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02. What organ system supports the body, protects the vital organs and makes blood cells?

Skeletal

15. Body_Systems

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07. What is separate by top and bottom when look at the picture?

It is transverse section

14. CLF- anatomical planes and sections

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15. What is the main function of the excretory system?

To collect and remove waste from the body.

11. WKST_-_Body_Organization_and_Homeostasis

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22. The smallest structure capable of carrying out all life processes is the _____.

Cell

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23. What is not a characteristic of life?

Movement

13. Note-Characteristics_of_LivingThings

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25. What level of organization does the picture(epithelial tissue, smooth muscle tissue, connective tissue) represent?

Organ

12. CLF-Hierarchy_of_the_Body

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37. The brain is to the nervous system as ___is to the respiratory system.

Lung

15. Body_Systems

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40. When do you use your excretory organs?

When you use the bathroom.

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41. Give an example of negative feedback?

A dog panting in the hot sun

17. Notes - Homeostasis

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44. The contraction experienced by woman in labor are often very painful. Yet the body's feedback system encourages them to continue. Why?

Though painful, the contractions help women give birth.

17. Notes - Homeostasis

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49. Because the body's balance fluctuates within limits, what is homeostasis also called?

Dynamic equilibrium

17. Notes - Homeostasis

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51. Shivering and sweating are two responses in which feedback?

Negative

17. Notes - Homeostasis

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62. Positive feedback control mechanisms are :

More rare than negative feedback mechanisms and tend to increase the original stimulus

17. Notes - Homeostasis

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64. What type of tissues supports the body and connects all of its parts?

Connective

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66.which is an example of a respond?

Leaves turn to the sun.

13. Note-Characteristics_of_LivingThings

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70. Structure C is a thigh bone. Identify and define the level of organization represented by C.

C is organ, and organ is a structure made of two or more tissues that works together.

11. WKST_-_Body_Organization_and_Homeostasis

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71. Structure B is a section of bone. Identify and define the level of organization represented by B.

B is tissue, tissue is a group of cells that work together form.

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72. Structure D is a skeleton. Identify and define the level of organization represented by D.

D is system, organ system is a group of organs that work together to perform a major function.

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73. What level of organization is represented by A? What is the relationship between that level and the level represented by B?

A is cell and cell is The basic unit of life. And group of cell is tissue.

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