life form
How many levels of organization are there in the human body?
Concerns structures that cannot be seen without magnification
The study of the function of anatomical structures
The study of the functions of the human body
The cornerstone of human physiology is___________,the study of the functions of living cells
The study of the physiology of specific organs
The study of the effects of diseases on organ or system functions
Analyzes the internal structure of indivdual cells
Considers features visible with the unaided eye
Refers to the study of general form and superficalmarkings
Considers the sutructure of major organs systems, which are groups of organs that function together in coordinated manner
Means "a cutting open" the study of in ternal and external structures ans the relationships between body parts
The study of how living organisms perform their vital functions
Refers to the existance of a stable internal enivorment
What system delivers air to sites where gas exchange can occur between the air and circulating blood?
Study of the shape and structure of an organism's body and the relationship of one body part to another.
The study of all forms of life.
The basic unit of structure and function of all living things.
The study of structure, function, and development of cells.
Any abnormal change in a structure or function that produces symptoms.
The study of the formation of an organism from the fertilized egg to birth.
On or near the surface of the body, also known as superficial.
Directional term used to describe damage to an organ within the body, also known as deep.
The ability of the body to regulate its internal environment within narrow limits.
The functional activities of cells that result in growth, repair, energy release, use food, and secretions.
Decimal system based on the power of 10.
A group of organs that work together to perform a function.
Groups of tissues organized according to structure and function.
The study of the function of each body part and how the functions of different body parts coordinate to form a complete living organism.
A term used in reference to the abdominal area by dividing it into four areas.
A cut made through the body in the direction of a certain plane.
Special cells grouped according to function, shape, size, and structure.
Region located around the navel.
The study of the structures of the human body that can be seen with the naked eye and how the body parts are organized is known as...
What are the basic units of all living things?
___________________ permits movement of soluble substances in and out of cells.
The study of the functions and activities performed by the body's structures....
This system regulates body temperature.
This system controls the circulation of blood.
Affects growth and development
Body system that eliminates waste...
This system changes food into nutrients and wastes.
Covers, shapes, supports skeletal tissue
Provides physical body foundation...
Controls/coordinates all systems...
This system enables breathing.
Responsible for producing offspring...
Helps body fight against disease...
organs whose functions are essential to life, including the brain, heart and lungs.
collection of similar cells acting together to perform specific body functions.
group of organs and other structures that brings air into the body and removes wastes through a process called breathing, or respiration
how living organisms function
structure of similar tissues acting together to perform specific body functions.
group of organs and other structures that regulates all body functions
group of organs and other structures that protects the body, retains fluids and helps to prevent infection
group of organs and other structures that eliminates waste and enables reproduction
group of organs and other structures that regulates and coordinates the activities of other systems by producing chemicals that influence tissue activity.
group of organs and other structures that digests food and eliminates wastes
group of organs and other structures that carries oxygen-rich blood and other nutrients throughout the body and removes waste
the basic units that combine to form all living tissue
group of organs and other structures that works together to carry out specific functions
the study of structures, including gross anatomy and microscopic anatomy
away from the midline
closer to the point of attachment
same as anterior
cavity: contains heart and lungs
area between hips
cavity: contains brain and spinal cord
section: divides body into right and left parts
region: superior to umbilical region
system: exchanges of oxygen & carbon dioxide
study of structure
smallest unit of life
control system: uses nerve impulses
another term for 'sensor'
cells working together for a common function
a nitrogen containing metabolic waste
mechanism for maintaining homeostasis is _____ feedback
away from the surface
system: includes ureters and urethra
fluid that bathes the cells
example of major nutrient nutrients
chemical reactions that occur within body cells
organs: generate most body heat
a survival need
anatomy and physiology are _____ sciences
system: site for hematopoiesis
muscles and glands
Study of the structure of the body
Study of the functions of the body
Smallest unit of an element
Smallest unit of life
It is made of 11 systems that work together
Toward the head
Towards the back
Close to the point of attachment
Towards the surface
A cut that divides the bod or organ into superior and inferior part
A cut that divides the body or organ into right and left parts
Cavity that surrounds each lung
Cavity that contains the liver and the stomach
A fluid that allows the organs to move without friction
Feedback that reverses the stimulus
Fluid found outside of the cells
Extracellular fluid found in the blood vessels
Organ that responds to control center's output
What monitors the environment
A cavity that contains 4 quadrants
The basic building blocks of all living things.
A group of similar cells that live and work together
A collection of tissues joined in a structural unit to serve a common function.
A group of organs that work together to perform one or more functions.
An individual life form.
Surrounds the cytoplasm of a cell and gives the cell structure and support.
A gel-like substance inside the cell that contains all the cell parts and organelles.
A group of tissues that work together to perform a specialized function or functions.
Molecules that contain all the genetic material and traits for each organism.
Molecules are single stranded nucleic acids composed of nucleotides.
A type of plastid that contains chlorophyll which is where photosynthesis takes place.
An organelle that modifies,sorts,and packs molecules and stores or sends it when needed.
Often known as the "powerhouses" of the cell, this organelle generates energy for the cell through cellular respiration.This means it takes in nutrients from the cell, breaks it down, and turns it into energy.
An organelle in both plant and animal cells that provides support and participates in a variety of cellular functions including storage, protection, and growth.
Sacs of enzymes that digest food, water, and waste
Extensive network of membranes composed of both regions with ribosomes (rough ER) and regions without ribosomes (smooth ER).
Tiny structures bound by a membrane that contain enzymes that produce hydrogen peroxide as a by-product.
The outermost covering of a cell that protects the cell and gives it shape & support.
Organisms made up of only one cell
Organisms made up of two or more cells
Chemical compound that contains carbon atoms.
Molecules that allow organisms to transfer genetic info from one generation to the next. There are two types of nucleic acids: DNA and RNA.
Consisting of RNA and proteins, they are responsible for protein production and assembly.
A substance made entirely of one type of atom.
The smallest unit of a substance that maintains the properties of that substance.
Membrane bound structure that contains the cell's hereditary information and DNA. Also controls all of the cells activities.
A membrane which surrounds the genetic material and nucleus in eukaryotic cells.
A structure inside the cell nucleus that rewrites ribosomal RNA (rRNA) and combine it with proteins, results in the formation of incomplete ribosomes.
Tubelike structures that aid in cell division and Celiogenesis, are generally are found close to the nucleus
A theory that descibes the basic characteristics of all cells and organisms. It is one if the foundational ideas of modern biology