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The Digestive Tract NutritionWild Card 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points Food WebsTeeth
These 8 teeth are made to bite and cut the food into pieces.
What are the incisors?
These 4 teeth are pointy and used for tearing.
What are your canine teeth?
These 8 teeth in the back of your mouth are used to grind food.
What are your bicuspids or pre- molars?
These large teeth found along the sides and back of mouth are used to chew, crush and grind food.
What are the molars?
The molars are sometimes referred to as this.
What are your wisdom teeth?
This organ in the digestive tract removes water from digested food.
What is the large intestine?
This place where food enters uses teeth and saliva to start breaking food down.
What is the mouth?
This organ in the body is sometimes called the food bag and squeezes food.
What is the stomach?
This term refers to the squeezing of muscles and pushing of food through the digestive tract.
What is peristalsis?
This tube connects the mouth to the stomach.
What is the esophagus?
This is place where all food webs get their energy.
What is the sun?
Animals who eat both meat and plants.
What are omnivores?
Green plants who can make their own food using the sun’s energy are called this.
What are producers?
Animals who only eat meat.
What are carvivores?
Animals who get their energy by eating other animals are called this.
What are carvivores?
This part of the food pyramid is made up of breads, pasta and wheat.
What are grains?
Strawberries, peaches and bananas are examples of this part of the food pyramid.
What are fruits?
To eat a balanced diet, you must eat foods from this many of the Food Pyramid groups daily.
What is 5?
The three things you should limit in order to eat a healthy, balanced diet are these.
What are saturated fat, sugar, and salt?
A nine year old boy or girl should eat how many cups of vegetables per day?
What is 2?
These are 3 of the 7 pieces of information you can read on a Nutrition Facts label.
What are serving size, calories, listing of nutrients, calories per gram, calories from fat, % Daily Value and Daily Value based on 200 calories?
This type of thing can grow, reproduce and repair itself when injured.
What is a living thing?
These are three chemicals found in the stomach that help break down foods.
What are hydrochloric acid, pepsid and renin?
These tiny hair-like structures are found in the intestine to help food pass into the bloodstream.
What are villi?
What are three types of creatures that you might find in an owl pellet?
What are a mouse, rat, vole, shrew, small bird or reptile?
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