The 10 inch tube that carries food from your mouth to the stomach.
An organ where gastric juices, made of hydrochloric acid and enzyme pepsinm, break down proteins in foods.
The first 10 inches of the small intestine and the area to compete the digestive process.
An organ which produces juices that help digesting fats and proteins in the duodenum.
33 small bones in the back that hep bend. It is also known as the backbone.
Largest bone in the body found in the thigh/upper leg.
The process the bones go through to harden.
The muscle that makes up the heart.
Elastic tissue that connect bones to muscles.
Tough tissue between each of the 33 bones in the vertebrae.
Large domed area that deals with reasoning, memory, senses, and problems.
Deeply folded area in the back of the brain which deals with movement and balance.
Outer layer of brain on the cerebrum which is made of grey matter.
3 layers of skin-like coverings on the brain and part of the spinal cord.
Largest artery in the body.
Upper chambers in the heart which recieve blood. (2 chambers)
Lower and muscular chambers in the heart which either pumps blood to the lungs or send blood to the body.
Clear liquid in which red and white blood cells float in.
Tiny air sacs in the lungs which absorb oxygen from air and remove carbon dioxide from blood.
Tough sheet of muscles that seperate the organs on the chest from the organs in the abdomen