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Ch. 2 Science 5th grade St. Clair

What structures stretch across the inside of the larnyx and allow you to speak? Vocal cords
What are the tiny, thin-walled chambers inside the lungs? airsacs
What bendable body material make the windpipe stiff? cartilage
The dome - shaped muscle that separates teh chest from the stomach is called the what? Diaphram
What does the windpipe divide into that goes to each lung? trachea
What is the voice box called? larnyx
Name the body system that works to bring air into and out of the body? respiratory system
When you exhale, you do what? breathe out carbon dioxide
The two spongy bags in the chest that fill with air are called what? Lungs
What do we call the number of times a person inhales in one minute? Breathing rate.
The teeth at the back of the mouth are called what? molars
The long, coiled organ where most digestion takes place is called what? Small intestine
What is the passage that connects the throat to the lungs called? trachea
That organ that absorbs water and salts from the undigested material is called what? Large intestines
The tube that connects the mouth to the stomach is called what? esophagus
When you inhale you do what? Breathe in oxygen.
Digestive system where food is broken down into a form that the body cells can use.
Saliva the watery liquid that moistens the mouth and food.
Enzymes chemicals in the body that help break down food.
Peristalsis a wavelike motion that moves food along in the esophagus.
stomach a muscular organ that stores food and helps it digest
Respitory system parts of the body that work together to take in air and push it out.
Larynx voice box
Bronchial tubes carry air from the trachea to the lungs.
air sacs thin walled chambers through which oxygen moves into the blood.
Created by: mr.miller