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Health

Human Organizaton

TermDefinition
cell basic structural, functional, and biological unit of living organisms
tissue groups of cells working together
organs groups of tissues working together
systems groups of organs working together
pathogen a foreign organism that invades the body/harms the body
antigen not an organism-a molecule attached to a pathogen-triggers an antibody
process pathogen/antigen enters the body -->several cells detect and respond-->B-cell lymphocytes produce antibodies-->T cell lymphocytes are produced
skeletal system functions protect, create blood cells, movement and form
skeletal system care healthy diet, weight bearing exercise, adequate sleep
(Lymphocytes)B cells Make antibodies that attack bacteria
(Lymphocytes)T cells Attack body cells when taken over by a virus
Macrophage/Phagocytes Eat bacteria and dead/dying cells
Leukocytes (white blood cells) located in the lymph nodes, produced in the: Thymus, Spleen and Bone Marrow
Nervous system problems Brain tumor, cerebral paisy - brain injury (Concussion) - headaches (Tension/migraine) - Meningitis - Epilepsy - Mental illness - Addiction - Stroke - Alzheimer's - Parkinson's - Seisures
Respiratory System Inhale oxygen/ exhale carbon dioxide
Created by: annjan28