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Final Jeopardy Question Circulatory System Respiratory System Excretory System Immune System General Systems
10 Point Question An upper chamber of the heart What is an atrium? Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart What are arteries? Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question Solid parts in the blood that carry oxygen from the lungs to body cells What are red blood cells? Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question Red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and plasma What are the components of blood? Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question The dome-shaped muscle that separates the chest from the stomach area What is a diaphragm? Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question Tube made up of cartilage that connects the throat to the lungs; also called the windpipe What is the trachea? Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question What is an air sac? Back to the Game Board Absorbs oxygen through its thin wall and passes it along to the capillaries
40 Point Question The process by which cells use oxygen and give off carbon dioxide What is cellular respiration? Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question An organ that removes wastes from the body like salt, water, and wastes in the blood What is a kidney? Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question The organ that regulates body temperature What is skin? Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question The organ that stores urine What is the bladder? Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question The organ that is part of both the respiratory system and the excretory system What are the lungs? Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question Medicine prescribed by a doctor that cures infections caused by bacteria What is an antibiotic? Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question Smallest of germs that can grow only inside a cell and can cause disease What is a virus? Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question Single-celled living things that grow just about everywhere and can cause disease What are bacteria? Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question Chemicals made by certain body cells that can help destroy germs in the body What are antibodies? Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question The body system that rids the body of harmful wastes produced by the cells What is the excretory system? Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question The body system made up of the heart, blood vessels, and the blood What is the circulatory system? Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question The body system that destroys germs What is the immune system? Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question The body system that brings oxygen into the body and eliminates carbon dioxide from the body What is the respiratory system? Back to the Game Board
Three things you need daily to keep the body functioning properly What are diet, sleep, and exercise?
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