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Respiratory System, Muscular System, and Skelatal System.

Trachea, Res. The tube that connects the mouth and nose with the ___. A.K.A. Windpipe.
Bronchi, Res. Two tubes that connect the ___ to the lungs.
Alveoli, Res. Tiny air sacks in the lungs where O2 enters the blood and CO2 leaves the blood. O2 moves from the into the bloodstream. CO2 moves out of the bloodstream into the ___. Both processors are through the capillaries.
Lungs, Res. a respiritory ___ that moves air into and out of the body. The ___ bring in air that contains O2, and get rid of air that contains CO2.
Diaphram, Res. A sheet muscle below the ___. When the diaphram contracts, your lungs breathe in air. When it relaxes, your lungs breathe out air.
Cartilage, Skel. A flexible that cusions bones at ___. Pads of cartilage in joints keep the bones from rubbing against each other.
Skelatal Muscle, Skel. + Musc. Muscle that is attached to bones and moves them.
Involuntary Muscle, Musc. Muscle that contracts on it's own without you thinking about it.
Vertabra, Skel. One of the bones that form an animal's backbone.
Joint, Skel. A place where two or more joints meet.
Voluntary Muscle, Musc. Muscle that contracts when you tell it to.
Ball and Socket Joint Ball-shaped surface, cup-like depressoin, moves in almost all angles.
Hinge Joint A joint allowing movement in one angle only.
Pivot Joint A joint that allows for the turning of the head from side to side.
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