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MVMS Resp & Excr

MVMS Respiratory & Excretory

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Alveoli Clusters of air sacs in the lungs
Bronchi Two tubes that branch off the trachea
Diaphragm The muscle at the bottom of your chest that causes your lungs to expand when you inhale.
Epiglottis Covers the opening to the trachea when you swallow
Respiration In the body cells, food and oxygen combine to produce energy
Trachea Windpipe
Bladder Stores urine
Excretion Process by which cellular wastes are removed from the body
Kidneys Organs that regulate the amount of liquid in the body
Nephrons Microscopic filtering factories of the kidneys
Urea A nitrogen waste product found in sweat and urine.
Urethra Tube through which urine leaves the body
Created by: bonniehodder