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Camponeschi

Camponeschi - human body targets 1-4

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homeostasis keeping the body's internal environment (insides) stable regardless of what is happening outside
What are some examples of homeostasis Keeping the body at the same internal temperature. Keeping the needed amount of water in the body. Keeping the needed amount of food/energy in the body. Preventing the entrance of bacteria and viruses.
When you are cold (and about to be out of homeostasis), how does the body respond to maintain internal body temperature? shivering of the muscles creates friction and generates heat keeping the body warm.
when your body is getting low on energy (about to be out of homeostasis), how does the body respond? You feel hungry, which encourages you to eat to help restore energy levels.
What are the levels of organization of the human body (in order) cells, tissue, organs, organ systems, whole body.
How do cells relate to tissue? one type of tissue is made of one type of cell working together doing one job. ex: muscle tissue is made of muscle cells.
How is tissue related to organs? several DIFFERENT types of tissue work together and make up one organ. ex: the heart is made of muscle tissue, connective tissue, nerve tissue, and epithelial tissue
How are organs related to organ systems? an organ system is made of many DIFFERENT organs working together to perform functions of the system.
How are the levels of organization of the body related? a smaller level makes up a larger level. the smaller levels work together to perform a task/s of the larger level
Created by: camponel