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Part 1 Biological Organization

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important and should be recorded in your
science journal.
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Kidneys
Ureters
Urinary Bladder
• RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very
important and should be recorded in your
science journal.
• BLACK SLIDE: Pay attention, follow
directions, complete projects as described
and answer required questions neatly.
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• Keep an eye out for “The-Owl” and raise
your hand as soon as you see him.
– He will be hiding somewhere in the slideshow
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your hand as soon as you see him.
– He will be hiding somewhere in the slideshow
“I’ll be about
this big
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Always.
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“This unit will
focus mostly on
human biology.”
“However, some
animal anatomy
will be
addressed.”
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• Caution! You will see many real images of
human anatomy.
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• Caution! You will see many real images of
human anatomy.
– Please overcome any discomfort you may feel
as this may impede your learning.
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• Caution! You will see many real images of
human anatomy.
– Please overcome any discomfort you may feel
as this may impede your learning.
These are things that
surgeons see everyday.
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“Animations
are great
learning tools,
but they look
different from
the real thing.”
“Trust me, I
know.”
• Part I Available Sheet for Classwork
– Levels of Biological Organization.
• Part I Available Sheet for Classwork
– Levels of Biological Organization.
• Quiz Wiz 1-20 Name the Organ of the
human body and the system it belongs to if
you know it.
– Let’s see what you already know. (For Fun)
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• .
• Bonus: Who am I?
“Thanks for giving
this quiz a shot.” “I’ll
bet you were able to
get some right.”
• Answers: Quiz Wiz 1-20 Name the organ
of the human body.
1
• Liver: Part of the Digestive System.
1
2
• Stomach: Part of the Digestive System.
2
3
• Intestines: Part of the Digestive System.
3
• Intestines: Part of the Digestive System.
3
4
• Brain: Part of the Nervous System.
• Heart: Part of Circulatory System.
• Heart: Part of Circulatory System.
6
• Pancreas: Part of the digestive and
endocrine system.
6
6
7
• Kidney: Part of the excretory system.
7
8
• Lungs: Part of the Respiratory System.
8
• Lungs: Part of the Respiratory System.
8
Healthy Lung
9
9
9
9
9
• Bladder: Part of the Excretory System.
9
10
• Spleen: Part of the Lymphatic System.
10
• Gall Bladder: Digestive System
• Rectum: Digestive System
• Trachea: Respiratory System
• Trachea: Respiratory System
• Esophagus: Digestive System
• Testicles: Reproductive System
• Testicles: Reproductive System
• Testicles: Reproductive System
• Ear: Nervous System
• Thyroid: Endocrine System
• Thyroid: Endocrine System
• Uterus: Female Reproductive System
• Uterus: Female Reproductive System
A hysterectomy is major operation to
remove a woman's uterus. It is carried out
to treat various problems associated with
pelvic pain, cancer, and other problems
and disorders.
• Aorta: The Circulatory System
• Aorta: The Circulatory System
• Tongue: Muscular System
• Bonus: Who am I?
• Bonus: Who am I?
• Bonus: Theodor Seuss Geisel AKA...
• Bonus: Theodor Seuss Geisel AKA...
– Dr. Seuss (1904-1991).
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Anatomy: The science of the shape and
structure of organisms.
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Anatomy: The science of the shape and
structure of organisms.
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Anatomy: The science of the shape and
structure of organisms.
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Anatomy: The science of the shape and
structure of organisms.
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Anatomy: The science of the shape and
structure of organisms.
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Form Follows Function: Parts of the body
are shaped to perform a particular job.
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• Rate this toothbrush on a scale of 1-10 for
its ability to clean your teeth and gums.
Why?
• 1 is the lowest, 10 is the highest.
• The modern toothbrush has…
• The modern toothbrush has…
– Cross action bristles
• The modern toothbrush has…
– Cross action bristles
– Angled bristles
• The modern toothbrush has…
– Cross action bristles
– Angled bristles
– Gum massagers
• The modern toothbrush has…
– Cross action bristles
– Angled bristles
– Gum massagers
– Rubber grips
• The modern toothbrush has…
– Cross action bristles
– Angled bristles
– Gum massagers
– Rubber grips
– Angled head
• The modern toothbrush has…
– Cross action bristles
– Angled bristles
– Gum massagers
– Rubber grips
– Angled head
– Tapered
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• The modern toothbrush has…
– Cross action bristles
– Angled bristles
– Gum massagers
– Rubber grips
– Angled head
– Tapered
– Self powered?
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FFF (Form Follows
Function)
We can say it loud.
-Not unruly however
incase it interferes
with other classes.
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Function)
We can say it loud.
-Not unruly however
incase it interferes
with other classes.
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“Let’s practice once.”
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“A bit less next time.”
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• Part I Available Sheet for Classwork
– Levels of Biological Organization.
• Activity! Teacher will create a box of form
follows function “stuff”.
– Students will pick an object with eyes closed.
– Make a quick sketch and then write a 3-5
sentence paragraph describing how the objects
Form Follows Function.
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• You can now complete the FFF question on
page 1.
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• You can now complete the FFF question on
page 1.
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Physiology: How it all works.
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Physiology: How it all works.
Muscular
System
Nervous
System
Digestive
system
Immune
More
Respiratory
system
Skeletal
System
Circulatory
System
Endocrine
System
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• Learning all about the human body has
been a long road of small steps.
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• Earliest anatomical studies occurred on
live humans and animals called vivisection
thousands of years ago.
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• Oil Painting of animal vivisection on a live
dog.
– Any reactions?
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• Leonardo da Vinci created 750 anatomical
drawings from corpses from 1489-1515.
Learn more about the history of anatomy at…
http://www.peakri.com/history-of-anatomy/ or
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_anatomy
• Anatomical research in the past hundred
years has taken advantage of technological
developments and a growing understanding
of the sciences.
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• Activity! Before we dive in, how many body
parts can we name?
– Stand-up, when we get to you say your body
part. Last one standing is the winner.
• You can have a sheet to jot down parts.
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Area of Focus: Levels of Biological
Organization.
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Area of Focus: Levels of Biological
Organization.
A step by step drawing will unfold on
the next series of slides.
½ to full page needed.
Preview on next slide.
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• Part I Available Sheet for Classwork
– Levels of Biological Organization.
• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Organism
Cell
Organelle
Organ
System
Tissue
Organ
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Atom
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Atom
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Atom
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Atom Molecule
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Atom Molecule
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Atom Molecule
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Atom Molecule
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Atom Molecule
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Atom Molecule
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Tissue
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Tissue
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Tissue
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Tissue
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Tissue
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Tissue
Organ
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Tissue
Organ
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Tissue
Organ
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Tissue
Organ
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Organ
System
Tissue
Organ
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Organ
System
Tissue
Organ
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Organ
System
Tissue
Organ
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Organ
System
Tissue
Organ
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Organ
System
Tissue
Organ
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Cell
Organelle
Organ
System
Tissue
Organ
Cell
Many
Many
Systems
Systems
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Organism
Cell
Organelle
Organ
System
Tissue
Organ
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Cell
Atom Molecule
Organism
Cell
Organelle
Organ
System
Tissue
Organ
Cell
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• Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization.
Organ
System
Tissue
Organ
Cell
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“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
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“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
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“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
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“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
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“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
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“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
“Which can organize to create cell organelles”
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“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
“Which can organize to create cell organelles”
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“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
“Which can organize to create cell organelles”
“Many organelles can form a living cell.”
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“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
“Which can organize to create cell organelles”
“Many organelles can form a living cell.”
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“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
“Which can organize to create cell organelles”
“Many organelles can form a living cell.”
