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Anatomy and Physiology - An Introduction
Name the level of organization.
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atomic level
atomic level
molecular level
molecular level
cellular level
cellular level
tissue level
tissue level
organ level
organ level
organ system level
organ system level
organism level
organism level
Name this process.
1. Name this system.
2. Name this system.
3. Name this system.
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3.
2.
4. Name this system.
4.
ingestion
ingestion
elimination
elimination
excretion
excretion
filtration
filtration
absorption of nutrients
absorption of nutrients
cellular exchange
cellular exchange
gas exchange
gas exchange
digestive system
digestive system
circulatory system
circulatory system
urinary system
urinary system
respiratory system
respiratory system
Name this portion.
receptor
receptor
control center
control center
effector
effector
variable
variable
stimulus causes change in variable
stimulus causes change in variable
Change is detected by a receptor.
Change is detected by a receptor.
Signal sent to control center on afferent pathway.
Signal sent to the effector on efferent pathway.
Signal changes magnitude of the stimulus; positive or negative.
Signal changes magnitude of the stimulus; positive or negative.
Name this surface
Name this cavity
Name this section
cranial
cranial
spinal
spinal
thoracic
thoracic
abdominal
abdominal
pelvic
pelvic
dorsal
dorsal
vental
vental
anterior or ventral
anterior or ventral
posterior or dorsal
posterior or dorsal
midsagittal section
midsagittal section