Muscular/Skeletal Digestive/Reproductive Excretory/Integumentary Nervous/Immune Circulatory/Respiratory

100

Bone Marrow
Red blood cells are made in the ____________

100

Peristalsis
After swallowing food, the food moves down the esophagus to the stomach due to a process of smooth muscle contractions known as __________

100

Non-specific
Skin is a ____________ defense system

100

Memory Cells
Cells in the immune system that remember viruses and bacteria so that you can defend against these invaders in the future are called ____________

100

deoxygenated / oxygenated
Generally, veins carry _____________ blood back to the heart and arteries carry __________ blood away from the heart and back to the body.

200

Ligaments / Tendons
____________ hold bones together in a joint. _________ hold muscles to bones.

200

Small Intestine
You get most of your nutrition from the food you eat after it moves into the _____________

200

Epidermis
The outer layer of skin is called __________

200

Neurotransmitter
AcH (acetylcholine) is a type of ____________

200

oxygen / hemoglobin
Red blood cells transport __________ to the body and get their red color from ____________, an iron-containing protein.

300

Contract
Actin & Myosin are proteins that help the muscles ________

300

Midpiece / Head
The mitochondria are found at the _________ of the sperm, and the nucleus is found at the _________ of the sperm.

300

Melanin
Name the chemical that determines skin color.

300

Brain and Spinal Cord
The central nervous system includes the ________ and _________

300

alveoli
The small air sacs at the end of the lungs are called ______

400

(1) Skeletal (2) Smooth (3) Cardiac
(1)___________ muscles are voluntary. (2)___________ muscles are involuntary. (3)__________ muscle is only found in the heart and is involuntary.

400

Placenta
The ____________ is an organ within the mother that provides respiration, nourishment, and excretion for a fetus.

400

Kidneys
The ___________ acts as a filter and produces urine as a waste product.

400

Somatic and Autonomic
The two sub-systems of the peripheral nervous system are ________ and ________

400

Diaphragm
The muscle that controls respiration in the lungs is called the _____________

500

Periosteum
Bones are a network of living cells surrounded by a tough layer of connective tissue called __________

500

(1) Ovary (2) Fallopian Tube (3) Uterus (4) Corpus Luteum (5) Menstruation
During ovulation the egg leaves the (1)________, enters the (2)____________, and finally to the (3)_________, where it implants to be ready for fertilization. If no fertilization occurs, the (4)__________ begins to be shed off in a process called (5)__________.

500

Homeostasis
If your kidneys fail (or any organ in your body for that matter) the balance in your body is thrown off. This balance is referred to as ____________.

500

Bacterial / Viral
Antibiotics are effective against _________ infections and have no effect on __________ infections.

500

Larynx
The vocal cords are found in the ___________

Physiology

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