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body systems

it is about yoru digestive and respiratory systems work

enzymes another name for saliva
esophagus long tube that crushed food goes done
stomach gastric juice turns solid food into liquid
small intestine absorbs nutrients
large intestine removes solid waste
3 types of teeth cutting, tearing, and grinding teeth
tapeworm parasite in the small intestine
cells smallest part of a living thing
cell membrane outer covering of cell
nucleus controls the cell
diffusion movement of materials in and out of cells
villi structures in small intestine that carry nutrients to cells
glucose food for the cell
Respiration = glucose + oxygen -> ENERGY+ water vapor+ carbon dioxide
air is mainly nitrogen
order of digestive 1. mouth 2. esophagus 3. stomach 4. small intestine 5. large intestine
trachea wind pipe
mucus sticky fluid catches germs
bronchial tubes straw like branches
air sacs fill with oxygen
capillaries tiny blood vessels
asthma bronchial tubes swell
bronchitis infection causes mucus to fill in bronchial tubes
emphysema air sacs over stretch and causes them to collapse
pneumonia air sacs fill with oily fluid
Created by: Lightningstar434