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Physiology.Chapter.1

Introduction to Physiology

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The study of the normal functioning of a living organism and its component pats, including all its chemical and physical properties Physiology
The four types of macromolecules are: Nucleic acids (DNA & RNA), Proteins, Lipids, and Carbohydrates
Which molecule does not provide energy? Nucleic acids (DNA & RNA)
Which organ systems control all the rest? Endocrine and Nervous "talk" to each other and the rest of the systems
_________ is structure while _________ is function Anatomy, Physiology
The stuff contained inside the plasma membrane of the cell Intracellular Fluid
The stuff contained outside the plasma membrane of the cell Extracellular Fluid
The major regulator of what is going in and out of the body Integumentary System (skin)
The regulation of your internal environment Homeostasis
Created by: elyk01