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Nats & Phy

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What are the levels organization, in order? Chemical, organelle, cellular, tissue, organ, system, organism,
What are the two body region subdisvision? Axial and appendicular
What are inorganic compounds? They have few have carbon atoms and none have C—C or C—H bonds.
What are organic compounds? They have at least one carbon atom and at least one C—C or C—H bond in each molecule.
What are the differences between the male and female pelvis? The male pelvis is deep and funnel-shaped, with a narrow pubic arch. While the female pelvis is shallow, broad, and flaring, with a wider pubic arch
Which bone of the axial skeleton is the only bone that does not articulate with any other bone? Hyoid bone
How many major types of bones are there? 5: long bone, short bone, flat bone, irregular bone, sesamoid bone.
What are the function(s) of the skin? Protection, surface film, sensation, flexibility, excretion, hormone (vitamin d) production, immunity, homeostasis of body temperature, homeostatic regulation of heat loss.
What are the different tissue types? Connective, epithelial, nervous, muscle,
What is a tissue? A group of similar cells that perform a common function.
What are the three different major direct types of cell contact? Desmosomes, tight junctions and gap junctions.
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