2A) The appendix B) The liver C) A lung D) A kidney E) A heart valve Explain why A human CAN or CANNOT survive the loss of each of the following -
3The appendixThe Appendix is a worm-shaped appendage that sticks out from the top portion of the large intestine.The main function of the appendix is unknown.The Appendix
4The LiverIt has a wide range of functions, a few of which are detoxification, protein synthesis, and production of biochemicals necessary for digestionThe liver is necessary for survival; a human can only last up to 24 hours without liver function.Sheep Liver
5The LungThe lung is the essential respiration organ in air-breathing. Lungs are in the chest on either side of the heart. Their principal function is to transport oxygen from the atmosphere.
6Real Cat KidneyA KidneyYour kidneys play a vital role in keeping your blood composition constant. They filter your blood to remove excess water and waste products, which are secreted from your kidneys as urine.People can live healthily with one functioning kidney.
7A Heart Valveheart valves maintain the unidirectional flow of blood in the heart by opening and closing depending on the difference in pressure on each side.
8The diagram below shows the front inside view of a human heart The diagram below shows the front inside view of a human heart. Which parts are carrying oxygen rich blood? How can you Tell? Which parts are carrying carbon dioxide rich blood? How can you tell?
9Which parts are carrying oxygen rich blood? The left Side of the Heart.(See Diagram)
10Which parts are carrying carbon dioxide rich blood? How can you tell? The right Side of the Heart.It is shown in blue.It is the used blood returning to the body.
11What is the nameof this system?What is itsprimary function?
12click on picture for information Digestive Systemclick on picture for information
14Nervous SystemWhat is the nervous system? Made up of your brain, your spinal cord, and an enormous network of nerves that thread throughout your body, it's the control center for your entire body. Your brain uses information it receives from your nerves to coordinate all of your actions and reactions. Without it, you couldn't exist!
15If you were stuck by aneedle, what would bethe order of the response by your body according to this diagram?
19What is the name andfunction of each of theseorgans.?abcd
20A: Lungs, Respiratory System Your lungs make up one of the largest organs in your body, and they work with your respiratory system to allow you to take in fresh air, get rid of stale air, and even talk.
21B: Heart, Circulatory System Click on link for short video
22C: Liver, Digestive System The liver helps you by taking toxins out of your blood.The liver also cleans blood that has just been enriched with vitamins and minerals during digestion.Link below describes the Digestive System
23D: Kidneys,The kidneys are sophisticated reprocessing machines. Every day, your kidneys process about 200 quarts of blood to sift out about 2 quarts of waste products and extra water. The waste and extra water become urine, which flows to your bladder through tubes called ureters.
24Identify the two systems represented by the diagram Identify the two systems represented by the diagram. Explain the interaction between the two systems shown.
25Circulatory and Respiratory System Click on link below
26Which part of this system has the function of absorbing water back into your body? Which part of this system has the function of absorbing nutrients into your bloodstream?
27Which part of this system has the function of absorbing water back into your body?
28Which part of this system has the function of absorbing nutrients into your bloodstream?
29What type ofjoint is shownin the diagram.Where do youfind it in the body?
30Ball and Socket JointThese are found in the shoulder and the hip. They allow a circular movement in these joints.
31What type of joint is shown in the diagram. Where do you find it in the body?
32Pivot JointThe end of one bone rotates round the axis of another bone such as the end of the radius rotating around the ulna as the palm of the hand is turned inwards or outwards.
33What type ofjoint is shownin the diagram.Where do youfind it in the body?
34Hinge JointThese joints occur where the convex surface of one bone fits into the concave surface of another bone, so making movement possible in one plane only. Examples of these joints are the knee and the elbow joints.
35What type ofjoint is shownin the diagram.Where do youfind it in the body?
36Pivot Jointbony ring rotates round the pivot (axis) of another bone such as the ring-like atlas rotating around the odontoid process of the axis, allowing the head to turn from side to side.
37Is this an illustration of a cell, tissue, organ, orsystem? Is there morethan one shown?What is the name andfunction of the partlabeled with an X ?x
38Part of Respiratory System X is the AlveoliThe alveoli are where the oxygen from the air enters your blood, and the carbon dioxide from your body goes into the air. Alveoli are very tiny, but you have a lot of them in your lungs. In fact, you have 300,000,000 alveoli in each lung.
