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What percent of plasma (in blood) is water?
For gas exchange, we require large surface area but small volume so that we use small sacs known as ___________.
A long tube from the stomach ultimately to the outside of the organism. It’s main role is absorption.
This system consists of hormone production and glands.
What type of minerals do bones store?
Main functions: structural support, protection and storage.
Fat storage in bones
This type of skeleton is comprised of the shoulders, arms, hips and legs.
A chemical reaction inside the mitochondrion from glucose and oxygen into CO2 and water.
Eat other organisms
Produce their own food
Bone is four times as strong as what?
Used for taste, swallowing, gathering food, thermal regulation and speech
Blood forming tissue in bones
Transport in single celled organism (ameoba) and simple animals (hydra)
Helps us swallow, transport, prevents choking
The best energy source
Leukocytes are also called
Erythrocytes are also known as what?
Muscular tube that pushes partially broken down food to the stomach
Inelastic connective tissue which holds bones together in a joint.
The intake of gases (inhalation and exhalation)
System in charge of producing, storing gametes (eggs and sperm) and then allowing for fertilization.
Major functions in animal structure & metabolism
System in charge of removal of metabolic waste from the body.
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This system controls and coordinates functions throughout the body.
What type of immunity transfers proteins to a pathogenic cell, causing fluid to leak out of the membrane, ultimately destroying the pathogenic cell.
Main functions: transport oxygen, nutrients and hormones; store energy, get rid of waste products, heal and heat.
What type of immunity against pathogens in the blood and lymph produces antibodies?.
How many bones does an adult human have?
_________ streches and increase the angle of joint
This system defends the body against pathogens.
Contains a pump, vessels and blood (always contained within the vessels). More efficient, no stagnation/pooling/contamination
This system consists of skin, hair and nails (means to cover in latin)
Iron-containing pigment which binds and transports oxygen. Found in erythrocytes
This system is responsible for the breakdown and absorbtion of food & nutrients.
Contain a pump, vessels and blood. Fluids are pumped to the open area where nutrients are exchanged with the cells.
Functional unit of striated muscle tissue.
_________ contracts and decrease the angle of joint
Main functions of system: movement, warmth and posture
Pathogens survive in a very narrow temperature range. Therefore the body ______.
Only required in small amounts, made of ORGANIC compounds (aid in metabolism, growth and even vision)
Increase surface area and help absorb (part of digestive system, found in intestines))
This system is composed of vessels and nodes which filter out bacteria and other microorganisms.
Makes up more than 75% of most organisms. Is an important dissolving medium & used for transportation
As pathogens enter the body, the immune system's inflammatory response releases what?
A long tube that runs from one end of the organism to the other, with an in and out opening.
only required in small amounts, made of INORGANIC compounds
This type of skeleton includes the skull, ribs, sternum and vertebral column.
Second best energy source, also used for structure and protection

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