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Digestive system and Excretory System
Digestive system
Mouth
Epiglottis
Esophagus
The system where food is broken down into a substance that th…
Where teeth grid food and where saliva chemicaly breaks down…
The flat peice of tissue that prevents food from entering the…
Carries food to the stomach.
Digestive system
The system where food is broken down into a substance that th…
Mouth
Where teeth grid food and where saliva chemicaly breaks down…
37 terms
Digestive and excretory system
the mouth
teeth
amylase enzyme
mucus
mechanical and chemical digestion
breaks up food (mechanical digestion)
digests starch (chemical digestion) found in saliva and made…
prodcued in mouth, protects the soft lining of the digestive…
the mouth
mechanical and chemical digestion
teeth
breaks up food (mechanical digestion)
11 terms
Digestive and Excretory System Organs
Mouth
Esophagus
Stomach
Small intestine
Mechanically and chemically breaks down food. Where digestion…
The muscular tube that connects the mouth and the stomach
Chemically digests food using acid
Absorbs nutrients from the digested food
Mouth
Mechanically and chemically breaks down food. Where digestion…
Esophagus
The muscular tube that connects the mouth and the stomach
17 terms
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM/ EXCRETORY SYSTEM
ANUS
STOMACH
SMALL INTESTINE
SALIVA
ANO
ESTÓMAGO
INTESTINO DELGADO... intestino delgado
SALIVA
ANUS
ANO
STOMACH
ESTÓMAGO
10 terms
Digestive and excretory system
What body part does food pass through?
Where does the food decomposition stat?
What is the function of the stomach?
What happen with food when arrive?
esophagus, stomach, small intestine and large intestine
saliva
is to break down food
In the small intestines tiny folds deliver nutrients to the b…
What body part does food pass through?
esophagus, stomach, small intestine and large intestine
Where does the food decomposition stat?
saliva
Digestive and Excretory Systems
epithelial tissue
connective tissue
nervous tissue
muscle tissue
A body tissue that covers the surfaces of the body, inside an…
Animal tissue that functions mainly to bind and support other…
A body tissue that carries electrical messages back and forth…
A body tissue that contracts or shortens, making body parts m…
epithelial tissue
A body tissue that covers the surfaces of the body, inside an…
connective tissue
Animal tissue that functions mainly to bind and support other…
12 terms
Digestive and Excretory systems
digestive system
digestion
enzymes
saliva
converts food into usable energy
process of changing food into material the body can use
proteins that help breakdown food
(spit) fluid that softens food, has enzymes to aid digestion
digestive system
converts food into usable energy
digestion
process of changing food into material the body can use
10 terms
Digestive and excretory system
Where does food composition begin?
Where does food go through to reach th…
What's the stomach's function?
Where does small intestine send the nu…
in the mouth with saliva
through the esophagus
break down food
touch tiny blood vessels that deliver nutrients
Where does food composition begin?
in the mouth with saliva
Where does food go through to reach th…
through the esophagus
46 terms
Digestive and Excretory System
Epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
Nervous Tissue
Muscle tissue
The tissue that lines the inside and outside surfaces of your…
The type of tissue that provides support for the body and con…
Sends nerve messages all over the body.
Responsible for voluntary and involuntary movement.
Epithelial tissue
The tissue that lines the inside and outside surfaces of your…
Connective tissue
The type of tissue that provides support for the body and con…
Digestive and Excretory System
Mastication
Peristalsis
Gastric Juices
Bile
The process of chewing.
Involuntary muscle contractions that move food through the di…
Secretions from the stomach lining that contain hydrochloric…
Yellow-green, bitter fluid important in the breakdown and abs…
Mastication
The process of chewing.
