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TermDefinition
Cerebrum Largest part of the Brain.
Temporal lobe Used for language and comprehension.
Occipital lobe Used for vision.
Brain Stem Controls basic body functions such as breathing, swallowing, and heart rate.
Brain Where all of the information is sent and reviced. Also has lobes.
Heart Main part of the Circulatory System. It gives the blood air and delivers it to the rest of the body.
Right Atrium Gets the blood and stores it there until there is enough blood to open the valve that leads to the right ventricle.
Tendons They connect muscle to bones.
Homeostasis The balance of keeping nutrients equal.
Musclar System System of Muscles.
Smooth Muscle A muscle that is in hollow areas.
Skeletal Muscle They are Muscles that are connected to the bone.
Cardiac Muscle It is the heart.
Ligaments They connect bones to bones.
Liver Produces bile and also converts ammonia.
Lungs Inhaled oxygen and exhales the carbon dioxide.
Left ventricle Pumps blood that comes from the left atrium through the aorta.
Created by: hello121