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Notes Unit 6

Starfish Notes Unit 6 Reproduction,Genetics,and Human Body Systems

The average of a given set data.Determined by adding the values together,the dividing by the total number of values. Mean
The middle number of a given set of data.Determined by putting the values in order from least to greatestand choosing the middle number.In the case of 2 middle numbers, find the average between the 2. Median
The value that occurs mosts often in a given set of data.If there are 2 values that occur most often,it is bi-modal.If all occur equal amount of times, there is "no-mode." Mode
The distance between the least and the greatest values in a given set of data.Determined by subtracting the least from the greatest. Range
Stages of Human Growth and Development (5) 1.Infancy,2.Childhood,3.Childhood,4.Young adulthood,5.Older Adulthood
Function:voluntarily or involuntarily controls functions of the organs. Major Organs:Brain,Spinal Cord. Nervous System
Function:supplies oxygen and removes carbon dioxide.Major Organs: Lungs,Diaphram,Mouth,and Nose. Respiratory System
Function:provides support and shape.Major Organs:Bonees,Cartilage,and Joints Skeletal System
Function:provides movement of the body.Major Organs:Muscles,and Tendons Muscular System
Function:turns food into energy.Major Organs:Stomach,and Intestines. Digestive System
Function:provides blood and oxygen to the body.Major Organs:Heart,and Blood Vessels Circulatory System
Function:produces hormones.Major Organs:Pancreas,and Glands Endocrine System
Function:ride body of excess salts and waters.Mahor Organs:Kidneys,and Bladder Urinary System
Step 1:Ask a question Step 2:Research/Prior knowledge Step 3:Form a Hypothesis Step 4: Design and Conduct an experiment Step 5:Analyze the Resluts of the Experimnet Step 6:Draw a Conclusion The Scientific Method
Takes in oxygen to use in all body systems Respiratory System
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