“Many specialized cells form tissues.”
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
“Which can organize to create cell organelles”
“Many organelles can form a living cell.”
“Many specialized cells form tissues.”
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
“Which can organize to create cell organelles”
“Many organelles can form a living cell.”
“Many specialized cells form tissues.”
“Specialized tissues can form organs.”
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
“Which can organize to create cell organelles”
“Many organelles can form a living cell.”
“Many specialized cells form tissues.”
“Specialized tissues can form organs.”
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
“Which can organize to create cell organelles”
“Many organelles can form a living cell.”
“Many specialized cells form tissues.”
“Specialized tissues can form organs.”
“Many organs can form an organ system.”
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
“Which can organize to create cell organelles”
“Many organelles can form a living cell.”
“Many specialized cells form tissues.”
“Specialized tissues can form organs.”
“Many organs can form an organ system.”
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“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
“Which can organize to create cell organelles”
“Many organelles can form a living cell.”
“Many specialized cells form tissues.”
“Specialized tissues can form organs.”
“Many organs can form an organ system.”
“Many organ systems working together can form
organisms.”
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“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
“Which can organize to create cell organelles”
“Many organelles can form a living cell.”
“Many specialized cells form tissues.”
“Specialized tissues can form organs.”
“Many organs can form an organ system.”
“Many organ systems working together can form
organisms.”
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“I’m Jimmy Carter, 39th President”
“I am made of an enormous number of atoms”
“Which come together to create molecules”
“Which can organize to create cell organelles”
“Many organelles can form a living cell.”
“Many specialized cells form tissues.”
“Specialized tissues can form organs.”
“Many organs can form an organ system.”
“Many organ systems working together can form
organisms.”
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“Thank you for your
attention.”
Learn more about the levels of biological organization at…
http://www.ck12.org/biology/Organization-of-the-HumanBody/lesson/user%3AbWpvbmVzMzk4QHRhbXBhYmF5LnJ
yLmNvbQ../Organization-of-the-Human-Body/
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• Activity! Cup Stacking
(Optional)
– Record the name of each level
of biological organization on the
rim of a Styrofoam cup.
– Spread the cups out randomly
on a table and time yourself to
see how long it takes you to
stack the cups into the correct
order.
• Can go from large to small, and
then small to small. Practice
makes perfect.
Atom
Molecule
Cellular Organelle
Cell
Tissue
Organ
Organ System
Organism
• Size Scale / Levels of Organization
– http://htwins.net/scale2/
• You can now complete the question about
biological organization.
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• You can now complete the question about
biological organization.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/01/160111-microbiome-estimatecount-ratio-human-health-science/
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• A few important things before we begin.
– The body is made of some 30 trillion cells all
working together.
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• Part I Available Sheet for Classwork
– Levels of Biological Organization.
• Activity!
– Please create the following in your journal.
Plant Low
Plant High
Animal Low
Animal High
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• Activity! Looking at cheek cells.
• Procedure
– Use a tooth pick to scratch along the inside of
your cheek.
– Smear the tip of the toothpick on a glass slide.
– Add one drop of water to the smear.
– Gently place cover slip on top of drop.
– Observe and make a sketch of what you see
using a Petri dish to make a circle.
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• Activity! Looking at cells under the microscope
• Procedure
– Use you finger nails to separate one layer of onion
(plant cell – larger) from the bulb.
– Place a thin layer on a glass slide.
– Add one drop of water to onion layer.
– Gently place a cover slip on top of the drop.
– Observe and make a sketch of what you see using
a Petri-dish to make a circle.
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• Which is a cheek cell, and which is an
onion cell? What is the difference?
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• Which is a cheek cell, and which is an
onion cell? What is the difference?
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• Which is a cheek cell, and which is an
onion cell? What is the difference?
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• Which is a cheek cell, and which is an
onion cell? What is the difference?
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• Which is a cheek cell, and which is an
onion cell? What is the difference?
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Animal Cell
(Cheek)
Plant Cell
(Onion)
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Animal Cell
(Cheek)
Plant Cell
(Onion)
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Animal Cell
(Cheek)
Plant Cell
(Onion)
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Animal Cell
(Cheek)
Plant Cell
(Onion)
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Animal Cell
(Cheek)
Plant Cell
(Onion)
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• Questions? Plant Cell and Animal Cell
– What are differences you noticed between
a plant cell and an animal cell – Study
these pictures and the next two slides.
– What are the similarities?
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• Is this a plant cell or animal cell?
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• Answer! Plant Cell.
• Plant cells have cell walls that perform a variety of
functions.
• Is this a plant or animal cell?
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• Answer! A plant cell
– Plants cell have photosynthetic chloroplasts
that are usually green. (They have their own
DNA)
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• Is this a plant cell, or animal cell?
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• Answer! Plant Cell.
– Plant cell have a large central vacuole to hold
food, water, nutrients, and waste.
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• Is this a plant cell, or animal cell? Why?
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• Answer! Animal Cell.
– Irregular shape, no cell wall, no central
vacuole, no chloroplasts.
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• Plant and animal cells both have…
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• Plant and animal cells both have…
– Nucleus
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• Plant and animal cells both have…
– Nucleus
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• Plant and animal cells both have…
– Nucleus
– Cytoplasm
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• Plant and animal cells both have…
– Nucleus
– Cytoplasm
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• Plant and animal cells both have…
– Nucleus
– Cytoplasm
– Cell Membrane.
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• Plant and animal cells both have…
– Nucleus
– Cytoplasm
– Cell Membrane.
– Other similar organelles.
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• Plant and animal cells both have…
– Nucleus
– Cytoplasm
– Cell Membrane.
– Other similar organelles.
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• Plant and animal cells both have…
– Nucleus
– Cytoplasm
– Cell Membrane.
– Other similar organelles.
– Many of the same processes.
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• Plant and animal cells both have…
– Many of the same processes.
•
•
•
•
Cellular Respiration
Protein synthesis
Cell transport
Many more
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• Plant and animal cells both have…
– Many of the same processes.
•
•
•
•
Cellular Respiration
Protein synthesis
Cell transport
Many more
Learn more about the differences between plant and animal cells at…
http://www.diffen.com/difference/Animal_Cell_vs_Plant_Cell
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
Cells are the structural and functional units
of all living organisms.
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
Cells are the structural and functional units
of all living organisms.
 Humans
have some 30 Trillion
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
Cells are the structural and functional units
of all living organisms.
 Humans

have some 30 Trillion
Multi-cellular (More than one cell)
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• Cells are the structural and functional units
of all living organisms.
– Humans have some 30 Trillion
• Multi-cellular (More than one cell)
– Some Protista have 1 - Unicellular
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• Cells are the structural and functional units
of all living organisms.
– Humans have some 30 Trillion
• Multi-cellular (More than one cell)
– Some Protista have 1 - Unicellular
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• Different cells include…
– Absorbing Cells such as those in your
intestines aid in digestion.
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• Different cells include…
– Absorbing Cells such as those in your
intestines aid in digestion.
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• Different cells include…
– Absorbing Cells such as those in your
intestines aid in digestion.
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• Different cells include…
– Absorbing Cells such as those in your
intestines aid in digestion.
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• Different cells include…
– Absorbing Cells such as those in your
intestines aid in digestion.
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• Different cells include…
– Assembly Cells: Cells that put chemical
substances together. –Break down food,
produce hormones.
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• Different cells include…
– Assembly Cells: Cells that put chemical
substances together. –Break down food,
produce hormones.
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• Different cells include…
– Assembly Cells: Cells that put chemical
substances together. –Break down food,
produce hormones.
