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Human Body Unit

Part I/XIII

RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very 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

Hoot, Hoot Good Luck!

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Human Body Unit


Part I/XIII

Human Body Unit


Part I/XIII

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.

Quiz Wiz 1-10 Name the Organ of the human body and the system it belongs to if you know it.
Lets see what you already know.

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Bonus: Who am I?

Bonus: Who am I?

Answers: Quiz Wiz 1-10 Name the organ of the human body.

Quiz Wiz 1-10 Name the Organ of the human body. Lets see what you already know.

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Thanks for giving this quiz a shot. Ill bet you were able to get some right.

Liver: Part of the Digestive System.

Stomach: Part of the Digestive System.

Intestines: Part of the Digestive System.

Brain: Part of the Nervous System.

Heart: Part of Circulatory System.

Pancreas: Part of the digestive and endocrine system.

Kidney: Part of the excretory system.

Lungs: Part of the Respiratory System.

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Healthy Lung

Smokers Lung

Bladder: Part of the Excretory System.

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Spleen: Part of the Lymphatic System.

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Bonus: Who am I?

Bonus: Theodor Seuss Geisel AKA...

Bonus: Theodor Seuss Geisel AKA...


Dr. Seuss (1904-1991).

Anatomy: The science of the shape and structure of organisms.

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orm ollows

orm ollows

orm ollows

unction

orm ollows

unction

orm ollows

unction
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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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Activity! Find a structure in the room and describe how its form help it perform a job.
Stand by it and be ready to tell the class all about how its form follows function.

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Physiology: How it all works.

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Learning all about the human body has been a long road of small steps.

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Learning all about the human body has been a long road of small steps.

and now we will see whats in here.

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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.

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.


to full page needed.

Preview on next slide.

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Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization. Cell

Atom Molecule Organism

Cell Organelle
Tissue Organ Cell

Organ System

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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

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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

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 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
Tissue Organ Cell

Organ System

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Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization. Cell

Atom Molecule

Cell Organelle
Tissue Organ Cell

Organ System

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Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization. Cell

Atom Molecule

Cell Organelle
Tissue Organ Cell

Organ System

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Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization. Cell

Atom Molecule

Cell Organelle
Tissue Organ Cell

Organ System
Many Many Systems Systems

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Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization. Cell

Atom Molecule Organism

Cell Organelle
Tissue Organ Cell

Organ System

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Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization. Cell

Atom Molecule Organism

Cell Organelle
Tissue Organ Cell

Organ System

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Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization. Cell

Atom Molecule Organism

Cell Organelle
Tissue Organ Cell

Organ System

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Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization. Cell

Atom Molecule Organism

Cell Organelle
Tissue Organ Cell

Organ System

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Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization. These will not be addressed in detail in this unit. Cell

Organ System

Tissue Organ Cell

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Area of Focus: Levels of Biological Organization. Cell

Organ System

Tissue Organ Cell

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Im Jimmy Carter, 39th President

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Im Jimmy Carter, 39th President I am made of an enormous number of atoms

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Im Jimmy Carter, 39th President I am made of an enormous number of atoms

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Im Jimmy Carter, 39th President I am made of an enormous number of atoms Which come together to create molecules

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Im Jimmy Carter, 39th President I am made of an enormous number of atoms Which come together to create molecules

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Im 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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Im 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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Im 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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Im 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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Im 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.

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Im 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.

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Im 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.

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Im 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.

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Im 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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Im 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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Im 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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Im 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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Im 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.

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A few important things before we begin.


The body is made of 100 trillion cells all working together.

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Many organelles make a cell.

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Activity!
Please create the following in your journal.
Plant Low Animal Low

Plant High

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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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 75-100 Trillion

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Cells are the structural and functional units of all living organisms.
Humans

have some 75-100 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 75-100 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
Sex Cells

100s of more cell types


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 a cold ice cube that is dropped into your hand.

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Activity! Record the time in seconds that it takes for your nerves to sense a cold ice cube that is dropped into your hand.
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 cold.

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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

Intestines Blue Whale

Stratified

Skin

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Video! (Optional) Specialized Cells http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8uXewS 9dJU

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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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Organ: A group of different tissues with a specific job

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Organ: A group of different tissues with a specific job Hoot Hoot Did anybody see me hiding in that organ.

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Organ: A group of different tissues with a specific job

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Many more organs will be covered later on.

Video! (Optional) Human Organ Trafficking


Caution! Your organs are extremely valuable to you and others.

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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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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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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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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)?

Answers to Quiz Wiz 1-10. Cell, Tissue, Organ, Organ System, Individual.

1 Organ

1 Organ Heart

2 Organ system

2 Organ system
Digestive System

2 Organ system
Digestive System

3 Organ System

3 Organ System
Respiratory System

4 Tissue

4 Tissue Tendon

5 Cell

5 Cell Cheek Cell

6 Individual

6 Individual Justin Bieber

7 Tissue

7 Tissue Muscle

8 Organ

8 Organ
Reproductive Organ

8 Organ
Reproductive Organ
Giant Squid

9 Tissue

9 Tissue Brain Tissue

10

10 Organ System

10 Organ System
Nervous System

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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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

sweaty butt crack?

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 wouldnt 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.
Its gross but it keeps my body in homeostasis.

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Homeostasis: The ability of an organism or cell to maintain internal equilibrium by adjusting its physiological processes.
Regardless

of outside conditions.

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Homeostasis: The ability of an organism or cell to maintain internal equilibrium by adjusting its physiological processes.
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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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. Dont 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! Duration
Resting (Baseline data) 1 minute of jog in place / jumping jacks -Rest in between and get pulse rate back to baseline 5 minutes of jog in place / jumping jacks

Pulse Rate 15 sec. x 4 and temperature

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 is was the increase in pulse rate from resting (baseline) to the 3-5 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 is was the increase in pulse rate from resting (baseline) to the 3-5 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 is was the increase in pulse rate from resting (baseline) to the 3-5 minutes of exercise? Answer: Answers will vary, but the data should show an increase in heart rate.

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Questions:
#1.) What is was the increase in pulse rate from resting (baseline) to the 3-5 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 increase in breathing rate / pulse.

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Questions:
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline to the 3-5 minutes of exercise?

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Questions:
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline to the 3-5 minutes of exercise? Answer: Answers will vary but you should notice an increase in temperature.

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Questions:
#2.) How did temperature change from baseline to the 3-5 minutes of exercise? Answer: Answers will vary but you should notice an 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 3-5 minutes of exercise? Answer: Answers will vary but you should notice an 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.

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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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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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Muscle

Tissue

Muscle

Tissue
Muscular System

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.

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Raise your hand when you think you know. You only get one guess.

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Im Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States. Dont forget your levels of biological organization. Great work with Part I.

How are you doing on your bundled homework package?


You should be close to page 2 by now.

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Human Body Unit


Part I/XIII

Human Body Unit


Part I/XIII