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CELL MEMBRANE OUTER,PROTECTIVE COVERING OF THE CELL
CYTOPLASM SEMI-FLUID INSIDE THE CELL.
NUCLEUS CALLED THE "BRAIN" OF THE CELL. CONTROLS THE CELLS ACIDOSES
NUCLEOLUS INSIDE THE NUCLEUS. IMPORTANT IN CELL REPRODUCTION
CHROMATIN MADE OF DNA AND PROTEIN.
CENTROSOME LOCATED IN CYTOPLASM
mitochondria rod shaped organelles. called the "powerhouse" of the cell
G.apparatus stack of membrane layers located in the cytoplasm. stores, packs and produces secretions.
ER [smooth and rough]. transport of materials into and out the nucleus.
lysosomes contain digestive enzymes and destroy old cells.
dorsal cavity [cranial and spinal] has brain and spinal cord
thoracic cavity esophagus, trachea, bronchi, lungs, heart and blood vessels
abdominal cavity stomach, small and large intestine, liver, gallbladder, prances and spleen
pelvic cavity reproductive organ and bladder
integumentary system SKIN: protects your body from defense. sweat and oil glands.
Systole period of contraction
Diastole period of rest
right ventricle (RV) into pulmonary artery, blood to lungs
left ventricle (LV) pumps blood into the aorta
LA left atrium receives oxygen rich blood from lungs
integumentary system protects body from injury, infection, and dehydration skin, sweat and oil glands, nails and hair
skeletal system framework of body, protects internal organs movement, protection bones and carilage
Muscular movement, maintains posture skeletal smooth, and cardiac muscle aides in movement, protection, produces heat
cardiovascular heart, blood vessel, artery, veins, capillaries, aorta, superior/inferior vena cava, pulonary vein/artery, pumps blood throughout the body.
lymphatic lymph nodes helps with immune system
respiratory lungs, nose, pharnyx, larnyx, bronchi, trachea breath in oxygen and breath out CO2
reproductive release hormones into body, helps with reprodution ovaries, testes, uterus
digestive digest food to absorb nutreients, eliminates waste mouth, esophagus, stomach, intestines, liver, pancreas
endocrine produces and secretes hormones to regulate body process tyroid,pituitary, thymus,pancreas, ovaries
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