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  • Standard 2.2 The human body is composed of atoms, molecules, cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems that have specific functions and interactions.

    a. Develop and design a scientific investigation about human body systems.

    b. Develop, communicate, and justify an evidence-based scientific explanation regarding the functions and interactions of the human body.

    c. Gather, analyze, and interpret data and models on the functions and interactions of the human body.

     

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Vocabulary

  • Homeostasis

    Tissue

    Organ

    Organ System

    Human Body

    Organism

    Atom

    Molecule

    Structure

    Systems

    Function

    Interaction

    Skeletal System

         Tibia

         Fibula

         Ulna

         Radius

         Femur

         Pelvic Girdle

         Vertebrae

         Humerus

         Phalanges

         Red Blood Cells

         White Blood Cells

         Bone Marrow

    Muscular System

         Gluteus Maximus

         Bicep

         Triceps

         Deltoid

         Voluntary

         Involuntary

         Ligament

         Tendon

    Cardiovascular/Circulatory System

         Heart

         Vein

         Artery

         Capillaries

         Red Blood Cells

         Oxygenated Blood

    Digestive System

         Mouth

         Epiglottis

         Esophagus

         Stomach

         Liver

         Gallbladder

         Pancreas

         Small Intestine

         Large Intestine

         Anus

         Colon

    Nervous System

         Central Nervous System (CNS)

         Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)

         Spinal Cord

         Sciatic Nerve

    Respiratory System

         Trachea

         Branchi

         Bronchioles

         Alveoli

         Asthma

         Capillaries

         Lungs

         Gas Exchange

    Immune/Lymphatic System

         Lymph Node

         Spleen

         Appendix

        Tonsils