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Parts of Systems

What are the parts of Systems

Layers of the Skin 1.Epidermis 2.Dermis 3.Subcutaneous or Hypodermis
Main Organs In the LUQ -Pancreas -Stomach -Left Kidney -Spleen
Main Organs in the RUQ -Liver -Right Kidney -Gallblader
What are the parts of the Integumertary System 1.Skin 2.Hair 3.Nails 4.Sweat Gland 5.Sebaceaus Gland
Main Organs in the RLQ -Appendix -Right Ovary -Right Fallopian Tube -Colon
Epithelial Tissue 1.Epithelium
Nervous Tissue 1.Brain 2.Nerves 3.Neurons 4.Spinal Cord
Muscle Tissue 1.Cardiac 2.Muscle Fibers 3.Skeletal 4.Smooth
The Dorsal Cavity has 1. Cranial Cavity which houses the Brain2. Spinal Cavity which houses the Spinal Cord
Main Organs in the LLQ -Left Ovary -Left Fallopian Tube
Connective Tissue 1.Bone 2.Aipose(Fat) 3.Cartilage 4.Tendons
Main Contents of the Abdominopelvic Cavity 1.Abdominal Cavity which houses the Stomach, Spleen, Liver, Gallbladder, Pancreas, Colon2.Pelvic Cavity which houses the Bladder, Ureters, Urethra
Types of Tissues 1.Muscle 2.Epithelial 3.Connective 4.Nervous
All Cells Have 1.Nucleus 2.Cytoplasm 3.Cell Membrane
Main Contents of the Thoracic Cavity 1.Pleura Cavity which houses the Lungs2.Pericardial or Mediastinum Cavity which houses the heart
Endocrine System is composed of
What is in the Dermis layer Connective Tissue and Collagen Fibers
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