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Unit 3 Lesson 3 "How Cells Are Organized"

Cells of the same type that work together make this up tissue
Several tissues that work together to do a certain job make this up organ
Organs that work together to do a job for the body make this up organ system
Nerves carry information to and from this brain
Your nervous system is made up of tiny structures called... nerve cells
Sensing your surroundings and communicating information within the body are the main jobs of what body system nervous system
A rope like bundle of nerve tissue that runs along your backbone spinal cord
Sends blood that contains oxygen to all your body parts Circulatory System
Organ made mostly of muscle tissue heart
Largest organ of the body skin
Tissue that holds tissues and organs together connective tissue
Connect muscles to bone tendons
Your arms and legs could not move, and your heart could not beat without this type of tissue muscle tissue
Your brain and spine are made of this type of tissue nerve tissue
Connects muscles to bones tendons
Rope-like bundle of nerve tissue spinal cord
Body system that protects the body's organs Integumentary System
Part of the eye that gives your eye color iris
Opening in the iris that allows light to enter pupil
The back of the eye retina
Sense organ that lets you see the world eye
The organ of smell nose
The part of your ear that you see outer ear
Senses chemicals in food taste buds
The organ of hearing ear
The organ of taste tongue
Protective layer covering your body skin
Outer layer of the skin epidermis
Inner layer of the skin dermis
Special structures that sense tough, heat, cold, pain, pressure, and vibration nerve endings
The four types of tissues muscle, connective, nerve, and epithelial
The five senses hearing, tasting, smelling, seeing, and touch
Taste buds detect these tastes sweet, sour, bitter, salty, and meaty
Tiny bones in the human ear hammer, anvil, and stirrup
The three layers of the skin epidermis, dermis, and nerve endings
Organs that make up the nervous system brain, spinal cord, and nerves
Organs that make up the integumentary system skin, nails, and hair
The main pathway for information traveling to and from the brain spinal cord
Makes up the outer layer of your skin epithelial tissue
Tissue that moves arms and legs, and helps your heart to beat muscle tissue
Tissue that holds organs together connective tissue
The brain and spine are made of this tissue nerve tissue
Created by: mrshassler