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anatomy the study of form and structure of an organism
physiology the study of the processes of living organisms
pathophysiology The study of how disease occurs
cell basic unit of structure and function in all living things
genome consists of strings of DNA Nucleotides
mitosis form of asexual reproduction used by cells
dehydration the condition results from an insufficient amount of tissue fluid
edema (swelling of the tissue) results from an excess amount of tissue fluid
organ when two or more tissues join together a specific function
epithelial tissue covers surface of the body, main tissue of the skin,
nerve tissue controls body activities by transmitting messages throughout the body.
connective tissue supporting fabric of organs, stores fat as food or energy reserve, insulates body
muscle tissue produces power and movement by contraction of muscle fibers
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