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An Introduction to the Structure and Function of the Human Body
Gross body areas 7 Summary
Cell structure and function 17 Passage of substances through membranes or cell
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activity adducts alveoli amino acids antibodies antigen arteries bladder blood vessels body bone brain canal capillary cardiac cartilage cause cavity cells cerebellum cerebrum cervical chemical chromosomes Clinical considerations connective tissue contains contraction cranial nerve digestive disease distal duct enzyme epithelium Extensor fibrous FIGURE Flexes flexor fluid foramen formation fossa function glands glucose heart heat hemoglobin hormone humerus hypothalamus impulses increase intestine joint kidney lateral layer ligament liver lobe longus loss lower lungs lymph medial medulla membrane metabolism molecules motor movement muscular nasal neck nerve fibers nervous system neurons normal nucleus occurs organs oxygen Pert plasma plexus portion posterior pressure produce protein receptors reflex respiratory result ribs scapula secretion sensory skeletal muscle skin spinal cord spinal nerves spine stimulation structure substance surface synapse synovial joints tendon thalamus thigh tion tract tube tubules types upper urine veins ventricle vertebrae wall