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• Different cells include…
– Assembly Cells: Cells that put chemical
substances together. –Break down food,
produce hormones.
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• Different cells include…
– Assembly Cells: Cells that put chemical
substances together. –Break down food,
produce hormones.
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• Different cells include…
– Assembly Cells: Cells that put chemical
substances together. –Break down food,
produce hormones.
Pancreas
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• Different cells include…
– Movement Cells: Cells that can contract and
shorten. Muscle Cells.
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• Different cells include…
– Movement Cells: Cells that can contract and
shorten. Muscle Cells.
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• Different cells include…
– Movement Cells: Cells that can contract and
shorten. Muscle Cells.
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• Different cells include…
– Movement Cells: Cells that can contract and
shorten. Muscle Cells.
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• Different cells include…
– Movement Cells: Cells that can contract and
shorten. Muscle Cells.
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• Other Cells in the human body include…
Egg- female
Skin Cells
Sperm - Male
• Other Cells in the human body include…
Nerve Cells
Egg- female
Skin Cells
Sperm - Male
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• Other Cells in the human body include…
Nerve Cells
Egg- female
Skin Cells
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• Other Cells in the human body include…
Nerve Cells
Fat Cells
Egg- female
Skin Cells
Sperm - Male
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• Other Cells in the human body include…
Nerve Cells
Fat Cells
Sex Cells
Skin Cells
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• Other Cells in the human body include…
Nerve Cells
Fat Cells
Sex Cells
Egg- female
Skin Cells
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• Other Cells in the human body include…
Nerve Cells
Fat Cells
Sex Cells
Egg- female
Skin Cells
Sperm - Male
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• Other Cells in the human body include…
Nerve Cells
Liver Cell
Fat Cells
Sex Cells
Egg- female
Skin Cells
Sperm - Male
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• Other Cells in the human body include…
Nerve Cells
Liver Cell
Fat Cells
100’s of more cell types
Sex Cells
Learn more…
http://www.hpacultures.org.uk/products/celllines/primar
ycells/humanprimarycellsbycelltype.aspx
Egg- female
Skin Cells
Sperm - Male
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• Many cells make a tissue.
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Tissue: A group of similar cells that
perform the same function.
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• Some common muscle tissue in the
human body include…
• Muscle Tissue: Can contract / shorten.
Smooth
Muscle
Tissue
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• Some common muscle tissue in the
human body include…
• Muscle Tissue: Can contract / shorten.
Smooth
Muscle
Tissue
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• Some common muscle tissue in the
human body include…
• Muscle Tissue: Can contract / shorten.
Smooth
Muscle
Tissue
Skeletal
Muscle
Cardiac
Muscle
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• Some common muscle tissue in the
human body include…
• Muscle Tissue: Can contract / shorten.
Smooth
Muscle
Tissue
Skeletal
Muscle
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• Some common muscle tissue in the
human body include…
• Muscle Tissue: Can contract / shorten.
Smooth
Muscle
Tissue
Skeletal
Muscle
Cardiac
Muscle
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• Some common muscle tissue in the
human body include…
• Muscle Tissue: Can contract / shorten.
Smooth
Muscle
Tissue
Skeletal
Muscle
Cardiac
Muscle
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• Some common connective tissues in the
human body include…
Bone
Tissue
Cartilage
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• Some common connective tissues in the
human body include…
Bone
Tissue
Cartilage
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• Some common connective tissues in the
human body include…
Bone
Tissue
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• Some common connective tissues in the
human body include…
Bone
Tissue
Cartilage
Fibrous
Connective
Tissue
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• Some common connective tissues in the
human body include…
Bone
Tissue
Cartilage
Fibrous
Connective
Tissue
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• Some common connective tissues in the
human body include…
Bone
Tissue
Adipose –
Fat Tissue
Fibrous
Connective
Tissue
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• Some common connective tissues in the
human body include…
Bone
Tissue
Adipose –
Fat Tissue
Fibrous
Blood
Connective
Tissue
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• Some common connective tissues in the
human body include…
Bone
Tissue
Adipose –
Fat Tissue
Fibrous
Blood
Connective
Tissue
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• Some common connective tissues in the
human body include…
Bone
Tissue
Adipose –
Fat Tissue
Fibrous
Blood
Connective
Tissue
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• Some common connective tissues in the
human body include…
Bone
Tissue
Adipose
Cartilage
–
Fat Tissue
Fibrous
Blood
Connective
Tissue
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• Some common connective tissues in the
human body include…
Bone
Tissue
Adipose
Cartilage
–
Fat Tissue
Fibrous
Blood
Connective
Tissue
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• Some common nervous tissues in the
human body include…
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• Some common nervous tissues in the
human body include…
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• Some common nervous tissues in the
human body include…
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• Some common nervous tissues in the
human body include…
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• Activity! Record the time in seconds that it
takes for your nerves to sense the mystery
item that will be dropped into your hand.
– Don’t tell anyone what it is / say aloud.
• In some cases, the signal must travel up your arm
to your brain. The reaction in your muscles comes
after the brain has recognized the object.
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• The nerve cells can send messages
incredibly fast. Your reaction was almost
instantaneous.
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• Some common nervous tissues in the
human body include…
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• Some common epithelial tissues in the
human body include…
Simple
Stratified
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• Some common epithelial tissues in the
human body include…
Simple
Stratified
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• Some common epithelial tissues in the
human body include…
Simple
Stratified
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• Some common epithelial tissues in the
human body include…
Simple
Intestines Blue Whale
Stratified
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• Some common epithelial tissues in the
human body include…
Simple
Intestines Blue Whale
Stratified
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• Some common epithelial tissues in the
human body include…
Simple
Stratified
Intestines Blue Whale
Skin
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• Video Link! (Optional) Specialized Cells
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8uXewS9dJU
Learn more about animal tissues at…
http://faculty.clintoncc.suny.edu/faculty/michael.gregory/files/bio%20102/bio
%20102%20lectures/Animal%20cells%20and%20tissues/Animal%20Tissue
s.htm or http://www.siumed.edu/~dking2/intro/4basic.htm
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• What were the four types of tissues?
– A.) Cellular, Skin, Bone, and Neck Tissues.
– B.) Sac, Layered, Elongated, and Heightened
Tissues.
– C.) Intestinal, Brain, Heart, and Lung Tissue.
– D.) Connective, Muscle, Epithelial, and
Nervous Tissues.
• What were the four types of tissues?
– A.) Cellular, Skin, Bone, and Neck Tissues.
– B.) Sac, Layered, Elongated, and Heightened
Tissues.
– C.) Intestinal, Brain, Heart, and Lung Tissue.
– D.) Connective, Muscle, Epithelial, and
Nervous Tissues.
• What were the four types of tissues?
– A.) Cellular, Skin, Bone, and Neck Tissues.
– B.) Sac, Layered, Elongated, and Heightened
Tissues.
– C.) Intestinal, Brain, Heart, and Lung Tissue.
– D.) Connective, Muscle, Epithelial, and
Nervous Tissues.
• What were the four types of tissues?
– A.) Cellular, Skin, Bone, and Neck Tissues.
– B.) Sac, Layered, Elongated, and Heightened
Tissues.
– C.) Intestinal, Brain, Heart, and Lung Tissue.
– D.) Connective, Muscle, Epithelial, and
Nervous Tissues.
• What were the four types of tissues?
– A.) Cellular, Skin, Bone, and Neck Tissues.
– B.) Sac, Layered, Elongated, and Heightened
Tissues.
– C.) Intestinal, Brain, Heart, and Lung Tissue.
– D.) Connective, Muscle, Epithelial, and
Nervous Tissues.
• What were the four types of tissues?
