... The human body is made up of several organ systems that work together as one unit.
The ten major organ systems of the body are listed below, along with several organs that are associated with each system.
Cardiovascular: heart and blood
Lymphatic: Lymph nodes and vessels, thymus, spleen ...
... Know the objectives listed at the beginning of the exercise
Know the specific glands of this system and the hormones each are responsible for
Know the meaning of the term(s) ductless glands; target organs; tropic hormones; myxedema; gonads; sex hormones.
Know the specific hormones of the anterior pi ...
... Example: the stomach is muscle, connective, epithelial, and
nervous tissue. Muscle and connective form the stomach’s
wall, epithelial and connective tissues form its lining, and
nervous tissue extends throughout both its wall and its lining.
... outer layer of dead cells continuously being replaced as new cells are formed in the lower layer.
Hair, fingernails, and toenails are specialized forms of epidermis. The coloring pigment called
melanin is also found in the epidermis. The middle layer (or dermis) is the location for two main
types of ...
... 1234b-levels of organization before system level
1234c- four types of connective tissues
1234d-functions of epithelial tissue
123e- how epithelium is classified
12f-the three types of glands in our body
123------------------------------II-Fill the spaces
*------------------------ is the ...
... bulb being torn from the olfactory nerves. Head injuries can often present with few
symptoms and can be difficult to identify without imaging. A patient presenting with
torn olfactory nerves (CN I) would have lost the ability to smell (anosmia), providing a
clue that the injury was located in the an ...
... 11 organ systems of the human body
1. Integumentary system: FCN: protects against environmental hazards,
helps control body temp
cutaneous membrane(epidermis and dermis), hair ( follicles, sebaceous
glands, arrector pili muscles), sweat glands, nails, sensory receptors,
subcutaneous layer(adipose ti ...
... base of the brain. It controls a multitude of important functions in the body.
Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands The thyroid is a dual lobed gland located in the neck region.
It secretes hormones that control metabolism, growth, heart rate, body temperature.
Thymus Although it is considered an endocr ...
... 2. upper limbs placed at sides with palms forward
3. feet flat on floor in natural forward direction
C. Directional Terms (practice using them in the lab!)
1. superior (cephalic) : inferior (caudal)
2. anterior (ventral) : posterior (dorsal)
3. medial : lateral
4. ipsilateral (same side) : contralat ...
... •This includes all of the neurons outside the central
•These nerve cells carry impulses between the central
nervous system and the rest of the body.
•There are 2 main divisions of the Peripheral Nervous
System. They are the Somatic and the Autonomic
The Somatic Nervo ...
... Posterior triangle of the neck.
Anterior triangle of the neck.
Sub occipital triangle.
Meninges, Dural venous sinuses, Emissary veins, and pituitary gland.
Eye lids, lacrimal apparatus.
Orbit: extra ocular muscles, sensory, and motor nerves, ophthalmic vessels.
Temporal and infratemp ...
... bones, as well as the connections between the ribs and
the breast bone, or sternum. It provides smooth
surfaces, enabling tissues to move/slide easily over each
other, e.g. facilitating smooth movements at joints. It is
also provides flexibility and support