Unit 6: Body Systems & Homeostasis

Objectives

12a. INVESTIGATE and EXPLAIN how internal structures of organisms have  adaptations that allow specific functions such as gills in fish, hollow bones  in birds, or xylem in plants

12b. IDENTIFY the main functions of the systems of the human organism, including the circulatory,  respiratory, skeletal, muscular, digestive, excretory, reproductive, integumentary, nervous, and  endocrine systems  

12e. COMPARE the functions of cell organelles to the functions of an organ system



KEY TERMS

ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
NERVOUS SYSTEM
EXCRETORY SYSTEM
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM
SKELETAL SYSTEM
MUSCULAR SYSTEM
ADAPTATION
DIFFUSE
OFFSPRING
CIRCULATE
REGULATE
HOMEOSTASIS

12e:

7 Characteristics of Living Things








12b
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Skeletal


Muscular


Respiratory


Circulatory


Nervous

E
xcretory


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So Many Systems


Human Body Systems: The 11 Champions


The Human Body Song





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EdHeads (choose a surgery activity)




12a: 

How Do Gills Work?








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Marci Knight,
Feb 17, 2016, 7:50 AM
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