– A.) Cellular, Skin, Bone, and Neck Tissues.
– B.) Sac, Layered, Elongated, and Heightened
Tissues.
– C.) Intestinal, Brain, Heart, and Lung Tissue.
– D.) Connective, Muscle, Epithelial, and
Nervous Tissues.
• A group of tissue makes an organ.
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
Organ: A group of different tissues with a
specific job
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Adrenal gland
Appendix
Bladder
Brain
Ear
Esophagus
Eye
Gall bladder
Heart
Kidney
Large intestine
Liver
Lung
Mouth
Muscle
Nose
Pancreas
Parathyroid
gland
Pineal gland
Pituitary gland
Skin
Small intestine
Spleen
Stomach
Thymus
Thyroid gland
Trachea
Uterus
Vermiform
appendix
If completely stuck feel
free to use a human
body part like “Thumb”
or “Elbow”.
Adrenal gland
Appendix
Bladder
Brain
Ear
Esophagus
Eye
Gall bladder
Heart
Kidney
Large intestine
Liver
Lung
Mouth
Muscle
Nose
Pancreas
Parathyroid
gland
Pineal gland
Pituitary gland
Skin
Small intestine
Spleen
Stomach
Thymus
Thyroid gland
Trachea
Uterus
Vermiform
appendix
• Video! (Optional) Human Organ Trafficking
– Caution! Your organs are extremely valuable to
you and others.
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYprLPJSxQg
– Tales from the Organ Trade Trailer
• (Just raises concern)
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLjDXwmzhI4
• News cast of organ trade
Read more about human organ trafficking at…
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/may/27/kidney-trade-illegaloperations-who
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• Many organs make an organ system.
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
Organ System: A group of organs that
work together to perform a specific job.
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
Organ System: A group of organs that
work together to perform a specific job.
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Take a tour of the body systems and learn more at…
http://www.innerbody.com/
• Many organs make an organ system.
Circulatory system
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• Many organs make an organ system.
Circulatory system
Heart
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• Many organs make an organ system.
Circulatory system
Heart
Blood vessels
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• Many organs make an organ system.
Circulatory system
Heart
Blood vessels
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• A group of organ systems make an individual.
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• A group of organ systems make an individual.
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• A group of organ systems make an individual.
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• A group of organ systems make an individual.
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• Part I Available Sheet for Classwork
– Levels of Biological Organization.
• Quiz 1-10. Levels of Biological Organization.
– Word Bank: Is it a cell, tissue, organ, organ
system, or individual.
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• Bonus: Name the movie that shows this
organ (heart)?
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• Answers to Quiz Wiz 1-10.
• Cell, Tissue, Organ, Organ System, Individual.
• Bonus: Name the movie that shows this
organ (heart)?
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• Answer: Indiana Jones and the Temple of
Doom (1984).
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• Part I Available Sheet for Classwork
– Levels of Biological Organization.
• What are these pictures of?
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• Answer: Infrared Images (Heat)
• Answer: Infrared Images (Heat)
Cooler
• Answer: Infrared Images (Heat)
Warmest
Cooler
• Answer: Infrared Images (Heat)
Warmest
Cooler
?
• Is this a pose? Or is this normal behavior?
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• Answer: Pose because humans must
maintain a homeostasis with their
environment to survive.
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• Answer: Pose because humans must
maintain a homeostasis with their
environment to survive.
– They wouldn’t last very long in that cold.
• Humans as well as all animals need to
maintain a homeostasis with their
environment.
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• Humans as well as all animals need to
maintain a homeostasis with their
environment.
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• Humans as well as all animals need to
maintain a homeostasis with their
environment.
“It’s gross but
it keeps my
body in
homeostasis.”
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
Homeostasis: The ability of an organism or
cell to maintain balance.
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
Homeostasis: The ability of an organism or
cell to maintain balance.
 Regardless
of outside conditions.
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
Homeostasis: The ability of an organism or
cell to maintain balance.
 Regardless
of outside conditions.
Your body will react to changing
temperatures such as goose bumps which
cause hair to stand straight up and creates
more insulation.
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• What day of the year is this?
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• Halloween, October 31st
• Your body must also maintain a
homeostasis with all of the sugar and
foods you put into your body.
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• Your body must also maintain a
homeostasis with all of the sugar and
foods you put into your body.
– Your blood must maintain a constant level of
sugar.
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• Homeostasis Available Sheet
• Caution! The following activity will require
some physical exertion.
– If you have a medical condition please alert
teacher.
– Make sure you have a safe area to conduct
activity.
Some moderate physical
exertion is required as
well as a safe place.
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• Activity! Homeostasis.
• Everyone needs to record pulse for 15
seconds and record number in journal.
– Practice a few times before we begin.
– Don’t use your thumb, use your fingers.
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• Make a prediction about what your pulse
rate would be after 1 minute of exercise,
and then again after 5 minutes of
exercise.
1 minute?
5 minutes?
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• Optional: Students can record skin
temperature as well.
– Record a resting temp (baseline).
– After one minute of exercise.
– After 5 minutes of exercise.
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• Optional: Students can record skin
temperature as well.
– Record a resting temp (baseline).
– After one minute of exercise.
– After 5 minutes of exercise.
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• Optional: Students can record skin
temperature as well.
– Record a resting temp (baseline).
– After one minute of exercise.
– After 5 minutes of exercise.
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• Please record the following spreadsheet into your journal. – Have
some good music ready! Or 80’s classic dance music (3:50) at..
• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFWDGTVYqE8
Duration
Pulse Rate 15 sec. x 4
and temperature
Resting (Baseline data)
1 minute of jog in place /
jumping jacks
-Rest in between and get
pulse rate back to baseline
3-5 minutes of jog in place /
jumping jacks
How long after the 5 minute drill does it take for your pulse to
reach its resting / base line?
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• Questions:
#1.) What was the increase in pulse rate from
resting (baseline) to the 5 minutes of
exercise?
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline
to the 3-5 minutes of exercise?
#3) Describe the changes your body went
through from the start of this activity until the
end? Think Homeostasis.
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• Questions:
#1.) What was the increase in pulse rate from
resting (baseline) to the 5 minutes of
exercise?
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline
to the 3-5 minutes of exercise?
#3) Describe the changes your body went
through from the start of this activity until the
end? Think Homeostasis.
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• Questions:
#1.) What was the increase in pulse rate from
resting (baseline) to the 5 minutes of
exercise?
Answer: Answers will vary, but the data should
show an increase in heart rate.
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• Questions:
#1.) What was the increase in pulse rate from
resting (baseline) to the 5 minutes of
exercise?
Answer: Answers will vary, but the data should
show an increase in heart rate. Your body
needs more oxygenated blood to break down
sugar to run your muscles, thus an increase in
breathing rate / pulse should occur.
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• Questions:
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline
to the 5 minutes of exercise?
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• Questions:
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline
to the 5 minutes of exercise?
Answer: Answers will vary but you should notice
a very slight increase in temperature.
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• Questions:
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline
to the 5 minutes of exercise?
Answer: Answers will vary but you should notice
a very slight increase in temperature.
Important note: Your
temperature increased only
slightly. Your temperature
did not increase in the same
way your pulse did.
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• Questions:
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline
to the 5 minutes of exercise?
Answer: Answers will vary but you should notice
a very slight increase in temperature.
Important note: Your
temperature increased only
slightly. Your temperature
did not increase in the same
way your pulse did.
If it did,
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• Questions:
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline
to the 5 minutes of exercise?
Answer: Answers will vary but you should notice
a very slight increase in temperature.
Important note: Your
temperature increased only
slightly. Your temperature
did not increase in the same
way your pulse did.
