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Bella S1

Breathing and Digestion

QuestionAnswer
What type of tooth is used for biting and cutting incisor
What are incisors used for? biting and cutting
What do we call the bones that protect the lungs? Ribs
What is used to measure tidal volume and vital capacity? Spirometer
What type of tooth is used for ripping and tearing? Canine
What does Vital Capacity measure? The maximum volume of air that can be breathed out.
What are Canines used for? Ripping and Tearing
What do you call the maximum volume of air that can be breathed out? Vital Capacity
What is the function of the molars and pre-molars? Crushing & Grinding food
What teeth are used for crushing and grinding food? Molars and pre-molars
What is “Peak Flow”? The maximum speed of air when breathing out.
What is the function of the Rectum? Stores Faeces (solid waste)
What is the function of the gullet (Oesophagus)? Passes food onto the stomach
What is the name for the tube that we breathe through in our neck? Windpipe (or Trachea)
What is the function of the stomach? Mixes food with digestive juices
What is the function of the small intestine? Completes digestion and allows soluble foods to pass into the blood.
What is the function of the Large intestine? Absorbs water and minerals from waste (faeces)
Does the diaphragm contract or relax when you breathe in? Contract
What is the name for the tube that we swallow food down in our neck? Gullet (or Oesophagus)
What is the name for the 2 main tubes that connect to each lung? Bronchi
Does the diaphragm move UP or DOWN when you breathe in? Down
How do the ribs move when you breathe in? They move UP & OUT
What do you call the maximum speed of air breathed out? Peak Flow
What is used to measure Peak Flow? A Peak Flow Meter
What gas do we want to get RID of when we breathe? Carbon dioxide
What is the name of the part of the lung where “gas exchange” takes place? Air sacs or (Alveoli)
What is the name for all of the small tubes in each lung? Bronchioles
What is the function of the mouth in digestion? Its teeth break food into small pieces and saliva lubricates food to make it easier to swallow.
Created by: nscobie