Peristalsis
Involuntary muscle contractions that move food through the di…
22 terms
Digestive System and Excretory System Vocabulary
Nutrients
Carbohydrates
Fats
Proteins
A chemical found in food that helps keep an organism alive an…
A group of nutrients that provides energy, sugars, and starch…
A group of nutrients that provides energy and building blocks…
A group of nutrients that provides energy and building blocks…
Nutrients
A chemical found in food that helps keep an organism alive an…
Carbohydrates
A group of nutrients that provides energy, sugars, and starch…
23 terms
Digestive & Excretory System
Calorie
Carbohydrate
Fats
Protein
amount of energy required to raise the temperature of 1 gram…
compound made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms; the m…
also known as lipids, are a great source of stored energy and…
macromolecule that contains carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nit…
Calorie
amount of energy required to raise the temperature of 1 gram…
Carbohydrate
compound made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms; the m…
12 terms
Digestive and Excretory System
Bladder
Small Intestine
Large Intestine
Excretory system
Muscle that holds urine until it is ready to be released
Organ that absorbs nutrients from your blood
Organ that absorbs water from bile and creates solid waste
System gets rid of liquid waste from the body
Bladder
Muscle that holds urine until it is ready to be released
Small Intestine
Organ that absorbs nutrients from your blood
5 terms
Digestive-Excretory System
bladder
esophagus
kidney
large intestine
a saclike organ that stores urine
a muscular tube that connects the mouth to the stomach
a small organ that filters waste and water out of the blood c…
a large, muscular tube that absorbs water and forms waste
bladder
a saclike organ that stores urine
esophagus
a muscular tube that connects the mouth to the stomach
16 terms
Digestive & Excretory System
anus
appendix
bile duct
digestion
where solid waste exits through the body
located near the small and large intestine, purpose unknown
stores bile (yellow, green liquid from the liver)
processing food in the body
anus
where solid waste exits through the body
appendix
located near the small and large intestine, purpose unknown
59 terms
Digestive and Excretory System Review
carbohydrates
lipids
proteins
liver makes
monomer: monosaccharide... ex: glucose
monomer: glycerol and fatty acids... ex: fats, oils, waxes
monomer: amino acids... ex: meat, egg whites
bile
carbohydrates
monomer: monosaccharide... ex: glucose
lipids
monomer: glycerol and fatty acids... ex: fats, oils, waxes
18 terms
Digestive/Excretory System
Esophagus
Teeth/Tongue
Epiglottis
stomach
25 centimeter long tube, which transports food from the mouth…
chew food and mix with saliva; pushes food into esophagus
flap covering the trachea when food is swallowed
churns and mixes food with gastric juice
Esophagus
25 centimeter long tube, which transports food from the mouth…
Teeth/Tongue
chew food and mix with saliva; pushes food into esophagus
7 terms
Digestive and Excretory System Organs
Mouth
Esophagus
Stomach
Small intestine
Mechanically and chemically breaks down food. Where digestion…
The muscular tube that connects the mouth and the stomach
Chemically digests food using acid
Absorbs nutrients from the digested food
Mouth
Mechanically and chemically breaks down food. Where digestion…
Esophagus
The muscular tube that connects the mouth and the stomach
11 terms
Digestive and Excretory System Organs
Mouth
Esophagus
Stomach
Small intestine
Mechanically and chemically breaks down food. Where digestion…
The muscular tube that connects the mouth and the stomach
Chemically digests food using acid
Absorbs nutrients from the digested food
Mouth
Mechanically and chemically breaks down food. Where digestion…
Esophagus
The muscular tube that connects the mouth and the stomach
29 terms
"HS Excretory and Digestive System"
Ureter
Feces
Nephron
Urethra
Tube that carries urine from the kidney to the bladder
waste food material produced by the intestines
small tube that filters the blood while in the kidney
carries urine out of the body
Ureter
Tube that carries urine from the kidney to the bladder
Feces
waste food material produced by the intestines
27 terms
Digestive/Excretory System
Mouth
Teeth
Epiglottis
Stomach
The first step to digestion. Breaks up your food and excretes…
Break down your food into swallowable chucks
A flap in the back of your throat that when up makes it so ai…
