SURFACE ANATOMY general form of organism, (shape, form).
GROSS ANATOMY descriptions without microscope, what you see with your eyes without details.
REGIONAL ANATOMY structure of a particular part of body.
MICROSCOPIC ANATOMY describing what you are observing in many details.
RADIOGRAPHIC ANATOMY X rays.
COMPARATIVE ANATOMY - it is the study of different species.
CHARACTERISTICS of LIFE
Since life is not a single quality, we have to differ the living things from non-living. Thus: ORGANIZATION it is the living things on higher level than nonliving word around them.
CELLULAR COMPOSITION the living matter that is always taking into one or more cells.
METABOLISM is using energy and the sum of all chemical changes. It also forms two classes of reactions: anabolism and catabolism. METABOLISM claims for EXCRETION- it is the separation of wastes from the tissues and their elimination from the body.
RESPONSIVENESS it is when all living things react to stimuli in their environments.
MOVEMENT it is a change of position. Sometimes it is observable.
HOMEOSTASIS it is the ability to keep internal stability of the organism.
DEVELOPMENT it is any change in the organism during the lifetime. For many organisms, it is involving two principal processes, DIFFERENTIATION- when the cells are transformed, and GROWTH it is when the size is increasing.
REPRODUCTION it means that all living organisms produce copies of themselves.
EVOLUTION all living things have to evolve and therefore they change genetically from generation to generation. [continues]
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