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Gr 7 Science Ch 3

Gr 7 Science Ch 3.4-3.5

tissue group of different types of cells working together to perform a single function
epithelial tissue tissue that forms protective barriers for the body
muscle tissue tissue type that provides motion
connective tissue any tissue that is used to link parts of the body together
nerve tissue tissue that the body uses to conduct impulses to and from all parts of the body
conception union between egg and sperm; also called fertilization; the point at which life begins
uterus womb; the organ in which an unborn human child or the young of a placental mammal develops
placenta structure in a human or placental mammal that keeps the baby attached to the wall of the uterus and allows exchanges between the baby's blood and the mother's blood
umbilical cord the structure that connects a developing baby to the placenta and uterus
umbilicus the place where the umbilical cord connected to a baby before birth; also called navel
cell smallest part of your body that is said to be alive
Created by: mbrennan262