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100 200 300 400 500 SpellingOrgansFunctionProcess Vocab. Eyeball Benders
M _ _ _ h A 100
What is Mouth A 100
_ e _ _ _ m A 200
What is rectum A 200
E _ _ ph _ _ _ s A 300
What is esophagus A 300
E _ _ _ _ _ tt _ s A 400
What is epiglottis A 400
P _ _ _ _ _ _ _ sis A 500
What is Peristalsis A 500
B 100 The muscular tube that brings food down to the stomach
What is esophagus B 100
B 200 Most chemical digestion takes place here
What is small intestine B 200
B 300 Most mechanical digestion takes place here
What is stomach B 300
B 400 Stores unused solids- water is removed here
What is large intestine B 400
B 500 nutrients are absorbed into the blood through these
What is villi B 500
First function of digestion C 100
What is breaks down food C 100
Second function of digestion C 200
What is absorbs nutrients into the blood C 200
Third function of digestion C 300
What is eliminates waste C 300
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The epiglottis C 400
What is blocks windpipe off so you don’t choke C 400
The pancreas C 500
What is produces enzymes C 500
Process of making food smaller in the mouth D 100
What is chewing D 100
Involuntary smooth muscles pushing food through the Digestive System D 200
What is peristalsis D 200
Bile is used in the process of D 300
What is breaking down fat in the small intestine D 300
Is the process where nutrients are taken into blood D 400
What is absorption D 400
Food is physically broken down D 500
What is mechanical digestion D 500
Makes it easier to swallow food E 100
What is saliva E 100
Thick, protective lining of stomach E 200
What is mucus E 200
Protein that helps break down food chemically E 300
What is enzyme E 300
Part of digestive system and respiratory system E 400
What is epiglottis E 400
Tiny fingerlike projections that take in nutrients E 500
What is villi E 500
What are teeth F 100
What is Stomach F 200
What is large intestine F 300
What is rectum F 400
What is a Pancreas F 500
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