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Lymphatic $100 Endocrine Nervous Circulatory Senses Digestive Double Jeopardy! $100 $200 $300 $400 $500
T1 $100 WBCs that mature in the thymus and may be helpers or killers
T1 Back What are T cells? $100
T1 $200 Spongy organ in the abdomen that helps fight infection
T1 Back $200 What is the spleen?
T1 $300 Cells that engulf and destroy bacteria, located in the lymph nodes
T1 Back $300 What are macrophages?
$400 Masses of MALT tissue that protect the pharynx from bacteria T1
Back $400 What are tonsils?
T1 $500 Masses of MALT tissue that protect the intestines from bacteria
T1 Back $500 What are Peyer’s patches?
T2 $100 Gland that produces insulin and regulates blood glucose
T2 Back $100 What is the pancreas?
T2 $200 Gland in the brain that receives instructions from the hypothalamus, causes dwarfism or gigantism
T2 Back $200 What is the pituitary?
T2 $300 Located in the neck, controls metabolism and regulate blood calcium level
T2 Back $300 What is the thyroid?
T2 $400 Gland located atop the kidney that produces adrenalin and cortisol
T2 Back $400 What is the adrenal gland?
T2 $500 Located in the throat, increase blood calcium
T2 Back $500 What are parathyroids?
T3 $100 Part of the brain that controls breathing and heart rate
T3 Back $100 What is the medulla and pons?
T3 $200 Part of the brain that controls balance and coordination
T3 Back $200 What is the cerebellum?
T3 $300 Lobe of the brain that controls hearing and speech
T3 Back $300 What is the temporal lobe?
T3 $400 Part of the nervous system that is voluntary
T3 Back $400 What is the somatic NS?
T3 $500 Nerves that carry messges TOWARD and AWAY?
T3 Back $500 What are afferent and efferent?
T4 $100 Valve between right atrium and right ventricle
T4 Back $100 What is the tricuspid?
T4 $200 Artery that supplies the heart with oxygen and nutrients
T4 Back $200 What is the coronary artery?
T4 $300 Valves at the entrances to the aorta and pulmonary artery
T4 Back $300 What are semilunar?
T4 $400 Pacemaker of the heart
T4 Back $400 What is the sinoatrial node?
T4 $500 Tough cords of connective tissue that anchor the papillary muscles in the heart
T4 Back $500 What are chordae tendinae?
T5 $100 Round clear object in the eye that focuses light and is held in place by ciliary body
T5 Back $100 What is the lens?
T5 $200 Clear window over anterior portion of the eye, modification of the sclera
T5 Back $200 What is the cornea?
T5 $300 Screen on which the image is projected, innermost nerve layer of the eye
T5 Back $300 What is the retina?
T5 $400 Snail shaped chamber in the ear that houses the Organ of Corti, center for hearing
T5 Back $400 What is the cochlea?
T5 $500 Jelly like material which gives the eyeball shape and transmits light
T5 Back $500 What is the vitreous humor?
T6 $100 Structure where most digestion and absorption of nutrients takes place
T6 Back $100 What is the small intestine?
T6 $200 Common passageway for air and food located in the throat
T6 Back $200 What is the pharynx?
T6 $300 Digestive substance produced by the liver that helps digest fat
T6 Back $300 What is bile?
T6 $400 Finger-like projections in the small intestine that increase surface area
T6 Back $400 What are villi?
T6 $500 Fold of membrane that holds the tongue to the floor of the mouth
T6 Back $500 What is the lingual frenulum?
Lymphatic $200 Circulatory Nervous TermsUrinary Reproductive Final Jeopardy! $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000
T1 $200 Lymphocytes that produce antibodies
Back $200 T1 What are B cells?
T1 $400 Disease that occurs when the immune system attacks itself
Back $400 T1 What is an autoimmune disease?
T1 $600 What MALT stands for
Back $600 T1 What is Mucosa Associated Lymphatic Tissue?
T1 $800 One sign of inflammation
Back $800 T1 What is redness, heat swelling or pain?
T1 $1000 Two ways to get immunity
Back $1000 T1 What are vaccines, getting a disease and umbilical cord?
T2 $200 Smallest blood vessels
Back $200 T2 What are capillaries?
$400 T2 What is the medical term for a heart attack
Back $400 T2 What is a myocardial infarction?
$600 T2 In these vessels, blood pressure is at its highest
Back $600 T2 What are arteries?
$800 T2 On an EKG, this wave comes before the QRS wave
Back $800 T2 What is the P wave?
$1000 T2 Slow heartbeat, less than 60 beats per minute
Back $1000 T2 What is bradycardia?
T3 $200 Nerve that takes sound messages to the ear
Back $200 T3 What is the vestibulo- cochlear nerve?
$400 T3 Known as rest and digest part of the nervous system
Back $400 T3 What is the parasympathetic nervous system?
$600 T3 Part of the nervous system that consists of nerves
Back $600 T3 What is the peripheral nervous system?
$800 T3 Part of the nervous system that is composed of the sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions
Back $800 T3 What is the autonomic nervous system?
$1000 T3 Lobe of the brain that is associated with sight
Back $1000 T3 What is the occipital lobe?
T4 $200 Means arm from shoulder to elbow
Back $200 T4 What is brachial?
$400 T4 Means away from the main part of the body
Back $400 T4 What is distal?
$600 T4 Cut that gives you a left and a right
Back $600 T4 What is sagittal?
$800 T4 Means side or body wall
Back $800 T4 What is parietal?
$1000 T4 Means “guts” or organs
Back $1000 T4 What is visceral?
T5 $200 Organ that produces urine
Back $200 T5 What is the kidney?
$400 T5 Tubes that deliver urine to the bladder
Back $400 T5 What are ureters?
$600 T5 Name 2 conditions that could be detected by a urinalysis
Back $600 T5 What is diabetes, pregnancy, kidney stone, kidney or bladder infection?
$800 T5 pH of urine
Back $800 T5 What is 6?
T5 $ processes of urine formation
Back T5 $1000 What are filtration, reabsorption and secretion?
T6 $200 Where babies grow during pregnancy
Back $200 T6 What is the uterus?
$400 T6 Male organs that produce sperm
Back $400 T6 What are testes?
$600 T6 Tube which eggs pass through to get from the ovary to the uterus
Back $600 T6 What are Fallopian tubes?
$800 T6 An organ that produces substances in semen, that the urethra passes through
Back $800 T6 What is the prostate gland?
T6 $1000 Coiled tubes on top of testes, in which sperm mature
Back T6 $1000 What is the epididymis?
Name 4 sphincters in the digestive system Final Jeopardy!!!
What are cardiac, pyloric, ileocaecal and anal sphincters? Final Jeopardy!!!
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