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Vocab Chapter 7

Anatomy and physiology/Med Terms

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Anatomy the study of the structure of the body and the relationship of its parts to each other
Circulatory system the heart and blood vessels that brings oxygen and nutrients to and takes wastes away from body cells
Digestive System structures and organs that ingest and carry food so that absorption and waste elimination can occur
Endocrine System system of custless glands that produce hormones that regulate body functions
Integumentary System the skin
Musculoskeletal System system of bones and muscles plus connective tissue that provides support and protection to the body and permits motion
Nervous System system including the brain, spinal cord and nerves that controls the voluntary and involuntary activity of the human body
Physiology the study of the function of the living body and its parts
Reproductive System male and female organs that function to accomplish human reproduction, the creation of offspring
Respiratory System organs involved in the exchange of gases between and organism and the atmosphere
Urinary/Renal system organs and structures responsible for filtering and excreting waste from the blood
Created by: Pamilee3733