Chapter Three

  1. What are the 8 digestive systems?
    • -Salivary Glands -Liver
    • -Pharynx -pancreas
    • -Esophogus -large intestine
    • -Stomach
    • -Small Intestine
  2. Urinary Bladder?
    Stores urine
  3. Sensory Receptors?
    Provide sensation of touch, pressure, temparature and pain
  4. Function of respitory system?
    delivers air to sites where gas exchange occurs
  5. Bone Marrow?
    Primary site of blood cell production
  6. Lungs?
    • Include airways and alveoli
    • responsible for air movement
  7. Ureters
    Conducts urine
  8. Urinary Kidney Function?
  9. Large Intestine
    Removes H20 and stores waste
  10. Digestive Role Of Pancreas
    Secrets enzymes anc contains endocrine cells
  11. Thymus
    Controls devolpment and maintenance of T Cells
  12. Seven Respiratory Structures?
    • -Nasal Cavity
    • -Pharynx
    • -trachea -Bronchi
    • - lungs -alveoli
  13. Nasal Cavity
    Filters warm air
  14. Nails
    protect and stiffen distal digets
  15. Hair follicles
    Produces hair
  16. Pituitary gland
    • releases hormones
    • regulates growth and fluid balance
  17. Function of Skeletal System
    • supports and protects soft tissues
    • mineral storage
    • blood formation
  18. Integumentary System
    protects from enviromental hazards and temp control
  19. Function of the Nervous System
    directs immediate responses to stimuli
  20. Kidneys
    Contols red blood cell production
  21. Functions of skeletal muscles
    • produces heat
    • supports posture
  22. Brain (ANS)
    Performs complex integrative functions
  23. Adrenal Glands
    Adjust water balance and tissue metabolism
  24. Pancreas
    Regulaes blood glucose levels
  25. CNS
    Control center for nervous system
  26. Dermis
    • Nourishes epidermis
    • provides strength
    • contains glands
  27. Alveoli
    Site of gas exchange between air and blood
  28. Trachea
    Keeps airway open
  29. Skeletal Structures
    • 206 bones
    • cartilage
    • ligaments
    • bone marrow
  30. Axial skelton
    • skull
    • vertebrae
    • sacrum
    • ribs
    • sternum
  31. Ligaments
    • attach bone to bone
    • control unwanted movements
  32. Function of urinary system
    eliminates extra water,salts and waste
  33. Esopagous
    delivers food to stomach
  34. Stomach
    Secrets acid
  35. Small Intestine
    absorbes nutrients
  36. Appendicular Skeleton
    limbs and bones provise movement
  37. Pharynx
    conducts air to larynx
  38. Lymph Nodes
    Monitor the composition of Lymph
  39. Larynx
    protects opening to trachea
  40. Vagina
    sperm deposition
  41. Spinal Cord
    Relays info to and from the brain
  42. Clitoris
    Erectile Organ
  43. Scrotum
    Surronds and controls temprature of testes
  44. Urethra
    Conducts urine to exterior
  45. PNS
    Links CNS with other systems
  46. Testes
    Secrets hormones and produces gametes
  47. Tendons
    Attach muscle to bone
  48. Endocrine structures
    • pituitary gland
    • thyroid gland
    • parathyroid gland
    • thymus, kidneys, pancreas
  49. Ovaries
    Produces gametes
  50. Cartillage
    Deepens and softens articulations
  51. Thyroid Gland
    • Contols metabolic rates
    • Regulates calcium levels
  52. parathyroid gland
    helps thyroid regulate calcuim levels
  53. Epidermis
    Covers surface and protects underlying tissue
  54. Prostate
    Secrets buffers and fluid
  55. Bronchi
    Same roll as Trachea
  56. Epididymis
    Site of sperm maturation
  57. Succutaneous Layer
    Stores lipids, attaches skin to deeper structures
  58. Thymus
    Forms and devolpes lymphocytes
  59. Pharynx
    Passageway connected to esopagous
  60. Lymphatic Vessels
    Carry lymph to tissues in circulatory system
  61. Spleen
    Monitors circulating blood
  62. Liver
    Secrets bile and regulates blood
  63. Bones
    Support and protect soft tissue
  64. Salviary Glands
    • Provide lubrication
    • Starts digestion
  65. Cardiovascular structures
    • HEART
    • VEINS
    • BLOOD
  66. Lymphatic System
    Defend against protection
  67. Muscular System
    support, heat and protection
  68. Function of Axial Skeleton
    protect brain and spinal cord, chest cavity
  69. Function of Endocrine System
    Direct long term changes in the activties of other organ systems
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Chapter Three
11 Body Systems