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VCMS Human Body 1

Integumentary, Skeletal, Muscular, Respiratory and Circulatory

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Which system are Skin, Hair and Nails in? Integumentary System
Which system protects the body? Integumentary System
Which system maintains your body's temperature? Integumentary System
Which system eliminates waste through perspiration? Integumentary System
Which system gathers information sensory response? Integumentary System
Which system produces Vitamin D? Integumentary System
Which system works with your Immune System? Integumentary System
Which system provides shape and support for muscles? Skeletal System
Which system protects the internal organs? Skeletal System
Which system attaches muscles to the bone? Skeletal System
Which system makes red blood cells? Skeletal System
Which systems stores calcium and minerals? Skeletal System
What are the bones in your fingers and toes called? Phalanges
Where two or more bones come together? Joint
What allows bones to move in different ways? Joints
What attaches bone to bone? Ligaments
What system provides movement for the Skeletal System? Muscular System
What system contracts and relaxes? Muscular System
Scoliosis is a disease of which system? Skeletal System
Fractures can occur in which system? Skeletal System
What are the three types of Muscle Tissue? Skeletal Tissue, Smooth Tissue and Cardiac Tissue
What is muscle that you can control? Voluntary Muscle
What is muscle that you can not control? Involuntary Muscle
Is Skeletal Muscle voluntary or involuntary muscle? Voluntary Muscle
Which type of Muscle Tissue attaches to bones and allows us to move? Skeletal Muscle
Which type of Muscle Tissue tires quickly and needs to rest? Skeletal Muscle
What attaches muscles to bones? Tendons
What type of Muscle Tissue is striated? Skeletal Muscle
Is Smooth Muscle voluntary or involuntary? Involuntary Muscle
What type of Muscle Tissue is only found in your internal organs? Smooth Muscle
What type of Muscle Tissue can work for long periods of time without becoming tired? Smooth Muscle
Is Cardiac Muscle voluntary or involuntary? Involuntary Muscle
What type of Muscle Tissue is only found in the heart? Cardiac Muscle
What type of Muscle Tissue has cells that have their own rhythm and can beat on their own? Cardiac Muscle
Which system moves oxygen from the environment and into the body? Respiratory System
Which system removes carbon dioxide and water from the body? Respiratory System
Which muscle contracts and relaxes for breathing to occur? Diaphragm
Asthma is a disease of which system? Respiratory System
Which system carries needed substances to the cells? Circulatory System
Which system carries waste away from the cells? Circulatory System
Which system contains blood cells to help fight disease? Circulatory System
Which blood vessels carry blood away from your heart? Arteries
Which blood vessels carry blood between the arteries and the veins? Capillaries
Which blood vessels exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide? Capillaries
Which blood vessels carry blood back toward your heart? Veins
A stroke is a condition in which system? Circulatory System
What carries oxygen to your cells and carbon dioxide away from the cells? Blood
What carries waste products to your kidneys? Blood
Where does blood carry waste products to? Kidneys
What does blood carry to your cells? Oxygen and Nutrients
What does blood carry away from your cells? Carbon Dioxide
What transports nutrients to your cells? Blood
What helps fight infection? Blood
What is made up of red and white blood cells, platelets and plasma? Blood Tissue
Where type of blood cell has no nucleus? Red Blood Cells
What are the different blood types? A, B, AB and O
Which blood type is the universal donor? O
Which blood type is the universal receiver? AB
What is the liquid part of the blood? Plasma
What is plasma made up of? Water
What supplies the body with oxygen? Red Blood Cells
What fights infection? White Blood Cells
What helps to plug up a wound? Platelets
What disease affects white blood cells? Leukemia
What disease affects red blood cells? Sickle Cell Anemia
Which system collects tissue fluid and returns it to the blood? Lymphatic System
Which system has fluid called lymph in it? Lymphatic System
Which system are the Thymus, Tonsils, Lymph Nodes and Spleen in? Lymphatic System
Which system are the Nasal Cavity, Trachea and Lung in? Respiratory System
Which system are the Larynx, Bronchial Tubes and Alveoli in? Respiratory System
Which system is the Heart in? Circulatory System
Which system are the Cranium, Tibia and Femur in? Skeletal System
Which system are Abdominals, Triceps and Gluteals in? Muscular System
Created by: Mrs. Carter