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Endo, Nerv, Repro

hormones chemicals produced in glands of the endocrine system that cause changes in other parts of the body
glands tissues of the endocrine system that produce hormones
stimulus something that causes an organism to respond or react
response the reaction of a body or body part because of a stimulus
nerves cells of the nervous system that receive and transmit messages from all body parts to the brain, as well as message from the brain to other body parts
spinal cord a bundle of nerves, protected by the vertebrae that connects the brain to the nerves throughout the body
brain the major organ of the nervous system that controls all body functions
egg the cell produced by a female that joins with a sperm to produce a new offspring
ovaries female glands that produce eggs
sperm the cell produced by a male that joins with an egg to produce a new offspring
testes male glands that produce sperm
zygote the name for the fertilized egg, after the sperm and egg join
offspring the "child" or "baby" organism of a species as a result of fertilization
fertilization teh joining of a sperm and an egg; produces a new offspring
Fight or Flight results - increased heart rate - pupils dilate - increased breathing rate - sweating increases
Endocrine System Function glands produce hormones that cause changes in other parts of the body
Nervous System Function controls all body functions and the workings in the body
Reproductive System Function responsible for creating new organisms and for the continuation of the species
Created by: MrsLeBlanc