·A "Bourdon Tube" is used in: PRESSURE SENSORS

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homeostasis, the maintenance of a stable internal enviroment in the body. tissue, a group of similar cells working together. organ, 2 or more tissues working together. Skeletal system, b1s, cartilage, & the connective tissue. Joint, a place where 2 or more b1s meet. Ex, gliding joint, ball & socket joint & hinde joint. Muscular system, the organ system whose function is movement & flexibility. Integumentary, skin, hair, & nails. Epidermis, the surface layer of cells on a plant or animal. Dermis, the layer skin below the epidermis. Cardiovascular system, heart, blood, & blood vessels. Artery, a blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart. Capillary, a tiny blood vessel that allows these exchanges between body cells & blood. Vein, a blood vessel that carries blood back to the heart. Pulmonary circulation, the circulation of blood between your hreat & lungs. Systemic circulation, the circulation of blood between the heart & the rest of the body. Blood, a connective tissue made up of plasma, rbc, platelets, & wbc. Blood pressure, the force that blood excerts on the walls of the arteries. Lympathic system, a group of organs  & tissues that collect the excess fluid & return it to your blood. Lymph, fluid & particles absorbed into the lymph capillaries. Lymph node, small, beanshaped masses of tissue that remove pathogens & dead cells from the lymph. Thymus, the gland that produces t cells. Spleen, largest lympathic organ in the body. Tonsils, lympathic tissue in the nasal cavity & at the back of the mouth. Respiration, process by which a body gets & uses oxygen & releases carbon dioxide & water. Respiratory system, the group of organs that take in oxygen & get rid of carbon dioxide. Pharynx, the passage from the mouth to the larynx & the esophagus. Trachea, the tube that connects the larynx to the lungs. Broncus, 1 of the 2 tubes that connect the lungs with the trachea. Alveoli, tiny air sacs where oxygen & carbon dioxide R exchanged. Digestive system, group of organs that work to digest food. Esophagus, a long, straight tube that connects the pharynx to the stomach. Stomach, a muscular, saclike, digestive organ attached to the lower end of the esophagus.

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