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Human Body Function

Human Body Functions

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Excretory System made up of organs that filter out and excrete cellular wastes, toxins, and excess water
Urea compound from broken down protein excreted along with excess water and other waste
Kidney organ that filters blood to remove waste collected from all cells
Bladder organ that holds urine until it leaves the body
Urine waste liquid containing water, salts, and waste
Ureter tube that carries liquid waste from the kidney to the bladder
Urethra carries urine from the bladder to outside the body
Nervous System group of specialized organs, tissues, and cells that work together to carry messages through the body; direct behavior, movement, and processes
Neuron nerve cell
Brain Stem part of brain in control of: heart beating, breathing, digestion, reflexes
Cerebrum part of brain in control of: smelling, kicking a ball, figuring out a math problem, largest part of the brain
Cerebellum part of brain in control of: balance and coordination
Spinal cord a bundle of nerves that messages travel up and down the body to and from the brain
Peripheral nerves a network of nerves that branch out; send and receive messages to From the brain
Heart cause blood to flow through body by its pumping action
Blood vessels tubes made of smooth muscle that carry blood throughout the body
Cardiac muscle muscle tissue of the heart
Arteries carries oxygenated blood and nutrients
Veins carries waste product like carbon dioxide from the body back to the heart
Capillaries small blood vessels where oxygen and carbon dioxide exchanged
Blood composed of red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma, and platelets
Arteries carries blood into kidneys
Brain Stem Part of brain in control of: heart beating
Cerebrum Part of brain in control of: smelling
Cerebrum Part of brain in control of: kicking a ball
Brain Stem Part of brain in control of: breathing
Brain Stem Part of brain in control of: digestion
Cerebrum Largest part of brain
Cerebellum Part of brain in control of: balance and coordination
Brain Stem Part of brain in control of: reflexes
Cerebrum Part of brain in control of: figuring out a math problem
Veins Carries filtered blood out of the kidneys
Nasal Passage Collects, moistens, and heats air from the environment
cells-tissues-organs-organ systems-organism What is the order of organization in the body from least to most complex?
Circulatory and Digestive Systems What two systems directly work together to give your cells nutrients?
Circulatory and Excretory Systems What two systems directly work together to empty your body of liquid waste?
Circulatory and Respiratory Systems What two systems work directly to exchange gases with your blood and the air?
Nervous System What system controls all other systems?
Muscular and Skeletal What two systems directly work together to help your body move?
Bone Main organ of skeletal system
Joint Location where bones meet
Tendon Connects muscles to bones
Ligaments Connects bones to bones
Trachea Windpipe
Bronchi Tube that moves air from trachea to lungs
Trachea Moves air from nose to lungs
Diaphragm Muscle that aids in the breathing process
Lungs Main organ where gases are exchanged
Alveoli Small structure that connects to capillaries and location of gas exchange
Make bile Liver
Stores bile Gallbladder
Created by: cnhoesli