If it did, you would be dead.
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• Questions:
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline
to the 5 minutes of exercise?
Answer: Answers will vary but you should notice
a very slight increase in temperature. Your
muscles are machines and when they are
used they produce heat.
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• Questions:
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline
to the 5 minutes of exercise?
Answer: Answers will vary but you should notice
a very slight increase in temperature. Your
muscles are machines and when they are
used they produce heat. This heat transfers to
the blood which is circulated throughout the
body by the heart.
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• Questions:
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline
to the 5 minutes of exercise?
Answer: Answers will vary but you should notice
a very slight increase in temperature. Your
muscles are machines and when they are
used they produce heat. This heat transfers to
the blood which is circulated throughout the
body by the heart.
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• Questions:
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline
to the 5 minutes of exercise?
Answer: Answers will vary but you should notice
a very slight increase in temperature. Your
muscles are machines and when they are
used they produce heat. This heat transfers to
the blood which is circulated throughout the
body by the heart.
Close eyes now if you do not want to view.
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• Questions:
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline
to the 5 minutes of exercise?
Answer: Answers will vary but you should notice
a very slight increase in temperature. Your
muscles are machines and when they are
used they produce heat. This heat transfers to
the blood which is circulated throughout the
body by the heart.
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• Questions:
#3) Describe the changes your body went
through from the start of this activity until the
end? Think Homeostasis.
“I didn’t notice any
changes.”
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• Questions:
#3) Describe the changes your body went
through from the start of this activity until the
end? Think Homeostasis.
Answer: Your body needs to maintain a
homeostasis with the environment.
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• Questions:
#3) Describe the changes your body went
through from the start of this activity until the
end? Think Homeostasis.
Answer: Your body needs to maintain a
homeostasis with the environment. As you
exercised, you needed more oxygen so your
pulse increased.
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• Questions:
#3) Describe the changes your body went
through from the start of this activity until the
end? Think Homeostasis.
Answer: Your body needs to maintain a
homeostasis with the environment. As you
exercised, you needed more oxygen so your
pulse increased. At the same time you
needed to cool down so increased blood
traveled to the skin and stimulated sweat
glands.
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• Questions:
#3) Describe the changes your body went
through from the start of this activity until the
end? Think Homeostasis.
Answer: Your body needs to maintain a
homeostasis with the environment. As you
exercised, you needed more oxygen so your
pulse increased. At the same time you
needed to cool down so increased blood
traveled to the skin and stimulated sweat
glands. Sweat cools the body as it
evaporates.
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• Optional PowerPoint (Homeostasis)
– Hyper and Hypothermia found in activities folder.
Learn more and read about examples of homeostasis in the human body by
visiting… http://www.brighthub.com/science/medical/articles/112024.aspx
• You can now complete the homeostasis
question.
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• You can now complete the homeostasis
question.
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• Try and guess the mystery picture beneath
the boxes.
– Raise your hand when you think you know.
You only get one guess.
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• Try Again! Try to guess the mystery
picture beneath the boxes.
– Raise your hand when you think you know.
You only get one guess.
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“Check out this
homeostasis.” “The heart
increases blood flow to
meet my metabolic
needs.”
• Try Again! Try to guess the mystery
picture beneath the boxes.
– Raise your hand when you think you know.
You only get one guess.
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“I’m Jimmy Carter, the
39th President of the
United States.” “Don’t
forget your levels of
biological organization.”
“Great work with Part I.”
• 10 Question End of Part I Graded Quiz.
• This is the concept that parts of the body are
shaped to perform a particular job.
• A.) Life, Liberty, Happiness
• B.) Cells, Organs, Organ Systems
• C.) Form Follows Function
• D.) Homeostasis vs. Structure
• E.) When tissues perform a specific job.
• This is the concept that parts of the body are
shaped to perform a particular job.
• A.) Life, Liberty, Happiness
• B.) Cells, Organs, Organ Systems
• C.) Form Follows Function
• D.) Homeostasis vs. Structure
• E.) When tissues perform a specific job.
• This is the concept that parts of the body are
shaped to perform a particular job.
• A.) Life, Liberty, Happiness
• B.) Cells, Organs, Organ Systems
• C.) Form Follows Function
• D.) Homeostasis vs. Structure
• E.) When tissues perform a specific job.
• This is the concept that parts of the body are
shaped to perform a particular job.
• A.) Life, Liberty, Happiness
• B.) Cells, Organs, Organ Systems
• C.) Form Follows Function
• D.) Homeostasis vs. Structure
• E.) When tissues perform a specific job.
• This is the concept that parts of the body are
shaped to perform a particular job.
• A.) Life, Liberty, Happiness
• B.) Cells, Organs, Organ Systems
• C.) Form Follows Function
• D.) Homeostasis vs. Structure
• E.) When tissues perform a specific job.
• This is the concept that parts of the body are
shaped to perform a particular job.
• A.) Life, Liberty, Happiness
• B.) Cells, Organs, Organ Systems
• C.) Form Follows Function
• D.) Homeostasis vs. Structure
• E.) When tissues perform a specific job.
• Which of the following is the correct order
for the levels of biological organization.
• A.) Cell Cellular Organelle  Tissue  Organ System
 Organ  Organism
• B.) Tissue  Cell  Cell Organelle  Organism 
Organ System  Organ
• C.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ
System  Organ  Organism
• D.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ 
Organ System  Organism
• E.) None of the above.
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• Which of the following is the correct order
for the levels of biological organization.
• A.) Cell Cellular Organelle  Tissue  Organ System
 Organ  Organism
• B.) Tissue  Cell  Cell Organelle  Organism 
Organ System  Organ
• C.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ
System  Organ  Organism
• D.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ 
Organ System  Organism
• E.) None of the above.
1
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• Which of the following is the correct order
for the levels of biological organization.
• A.) Cell Cellular Organelle  Tissue  Organ System
 Organ  Organism
• B.) Tissue  Cell  Cell Organelle  Organism 
Organ System  Organ
• C.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ
System  Organ  Organism
• D.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ 
Organ System  Organism
• E.) None of the above.
1
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• Which of the following is the correct order
for the levels of biological organization.
• A.) Cell Cellular Organelle  Tissue  Organ System
 Organ  Organism
• B.) Tissue  Cell  Cell Organelle  Organism 
Organ System  Organ
• C.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ
System  Organ  Organism
• D.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ 
Organ System  Organism
• E.) None of the above.
1
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• Which of the following is the correct order
for the levels of biological organization.
• A.) Cell Cellular Organelle  Tissue  Organ System
 Organ  Organism
• B.) Tissue  Cell  Cell Organelle  Organism 
Organ System  Organ
• C.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ
System  Organ  Organism
• D.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ 
Organ System  Organism
• E.) None of the above.
1
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• Which of the following is the correct order
for the levels of biological organization.
• A.) Cell Cellular Organelle  Tissue  Organ System
 Organ  Organism
• B.) Tissue  Cell  Cell Organelle  Organism 
Organ System  Organ
• C.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ
System  Organ  Organism
• D.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ 
Organ System  Organism
• E.) None of the above.
1
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• Which is a plant cell, and which is an
animal cell?
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The body is composed of about…
A.) 100 Cells
B.) 1000 Cells
C.) 10,000 Cells
D.) 100,000 Cells
E.) 1,000,000 Cells
F.) 100,000,000,000,000 Cells
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The body is composed of about…
A.) 300 Cells
B.) 3,000 Cells
C.) 30,000 Cells
D.) 300,000 Cells
E.) 3,000,000 Cells
F.) 30,000,000,000,000 Cells
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• These are absorbing cells such as those in
your intestines that aid in digestion.
