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human body

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TermDefinition
impulse an impelling force
contraction the act of decreasing in size or volume or quantity
organism a living thing that can act independent
organ a structure in an animal specialized for some function
brain the center of the nervous system
digestion the process by which the body bears down food
relaxation freedom from activity
cell the basic structural and functional unit of all organism
hormone an endocrine gland transmitted by the blood
system a group of independent elements comprising a unit field whole
sensory relating to or concerned in sensation
absorbstion a process in which one substance pemeants another
photosynthesis synthesis of compound in plants aided by radiant energy
multicellular consisting of many basic structural and functional units
macromolecules any very large complex molecule
motor movement
neuron a cell that specialized to conduct nerve impulse
excretion the bodily process of discharging waste matter
homeostasis metabolic equilibrium maintained by biological mechanisms
proteins chains of amino acids
receptors an organ or cell able to respond to light, heat, or other external stimulus and transmit a signal to a sensory nerve.
respiration single complete act of breathing in and out
cellular respiration a set of metabolic reactions and processes that take place in the cells of organisms to convert biochemical energy from nutrients into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), and then release waste products.
carbohydrates an essential complainer of living cells and source of energy
stimulus any event that acts to er use action
circulation the movement of blood
living pertaining to living person
ATP carrys energy within cells
lipids an oily compound in water
response a reaction to something
muscle animal tissue consisting of contractile cells
tissues part of an organism consisting of aggregate of cells
enzymes a complex protein produced by cells that acts as a catalyst
autonomic relating to controlled by the autonomic nervous system
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