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level 9 organism
level 8 organ systems:there are 11 of them
level 7 organ: two or more tissues
level 6 tissues: there are 4
what are the four tissues? epethelial. connective. muscular. nervous
level 5 cell: functional unit
level 4 organelles: example mitochondria
level 3 macro- molecules: there are 4. proteins,carbs, lipids. nulceic acids
level 2 molecules: h20 nh2 o2 ch3 nh4
level 1 carbon,hydrogen,oxygen,nitrogen (chon)
MORE INFO! THE BODY IS MADE OF 96% of the following.carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen (chon)
THREE BONDS COVALENT,hydrogen, ionic (chi) (atoms are connected by chemical bonds)
PROTEINS MUSCLE,MUSCLE MASS
CARBS SUGARS. GLUCOSE
LIPIDS FATS, ENERGY
TYPES OF MUSCLE SKELETAL-VOLUNTARYCARDIAC-INVOLUNTARYSMOOTH-INVOLUNTARY
Anatomy STRUCTURE of the body
Physiology Function of the body parts
integumentary skin , hair , nails
skeletal joints, bones
muscular muscles
nervous brain, nerves, sensory receptors, spinal cord
endocrine glands, thymus, pancreas, ovaries, testes
cardiovascular heart and blood vessels
respiratory nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, lymphatic vessiles,thoracic duct, spleen, lymph nodes
digesitve oral cavity, esophagus, liver, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, anus
urinary kidney , ureter, bladder, urethra
Created by: richeena1