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Body Struct Ch4 Note

NHTC 4 Body Structure - Notes

TermDefinition
epithelial (epitheli/o) covers outside of body lines, inner surface of internal, organs & body cavities
connective (sarc/o) supports and binds structures of the body
human body all body systems interrelated and functioning together
body cavities hollow spaces in body containing organs
organs (organ/o) part of the body having specialized function
system (system/o) organs or structures related to each other performing a common function
dorsal cavities cranial - formed by the skull & contains brain. spinal - formed by the spine and contains spinal cord
nervous (nerv/o - neur/o) nerve cells & supporting cells
ventral cavities thoracic - lungs & heart. abdominopelvic - abdominal, pelvic organs
body structure organization of the body in ascending order: atom, molecule, cell, tissue, organ, system, human body
muscle (my/o) voluntary (arms & legs). involuntary - digestion (things that move on their own)
cell (cyt/o) basic structural unit of the body
tissue (hist/o - histi/o) collection of cells performing a common function
Created by: rmlgray