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The Human Body

Systems of the body

The long tube that leads to the Stomach? Oesophgus.
J shaped bag? Stomach.
The Digestive System starts here? Mouth.
A ring of muscle that waste goes out? Anus.
The waste sit here waiting to be released out the Anus? Rectum.
White pegs that help chew food? Teeth.
A muscle in your mouth that helps chew food? Tounge.
A liquid the digest large fat particels? Bile.
An enzyme found in the mouth that breaks down starch? Amylase.
Long Digestive tube in the human digestive system? Small Intestines.
Produce Bile? Liver.
Small pores or openings in the lining of the stomach. Caused due to the presense of excessive acid ot bacteria in the stomach? Ulcers.
The organ in charge of making insulin? Pancreas.
Caused due to the presence of additional water in the intestines, The waste can become very watery? Diarrhea.
The movement ofd food though the digestive system? Peristalsis.
Increase the surface area for absorbing broken down food products on the small intestines? Villi.
Digestive organ: main responsibility is to remove water? large Intestines.
Where bile is stored? Gall Bladder.
top and bottom towards the back. Gines food? Molar
Between the moloars and the canine helps break bown food bu rolling and crushing? Pre-molar
4 front and top. Cuts food. incisor.
2 top and bottom. shearing and tearing food? Canine.
eats plants? herbivore.
eats meat? carnivore.
eats plants and animals? omnivore.
eats insects? insectivore.
what are three things the hart is made up of? hart, blood, and blood vessels.
pumps oxygen in and carbon dioxide out? hart.
what are the 4 chambers? left ventricle, right ventricle, left atrium, right atrium.
carries blood AWAY from hart? arteries.
smallest blood vessel? capillaries.
transports blood TO the hart? vein.
where does oxygen enter the blood? Alviolie.
which two muscles help to control breathing in? diaphragm and intercostal.
Created by: oweann110