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EMT-MedTerm Ch.2

Body Structure, Color and Oncology

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Basic unit of all living things cell
Forms the boundary of the cell cel membrane
Gel-like fluid inside the cell cytoplasm
Largest structure inside the cell. It contains chromosomes for cellular reproduction and is the control center for the cell nucleus
Located in the nucleus of the cell. There are 46 chromosomes in all normal human cells, with the exception of mature sex cells, which have 23 chromosomes
Regions within the chromosomes. Each chromosome has several thousand genes that determine hereditary characteristics genes
Comprises each geneL is a chemical that regulates the activities of the cell DNA
group of similar cells that performs a specific function tissue
composed of cells that have a special ability to contract, usually producing movement muscle tissue
found in nerves, spinal cord and brain. It is responsibile for coordinating and controling body activities nerve tissue
connects, supports, penetrates, and encases various body structures. Adipose (fat) and osseous (bone)and blood connective tissue
the major covering of the external surface of the body, forms membranes that line body cavities and organs and is the major tissue of glands epithelial tissue
to or more kinds of tissues that together perfomr special body functions. organ
groups of organs that works together to perform complex bidy functions. system
Created by: john.radabaugh