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1 Digestive Respiratory CirculatoryExcretoryAll SystemSystemSystemSystemSystems

2 Digestive Respiratory Digestive Excretory Dig. &other SystemSystemSystem 2SystemSystem

3 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Breathing The process of inhaling and exhaling using your diaphragm.

4 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle The process of inhaling and exhaling with the purpose of exchanging oxygen and carbon dioxide in the lungs with the blood. Respiration

5 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Chamber of the heart receiving blood from the body. Right Atrium

6 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle The process of moving blood through out the body. Circulation

7 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Arteries The vessels that take blood away from the heart.

8 Matching Waste ExcretionToxic Nephrons Ureter UrineUrethraKidneyUrea Bladder Multi-cellular organismUnicellular organism Waste Urea and other unnecessary materials for the body.

9 Matching Waste ExcretionToxic Nephrons Ureter UrineUrethraKidneyUrea Bladder Multi-cellular organismUnicellular organism Kidney The body’s main filtering organ.

10 Matching Waste ExcretionToxic Nephrons Ureter UrineUrethraKidneyUrea Bladder Multi-cellular organismUnicellular organism Bladder The main storage area for urine (waste) before leaving the body.

11 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Digestion The process of extracting nutrients out of the food we eat and eliminating the waste we do not need.

12 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Veins The vessels that take blood toward the heart.

13 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Epiglottis The flap of tissue that directs food and air into the correct tubes.

14 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Right Ventricle Chamber of the heart sending blood to the lungs.

15 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Left Ventricle Chamber of the heart sending blood to the body.

16 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Left Atrium Chamber of the heart receiving blood from the lungs.

17 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Very tiny blood vessels where red blood cells travel one after another. Capillaries

18 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Esophogus The tube leading from the mouth to the stomach.

19 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Trachea The cartilage ringed tube traveling from your nose to your lungs.

20 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Aorta The first main artery leaving the heart.

21 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Diaphragm The main muscle that controls breathing.

22 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Cavity An open space.

23 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Sphincter Round muscles that restrict the flow of materials within the digestive track.

24 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Pulmonary Artery The main artery leaving the right ventricle of the heart leading to the lungs.

25 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Liver The organ that functions to detoxify the blood. It converts proteins to urea.

26 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Peristalsis The method food is pushed along through the digestive track.

27 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Stomach The organ where mainly proteins are broken down with acids and enzymes.

28 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Fats Nutrient in food that is broken down by secretions from the pancreas.

29 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Carbohydrate Saliva breaks down this type of food.

30 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Small intestine The organ that most of the absorption of nutrients occurs.

31 Matching Waste ExcretionToxic Nephrons Ureter UrineUrethraKidneyUrea Bladder Multi-cellular organismUnicellular organism Urine The liquid waste that leaves the body.

32 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Saliva The solution excreted in the mouth with enzymes to start breaking down carbohydrates.

33 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Large Intestine The organ that functions to help regulate water absorption before waste is removed.

34 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Neutralize To balance the pH of a substance.

35 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Enzymes Chemicals that speed up the chemical reactions in the digestive process.

36 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Gall Bladder The organ that delivers bile to breakdown proteins in the small intestine.

37 Matching Diaphragm Diffusion CavityTrachea Breathing EpiglottisRespiration Circulation ArteriesVeins Capillaries Right Atria Left Ventricle Aorta Pulmonary arteries Left Atria Right Ventricle Diffusion The process of transferring oxygen and carbon dioxide into and out of the blood.

38 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Gastric Juices The acidic solution secreted by the stomach.

39 Matching Waste ExcretionToxic Nephrons Ureter UrineUrethraKidneyUrea Bladder Multi-cellular organismUnicellular organism Excretion The process of removing waste from the blood stream and out of the body.

40 Matching Waste ExcretionToxic Nephrons Ureter UrineUrethraKidneyUrea Bladder Multi-cellular organismUnicellular organism Multi-cellular organism A creature made of many cells.

41 Matching Waste ExcretionToxic Nephrons Ureter UrineUrethraKidneyUrea Bladder Multi-cellular organismUnicellular organism Nephrons Millions of these within each kidney to filter waste from the blood.

42 Matching Waste ExcretionToxic Nephrons Ureter UrineUrethraKidneyUrea Bladder Multi-cellular organismUnicellular organism Ureter The two vessels carrying waste to the bladder from the kidneys.

43 Matching Waste ExcretionToxic Nephrons Ureter UrineUrethraKidneyUrea Bladder Multi-cellular organismUnicellular organism Unicellular organism A creature made of one cell.

44 Matching Waste ExcretionToxic Nephrons Ureter UrineUrethraKidneyUrea Bladder Multi-cellular organismUnicellular organism Urethra The vessel leading from the bladder out of the body.

45 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Pancreas The organ that secretes into the small intestine to breakdown fats. This organ also secretes insulin into the bloodstream to balance glucose levels in the blood.

46 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Bile The paste like substance secreted into the small intestine to breakdown proteins.

47 Matching Waste ExcretionToxic Nephrons Ureter UrineUrethraKidneyUrea Bladder Multi-cellular organismUnicellular organism Toxic Material that are poisonous or harmful if in too great of quantities.

48 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Proteins The food component that gets broken down in the stomach and small intestine by the bile. In excess, the body produces urea from it.

49 Matching Digestion EnzymesSaliva Esophagus Gastric juices PancreasLiver Neutralize Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Gall bladder Bile Large intestine SphincterSmall intestine Villi and Microvilli PeristalsisStomach Villi and Microvilli Help increase absorption of nutrients within the small intestine.

50 Matching Waste ExcretionToxic Nephrons Ureter UrineUrethraKidneyUrea Bladder Multi-cellular organismUnicellular organism Urea The liver converts excess proteins into _____________ to remove the unwanted nitrogen.

51 Short Answer Breathing by the diaphragm and heart beats occur without thinking. This is an _________process. Automatic

52 Short Answer A common disorder resulting from spasms of circular muscles in the brachia and bronchiole. Asthma

53 Short Answer The trachea branches into the _____________. Brachia

54 Short Answer The Brachia branches into the _____________. Bronchiole


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