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Study Guide Ch 5

Body Systems Work Together

QuestionAnswer
What part of a fish has a similar function to human lungs? Gills
Body parts work together to do certain things. Which of these are the Most Important parts that work together to allow a person to see? Eyes and Brain
What is an organ system? A group of body parts that work together
Ashton picked up a marble. Which statement best explains how the bones in her fingers helped her pick up the marble? They provided support to the fingers
Which two systems work together when the kidneys filter waste from the blood? The excretory and circulatory systems
Austin is lifting weights. Which statement best explains how Austin's skeletal and muscular systems work together to lift the weights? The muscle contracts to move the bones in the arm
Which path does the blood follow when it enters the heart from the body? Top right chamber to the lower right chamber, Lungs, top left chamber, lower left chamber
Which of these best shows the path of food through the body? Mouth, Esophagus, Stomach, Small Intestine, Large Intestine
Which statement best describes how two organ systems work together to deliver oxygen and remove carbon dioxide? The respiratory system takes in oxygen that the circulatory system moves to the body. The circulatory system carries the carbon dioxide waste to be removed to the lungs
As part of her science project, Holli described a group of organs that breaks food down into nutrients the body can use. Which group of organs did Holli describe? The digestive System
Which statement best describes the function of the muscular system? It moves bones and causes movement in other parts of the body
What group of organs has the main role of removing waste from the blood? The Excretory System
Which of these do all vertebrates have in common? A mass of nerve cells called the brain
Which statement best describes the function of the nervous system? It takes in information and tells your body how to respond
Which of these is an example of how the nervous system interacts with the body's other systems? The brain controls the movement of the body
David is writing a paper about sense organs. Which organ should he include in his paper? Lungs
Which of the following best describes the function of the respiratory system? To take oxygen into the body and remove carbon dioxide
How does the circulatory system help keep the human body working? It carries blood and oxygen to the body and carries waste away from the body
How does the heart help the circulatory system work properly? The heart pushes blood to the lungs and body
How does an organ differ from an organ system? Organs are individual body parts such as bones, muscles, or nerves, and an organ system is several body parts working together to complete a job
A___________is a group of organs that works together to do a specific job in the body. Organ System
The_______removes wastes from the blood. Excretory System
The________breaks food down into nutrients the body can use. Digestive System
The________carries blood and oxygen to all parts of the body and carries wastes away. Circulatory System
The___________takes oxygen into the body and removes carbon dioxide. Respiratory System
The____________takes in information from the environment and tells the body how to respond. Nervous System
Bones Support and Protection
Muscles Help you move and grip
Heart Pumps Blood
Lungs Breath
stomach and intestines to digest
kidneys move waste from blood away from the body
brain and nerves control your body and tell it what to do
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