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Chewing is what type of digestion?
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Chewing is what type of digestion?
Mechanical or Physical Digestion
What is the structure and function of the bladder?
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What is the structure and function of the bladder?
muscular sac; liquid waste storage
Smooth muscles are found......
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Smooth muscles are found......
blood vessels, lining of the stomach and many other internal organs
Waste in the body travels through the small intestine......
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Waste in the body travels through the small intestine......
the small intestine absorbs many nutrients then waste goes to the large intestine which absorbs water, but not nutrients
What is the role of the liver?
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What is the role of the liver?
The liver filters out food that is not good for you. The liver produces bile, which helps break down fats into small droplets.
What organ system includes the lungs?
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What organ system includes the lungs?
Respiratory
How does the respiratory system and the cardiovascular system work together?
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How does the respiratory system and the cardiovascular system work together?
The respiratory system obtains oxygen that is delivered to cells by the cardiovascular system.
How does blood travel around your body?
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How does blood travel around your body?
heart  arteries  capillaries  veins  heart
B cells, T cells, and macrophages are types of __________ blood cells.
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B cells, T cells, and macrophages are types of __________ blood cells.
white
What are the major parts of the respiratory system?
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What are the major parts of the respiratory system?
1. pharynx, 2. larynx, 3. trachea, 4. bronchi, 5. alveoli
How are babies born naturally?
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How are babies born naturally?
It will move out of the uterus and through the #!!##!!##!!##!!##!!##!!#.
A stimulus causes a ......
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A stimulus causes a ......
response
How does a virus effect your body?
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How does a virus effect your body?
Viral particles are engulfed by macrophages.
What carries nutrients around the body?
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What carries nutrients around the body?
blood; circulatory/ cardiovascular system
What type of vessels take blood away from the heart? What type of vessels take blood back toward the heart?
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What type of vessels take blood away from the heart? What type of vessels take blood back toward the heart?
arteries; veins
What gland is responsible for growth?
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What gland is responsible for growth?
pituitary
When we ingest sugar the endocrine system does what?
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When we ingest sugar the endocrine system does what?
relases more of the hormone that takes sugar out of the body
What systems eliminate waste from the body?
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What systems eliminate waste from the body?
digestive; excretory; integumentary
Uncontrolled growth of cells is caused by.....
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Uncontrolled growth of cells is caused by.....
Cancer
What is a vaccine?
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What is a vaccine?
a substance prepared from a killed or weakened pathogen that helps build the body’s immunity to a disease
What is the most important organ in the nervous system?
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What is the most important organ in the nervous system?
brain
What is the difference between aerobic and anaerobic activity?
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What is the difference between aerobic and anaerobic activity?
Aerobic activity increases muscle endurance, while anaerobic activity increases muscle strength.
What are the parts of a neuron?
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What are the parts of a neuron?
cell body, dendrites, axon, axon terminal
What happens if you have a weak heart muscle?
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What happens if you have a weak heart muscle?
You are weaker because nutrients cannot get to the rest of the body as fast.
Which type of joint is the elbow? What are the main types of joints?
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Which type of joint is the elbow? What are the main types of joints?
hinge; gliding, ball and socket, fixed
What part of the female reproductive system produces egg cells?
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What part of the female reproductive system produces egg cells?
ovaries




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