Circulatory
Skeletal
Immune
Nervous
Muscular
100

What does the heart do?

It pumps blood.

100

What do bones do?

Serve as a frame for the body, store nutrients, create red and white blood cells, protect our vital organs, or work with the muscular system to help us move.

100

What does your immune system do?

Protect the body from outside invaders.

100

The brain is divided into three parts.

The cerebrum, cerebellum, and medulla.

100

What are the three types of muscles?

Skeletal, smooth, cardiac.

200

What are capillaries?

the smallest blood vessel in your body.

200

How many bones does an adult human have?

206

200

Are allergies innate or acquired?

Innate

200

The peripheral nervous system includes...

all nerves outside of you central nervous system

200

Interacts with what other body systems to help us move?

The skeletal system

300

What is the Aorta?

The largest artery in the body.

300

What lines our joints and gives structure to your ears, nose, and more?

Cartilage

300

Which type of immune system changes throughout your life?

Acquired immune system.

300

The central nervous system includes..

the brain and spinal cord

300

How are muscles attached to bones?

By tendons

400

Which one takes the blood away from the heart? Veins or arteries?

Arteries

400

What connects two bones? Tendons or ligaments?

Ligaments

400

What do white blood cells do?

Fight off infection and illness

400

What does the cerebrum control?

Voluntary movements and senses

400

What happens when you exercise?

Your muscle tear and bit then repair themselves which makes you stronger.

500

What speed does blood circulate at?

3.5 mph

500

True or false: When a baby is born it only has cartilage and no bones.

False.

500

True or false: a fever means the body is fighting off a sickness

true

500

Your spinal cord carries messages back and forth between your...

brain and body

500

What type of muscle is your heart?

Cardiac muscle

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