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100

The structure of body parts and their relationship to one another.

What is Anatomy?

100

Studying internal structures over the skin (taking a person's pulse)

What is surface anatomy?

100

Studying developmental anatomy of a body going through changes before birth

What is embryology?

100

The 2nd level of the Body Organization:  combining of molecules to form organelles which are found inside a cell

What is cellular level?

100

All body cells are _____________ to one another.

What is interdependent?

200

The function of the body; how the body parts work and carry out their life-sustaining activities

What is Physiology?

200

Studying structures that are too small to be seen with the naked eye

What is microscopic anatomy?

200

Scientific terminology is typically always in

What is Latin or Greek?

200

The 3rd level of Body Organization:  groups of similar cells have a common function

What is tissue level?

200

Separation between _______ and _______ environments must exist:  plasma membranes separate cells; skin separates organisms from environment

What is internal and external?

300

The study of large body structures.

What is Gross (Macroscopic)Anatomy?

300

The study of cells in the body

What is cytology?

300

The study of kidney function and urine production in the urinary system

What is renal physiology?

300

The 4th level of the Body Organization:  group of at least 2 tissue types that perform a specific function in the body

What is organ level?

300

Muscular systems allow _______

What is movement?

400

When all structures in a particular region of the body are examined at the same time (all of the blood, nerves found in the arm)

What is regional anatomy?

400

The study of tissues in the body

What is histology?

400

The operation of the heart and blood vessels

What is cardiovascular physiology?

400

The 5th level of the Body Organization:  organs that work together to accomplish a common purpose

What is the organ system level?

400

The movement at the cellular level

What is contractility?

500

A body studied system by system (studying all of the organs making up the digestive system).

What is systemic anatomy?

500

Studying structural changes in the body throughout its life span

What is developmental anatomy?

500

The bottom level of Body Organization: atoms (building blocks of matter) are combines to form molecules (eg water, proteins)

What is chemical level?

500

The TOP level of the Body Organization: the sum total of all structural levels working together to keep an organism alive

What is the organismal level?

500

Ability to sense and respond to stimuli (reflexes that prevent injury; control of breathing rate)

What is responsiveness?

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