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By Ethel Sloane

This unprecedented textual content, offered in a different define structure, is designed to aid scholars concentrate on the middle proof of anatomy and body structure with out getting slowed down via extra details. it could function both a fundamental textual content in a path or as a spouse to a extra exact anatomy and body structure quantity.

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A group of cells of similar structure that perform the same functions is called a tissue. There are four basic tissues: epithelial tissue, connective tissue, muscle tissue, and nervous tissue. ) Page 4 D. Organs. Two or more tissues combine to form an organ, such as the stomach, kidney, or eye. An organ functions as a specialized physiological center for the body's activities. E. Organ systems. When several organs combine to perform related functions, they constitute an organ system. The organ systems of the body are the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular (circulatory), lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems.

E. Ionic bonds are weaker than covalent bonds and tend to dissociate in water to form the separate component ions. The compound then is said to dissolve in water. 3. Hydrogen bonds are weak bonds formed between the oppositely charged portions of neighboring polar molecules and thus are the result of the electrostatic attraction between them. a. Hydrogen bonds exist between polar covalent molecules that contain at least one hydrogen atom bonded to a highly electronegative atom such as oxygen or nitrogen.

F. Three ear ossicles (bones) and differentiated teeth adapted to chewing a variety of foods also are characteristic to mammals. 5. Order: Primata. Primates include lemurs, monkeys, and great apes as well as humans. They have grasping hands, an opposable thumb, claws modified to finger and toe nails, and relatively large, well-developed brains. 6. Family: Hominidae. Hominidae include both the extinct and the living races of humans. 7. Genus: Homo and species: sapiens. Homo sapiens includes all the ethnic varieties of humans.

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