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5th grade human body

Skeletal system System that protects and gives support to the body.
Circulatory system System that transports materials throughout the body.
Muscular system System that allows the body to move.
Nervous system System that controls all the body's functions.
Digestive system System that breaks down nuturients for the body.
Respiratory system System responsible for bringin oxygen into the body and eliminating carbon dioxide waste from the body.
Excretory system System responsible for eliminating waste products from the body.
Mouth Where digestion begins
Small intestine Where most digestion takes place
Arteries Blood vessels that take blood away from the heart
Veins Blood vessels that take blood to the heart
Capillaries Smallest blood vessels
Tendon Tissue that ties muscle to bone
Ligaments Tissue that links the bones together
Involuntary muscles Muscles that cannot be controled (Cardiac and Smooth)
Voluntary muscles Muscles that can be controled (skeletal)
Red blood cells Carry oxygen
White blood cells Fight infection
Plasm Liquid part of blood
Platelets Cells that clot blood, prevent bleeding
Created by: msmoescience