Types of Body Systems
Types of Anatomy
Organelles
Biologoical Organization
Plasma Membrane
100

Includes both voluntary and involuntary muscles, powers movements of the skeleton, maintains posture, enables internal organ function.

What is Muscular?

100

Branch of anatomy that studies changes that begin in the human body at conception and proceed into adulthood

What is developmental?

100
controls entry and exit of substances

what is the plasma membrane?

100

the smallest level of ogranization

What is an atom?

100

My favorite teacher

Who is Coach Newell?
200

Includes the brain, spinal cord, nerves, and sensory receptors, detects sensations and controls movement and function.

What is Nervous?

200

Branch of anatomy that refers to the anatomy of nonhuman species.

What is comparative?

200

garbage disposal

What is lysosome?

200

The largest level of organization

What is an organism?

200

osmosis and simple diffusion, dissolving through the phospholipids

What is passive transport?

300

Includes the spleen, thymus gland, lymphatic vessels, and lymph nodes, provides immunity, maintains fluids.

What is lymphatic?

300

Branch of anatomy that analyzes specific parts of the body.

What is regional?

300

intracellular transport

what is the endoplasmic reticulum?

300

Comes after cell.

What is an organelle?

300

against concentration, using carrier proteins

What is active transport?

400

Includes hypothalamus, pineal gland, pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroids, and other hormone secreting glands and organs, regulates other organ systems, influence metabolism, growth, reproduction, and unconscious internal functions.

What is the Endocrine?

400

Branch of anatomy used for diagnosis

What is surface?

400

protein synthesis

what is the ribosome?

400

Comes after tissue.

What is an organ?

400

passively moving through a channel protein

What is facilitated diffusion?

500

Includes skin, hair, sweat glands, oil glands, and nails, protects your body, regulates temperature and water loss.

What is Integumentary?

500

Branch of anatomy that focuses on organ systems.

What is systemic?

500

site for ATP synthesis

what is the mitochondria?

500

Comes after molecule. 

What is a macromolecule?

500

secretion using vesicles, for large particles

What is endocytosis?

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