Digests your food with acids and slowly secretes in into your…
Mouth
The first step to digestion. Breaks up your food and excretes…
Teeth
Break down your food into swallowable chucks
20 terms
Digestive System and Excretory System Vocabulary
Nutrients
Carbohydrates
Fats
Proteins
A chemical found in food that helps keep an organism alive an…
A group of nutrients that provides energy, sugars, and starch…
A group of nutrients that provides energy and building blocks…
A group of nutrients that provides energy and building blocks…
Nutrients
A chemical found in food that helps keep an organism alive an…
Carbohydrates
A group of nutrients that provides energy, sugars, and starch…
15 terms
Digestive System and Excretory System
digestive system
parts of the digestive system
mechanical digestion
chemical digestion
moves and breaks down food into smaller, usable nutrients
esophagus, intestines, pancreas, liver, gall bladder
physical process to break down food
chemical process to break down food
digestive system
moves and breaks down food into smaller, usable nutrients
parts of the digestive system
esophagus, intestines, pancreas, liver, gall bladder
Digestive System and Excretory System Vocabulary
Nutrients
Carbohydrates
Fats
Proteins
A chemical found in food that helps keep an organism alive an…
A group of nutrients that provides energy, sugars, and starch…
A group of nutrients that provides energy and building blocks…
A group of nutrients that provides energy and building blocks…
Nutrients
A chemical found in food that helps keep an organism alive an…
Carbohydrates
A group of nutrients that provides energy, sugars, and starch…
7 terms
digestive and excretory systems
carbohydrates
proteins
villi
kidneys
"Compound containing carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen in the appr…
Chains of amino acids
Tiny finger-shaped structures that cover the inner surface of…
Main organ of excretory system; excretes waste products; regu…
carbohydrates
"Compound containing carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen in the appr…
proteins
Chains of amino acids
13 terms
Digestive & Excretory Systems
digestive system
excretory system
bladder
esophagus
system that breaks down food into nutrients that cells can use
system that eliminates wastes thru the lungs, kidneys, skin,…
stores urine
tube that moves food to the stomach
digestive system
system that breaks down food into nutrients that cells can use
excretory system
system that eliminates wastes thru the lungs, kidneys, skin,…
20 terms
Digestive System and Excretory system
oral cavity
amylase
esophagus
stomach
digestion begins here with use of the teeth and salivary glan…
enzyme that begins the digestion of starch
tube from the mouth that uses muscle contractions called peri…
gastric glands in the lining of the stomach secrete HCl (hydr…
oral cavity
digestion begins here with use of the teeth and salivary glan…
amylase
enzyme that begins the digestion of starch
18 terms
Digestive & Excretory (Urinary) Systems
mouth
esophagus
stomach
small intestine
Chemical and mechanical breakdown of food begins here
A muscular tube that connects the mouth to the stomach.
J-shaped muscular organ that continues mechanical and chemica…
organ responsible for most chemical digestion and absorption…
mouth
Chemical and mechanical breakdown of food begins here
esophagus
A muscular tube that connects the mouth to the stomach.
digestive and excretory system notes
digestion
whats another name for the digestive t…
wheres digestion start, and end?
digestion involves which two functions?
the process of breaking food down into nutrients
alimentery canal
mouth and ends at anus
breaking down food (actually digesting), and absorption of nu…
digestion
the process of breaking food down into nutrients
whats another name for the digestive t…
alimentery canal
25 terms
Digestive system and Excretory System
Digestive system
Mouth
Epiglottis
Esophagup
The system where food is broken down into a substance that th…
Where teeth grid food and where saliva chemicaly breaks down…
The flat peice of tissue that prevents food from entering the…
Carries food to the stomach.
Digestive system
The system where food is broken down into a substance that th…
Mouth
Where teeth grid food and where saliva chemicaly breaks down…
36 terms
Digestive system and excretory system
Four steps to the digestive system
Ingest
Digest
Absorbs
Ingested, digest, absorbs, eliminates.
Putting food into mouth, eating.
