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Human Body

Levels of Organization

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Levels of Organization Atom / Molecule / Organelle / Cells / Tissue / Organs / Organ Systems / Organism
Atoms are made up of what? Proton , neutron , electron
The mass of the human body is made up of what 6 elements Oxygen / Carbon / Hydrogen / Nitrogen / Calcium / Phosphorus
What 3 parts are common parts for all cells Cell membrane, Cytoplasm, Nucleus
What are the 4 different types of tissues Epithileal(skin), connective, muscle, nerve
What are the functions of Epithileal tissue Protection, sensation, secretion, absorption, excretion, diffusion.
What is the function of Connective tissue forms supportive network for organs, muscles, and connects muscles to bones and bones to joints.
What are the 3 different muscle tissues Skeletal muscle, Smooth muscle, cardiac muscle
What is the function of Nerve tissues Properties of excitability and conductivity and controls and coordinates body activity.
What are the three classifications of bones flat, long, short, irregular, sesmoid, sutural(wormian)
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