Color atlas and textbook of human anatomy.: 2,. Internal by Leonhardt

By Leonhardt

New version of a pocket-sized atlas of inner organs, for scientific scholars. Two-dimensional line drawings with colour highlighting. earlier English version 1986. Translation of Taschenatlas der Anatomie. DNLM: Anatomy - atlases.

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Among the life processes in humans are metabolism, responsiveness, movement, growth, differentiation, and reproduction. • Living organisms require a stable internal environment. Homeostasis is the maintenance of that stable environment within certain limits. Homeostasis is regulated by the nervous and endocrine systems acting together or separately. Homeostasis is maintained by feedback systems (as shown), which consist of receptors, a control center, and effectors. Receptors monitor changes in a controlled condition and send input to a control center that sets the value at which a controlled condition should be maintained, evaluates the input it receives, and generates output commands when they are needed.

A. parasagittal b. transverse c. frontal d. midsagittal The Planner ✓ Review your Chapter Planner on the chapter opener and check off your completed work. indd 19 11/23/10 12:35 PM 2 Introductory Chemistry M any children play with building blocks such as Legos. They can combine blocks of different shapes and colors to make almost any structure they can imagine. For example, a child may build an airplane and then may decide to take it apart and make a car, a dinosaur, or even a model of the human body.

Hip b. shoulder c. shoulder blade d. A patient has carpal tunnel syndrome. This patient is hurting in the ____________. In the temperature control feedback system, the skin’s sweat glands act as the ____________. a. ankle a. receptor b. wrist b. control center c. knee c. controlled condition d. elbow d. The ____________ is responsible for rapidly sensing and processing information, communicating, and coordinating various systems. a. nervous system b. endocrine system c. lymphatic system d. integumentary system 13.

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