• A.) Connective Cells
• B.) Assembly Cells
• C.) Movement Cells
• D.) Nervous Cells
• E.) Absorbing Cells
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• These are absorbing cells such as those in
your intestines that aid in digestion.
• A.) Connective Cells
• B.) Assembly Cells
• C.) Movement Cells
• D.) Nervous Cells
• E.) Absorbing Cells
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• These type of tissues can contract / shorten?
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• The picture below best represents…
– A.) Cellular Organelles
– B.) Cells
– C.) Tissues
– D.) Organs
– E.) None of the Above
3
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• The picture below best represents…
– A.) Cellular Organelles
– B.) Cells
– C.) Tissues
– D.) Organs
– E.) None of the Above
3
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• The picture below best represents…
– A.) Cellular Organelles
– B.) Cells
– C.) Tissues
– D.) Organs
– E.) None of the Above
3
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• The picture below best represents…
– A.) Cellular Organelles
– B.) Cells
– C.) Tissues
– D.) Organs
– E.) None of the Above
3
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• The picture below best represents…
– A.) Cellular Organelles
– B.) Cells
– C.) Tissues
– D.) Organs
– E.) None of the Above
3
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• The picture below best represents…
– A.) Cellular Organelles
– B.) Cells
– C.) Tissues
– D.) Organs
– E.) None of the Above
3
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• This is the ability of an organism or cell to
maintain an internal equilibrium regardless of
outside conditions.
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• Which of the following represents the three
pictures below.
– A) Cell, Tissue, Organ
– B.) Tissue, Organ, Organ System
– C.) Organ, Organ System, Organisms
– D.) Tissue, Organ, Cell, Atom, Molecule
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Which of the following represents the three
pictures below.
– A) Cell, Tissue, Organ
– B.) Tissue, Organ, Organ System
– C.) Organ, Organ System, Organisms
– D.) Tissue, Organ, Cell, Atom, Molecule
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Which of the following represents the three
pictures below.
– A) Cell, Tissue, Organ
– B.) Tissue, Organ, Organ System
– C.) Organ, Organ System, Organisms
– D.) Tissue, Organ, Cell, Atom, Molecule
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Which of the following represents the three
pictures below.
– A) Cell, Tissue, Organ
– B.) Tissue, Organ, Organ System
– C.) Organ, Organ System, Organisms
– D.) Tissue, Organ, Cell, Atom, Molecule
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Which of the following represents the three
pictures below.
– A) Cell, Tissue, Organ
– B.) Tissue, Organ, Organ System
– C.) Organ, Organ System, Organisms
– D.) Tissue, Organ, Cell, Atom, Molecule
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Bonus: Name this movie?
• Please grade quiz. 1-10 (10 points each)
– Bonus = 5 points.
• This is the concept that parts of the body are
shaped to perform a particular job.
• A.) Life, Liberty, Happiness
• B.) Cells, Organs, Organ Systems
• C.) Form Follows Function
• D.) Homeostasis vs. Structure
• E.) When tissues perform a specific job.
• This is the concept that parts of the body are
shaped to perform a particular job.
• A.) Life, Liberty, Happiness
• B.) Cells, Organs, Organ Systems
• C.) Form Follows Function
• D.) Homeostasis vs. Structure
• E.) When tissues perform a specific job.
• This is the concept that parts of the body are
shaped to perform a particular job.
• A.) Life, Liberty, Happiness
• B.) Cells, Organs, Organ Systems
• C.) Form Follows Function
• D.) Homeostasis vs. Structure
• E.) When tissues perform a specific job.
• This is the concept that parts of the body are
shaped to perform a particular job.
• A.) Life, Liberty, Happiness
• B.) Cells, Organs, Organ Systems
• C.) Form Follows Function
• D.) Homeostasis vs. Structure
• E.) When tissues perform a specific job.
• Which of the following is the correct order
for the levels of biological organization.
• A.) Cell Cellular Organelle  Tissue  Organ System
 Organ  Organism
• B.) Tissue  Cell  Cell Organelle  Organism 
Organ System  Organ
• C.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ
System  Organ  Organism
• D.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ 
Organ System  Organism
• E.) None of the above.
1
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• Which of the following is the correct order
for the levels of biological organization.
• A.) Cell Cellular Organelle  Tissue  Organ System
 Organ  Organism
• B.) Tissue  Cell  Cell Organelle  Organism 
Organ System  Organ
• C.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ
System  Organ  Organism
• D.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ 
Organ System  Organism
• E.) None of the above.
1
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Which of the following is the correct order
for the levels of biological organization.
• A.) Cell Cellular Organelle  Tissue  Organ System
 Organ  Organism
• B.) Tissue  Cell  Cell Organelle  Organism 
Organ System  Organ
• C.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ
System  Organ  Organism
• D.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ 
Organ System  Organism
• E.) None of the above.
1
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• Which of the following is the correct order
for the levels of biological organization.
• A.) Cell Cellular Organelle  Tissue  Organ System
 Organ  Organism
• B.) Tissue  Cell  Cell Organelle  Organism 
Organ System  Organ
• C.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ
System  Organ  Organism
• D.) Cellular Organelle  Cell  Tissue  Organ 
Organ System  Organism
• E.) None of the above.
1
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• Which is a plant cell, and which is an
animal cell?
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Which is a plant cell, and which is an
animal cell?
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Which is a plant cell, and which is an
animal cell?
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Which is a plant cell, and which is an
animal cell?
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Which is a plant cell, and which is an
animal cell?
2
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The body is composed of about…
A.) 100 Cells
B.) 1000 Cells
C.) 10,000 Cells
D.) 100,000 Cells
E.) 1,000,000 Cells
F.) 100,000,000,000,000 Cells
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The body is composed of about…
A.) 300 Cells
B.) 3,000 Cells
C.) 30,000 Cells
D.) 300,000 Cells
E.) 3,000,000 Cells
F.) 30,000,000,000,000 Cells
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The body is composed of about…
A.) 300 Cells
B.) 3,000 Cells
C.) 30,000 Cells
D.) 300,000 Cells
E.) 3,000,000 Cells
F.) 30,000,000,000,000 Cells
Estimation
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• These are absorbing cells such as those in
your intestines that aid in digestion.
• A.) Connective Cells
• B.) Assembly Cells
• C.) Movement Cells
• D.) Nervous Cells
• E.) Absorbing Cells
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• These are absorbing cells such as those in
your intestines that aid in digestion.
• A.) Connective Cells
• B.) Assembly Cells
• C.) Movement Cells
• D.) Nervous Cells
• E.) Absorbing Cells
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• These are absorbing cells such as those in
your intestines that aid in digestion.
• A.) Connective Cells
• B.) Assembly Cells
• C.) Movement Cells
• D.) Nervous Cells
• E.) Absorbing Cells
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• These are absorbing cells such as those in
your intestines that aid in digestion.
• A.) Connective Cells
• B.) Assembly Cells
• C.) Movement Cells
• D.) Nervous Cells
• E.) Absorbing Cells
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• These type of tissues can contract / shorten?
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• These type of tissues can contract / shorten?
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• These type of tissues can contract / shorten?
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• These type of tissues can contract / shorten?
Smooth Muscle Tissue
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
Cardiac Muscle Tissue
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• The picture below best represents…
– A.) Cellular Organelles
– B.) Cells
– C.) Tissues
– D.) Organs
– E.) None of the Above
3
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• The picture below best represents…
– A.) Cellular Organelles
– B.) Cells
– C.) Tissues
– D.) Organs
– E.) None of the Above
3
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• The picture below best represents…
– A.) Cellular Organelles
– B.) Cells
– C.) Tissues
– D.) Organs
– E.) None of the Above
3
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• The picture below best represents…
– A.) Cellular Organelles
– B.) Cells
– C.) Tissues
– D.) Organs
– E.) None of the Above
3
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• This is the ability of an organism or cell to
maintain an internal equilibrium regardless of
outside conditions.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• This is the ability of an organism or cell to
maintain an internal equilibrium regardless of
outside conditions.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• This is the ability of an organism or cell to
maintain an internal equilibrium regardless of
outside conditions.