39What systems are interacting in the body to help the girl climb the ladder?How are these systems interacting?
40What systems are interacting in the body to help the girl climb the ladder? MuscularSkeletal
41How are these systems interacting? Skeletal provides supportfor the body and the muscularis what makes the bones move.
42What systems are interacting in the body to help the girl play basketball?How are thesesystems interacting?
43Muscular Skeletal Circulatory Respiratory What systems are interacting in the body to help the boy play basketball?MuscularSkeletalCirculatoryRespiratory
44How are these systems interacting? Skeletal gives shape and supportMuscular makes the bones moveRespiratory allows him to breath in need oxygen for the cellsCirculatory takes the needed oxygen to cells through his blood.
45Is this a cell, tissue, organ or system? What is the name of it?What is its function?
46SystemThe Nervous SystemThe nervous system is a network of specialized cells that communicate information about an animal's surroundings and itself. It processes this information and causes reactions in other parts of the body.
47The boy in the picturejust ran a 100 yard dashin track and field.What is he doing in thediagram?What systems wereaffected by his run?
48Taking his pulse.A pulse is created as blood is pushed along through the arteries. The artery contracts and relaxes periodically to rhythmically force the blood along its way circulating throughout the body.
49Systems affected by his run are… SkeletalMuscularRespiratoryCirculatory
50What is the pictureshowing anexample of?What might be the action taken by the person?
51Respiratory and Nervous System Respiratory by breathing in.Nervous by the nerves sending message to brain to allow body to breath in and determine what they are smelling.
52aobmhName as many joints and bones as you can which are represented by the letters on the diagram.cdiejfnlgk
54Know your organsIn your body, what two organs work together to make sure that oxygen gets to all the other organs of your body?A) Lungs and kidneysB) Heart and lungsC) Brain and kidneysD) Heart and liver
56Julio wanted to know how his pulse rate changed when he ran very fast Julio wanted to know how his pulse rate changed when he ran very fast. He measured his pulse rate before he started running, while he was running, and two minutes after he stopped running. Which graph best shows how Julio's pulse rate changed?
58Know your organsIn the human body the digestion of proteins takes place primarily in which two organs?A) Mouth and stomachB) Stomach and small intestineC) Liver and gall bladderD) Pancreas and large intestine
59What is the stimulus in this diagram What is the stimulus in this diagram? What do you think the response will be?
60What would view with this instrument? What is the instrument called?
62Know your systemsThe human body is made up of several systems. Which system is LEAST involved when a person walks a mile?MuscularSkeletalNervousDigestive
63Which is the stimulus and which is the response? Stimulus - ResponseThe spotted touch-me-not, a flowering plant, has seedpods that burst open when touched and forcefully eject their seeds.Which is the stimulus and which is the response?
64Know your organ systems Name the major organs and the systems which interact to do each of the listed functions in your body.
65produce enzymes that break down chemicals in food remove solid waste from the bodymaintain homeostasis and body temperature put oxygen into blood and take carbon dioxide out of it
66Gases Exchanged Alveoli Capillaries The diagram shows one way in which two different body systems interact. Which two body systems are interacting and describe what is happening?
67Know your systems Digestive system Circulatory system Which of these systems would best protect you from getting a cold? Why?Digestive systemCirculatory systemRespiratory systemMuscular system
68Know your systemsVertebrates use two main body systems to swim, slither, fly, hop, walk, and run. Which two systems are these?Circulatory and muscularImmune and skeletalRespiratory and circulatoryMuscular and skeletal
69-Bones are used in digestion. Know your systemsWhich of the following describes a relationship between the skeletal system and the digestive system?-Bones are used in digestion.Large bones produce blood cells.Skeletal muscles are attached to bones.Bones store nutrients obtained from food.
70DissectionA student wants to dissect a frog to see how its insides compare to ours. Use the words cell, tissue, organ, system, organism to tell what would be observed at each step:
71The frog is pinned belly-up in a dissection pan. A scalpel is used to cut open the belly of the frog.The heart, lungs, and liver are observed.A piece of lung is removed and observed under a stereoscope.
72The piece of lung is sliced very thinly and viewed under a microscope The piece of lung is sliced very thinly and viewed under a microscope. He observes singles sectionsand draws the rounded shape and dark central spot on each.The student notices that all the muscles of the frog are attached to their bones with ligaments.