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1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
1.01 remember structural_organization
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1.01 remember structural_organization

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Health Science I
Unit 1.01 Structural Organization

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  • 1. Essential Questions How is the human body organized? What are the structural components of the body? How does the body’s structural organization relate to its support and movement? 1.01 Remember structural organization 2
  • 2. Composed of: 1.01 Remember structural organization 3
  • 3. Types of tissues:  Epithelial tissue  Connective tissue  Muscle tissue  Nervous tissue 1.01 Remember structural organization 4
  • 4. Epithelial Tissue protects the body by coveringinternal and external surfaces, and producessecretions  Skin  covers the outside of the body  lines the inside of the body  Membrane  two thin layers of tissue that join together  cells may secrete a fluid 1.01 Remember structural organization 5
  • 5. Epithelial tissuesSquamous Cuboidal Columnar 1.01 Remember structural organization 6
  • 6. Connective tissue supports and connectsorgans and tissue  Adipose type of connective tissue that stores fat cells  Cartilage firm, flexible support of the embryonic skeleton and part of the adult skeleton  Tendons white bands of connective tissue attaching skeletal muscle to bone  Ligaments strong, flexible bands of connective tissue that hold bones firmly together at the joints 1.01 Remember structural organization 7
  • 7. Connective tissue Adipose Fibrocartilage Elastic cartilage 1.01 Remember structural organization 8
  • 8. Muscle tissue contracts and moves a bodypart Cardiac striated, involuntary contracts the heart Skeletal striated, voluntary attached to the skeleton Smooth  nonstriated, involuntary  provides movement in various body systems 1.01 Remember structural organization 9
  • 9. Muscle tissueCardiac Skeletal Smooth 1.01 Remember structural organization 10
  • 10.  Nervous tissue reacts to stimulation and conducts an impulse 1.01 Remember structural organization 11
  • 11. Nervous tissue Neuron 1.01 Remember structural organization 12
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  • 15. Click here to hear heartbeat1.01 Remember structural organization 16
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  • 21. The Skin The Tongue 1.01 Remember structural organization 22
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  • 24. Male Female 1.01 Remember structural organization 25
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  • 26. Anatomical position 1.01 Remember structural organization 27
  • 27. AnatomicalpositionDiscuss the importance ofanatomical position. 1.01 Remember structural organization 28
  • 28. Directional terms 1.01 Remember structural organization 29
  • 29. Directional terms 1.01 Remember structural organization 30
  • 30. Directional terms 1.01 Remember structural organization 31
  • 31. Body planes 1.01 Remember structural organization 32
  • 32. Body cavities 1.01 Remember structural organization 33
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  • 35. Group Review
  • 36. Essential Questions How is the human body organized? What are the structural components of the body? How does the body’s structural organization relate to its support and movement? 1.01 Remember structural organization 37

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