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Which of the following represents the three
pictures below.
– A) Cell, Tissue, Organ
– B.) Tissue, Organ, Organ System
– C.) Organ, Organ System, Organisms
– D.) Tissue, Organ, Cell, Atom, Molecule
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Which of the following represents the three
pictures below.
– A) Cell, Tissue, Organ
– B.) Tissue, Organ, Organ System
– C.) Organ, Organ System, Organisms
– D.) Tissue, Organ, Cell, Atom, Molecule
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Which of the following represents the three
pictures below.
– A) Cell, Tissue, Organ
– B.) Tissue, Organ, Organ System
– C.) Organ, Organ System, Organisms
– D.) Tissue, Organ, Cell, Atom, Molecule
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Which of the following represents the three
pictures below.
– A) Cell, Tissue, Organ
– B.) Tissue, Organ, Organ System
– C.) Organ, Organ System, Organisms
– D.) Tissue, Organ, Cell, Atom, Molecule
Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy
• Bonus: Name this movie?
• Bonus: Name this movie?
• Bonus: Name this movie?
• Please grade quiz. 1-10 (10 points each)
– Bonus = 5 points.
• “AYE” Advance Your Exploration ELA and
Literacy Opportunity Worksheet
– Visit some of the many provided links or..
– Articles can be found at (w/ membership to
NABT and NSTA)
• http://www.nabt.org/websites/institution/index.php?p=
1
• http://learningcenter.nsta.org/browse_journals.aspx?j
Please visit at least one of the
ournal=tst
“learn more” educational links
provided in this unit and
complete this worksheet.
• “AYE” Advance Your Exploration ELA and
Literacy Opportunity Worksheet
– Visit some of the many provided links or..
– Articles can be found at (w/ membership to NABT
and NSTA)
• http://www.nabt.org/websites/institution/index.php?p=1
• http://learningcenter.nsta.org/browse_journals.aspx?jo
urnal=tst
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In order of appearance. Note: In text citations not present in slideshow. Part I
Part I (Levels of Biological Organization)
. (n.d.). Nature.com. Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
http://www.nature.com/scitable/topicpage/biological-complexity-and-integrative-levels-oforganization-468
. (n.d.). . Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
https://bayo2pisay.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/handout-levels-of-biologicalorganization.pdf
. (n.d.). . Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
https://www.google.com/search?q=form+follows+function&ie=utf-8&oe=utf8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefoxa&channel=np&source=hp#channel=np&q=form+follows+function+biology&rls=org.mozilla:
en-US:official
Organization of the Human Body. (n.d.). ( Read ). Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
http://www.ck12.org/biology/Organization-of-the-HumanBody/lesson/user:bWpvbmVzMzk4QHRhbXBhYmF5LnJyLmNvbQ../Organization-of-theHuman-Body/
Plant Cell vs. Animal Cell. (n.d.). Plant Cell vs Animal Cell. Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
http://www.diffen.com/difference/Animal_Cell_vs_Plant_Cell
Culture Collections. (n.d.). Culture Collections. Retrieved July 3, 2014, from http://www.pheculturecollections.org.uk/products/celllines/primarycells/humanprimarycellsbycelltype.aspx
. (n.d.). . Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
http://faculty.clintoncc.suny.edu/faculty/michael.gregory/files/bio%20102/bio%20102%20lec
tures/Animal%20cells%20and%20tissues/Animal%20Tissues.htm
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. (n.d.). . Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
http://faculty.clintoncc.suny.edu/faculty/michael.gregory/files/bio%20102/bio%20102%20lec
tures/Animal%20cells%20and%20tissues/Animal%20Tissues.htm
Basic Tissue Types. (n.d.). SIU SOM Histology INTRO. Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
http://www.siumed.edu/~dking2/intro/4basic.htm
Campbell, D., & Davison, N. (2012, May 28). Illegal kidney trade booms as new organ is
'sold every hour'. The Guardian. Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/may/27/kidney-trade-illegal-operations-who
5 Common Examples of Homeostasis in the Human Body. (n.d.). Bright Hub. Retrieved
July 3, 2014, from http://www.brighthub.com/science/medical/articles/112024.asp
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Part II (Skeletal System)
Skeletal System. (n.d.). InnerBody. Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
http://www.innerbody.com/image/skelfov.html
SKELETONS INSIDE AND OUT. (n.d.). Biology4Kids.com: Animal Systems: Skeletal
System. Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
http://www.biology4kids.com/files/systems_skeletal.html
Skeletal System: Anatomy and Physiology | Skeleton Anatomy | Quizzes. (n.d.). Skeletal
System: Anatomy and Physiology | Skeleton Anatomy | Quizzes. Retrieved July 3, 2014,
from http://www.getbodysmart.com/ap/skeletalsystem/skeleton/menu/menu.html
. (n.d.). . Retrieved July 3, 2014, from http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/topic.cfm?topic=a00425
Block, M. (n.d.). Sidelined By Brain Injury, Ex-NFL Player Copes With 'Desperation'. NPR.
Retrieved July 3, 2014, from http://www.npr.org/2014/01/31/269422083/sidelined-by-braininjury-ex-nfl-player-copes-with-desperation
. (n.d.). NPR. Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=269422083&
m=269529730
. (n.d.). . Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
http://www.nytimes.com/health/guides/disease/osteoporosis/
The Virtual Body. (n.d.). - MEDtropolis. Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
http://medtropolis.com/virtual-body/
Skeleton Halloween Craft - Enchanted Learning Software. (n.d.). Skeleton Halloween Craft
- Enchanted Learning Software. Retrieved July 3, 2014, from
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/crafts/halloween/bones
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Skeletal System. (n.d.). InnerBody. Retrieved July 3, 2014, from Human Body Systems |
Human Organ Systems. (n.d.). Human Body Systems | Human Organ Systems. Retrieved
July 3, 2014, from http://www.getbodysmart.com/ap2/systems/tutorial.html
Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation (RICE)-Topic Overview. (n.d.). WebMD. Retrieved
July 3, 2014, from http://www.webmd.com/first-aid/tc/rest-ice-compression-and-elevationrice-topic-overview
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Part III (Muscular System)
Muscular System. (n.d.). InnerBody. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.innerbody.com/image/musfov.html
Muscular. (n.d.). System Anatomy, Diagram & Function. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.healthline.com/human-body-maps/muscular-system
MUSCULAR SYSTEM - MEAT ON THE BONES. (n.d.). Biology4Kids.com: Animal
Systems: Muscular System. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.biology4kids.com/files/systems_muscular.html
Muscular System. (n.d.). bozemanscience. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.bozemanscience.com/muscular-system/
Muscle tissues. (n.d.). Muscle tissue. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.botany.uwc.ac.za/sci_ed/grade10/mammal/muscle.htm
Skeletal Muscle Fibers | Muscle Fibers | Anatomy | Location. (n.d.). Skeletal Muscle Fibers |
Muscle Fibers | Anatomy | Location. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.getbodysmart.com/ap/muscletissue/fibers/menu/menu.html
Anatomy Tutorial. (n.d.). Anatomy Tutorial. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.gwc.maricopa.edu/class/bio201/muscle/mustut.htm
Muscular System. (n.d.). InnerBody. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.innerbody.com/image/musfov.html
. (n.d.). BBC News. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/body/index_interactivebody.shtml
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Part IV (Nutrients of Life)
. (n.d.). . Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.mrgraba.net/uploads/8/2/6/3/8263952/bio3amoleculeslab.pdf
CHNOPS: Six Ingredients of Life | RCScience. (n.d.). CHNOPS: Six Ingredients of Life.
Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.realclearscience.com/2011/02/03/chnops_six_ingredients_of_life_239629.html
Types of Fats-Topic Overview. (0000, August 30). WebMD. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.webmd.com/food-recipes/tc/types-of-fats-topic-overview
Chemistry Tutorial. (n.d.). Chemistry Tutorial. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.biology.arizona.edu/biochemistry/tutorials/chemistry/page1.html
Carbohydrates. (2012, December 11). Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Retrieved July 4, 2014, from http://www.cdc.gov/nutrition/everyone/basics/carbs.html
Role of proteins in the body. (n.d.). Science Learning Hub RSS. Retrieved July 4, 2014,
from http://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/Contexts/Uniquely-Me/Science-Ideas-andConcepts/Role-of-proteins-in-the-body
Fitness. (n.d.). Performance-enhancing drugs: Know the risks. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-living/fitness/in-depth/performance-enhancing-drugs/art20046134
U.S. Food and Drug Administration. (n.d.). How to Understand and Use the Nutrition Facts
Label. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.fda.gov/food/ingredientspackaginglabeling/labelingnutrition/ucm274593.htm
Many Forms of Lipids. (n.d.). Chem4Kids.com: Biochemistry: Lipids. Retrieved July 4,
2014, from http://www.chem4kids.com/files/bio_lipids.html
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Role of proteins in the body. (n.d.). Science Learning Hub RSS. Retrieved July 4, 2014,
from http://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/Contexts/Uniquely-Me/Science-Ideas-andConcepts/Role-of-proteins-in-the-body
DrugFacts: Anabolic Steroids. (n.d.). National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). Retrieved
July 4, 2014, from http://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/anabolic-steroids
Trans Fats. (n.d.). Trans Fats. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/GettingHealthy/FatsAndOils/Fats101/TransFats_UCM_301120_Article.jsp
Green, J., & Shah, D. (2013, April 24). DNA: the 'smartest' molecule in existence?. BBC
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Phillips, B., & health, t. (n.d.). Top 9 Scary Food Additives. ABC News. Retrieved July 4,
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Part VI (Digestive System)
Digestive System. (n.d.). InnerBody. Retrieved July 4, 2014, from
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Part VII (Circulatory and Lymphatic Systems)
Durani, Y. (2013, January 1). Heart and Circulatory System. KidsHealth - the Web's most
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Dean, L. (0000, May 18). . Blood and the cells it contains. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from
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Edelson, M. (2014, June 1). Blood Types. KidsHealth - the Web's most visited site about
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Durani, Y. (2012, October 1). Spleen and Lymphatic System. KidsHealth - the Web's most
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Part VIII (Respiratory System, Anti-tobacco)
Respiratory System. (n.d.). InnerBody. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from
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Human Respiratory System and Lungs; How They Work. (n.d.). WebMD. Retrieved July 5,
2014, from http://www.webmd.com/lung/how-we-breathe
Durani, Y. (2012, October 1). Lungs and Respiratory System. KidsHealth - the Web's most
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pulmonary alveolus: alveoli and capillaries in the lungs. (n.d.). Encyclopedia Britannica
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What Is Asthma?. (n.d.). - NHLBI, NIH. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from
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Skin Cancer Foundation. (n.d.). The. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from
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The Dangers of Teens and Tanning Beds. (n.d.). The Dangers of Teens and Tanning Beds.
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Skin Cancer / Melanoma Center: Signs, Treatments, Symptoms, Types, Causes, and
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ABCDE rule for skin cancer. (n.d.). ABCDE rule for skin cancer. Retrieved July 5, 2014,
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Health Effects of Cigarette Smoking. (2014, February 6). Centers for Disease Control and
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Proctor, R. (2006, November 30). Puffing On Polonium. The New York Times. Retrieved
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Part IX Excretory System and Integumentary System
Excretory system. (n.d.). Princeton University. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from
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The Kidneys (Human Anatomy): Picture, Function, Definition, and Conditions. (n.d.).
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New Health Guide. (n.d.). Excretory System Organs. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from
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Feature, S. (n.d.). Urine Color, Odor, and Your Health. WebMD. Retrieved July 5, 2014,
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National Kidney and Urologic DiseasesInformation Clearinghouse (NKUDIC). (n.d.). The
Urinary Tract and How It Works Page. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from
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Cirrhosis of the Liver: Cirrhosis Signs and Stages. (n.d.). MedicineNet. Retrieved July 5,
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Michel, J. (2011, March 1). Dandruff. KidsHealth - the Web's most visited site about
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Integumentary System. (n.d.). InnerBody. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from
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Skin (Integumentary) System Information. (n.d.). Skin (Integumentary) System Information.
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Part X The Nervous System
Nervous System. (n.d.). InnerBody. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from
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Durani, Y. (2012, October 1). Brain and Nervous System. KidsHealth - the Web's most
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NERVOUS SYSTEM - I'M SENSING SOMETHING. (n.d.). Biology4Kids.com: Animal
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Neuroscience For Kids. (n.d.). - cells of the nervous system. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from
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Neurobiology. (n.d.). Life Sciences Outreach at Harvard University: Animations. Retrieved
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Neurons & Synapses - Memory & the Brain - The Human Memory. (n.d.). Neurons &
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Hemispheric Dominance Inventory Test. (n.d.). Hemispheric Dominance Test determine if
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What is a Spinal Cord Injury?. (n.d.). What is a Spinal Cord Injury. Retrieved July 5, 2014,
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Anatomy Of The Eye. (n.d.). Anatomy of the Eye. Learn about the different parts of the
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Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology of the Human Eye. (n.d.). Anatomy, Physiology &
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Concentration Memory Game. (n.d.). Concentration Memory Game. Retrieved July 5, 2014,
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The Sense of Smell. (n.d.). The Sense of Smell. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from
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Dangers & Effects - Inhalant Abuse Prevention. (n.d.). Inhalant Abuse Prevention.
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How the ear works. (n.d.). The Ear, The Human Ear, How Do We Hear, How Does The Ear
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Part XI The Endocrine System
Endocrine System. (n.d.). InnerBody. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from
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Dowshen, S. (2012, March 1). Endocrine System. KidsHealth - the Web's most visited site
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Endocrine System. (n.d.). Endocrine System. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from http://www.amaassn.org/ama/pub/physician-resources/patient-education-materials/atlas-of-humanbody/endocrine-system.page?
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Vranken, M. (2011, January 1). Dealing With Addiction. KidsHealth - the Web's most visited
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Dowshen, S. (2012, April 1). Type 1 Diabetes: What Is It?. KidsHealth - the Web's most
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Dowshen, S. (2012, October 1). All About Puberty. KidsHealth - the Web's most visited site
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Dowshen, S. (2012, October 1). Everything You Wanted to Know About Puberty.
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Part XII The Reproductive System
Female Reproductive System. (n.d.). InnerBody. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from
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Durani, Y. (2013, March 1). Female Reproductive System. KidsHealth - the Web's most
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Animation: How Meiosis Works. (n.d.). Animation: How Meiosis Works. Retrieved July 5,
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What your baby looks like this week. (n.d.). BabyCenter. Retrieved July 5, 2014, from
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Durani, Y. (2012, October 1). Immune System. KidsHealth - the Web's most visited site
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