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Human Biology

Chapter 1

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Enzymes chemical substances that speed up reations, mostly used in digestive system/substance
Hormones chemical substances that regulate activities in your body
Absorbing Cells absorb nutrients and other chemical substances ot be used by the body
What are the three major kinds of cells? Absorbing Cells, Assembly Cells, and Movement Cells
Cells building blocks of organisms
Movement Cells create movement of parts of your body such as the organs in hte digestive sysetem, the bones in your body and muscular system and that make up your heart
Assembly Cells responsible for makign chemicals and other sbustances in order to conduct chemical activities in your body to build things. they also make hormones and enzymes
What are types of Absorbing Cells? hormones and enzymes
Tissues group of similar cells having the same job and coming together to perform the same function
What are the four types of tissue? Connective,Epithelial, Muscle, Nerve
Blood carries oxygen to the body and to all the cells, takes away wastes from the body including carbon dioxide
Bone Tissue used for movement, stablility and protection
Fat insulation, cushins organs provides shock protection
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