Saturday, January 14, 2012

Our Bodies and How They Work Outline

BODY SCIENCE OUTLINE
Our Bodies and How They Work 
Bony Structures 
Joints 
Glands and Their Products 
Organs of the Body 
Skin and Outgrowths 
Muscles, Membranes, and Cartilaginous Tissues 
Sense Organs 
Nervous System 
Body Processes 
Circulation 
Respiration 
Digestion, Metabolism, and Elimination 
 
Major Body Parts 

Abdomen 
Arm 
Chest 
Face 
Hand 
Head 
Leg 
Mouth 
Throat  

Organs of the Body 

Appendix 
Bladder 
Colon 
Gall Bladder 
Heart 
Intestines 
Kidney 
Liver 
Lung 
Spleen 
Stomach
 
Skin and Outgrowths 

Beard 
Freckles 
Hair 
Nails 
Perspiration 
Pore 
Scalp 
Teeth 
 
Digestion, Metabolism, and Elimination 

Alimentary Canal 
Assimilation 
Bile 
Digestion 
Elimination 
Enzyme 
Mastication 
Metabolism 
Pepsin 
Saliva 
Secretion 
Swallowing 
Temperature 
Urea 
Urine  

I will wrap in animals after we finish the body to show similarities
and differences in how God made us:

ANIMALS SCIENCE OUTLINE

Familiar Animals 
 Pets 
 Farm Animals 
 Zoo Animals 
Useful Animals 
 Working Animals 
 Animals Useful for their Products 
 Animals Whish Fight pests 
 Animals in Sports 
Where Animals Live 
 Land Animals 
 Water Animals 
 Animals that Live on Both Land and Water 
 Animals of Various Continents 
 Animal Homes 
How Animals Live 
 How Animals Move About 
 How Animals Protect Themselves 
 How Animals Get Food 
The Body of Animals 
 Animal Senses 
 Life Stages of Animals 
 Animals Growth and Length of Life 
 Body Parts and Form 
Animals Behavior 
 Animals' Instincts 
 Animals' Intelligence 
 How Animals Communicate 
 Animal Habits 
 How Seasons Affect Animals 
Community Life 
 Animals that Live Together in Organized Communities 
 The Hierarchy Structure of Herds, Flocks, or Schools 
 Animals that Live Alone 
Animals in Relation to Other Life 
 Animal Competition 
 Animals helpful to Plants 
 Animals and the Balance of Nature 
 Endangered Animals 
 Animals that Attack man 
 Disease Bearing Animals 
 Animals that Harm Man's Food 
Zoology 
 How Animals are Classified 
 Principal Groups of the Animal Kingdom 

Followed lastly by plants, and how we all depend upon each other.

PLANTS SCIENCE OUTLINE

Familiar Plants 
 Trees 
 Flowers 
 Grasses 
 Shrubs 
 Vines 
Useful Plants 
 Which Plants Produce Food 
 Medicinal Plants 
 Plants Useful for Shade and Ornament 
Where Plants Live 
 Land Plants 
 Water Plants 
 Plants of Various Continents 
 Plants that Live in the Air 
The Structure of Plants 
 Plant Parts 
 How Plant Parts Work 
How Plants Live 
 Annuals 
 Biennials 
 Perennials 
 Protection Against Enemies 
 Plants that Eat Animals 
 How Seasons Affect Plants 
 How Weeds Affect Plants 
Plant Diseases 
Kinds of Plants 
 How Plants are Classified 
 Principal Plant Groups 
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