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TIGER JEOPARDY! With your Host: Mr. Batson
200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 OH My Gallbladder! Where’s my Medium Intestine? Bile is Tasty Brush Your Masticators Esophagus Burn
OMG – 100: True or False : Mechanical and chemical digestion can occur at the same time. True
OMG – 200: When you swallow, the tongue pushes food down the _____ and then enters the ________. Esophagus / Stomach
OMG – 300: What do you call that Snickers Bar after it has entered the digestive system. Bolus
Mechanical / Chemical OMG – 400: Which type(s) of digestion occur in the mouth?
Enzymes OMG – 500: Proteins that cause & speed-up chemical reactions are called _______.
Gastric Where’s My… – 100: A mixture of HCl (acid) and enzymes make up the _____ juices of the stomach.
Where’s my… – 200: Food mixes with gastric juice in the stomach to make a liquid substance called _______. Chyme
Mechanical Where’s my… – 300: Most _______ digestion occurs in the stomach?
Where’s my… – 400: _______ are the involuntary muscular contractions that push food through the digestive system. Peristalsis
Epiglottis Where’s my… – 500: What flap of tissue keeps food from “going down the wrong pipe?”
Liver Bile is Tasty – 100: Organ responsible for producing bile?
Bile is Tasty – 200: The small intestine is approximately how many times your height? 4 times
Bile is Tasty – 300: Glucose is also know as “____-____” an important reactant in cellular respiration? Blood-sugar
Villi Bile is Tasty – 400: The Small intestine is lined with millions of _________, hair-like projections that increase the surface area.
Absorb nutrients Bile is Tasty – 500: The role of villi in the small intestine is to?
Brush your Masticators – 100: Most _______ digestion occurs in the small intestine. Chemical
True Brush your Masticators – 200: True or false – The small intestine is directly attached to the stomach.
Brush your Masticators – 300: There are three organs that aid the small intestine in chemically breaking down food. Name them. Liver, gallbladder, pancreas
Pancreas Brush your Masticators – 400: The ________ not only aids the small intestine, but maintains “blood-sugar” levels.
Water Brush your Masticators – 500: The most important nutrient.
Stomach acid Esophagus Burn – 100: Acid reflux is the result of ______ backing up into the esophagus.
Rectum Esophagus Burn – 200: The _______ compresses and stores solid waste until you are “ready to go”
False Esophagus Burn 300 : The large intestine received its name because it is longer than the small intestine. True or False?
Water / waste Esophagus Burn – 400: The large intestine absorbs _____ and prepares ______ for elimination?
Absorption Esophagus Burn – 500: The process of nutrients being taken in by the blood- stream is known as ______.
Why do we need food? Gives us energy to function. Provides body with materials to grow and repair tissue. Nutrients – Carbohydrates (CHO), fats, proteins,
Digestive System. What’s it’s function? Breaks down food into molecules the body can use. Molecules are absorbed into the blood & carried throughout the.
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