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Body Systems Pz 1

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1._________ Wasting away of any part of the body.
3.___________ Occurs when there is not enough oxygen to a body tissue.
5._________ A blood vessels that carries blood back to the heart.
7.__________ Reduced blood supply to an area.
9.___________ Cells have died.
11.________ Organs that work together to perform special functions.
12._____________ produced by the enlargement of the existing cells.
13.________ Visible occurence that may indicate an illness.
14.This study will help you recognise __________ from normal health function, and procide care in a particular way.
16.___________ A chemical, secreted by glands, that controls or regulates many body functions.
17.__________ A collection of cells which perform the same funtion.
18.___________ Tissue that has been without oxygen long enough for cells to die.
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2.____________ Located near the centre of the body.
4._____________The study of the body's structure.
6._______________The study of the body's fucntion.
8.____________ The use of food for heat and energy by the cells.
10.____________ Involuntary muscle contractions which move the food through the digestie system.
11.____________ Involving or affecting the body as a whole.
15._________ A group of tissues with the same function.

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