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Mr. Snyder Ch. 3 Human Body Systems
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Row 1, Col 1 What blood vessel carries oxygenated blood to the bodies cells? What is artery
1,2 What is another name for the wind pipe? What is the trachea
1,3 When does digestion begin What is when the teeth cut and grind the food.
1,4 Which system in the human body is involved in removing wastes from the body What is the urinary system
2,1 Name all of the blood vessels. What are veins, arteries, and capillaries.
2,2 The blood gets oxygenated in what part of the lung? What are the air sacs?
2,3 How does food move through the esophagus Rings of muscles squeeze food down it
2,4 Which organ stores a mix of wastes and water until this mix is ready to leave the body What is the urinary bladder
3,1 The transportation system of the body is the… What is the circulatory system
3,2 Around the wall of each air sac in the lungs is a web of … What are capillaries
3,3 What flipper on the trachea prevents food and water from going down it when we swallow What is the epiglottis
3,4 True or False The kidneys are the only organs that get rid of cells’ waste False, carbon dioxide by the lungs, sweat glands also
4,1 Which vessel takes blood from cells back to the heart? What are veins
4,2 When you hold your breath, your brain sends a message to the diaphragm and rib muscles telling them to breathe. Why? Carbon dioxide is building up in the blood.
4,3 Which organs send chemicals to the small intestine to help digest food What is the pancreas and liver
4,4 Which of the systems doesn’t take wastes out of the body What is the circulatory system
5,1 Which of the following will the body make in greater numbers in response to an infection? What are white blood cells
5,2 Name the order of the parts of the respiratory system through which inhaled air passes. What is nose, mouth, larynx, tracheas, bronchi, bronchioles,air sacs, diaphragm, lungs
5,3 What structures give the small intestine more surface area to absorb food What are the villi..
5,4 The kidneys clean the blood, regulate the salt levels in the blood and…. Controls the level of water in the blood
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