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Digestive and Respiratory Sytem

A dome shaped muscle that work with your lungs to allow you to inhale and exhale air. Diaphragm
The voice box Larynx
They are in your chest, and they are so large that they take up most of the space in there. You have 2 of them, but they aren't the same size the way your eyes or nostrils are. Instead, the one the left side of your body is a bit smaller than the one on t Lungs
Bones that protect your lungs Rib Cage
Spit that begins to form in your mouth. When you eat, it breaks down the chemicals in the food a bit, which helps make the food mushy and easy to swallow. Saliva
Filters out harmful substances or wastes, turning some of the waste into more bile. The liver even helps figure out how many nutrients will go to the rest of the body, and how many will stay behind in storage. Liver
Juice from the liver that helps to absorb fats into the bloodstream Bile
Fatter than the small intestine and it's almost the last stop on the digestive tract. Like the small intestine, it is packed into the body, and would meausure 5 feet long if you spread it out. The leftover waste-remnants of the food that your body can't u Large intestine
Is a loing tube that's about 1.5 inces to 2 inces around, and it's packed inside you beneath your stomach. I you stretched out an adult's small intestine, it would be about 22 feet long- that's like 22 notebooks lined up end to end, all in a row! The smal Small intestine
a stretchy pipe that's about 10 inches long. It moves food from back of your throat to your stomach. Esophagus
a special flap that flops down over the opening of your windpipe to make sure the food enter the esophagus and not the windpipe. Epiglottis
helps to send different juices to the first part of the small intestine that helps to digest food and allow the body to absorb minerals. Pancreas
helps to send different juices to the first part of the small intestine that helps digest food and allow the body to absorb nutrients. Gall Bladder
a tiny tube at the end of the large intestine. It's part of the digestive tract, but it doesn't seem to do anything. However it can cause big problems if it get infected and needs to be removed. Appendix
Created by: thomas316