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Quiz 9/6/13

systems, directions, planes

Cardiovascular moves blood through body/heart
Digestive lets you collect food into body/stomach
Endocrine glands, help control bodily metabolic activity
Integumentary skin
Lymphatic vessels that lymph drains from tissue
Muscular allows you to move
Nervous transmits impulses between body parts/brain
Reproductive production and maturation of gametes in union
Respiratory taking oxygen, giving carbon dioxide/lungs
Skeletal provides frame/holds up body
Urinary rids of urine
Inferior lower/worse off
Superior higher/better off
Anterior head end/front of body
Posterior tail end/back of body
Medial middle
Lateral side
Proximal describes where the appendage joins body
Distal point furthest from point of attachment to body
Dorsal Backbone
Ventral Belly
Frontal front to back
Sagittal side to side
Transverse up and down
Created by: AngieMarie