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AP 105 Final Exam Review Ch 1 Intro

The study of the structure of an organism and the relationships of its parts is known as: anatomy
Levels of organization in the body progress from the simplest to most complex. Which of the following identifies the levels in the proper progressive order? chemical, cellular, tissue, organ
In the anatomical position, the body is: erect with the arms at the side
The term distal means: away from or farthest from the trunk
Which of the following is NOT one of the nine regions of the abdominopelvic cavity? intestinal
The dorsal body cavity includes the: brain
The axial skeleton includes the bones of the: skull
The appendicular skeleton includes the bones of the: upper extremities
The relative constancy of the body’s internal environment is referred to as: homeostasis
An example of a typical homeostatic mechanism in the body is a/an: negative feedback loop
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