Characteristics of Life
Body Systems
Requirments of Life
Organs
Misc.

100

Reaction to a change taking place inside or outside the body
What is Responsiveness

100

Protects tissues, regulates body temperature, support sensory receptors
What is the Ingumentary System

100

A chemical susbtance to help release energy from food substances
What is Oxygen

100

Major organs of the Muscular System
What is Muscles

100

Position term that describes a part that is closer to the trunk of the body.
What is Proximal

200

Production of new organisms and new cells
What is Reproduction

200

Moves blood through blood vessels and transport substances throughout body
What is the Cardiovascular System

200

A chemical substance for metabolic processes, as a medium for metabolic reactions, to transport substances, and to regulate body temperature
What is Water

200

Major organs of the Skeletal System
What is Bones, ligaments, cartilages

200

Position term that means a part is above another part, or closer to the head.
What is Superior

300

Changing of absorded substances into chemically different forms
What is Assimilation

300

Removes wastes from blood, maintain water and electrolyte balance, store and transport urine
What is the Urinary System

300

A form of energy to help regulate the rates of metabolic reactions
What is Heat

300

Major organs of the nervous system
What are Brain, spinal cord nerves, sense organs

300

A length wise cut that divides the body into right and left portions
What is Sagittal

400

Obtaining oxygen, removing carbon dioxide, and releasing energy from foods
What is Respiration

400

Detect changes, receive and interpret sensory information, stimulate muscles and glands
What is the Nervous System

400

A force that aids in breathing and helps circulate blood
What is Pressure

400

Major organs of the digestive system
What are moth, toungue, teeth, esophagus, stomach, liver, gallbladder, pancreas

400

A cut that divides the body inot superior and inferior portions
What is Transverse

500

Passag of substances through membrans and into body fluids
What is Absorption

500

Control metabolic activities and body structures
What is the Endocrine System

500

Various chemical substances tha supply energy and raw materials for the production of necessary substances and for the regulation of vital reactions
What is Food

500

Major organs of the Lymphatic System
What are lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, thymus, spleen

500

A section that divides the body into anterior and posterior portions
What is Frontal