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Which system is responsible for support and protection? Skeletal System
Whch system cleans your blood? Urinary System
Which system provides protection and maintains homeostasis? Integumentary System
What are the four main tissue types? Epithelial, muscle, nervous, connective
Which part of the bone makes red blood cells? Bone Marrow
Which part of the bone has open spaces to provide strength with out weight? Spongy Bone
All bone starts out as? Cartilage
What joint allows your ankle and wrist to move? Sliding joint
Where do two bones come together? joint
What connects bone to bone? Ligament
What connects bone to muscle? Tendons
Smooth muscle is found where? Blood vessels and digestive system
What is an example of a voluntary muscle? Skeletal muscle
What is the type of muscle that bends called? Flexor
What is the type of muscle that straightens called? Extensor
What is the top layer of skin called? Epidermis
What are the two parts of respiration? Breathing and cellular respiration
Another name for the throat? Pharynx
Another name for the voice box? Larynx
The tiny air sacs in the lungs are called? Alveoli
Dome shaped muscle that helps you breathe? Diaphragm
Emphysema is a disease of what system? Respiratory system
What is plasma? The fluid portion of the blood
What is the function of the Red Blood Cell? Carries oxygen
What is the function of the White Blood Cell? Destroy pathogens
What is the function of platelets? Make clots
Right atrium gets blood from where? Body
Right venticle sends blood where? Lungs
Left atrium gets blood from where? Lungs
Left ventricle sends blood where? Body
Largest blood vessel? Artery
Smallest blood vessel? Capillary
Arteries bring blood where? Away from the heart
Circulation of blood Through the heart and the body? Systemic circulation
Which blood type is the universal recipient? Type AB
What structure prevents blood from flowing backwards? valves
Which blood type is the universal donor? Type O
What is Atherosclerosis? Fatty material builds up on the inside of blood vessels
What is mechnical digestion? Crushing, smashing, of food
What structure is responsible for mechanical digestion the mouth? Teeth
What structure is responsible for chemical digestion in the stomach? Acid
What structure helps nutrients get absorbed into the blood? Villi
What are the three secondary organs of digestion? Liver, gallbladder, pancreas
How does the esophagus squeeze food into the stomach? Peristalsis
What is the soupy mixture in the stomach called? Chyme
What is the function of the large intestine? Compact and absorb water
Where is bile made? Liver
Where is bile stored? Gallbladder
What is the function of bile? Breaks down fat
What does the pancreas secrete that regulates blood sugar? Insulin
Heartburn is a disease of which system? Digestive system
What are the microscopic structures called that filter blood? Nephrons
What are the structures that conect the kindneys and bladder called? Ureters
What structure takes urine out of the body? Urethra
What structure stores urine? Bladder
If you need to be placed on a dialysis machine then you have a problem with what organs? Kidneys
Asthma and Emphysema are diseases of what system? Respiratory System
Created by: mmccoy