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The vessels that return blood to the heart veins
The process in which your body breaks down the food you eat digestion
A tissue that is made of liquid, cell parts, and two types of cells blood
A group of organs that work together to remove a liquid wastes from the blood Urinary System
The release of this waste from the body excretion
The removal of liquid wastes from the body urination
windpipe trachea
Large cells that help you stay healthy by fighting infection and protecting the body from foreign particals WBC or white blood cells
Flap or tissue cavers thee trachea(windpipe) epiglottis
Transports oxygen and carbon dioxide through the body RBC or red blood cells
Separates solid(rectum) and liquid waste(bladder) large intestines
The waste products are mixed with excess water to form a liquid waste urine
Large sponge like organs in which oxygen and carbon dioxide pass between the blood and the environment lungs
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart arteries
Substances in food that your body needs to function properly nutrients
Place to store solid waste until you defecate(poop) rectum
Makes food moister so that you can swallow better saliva
When the bladder is full, the waste leaves the body through a single tube like structure urethra
Takes most of the nutrients out of the foods(digestion is complex in this process small intestines
throat pharynx
Nephrons remove the waste from the blood filtration
A dome shaped muscle beneath lungs diaphram
Tiny air sacs alveoli
A muscular, bag like organ that stores the liquid waste until it can be released from the body bladder
Carries gasses through the body hemoglobin
Carries nutrients, hormones, and waste products from one part of the body to another plasma
Cell fragments that help repair blood vessels and form blood clots platelets
Where materials such as oxygen, carbon dioxide, nutrients and waste product enter and leave the blood stream capillaries
Tube that allows air to enter the lungs bronchi
The inner wall of the small intestine is covered by finger like projection villi
The body system that brings oxygen to the body and removes carbon dioxide from the body Respiratory System
A system made of three parts: your heart, blood vessels and blood Circulatory System
Inside your kidneys are microscopic filters that remove harmful products from the blood nephrons
the simplest unit of all livinbg things cells
a group of similar cells that work together to preform a single function tissue
two or more tissues that work together to preform a special function organ
a group of organs that work together to complete a specific task in the body. body system
the body system that gathers and integrates information about the body's internal and external environments and that responds to that information. Nervous system
messages that carry infomation that helps the organs and body systems carry out their functions correctly nerve impulses
the major organ of the nervous system that will ; the mass of the nervous tissue that is located inside the skull. brain
the largest and most complex part of the brain and controls senses and memories. cerebrum
the second largest part of your brain and controls muscle balance and posture cerebellum
the part of your brain that connects to the spinal cord controls heart rate, breathing, blood pressure. brain stem
a bundle of nervous tissue that is about a foot and a half long and is surrounded by the backbone spinal cord
a bundle of cells that conducts electrical signals from one part to another nerve
a network of tissues and organs that releases chemicals that controls certain body function endocrine system
chemicals that travel in the blood that cause changes in certain parts of the body. hormones
a tissue or group of tissues that makes and releases chemicals gland
a living organ made of bone cells, connective tissues and minerals bone
bone, cartilidge and the special structures that connect them. skeletal system
the ends of many bones are covered by soft flexible tissue cartilidge
a place in the body when two or more bones connect joint
the bones in most joints are held together by flexible bands of connective tissue ligaments
connected like a hinge of the door which allows movement back and forth in one direction hinge joint
allows little or no movement such as in our skull fixed joint
the end of one bone shaped like a ball and fits like a cup shape space of another bone and allows the bone to rotate in all directions ball and socket joint
one bone in a pivot joint rotates around the axis of the other bone and joint pivotal joint
when bones are moved out of place dislocation
any tissue that is made of cells or fibers that contract and expand movement muscle
makes of many of your internal organs including your stomach and intestines smooth muscle
muscle found in the heart cardiac muscle
the muscle attached to the bones skeletal muscle
the muscle that move your body muscular system
skeletal muscle is attached to bones by connective tissue tendons
to straighten the arms, tricep muscles has to contract extension
to bend the arm at the elbow the bicep muscle contracts flexion
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