Mech & Chem break down food.
Cells absorb molecules
Four steps to the digestive system
Ingested, digest, absorbs, eliminates.
Ingest
Putting food into mouth, eating.
The Digestive & Excretory Systems
The Digestive System
Mechanical Digestion
Enzyme
Chemical Digestion
The group of organs that break down food into molecules that…
(Physically) breaking food into smaller pieces
A protein that speeds up a chemical reaction by lowering the…
The process that breaks down food molecules into simpler subs…
The Digestive System
The group of organs that break down food into molecules that…
Mechanical Digestion
(Physically) breaking food into smaller pieces
Digestive and Excretory Systems
kideny
ureter
urinary bladder
nephron
are located on either side of the spinal column near the lowe…
a tube that carries wastes from a kidney to the urinary bladder
a sac that stores liquid wastes removed from the kidneys
a tiny filter unit of the kidney
kideny
are located on either side of the spinal column near the lowe…
ureter
a tube that carries wastes from a kidney to the urinary bladder
32 terms
Digestive and Excretory Systems
Absorption
Bile
Chemical Digestion
Digestive System
process in which substances such as nutrients pass into the b…
fluid produced by the liver and stored in the gall bladder th…
chemical breakdown of large, complex food molecules into smal…
process of breaking down food into nutrients that can be abso…
Absorption
process in which substances such as nutrients pass into the b…
Bile
fluid produced by the liver and stored in the gall bladder th…
The Excretory system and The Digestive system
Excretory System
Urine
Urinary System
Kidneys
Group of organs including the kidneys, liver, skin, intestine…
Fluid wastes removed from the body by the kidneys
Eliminates nitrogenous wastes from the body. Regulates water,…
Filter blood from the renal arteries and produce urine as waste
Excretory System
Group of organs including the kidneys, liver, skin, intestine…
Urine
Fluid wastes removed from the body by the kidneys
19 terms
Digestive & Excretory Systems
Digestive System
Mechanical digestion
Chemical digestion
Esophagus
body system the breaks down food and absorbs nutrients
breakdown of food through chewing, mixing, and churning
occurs when enzymes and other chemicals break down large food…
a muscular tube that connects the mouth to the stomach
Digestive System
body system the breaks down food and absorbs nutrients
Mechanical digestion
breakdown of food through chewing, mixing, and churning
Digestive and Excretory Systems
Mouth
Esophagus
Stomach
Small intestine
Mechanically and chemically breaks down food. Where digestion…
The muscular tube that connects the mouth and the stomach
Chemically digests food using acid
Digests and absorbs nutrients from the digested food
Mouth
Mechanically and chemically breaks down food. Where digestion…
Esophagus
The muscular tube that connects the mouth and the stomach
13 terms
Digestive & Excretory Systems
digestive system
excretory system
bladder
esophagus
system that breaks down food into nutrients that cells can use
system that eliminates wastes thru the lungs, kidneys, skin,…
stores urine
tube that moves food to the stomach
digestive system
system that breaks down food into nutrients that cells can use
excretory system
system that eliminates wastes thru the lungs, kidneys, skin,…
Digestive System and Excretory System
saliva
A wad of food is called?
The tube connecting the mouth to the s…
The organ where food is reduced to mus…
A mixture of water, mucus, and a digestive enzyme called sali…
Bolus
Esophagus
Stomach
saliva
A mixture of water, mucus, and a digestive enzyme called sali…
A wad of food is called?
Bolus
121 terms
digestive and excretory systems test
what is the function of the excretory…
what are three examples of toxins prod…
what are the four main organs used in…
what does the skin do?
eliminating metabolic waste to maintain homeostasis
salts, carbon dioxide, urea
skin, lungs, liver, kidneys
excretes excess water and salts as well as a small amount of…
what is the function of the excretory…
eliminating metabolic waste to maintain homeostasis
what are three examples of toxins prod…
salts, carbon dioxide, urea
24 terms
The Digestive System and Excretory System
Digestive System
Mouth
Epiglottis
Esophagus
The breaking down of food into substances.
