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Human body stack

TermDefinition
Alveoli a small air containing compartment in which gases are exchanged in the lungs
Artery any part of the elastic walled vessels that carry blood from the heart throughout the body
Atrium The part of the heart that receives blood and pumps it into the ventricles
Ball and socket joint A type of joint in which a ball shaped end of
Bladder A membrane like sac in mammals that stores liquids or gases
Brain The part of the nervous system that controls the rest of the body
Bronchi bronchial tubes
Bronchioles A minute thin walled branch of a bronchus
Bronchus Either of two long tubes that lead from the Trachea to the left or right lung
Cappilaries one of the smallest blood tubes that connect arteries and veins
Cardiac muscle the principle involuntary muscle tissue of the vertebrae heart that expands and contracts in beat
Cardiovascular system the system of the body that includes the heart and veins
Cartilage A bone like material that composes the ears and noses
Cerebellum The part of the brain that helps with muscle coordination
Cerebrum the part of the brain that helps with
Chemical digestion When the body digests materials with acids and saliva
Circulatory system the combination of all the hearts and veins
Diaphragm The part of the body that connects the holly chest cavity to the rest of the body
Digestive system The stomach, intestines, etc.
Epiglottis A flap that keeps small matter from entering the lungs while eating
Excretory system The bodily system that removes liquid waste from the body,
Gallbladder A small organ that stores bile from the liver
Gliding joint A joint in which one of the bones 'glides' in the joint
Hinge joint A joint where one bone hinges around the other, allowing for more force
Hypothalamus
Immovable joint
Kidney
Large intestine
Larynx
Ligament
Liver
Lungs
Mechanical digestion
Medulla oblongata
Muscular system
Nervous system
Neuron
Pancreas
Peristalsis
Pharynx
Plasma
Platelets
Red blood cells
Respiratory system
Saddle joint
Skeletal muscle
Skeletal system
Small intestine
Smooth muscle
Spinal cord
Stomach
Tendon
Thalamus
Trachea
Ureter
Urethra
Urine
Valves
Vein
Ventricle
Vertebrae
White blood cells
Created by: parker.fletcher