1 Slide 1 / 64 1 Arrange the following in order from least complex to most complex: organ, tissue, cell, organism, organ system.
2 Slide 2 / 64 2 List the four major groups of tissues in animals.
3 Slide 3 / 64 3 Describe the location, structure, and function of epithelial tissue.
4 Slide 4 / 64 4 List the six major types of connective tissue.
5 Slide 5 / 64 5 What are the three major types of muscle tissue?
6 Slide 6 / 64 6 What is the primary function of nervous tissue?
7 Slide 7 / 64 7 How many organ systems are there in the human body?
8 8 Define tissue. Slide 8 / 64
9 9 Define organ. Slide 9 / 64
10 Slide 10 / Draw and describe the following types of epithelial tissues: A B C simple cuboidal epithelium stratified squamous epithelium simple columnar epithelium
11 Slide 11 / Define basement membrane.
12 Slide 12 / What characteristic differentiates smooth muscle tissue from skeletal muscle tissue?
13 Slide 13 / Bone and blood are both examples of which type of tissue?
14 14 Define neuron. Slide 14 / 64
15 Slide 15 / What is negative feedback and how does it help the human body maintain homeostasis?
16 Slide 16 / Differentiate between ectotherms and endotherms.
17 Slide 17 / What are the six major functions of the integumentary system?
18 Slide 18 / List the three layers of skin from outermost to innermost.
19 Slide 19 / Identify an organism that has each skeletal type: A B C Hydroskeleton Exoskeleton Endoskeleton
20 Slide 20 / Describe three functions of the muscular system.
21 Slide 21 / What are the two major divisions of the nervous system?
22 22 Define cephalization. Slide 22 / 64
23 Slide 23 / Explain how thermoregulation allows an organism to maintain homeostasis.
24 Slide 24 / The skull, vertebral column, and thorax make up which region of the human skeleton?
25 Slide 25 / True or false: one of the primary functions of the skeletal system is to protect organs.
26 Slide 26 / Differentiate between voluntary and involuntary muscles.
27 Slide 27 / How are muscles attached to bones?
28 Slide 28 / What are the three main functions of the nervous system?
29 29 What are hormones? Slide 29 / 64
30 Slide 30 / Where is the hypothalamus located and what is its function?
31 Slide 31 / Why do large or complex animals need a circulatory system?
32 Slide 32 / Describe the structure and function of capillaries.
33 Slide 33 / As red blood cells pass through the capillaries, they exchange materials with tissues. What important molecules do red blood cells deliver to tissues, and what molecules do they take up as waste for removal?
34 Slide 34 / What are the three basic components of a circulatory system?
35 Slide 35 / Identify the three types of blood vessels in a closed circulatory system and explain the function of each.
36 Slide 36 / How many chambers does the mammalian heart have?
37 Slide 37 / What are the two main types of blood cells?
38 38 What is plasma? Slide 38 / 64
39 Slide 39 / What is blood pressure and how is it created?
40 Slide 40 / What is the main function of the endocrine system?
41 Slide 41 / Fill in the blanks with the appropriate terms (arteries, capillaries, carbon dioxide, oxygen, and veins): A(n) molecule leaves the heart, traveling through until it reaches and diffuses into tissues. A(n) molecule created as a biproduct of cellular respiration diffuses from tissues to and is then transported through back to the heart.
42 Slide 42 / Differentiate between a closed circulatory system and an open circulatory system.
43 Slide 43 / One of the main functions of the circulatory system is defense. Which type of blood cells are involved are involved in this function?
44 Slide 44 / Which types of blood cells are responsible for delivering oxygen to tissues?
45 Slide 45 / What blood cellular element is responsible for blood clotting?
46 Slide 46 / How do hormones reach tissues?
47 Slide 47 / What are the two main functions of the lymphatic system?
48 Slide 48 / Bone marrow, tonsils, the spleen, and the appendix are all components of which system?
49 Slide 49 / Describe what triggers an inflammatory response and the three main steps involved in the response.
50 Slide 50 / What is the function of the respiratory system?
51 Slide 51 / What is the primary respiratory organ in humans called? What structure protects this organ?
52 Slide 52 / What is the function of the digestive system?
53 Slide 53 / Describe four methods of food ingestion.
54 Slide 54 / What are the four stages of food processing?
55 Slide 55 / What is the function of accessory organs within the digestive system?
56 Slide 56 / Describe the four main processes of the urinary system.
57 Slide 57 / Fish gills are analogous to (can be compared to) which structure in humans?
58 Slide 58 / What structures differentiate a simple digestive system from a complex digestive system?
59 Slide 59 / What is the alimentary canal?
60 Slide 60 / What are the five regions of the alimentary canal?
61 Slide 61 / How is food digested and pushed through the canal?
62 Slide 62 / Where do proteases come from and what is their digestive function?
63 Slide 63 / Where does bile come from and what is its digestive function?
64 Slide 64 / What are the main organs that make up the excretory system?