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unit 6 mcciller

science midterm

the average of a given set of data.Determained by adding the values together mean
the middle numberof a givenset of data determainedby putting the values in order and choosing the middle number median
the the value that occurs the most often in a given set of data mode
the distance between the lowest and the highest values ina given set of data range
stages of the human growth and developement 1. infancy 2.childhood 3. childhood 4. young adulthood 4. olderadult
function: voulantary or involuntary controls functions of the organs Major organs: brain, spinal cord nervous system
Function:system oxygen and removes carbon dioxide Major organs: lungs, diaphragm, mouth, and nose Respitory system
Functions: provides support and shape Major organs bones, cartilage, joints Skeletal system
Functions: provides movement of the body Major organs: muscles, tendons Muscular system
Functions: turns food into energy Major organs: stomach, intestines Digestive system
Functions: provides blood and oxygen to the body Major organs: heart, blood vessels Circulatory system
Functions: produxes harmons major organs pancreas glands Endocrine system
Functions: rides the body of excess salts and water Major organs: kidneys, bladder Uniary system
Function: gets rid of waste from the body through the restpitory system, uniary system, epidermal system, and digestive system Excritory system
What is the function of the respitory system? takes in oxygen
What are some major organs of the restpitory system lungs, nose, mouth, and diaphragm
What does the circulatory system do? pums oxygen through blood to all parts of the body.
how is glucose used in the circulatory system it is used to create blood
what does the digestive system do breaks down glucose
when the digestive system brreaks down the glucose , what does it creat? it creats energy
in the nervous system, what is the largest muscle in your body? the brain is the largest muscle in your body
the brain uses glucose as feul to keep brain cells alive, what is the feul used to create it is used to create energy
in the muscular system the muscles use oxygen to do what the oxygen is used to work
when the oxygen runs out the muscles break down what they break down glucose
Created by: mcclain789525