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APG 1-1

Anatomy the science of living organisms
Physiology the science of the functioning of living organisms
Atom the smallest part of an element; indivisible by ordinary chemical means
Cell the basic biological unit of living organisms containing a nucleus and a variety of organelles enclosed by a limiting membrane
Tissue a group of similar cells specialliazed to perform a specific function
Organ a part pf tje body formed of two or more tisuess that performs a specialized function
Organ system a group of organs that worktogether to perform a vital body function; e.g., nervous system
Organism an individual living thing
Integumentary system the skin and its accessory organs
Skeletal system consists of bones, cartilages, ligaments and joints.
Muscular system formed by the skeletal system
Nervous system is the body's fast acting control system
Endocrine system controls body activities but it acts much more slowly
Cardiovascular system heart and blood vessels
Lymphatic system complimentary to cardiovascular system organs include: lymphatic vessels, and lymph nodes
Respiratory system to keep body constantly supplied with oxygen and to remove carbon dioxide
Digestive system The alimentary canal together with the salivary glands, liver, pancreas, and other organs of digestion.
Reproductive system exists primarily to produce offspring
Created by: hgrady