Organ Systems
All Organism Share
Types of Anatomy
Types of Physiology
Cavities
100

Excrete of waste from blood.

Urinary System

100

Creation of new generations of the same type of organism.

Reproduction

100

Study of structures visible with an unaided eye.

Gross Anatomy/ Macroscopic Anatomy

100

Study of functions of the human body.

Human Physiology

100

Extends from the diaphragm to the pelvis and is subdivide.

Abdominopelvic Cavity

200

Processes food and absorbs nutrients.

Digestive System

200

An increase in size of organisms.

Growth

200

Study of all the superficial and internal features of a specific region of the body.

Regional Anatomy

200

The functions of living cells includes the chemical and molecular levels.

Cell Physiology

200

Contains three chambers.

Thoracic Cavity

300

Short term changes.

Nervous System

300

May be internal or external.

Movement

300

Study of structures that can't be seen without magnification.

Microscopic Anatomy

300

The study of the effects of diseases on an organ or system functions.

Pathological Physiology/ Pathology

300

Each lung is found within this cavity.

Pleural Cavities

400

Long term changes.

Endocrans System

400

Sum of all chemical reactions in the body.

Metabolism

400

Study of general form and superficial markings.

Surface Anatomy

400

The function of specific organ system.

Systemic Physiology

400

Contains the heart and is lined by the serous membrane called the pericardium. 

Pericardial Cavity

500

Immune response.

Lymphatic System

500

Responding to a change in the immediate environment and is also called irritability. 

Responsiveness

500

Study of the structure of major organ systems.

Systemic Anatomy

500

The physiology of specific organs.

Special Physiology

500

Space within the abdomen that contains intestines, stomach, and liver. 

Peritoneal Cavity

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