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Essentials of Anatom

Chapter One

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ANATOMY STUDY OF BODY STRUCTURE AND THE RELATIONSHIPS AMOUNG PARTS
PHYSIOLOGY STUDY OF HOW THE BODY FUNCTIONS
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY STUDY OF DISEASES AS THEY ARE RELATED TO FUNCTIONING
INORGANIC CHEMICALS SIMPLE MOLICULES MADE OF ONE OR TWO ELEMENTS.......NO CARBON-HYDROGEN COVALENTS
ORGANIC CHEMICALS COMPLEX. ALWAYS CONTAINS CARBON AND HYDROGEN
CELLS SMALLEST LIVING UNIT OF STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE BODY
TISSUE GROUP OF CELLS WITH SIMILAR STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
EPITHELIAL TISSUES COVER OR LINE THE BODY SURFACES
CONNECTIVE TISUES CONNECT AND SUPPORT PARTS OF THE BODY
MUSCLE TISSUE SPECIALIZED FOR CONTRACTION, BRINGS ABOUT MOVEMENT
NERVE TISSUE SPECIALIZED TO GENERATE AND TRANSMIT ELECTROCHEMICAL IMPULSES THAT REGULATE BODY FUNCTION
Created by: gatorgirl