Teeth grind food into smaller pieces and the saliva then begi…
The piece of flap that prevents tissue from going down to the…
Carries food to the stomache
Digestive System
The breaking down of food into substances.
Mouth
Teeth grind food into smaller pieces and the saliva then begi…
37 terms
Digestive and Excretory Systems
the body system that breaks down food
produced by salivary glands, chemical…
prevents food and drink from going int…
produces bile
digestive system
saliva
epiglottis
liver
the body system that breaks down food
digestive system
produced by salivary glands, chemical…
saliva
17 terms
Digestive System and Excretory System
Organic Compounds
Mechanical Digestion
Chemical Digestion
Mouth
Compounds that contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen atoms and are…
Physically changing the food when we chew
When the large molecules of food are further broken down into…
Both mechanical and chemical digestion occurs because of chew…
Organic Compounds
Compounds that contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen atoms and are…
Mechanical Digestion
Physically changing the food when we chew
21 terms
Digestive and Excretory Systems
Digestive System function
Mechanical digestion
Chemical digestion
Mouth
The digestive system converts foods into particles that the b…
In which foods are physically broken into smaller parts, like…
In which enzymes and other chemicals break foods down into th…
In this organ, our teeth break food into smaller pieces, wher…
Digestive System function
The digestive system converts foods into particles that the b…
Mechanical digestion
In which foods are physically broken into smaller parts, like…
DIGESTIVE + EXCRETORY SYSTEMS
Ingestion: Esophagous, transport funct…
salivary a-amylase
Stomach: Role + structure
Acidic environment of Stomach
taking in food through mouth... physical digestion of chewing in…
chemical digestion: breaks down long starch chains into polys…
Physical: mixes and stores food, smooth muscle churns bolus -…
pH = 2... acidity maintained by gastric juice = enzymes hormones…
Ingestion: Esophagous, transport funct…
taking in food through mouth... physical digestion of chewing in…
salivary a-amylase
chemical digestion: breaks down long starch chains into polys…
16 terms
Digestive and Excretory Systems
abdomen
absorb
acid
anus
he part of an animal body located between the thorax (chest)…
to take in matter or energy
any substance with a pH less than 7
the opening at the end of the digestive track where feces exi…
abdomen
he part of an animal body located between the thorax (chest)…
absorb
to take in matter or energy
18 terms
Digestive and Excretory (Transport Systems)
Mouth
Saliva
Esophagus
Stomach
A body opening where an animal takes in food.
The liquid produced in the mouth that aids digestion.
The tube connecting the mouth to the stomach.
The organ where food is reduced to mush by acid and muscle ac…
Mouth
A body opening where an animal takes in food.
Saliva
The liquid produced in the mouth that aids digestion.
Digestive/Excretory Systems
nutrients
kidney
oxygen
bladder
healthful parts of the food that your body needs
one of two bean-shaped organs that remove water and chemicals…
gas, in the air that is needed for cells to stay alive
balloon-like organ that hold urine
nutrients
healthful parts of the food that your body needs
kidney
one of two bean-shaped organs that remove water and chemicals…
Digestive / Excretory System Terms
Pancreas
Liver
Tooth Decay
Gastritis
Part of the digestive system that produces enzymes that break…
Part of the digestive system that produces another digestive…
STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM... Brush and floss r…
STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM... Inflammation of t…
Pancreas
Part of the digestive system that produces enzymes that break…
Liver
Part of the digestive system that produces another digestive…
25 terms
Digestive and Excretory System
Digestive system
enzyme
esophagus
stomach
breaks down food you eat into nutrients that can be used as e…
a chemical that the body uses to break down large molecules i…
long tube that moves food to your stomach
muscular bag that contains acids and enzymes, crushes food,
Digestive system
breaks down food you eat into nutrients that can be used as e…
enzyme
a chemical that the body uses to break down large molecules i…
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