1. Where is it? Jeopardy ByRoss, James, Halen, Josh, Lance
2. Homeo- Structure Anatomical Life Human Directional Body stasis and Planes Characteris Organizatio Terms Organizatio Function tics ns n 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 500
3. What is homeostasis?
4. The tendency of an organism or a cell to regulate its internal conditions, usually by a system of feedbackcontrols, so as to stabilize health andfunctioning, regardless of the outside changing conditions
5. How does the body maintainhomeostasis when your body temp. gets too high?
6. Start to sweat
7. The body needs to maintain homeostasis in order to?
8. Stay Alive
9. If you get too cold, your body will maintain homeostasis by?
10. causing shivering to warm the body
11. Kidneys play a vital role in?
12. removing waste urea in the blood and in balancing other chemical levels in the blood.
13. What organelles function asintracellular digestive systems and contain enzymes?
15. What organelle is surrounded by a double membrane layer that contains many pores?
17. mRNA is copied from?
19. The ______ on a tRNA molecule pairs with three nucleotides on a mRNA molecule.
21. By the process of mitosis in ahuman cell, ______ daughter cells are produced.
22. 2 daughter cells
23. a vertical plane that runs through your body from front to back or back to front. This plane dividesthe body into right and left regions.
24. Lateral Plane or Sagittal Plane
25. plane that divides the body into equal right and left regions
26. Median or Midsagittal Plane
27. plane that divides the body into unequal right and left regions
28. Parasagittal Plane
29. a vertical plane that runs through the center of your body from side to side. This plane divides the body into front(anterior) and back (posterior) regions.
30. Frontal Plane or Coronal Plane
31. a horizontal plane that runs through the midsection of your body. This plane divides the body into upper(superior) and lower (inferior) regions.
32. Transverse Plane
33. Is the chemical change of ingestedfoods into simple substances that can be taken and used by body parts
35. Refers to the ability of organism todetect changes either within itselfor the environment surrounding it and then react to these changes
37. Is the process of making a new organism, as in parents producingoffspring. It also discusses the processwhereby cells can produce others like themselves to take the place of damaged or destroyed cells
39. Refers to the process of obtainingoxygen, using the obtained oxygen in release of energy from foods,and removing waste gases that are produced in the process
41. Is the movement of substancesthrough the body in body fluids
43. What are the bodies seven structural levels?
44. chemical (atom, molecule,macromolecule), organelle, cell, tissue, organ, organ system, and complete organism.
45. What are microscopic structures in thecell; composed of molecules that are specialized to carry out functions of the cell?
47. What are composed of two or more tissue types?
49. What are a group of cells with similarstructure and function, together with the extracellular substances located between them
51. What are groups of organs with a unique collective function?
52. Organ System
53. The abdomen is ______ to the chest.
55. The ear is ____ to the nose
57. Toward the midline.
59. The spine is ______ to the heart.
61. Refers to the neck.
63. what is the cephalic region of the body?
65. What two portions are the body divided into?
66. Axial and Appendicular
67. What does the axial section of the body include?
68. Head, neck and trunk
69. How many sections can the abdomen be divided into?