Digestive
Respiratory
Circulatory
Excretory
Miscellaneous
100

The part of the digestive system where nutrients are absorbed.

Small Intestines

100

The part of the respiratory system that is also known as the windpipe.

Trachea

100

The part of the blood that allows it to clot when you are injured so that you stop bleeding.

Platelets

100

The primary function of the kidneys.

Filter waste from the blood.

100

The body system responsible for giving the body structure and support and protecting the body organs.

The Skeletal System

200

The part of the digestive system where the water is absorbed.

Large Intestine

200

Respiratory illness that occurs when fluid builds up the in the air sacs of the lungs.

Pneumonia

200

The main function of blood in your body.

To transport nutrients and oxygen throughout the body.

200

The primary function of the excretory system.

To remove waste from the body.
200

The body system responsible for fighting off diseases. 

The immune system.

300

Hydraulic acid breaking down food in the stomach is an example of this type of digestion.

Chemical Digestion

300

The main job of the respiratory system.

To provide OXYGEN to the body and remove carbon dioxide

300

The blood vessels that carry oxygen rich blood AWAY from the heart.

Arteries

300

Which of the following is not an organ that is involved in eliminating some type of waste: Lungs, Heart, Skin, and Kidneys.

Heart

300

Name all 5 of the immune system's first line of defense. 

Skin, Mucus, Tears, Saliva, and Stomach Acid

400

The wavelike muscle movements that aid in moving food through the digestive system.

Peristalsis

400

The dome shaped muscle that allows us to both inhale and exhale.

The diaphragm

400

The blood vessels that are responsible for exchanging nutrients and waste.  It is also the connection point for veins and arteries.

Capallaries

400
This is the pathway of urine starting at the kidneys.

Kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra

400

What two systems are working together when wave like muscle contractions mix food with gastric juices to break down food.

Muscular and Digestive

500

The type of digestion that takes place in the mouth.

Mechanical and Chemical Digestion

500

The millions of tiny air sacs in the lung where gas (oxygen) exchange occurs.

Alveoli

500

The blood vessels that carry the oxygen poor blood back to the heart.

Veins

500

People that have kidney disease can have their blood filtered of waste through this process.

Dialysis

500

The two systems that work together when you are jumping rope: Your brain needs to send messages to your muscles telling them to move.

Nervous and Muscular

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