MC 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Anatomy and Physiology; Cells: Muscular System, Sensory Neuron, Endocrine System

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From greek word to cut (tomy) apart (ana) The study of body structures that are too small to be seen with the naked eye. Cells vary in size, shape, and particular role in the body. System similar cells that have a common function. A structure composed of two or more tissue types that perform a specific function. A group of organs that work together to accomplish a common purpose. Made up of many organ structures and system. Overview: organ systems (1) integumentary system (2) skeletal system (3) muscular system (4) nervous system (5) endocrine system (6) cardiovascular system (7) lymphatic system (8) respiratory system (9) digestive system (10) urinary/excretory system (11) reproductive system (1) integumentary system. External covering of the body, or the skin, including the hair and the fingernail. Waterproofs the body and protects the deeper tissues from injury. Sensory receptors in the skin alerts to what is happening at the body surface.

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