Topics of Anatomy
Staying Organized
Systems
Life Functions
Control
100

The study of large body parts visible to the eye.

What is Gross Anatomy?

100

Groups of cells

What is a tissue?

100

Kidney, ureter, urinary bladder, and urethra

What is urinary or excretory system?

100

Breaking down ingested foodstuffs to simple molecules that can be absorbed into the blood

What is digestive?

100

Factor or event being regulated

What is variable?

200

type of anatomy traces structural changes that occur in the body throughout the life span.

What is developmental anatomy?

200

Organs Working together

What is an organ system?

200

Heart, blood vessels

What is cardiovascular?

200

Increase in size of the body part or the organism

What is growth?

200

Provides the means for the control center’s response to the stimulus

What is effector?

300

Type of anatomy is a subdivision of developmental anatomy that deals with changes that occur before birth.

What is embryology?

300

Simplest level of structural hierarchy

What is chemical?

300

Nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, lungs, trachea, bronchus

What is respiratory?

300

Ability to sense changes

What is responsiveness or irritability?

300

Controls the set point at which a variable is maintained

What is control center?

400

type of anatomy concerns structures to small to see with the naked eye.

What is microscopic anatomy?

400

Discrete structure with at least two different tissue types

What is an organ?

400

Brain, sensory receptors, nerves, spinal cord

What is nervous?

400

Removing waste from the body

What is excretion?

400

Most homeostatic  control mechanisms in the human body are this type

What is feedback negative?

500

All structures in one particular region of the body are examined in this type of anatomy.

What is regional Anatomy

500

Smallest unit of all living things

What is a cell?

500

Thyroid gland, pituitary gland, pineal gland, thymus, adrenal gland, pancreas, ovary, testis.

What is endocrine?

500

Includes all the chemical reactions that occur within the body

What is metabolism?

500

The bodies ability to maintain relatively stable internal conditions.

What is homeostasis?

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