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Health 9 Test 3

Chapter 3 test prep

The name for an unborn baby when he is distinctly recognizable as a miniature baby. fetus
The chemical and physical processes by which the body "burns" food and generates energy. metabolism
The type of circulation that involves movement of blood through all parts of the body except the lungs. systemic circulation
The pressure during contraction of the ventricles. systolic pressure
Muscles that increase the angle between the bones of a joint. extensors
The most important and complex part of the nervous system. the brain
The nervous system responsible for functions that are consciously controlled. somatic
The white of the eye, tough outer layer of the eyeball. sclera
The colored part of the eye. iris
The eating disorder characterized by self-induced starvation and being severely underweight. anorexia nervosa
Created by: Neukay