Skeletal/Muscular
Nervous
Digestive/Respiratory
Circulatory/Cardiovascular
Connections/Similarities
100

The body system that is responsible for pulling on the bones to elicit movement

What is the Muscular System?

100

This is another name for the Nervous System

What is the "Control Center" of the body?

100

The responsibility of the Digestive System

What is to break down food into energy and nutrients for the body?

100

The responsibility of the Cardiovascular System

What is to transport blood throughout the body?

100

The connection between the Muscular, Nervous, and Skeletal Systems

What is the ability to move around? Nervous tells Muscular to move the Skeletal

200

The three types of muscles found in the body

What are the Cardiac, Skeletal, and Smooth Muscles

200

The location(s) of the Nervous System 

What is everywhere in the body?

200

The responsibility of the Respiratory System

What is to take in oxygen for the body?

200

This is used to help the blood circulate throughout the body

What is the heart?

200

The similarity between the Nervous and Circulatory Systems

What is both can be find throughout the majority of the body?

300

The amount of bones in the average adult human body

What is 206?

300

The responsibility of the Nervous System

What is sending signals to different parts of the body to make that part move or act?

300

The organs mostly associated with the Respiratory System

What are the lungs?

300

True or False: The heart is an organ

What is False? The heart is a muscle

300

The connection between the Cardiovascular, Digestive, and Respiratory Systems

What is bringing in nutrients and carrying them throughout the body? Digestive and Respiratory bring in nutrients and oxygen so that the Cardiovascular can take it all throughout the body

400

The muscles that are known to act on their own and out of our control

What are involuntary muscles?

400

True or False: The Nervous System is always at work

What is True?

400

The amount of locations or stages of the Digestive System

What is 5? (6 if you include the exit)

400

The location in which red blood cells are developed for the body

What is the center of our bones?

400

The connection between the Muscular System and the Respiratory System

What is the movement of the diaphragm? (The muscle that moves our lungs)

500

The four main objectives for the Skeletal System

What is protecting the organs, giving the body structure, giving the body shape, and producing red blood cells?

500

The reason you feel pain or temperature changes or tickles everywhere around your body

What are Nerve Cells (neurons) that transmit signals from that part of the body to the brain?

500

All of the body parts associated with the Digestive System AND the Respiratory System (8 total; name at least 5)

What are the Nose, Mouth, Trachea, Esophagus, Stomach, Lungs, Small Intestine, and Large Intestine?

500

The location(s) of the Circulatory System

What is everywhere in the body?

500

The amount of connections the Nervous System has to the other body systems

What is 5? The nervous system is involved with every other body system

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