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In contrast to the other source out there, AN built-in method of healthiness SCIENCES, 2E takes an all-in-one method of getting ready freshmen for careers within the overall healthiness care undefined. The e-book identifies the 4 uncomplicated construction blocks of wellbeing and fitness Sciences: anatomy and body structure, math, chemistry, and clinical microbiology, after which provides them within the context of future health professions. in contrast to the other source out there, AN built-in method of healthiness SCIENCES, 2E takes an all-in-one method of getting ready newcomers for careers within the future health care undefined. The publication identifies the 4 uncomplicated construction blocks of health and wellbeing Sciences: anatomy and body structure, math, chemistry, and scientific microbiology, after which provides them within the context of health and wellbeing professions.
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Connective Tissue The primary purposes of connective tissue are support and protection. There are two types of connective tissue: soft connective tissue, which is also called adipose or fatty tissue, and hard connective tissue, which forms cartilage and bone. Soft connective, or fatty, tissue serves several functions. This tissue stores fat, which can be used as an energy reserve if needed. In addition, soft tissue acts to pad our bodies, thus absorbing 34 SECTION 1 shocks and helping to maintain body heat by way of insulation properties.
Additional materials such as fuel, electricity, duct work, and insulation are needed for a complete heating system. This is analogous to the way body organs work together in humans. Organs and other parts that join together to perform a specific body function are referred to as a system. These systems all function together to form the wondrous human organism (see Figure 2-2). We will explore the concepts of cells, tissues, organs, and systems in greater detail when we complete the overview of the human body.
Source: Delmar/Cengage Learning 20 SECTION 1 and a left side. The main directional terms in these regions are medial and lateral. Medial means “toward the middle” and therefore refers to structures and areas that are close to the midline. Lateral means “toward the side” and refers to structures and areas that are away from or to the side of the midline of the median plane. For example, the nose is medial in reference to the ear, and the ear is lateral to the nose. The frontal plane is a vertical reference that divides the body into a front half and a back half.