Respiratory System
Digestive System - Large Organs
Digestive System - Small Organs
Other Digestion Fun
Grab Bag
100
This is the scientific name for the throat.
What is the pharynx?
100
Where does digestion begin?
What is the mouth?
100
This is the location of the salivary glands.
What is the mouth?
100
This chemical helps your body break down fat.
What is bile?
100
This is why your body needs oxygen and food.
What is to make ATP?
200
This is the name of the small air sacs in the lungs that are very thin and covered with capillaries.
What are alveoli?
200
This organ can be up to 6 meters long and is where most of the nutrients in your food get absorbed into the bloodstream.
What is the small intestine?
200
This is one of the jobs of the liver.
What is remove toxins; produce bile; make, store, release glucose; recycle old blood cells (you just need one)
200
This is the scientific name for poop.
What is feces?
200
This is the flap that stops food from going down your trachea.
What is the epiglottis?
300

This is the part of the nose that traps bacteria, dirt, and dust.

What is mucus?

300
This organ contains acid to help dissolve your food and kill bacteria.
What is the stomach?
300
This organ stores bile.
What is the gallbladder?
300
This the name for special chemicals that help your body break down food.
What are enzymes?
300
These are the small blood vessels that surround the alveoli.
What are capillaries?
400

This is the gas your respiratory system helps you get rid of

What is carbon dioxide?

400

The large intestine's main job is to absorb this.

What is water?

400
This organ may store helpful bacteria.
What is the appendix?
400
This is an indigestible part of many fruits and vegetables that helps keep you full and helps you poop.
What is fiber?
400
This is the name of the enzyme in your stomach that works well in stomach acid and is good at breaking down proteins.
What is pepsin?
500
What ORGAN does oxygen go to next after it leaves the alveoli?
What is the heart?
500
These are located in the small intestine and absorb nutrients and transfer them to the bloodstream.
What are villi?
500

This is the main job of the pancreas.

What is to make digestive enzymes?

500
This is the enzyme in your liver that breaks down toxic hydrogen peroxide into water and oxygen.
What is catalase?
500
This is the name of the tiny projections on top of the villi that increase the surface area of the small intestine even more so you absorb more food.
What are microvilli?
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