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Texas Science Grade 7 - Circulatory System
Circulation
Circulatory system
Cardiac muscle
Heart
The movement or passage through a system of vessels
The organ system that delivers materials including oxygen to…
The specialized striated muscle tissue of the heart
The primary organ of the circulatory system. It pumps blood t…
Circulation
The movement or passage through a system of vessels
Circulatory system
The organ system that delivers materials including oxygen to…
Grade 7 Science Heart and Circulatory System vocabulary
white blood cells
capillaries
arteries
veins
the body's disease fighters
blood vessels where materials are exchanged between body and…
blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
blood vessels that carry blood back to the heart
white blood cells
the body's disease fighters
capillaries
blood vessels where materials are exchanged between body and…
Circulatory System--Grade 7
Circulatory System
arteries
Capillary
Capillary
Transports materials through the body, consists of the heart,…
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart to other p…
The smallest arteries which branch out. They are the smallest…
Carbon dioxide and other wastes move from cells to the blood.
Circulatory System
Transports materials through the body, consists of the heart,…
arteries
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart to other p…
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Grade 7 Science Heart and Circulatory System vocabulary
white blood cells
capillaries
coronary arteries
arteries
n. the body's disease fighters
n. blood vessels where materials are exchanged between body a…
n. carry blood to the heart itself
n. blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
white blood cells
n. the body's disease fighters
capillaries
n. blood vessels where materials are exchanged between body a…
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Grade 7 - Science - Circulatory system
What are capillaries?
3 types of blood vessels
Circular system
Function of the right side of the heart?
- Tiny tubes who receive glucose and oxygen.... - capillary is a…
- capillaries... - arteries = carry blood again from the heart... -…
= heart + blood vessels
= to receive blood from all aver the body and to pump it to t…
What are capillaries?
- Tiny tubes who receive glucose and oxygen.... - capillary is a…
3 types of blood vessels
- capillaries... - arteries = carry blood again from the heart... -…
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Grade 7 Science The Heart & Circulatory System - how does it work?
The circulatory system
What does the blood do?
What does the heart do?
What 5 materials are carried in blood?
is the body's transport system
carries materials
pumps blood to carry materials
1 oxygen - from lungs to body cells... 2 nourishment - dissolved…
The circulatory system
is the body's transport system
What does the blood do?
carries materials
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Grade 7 Morrell Circulatory System
Valves
Heart
cardiac muscle
Four chambers of the heart
control the flow of blood through the heart and blood flows i…
pumps blood to the lungs and other parts of the body
lets the heart continuously contract
right atrium, left atrium, right ventricle, left ventricle
Valves
control the flow of blood through the heart and blood flows i…
Heart
pumps blood to the lungs and other parts of the body
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Grade 7 circulatory system
white blood cells
Connective tissue
epithelial cells
capillaries
the body's disease fighters
outer layer of arteries and veins
inner layer of arteries and veins
blood vessels where materials are exchanged between body and…
white blood cells
the body's disease fighters
Connective tissue
outer layer of arteries and veins
Grade 7 Circulatory System
closed circulatory system
aorta
hemoglobin
ventricle
organ system in which blood moves through vessels
largest artery in the body
protein found in red blood cells that carries oxygen
lower chamber of the heart
closed circulatory system
organ system in which blood moves through vessels
aorta
largest artery in the body
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Grade 7 - Science - *** 2. Circulatory system
What's the function of the circulary s…
What's blod vessels?
Function of right side of the heart?
Function of left side of the heart?
- It's a transport system in the body... - used by cells to get…
- Tubes carrying blood pumped by the heart.... - Veins, arteries…
To receive blood from body and to pump it to the lungs
To receive blood from the lungs and to pump it to the rest of…
What's the function of the circulary s…
- It's a transport system in the body... - used by cells to get…
What's blod vessels?
- Tubes carrying blood pumped by the heart.... - Veins, arteries…
science Circulatory and respiration system grade 7
the circulatory system
major parts of the circulatory system
blood vessels
arteries
cardiovascular system, transports oxygen, nutrients, and horm…
blood, blood vessels, and the heart
arteries, veins, capillaries, lymph vessels,
carry blood away from the heart to the body, has thick muscul…
the circulatory system
cardiovascular system, transports oxygen, nutrients, and horm…
major parts of the circulatory system
blood, blood vessels, and the heart
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Circulatory system grade 7
Cardiovascular organs
Brings
Eliminates
Heart
Heart vessels and blood... Vessels could go up to 100,000 miles…
Water oxygen and nutrients
Water and carbon dioxide
Located behind sternum between lungs... has four chambers
Cardiovascular organs
Heart vessels and blood... Vessels could go up to 100,000 miles…
Brings
Water oxygen and nutrients
Circulatory System and The Heart Grade 7
What is the Circulatory main function?
Arteries
Capillaries
Veins
To bring oxygen nutrients and hormones to cells, remove cells…
large vessels that carry blood away from the heart and to tis…
smallest blood vessels. Nutrients and oxygen can diffuse into…
Blood has passed through the Capillaries is returned to the h…
What is the Circulatory main function?
To bring oxygen nutrients and hormones to cells, remove cells…
Arteries
large vessels that carry blood away from the heart and to tis…
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Grade 7: The Circulatory System
circulatory system
heart
blood vessels
blood
the organ system composed of vessels and muscles that control…
a muscle that pumps blood throughout the body
arteries and veins are referred to as blood vessels
carries oxygen and nutrients to all parts of the body. It als…
circulatory system
the organ system composed of vessels and muscles that control…
heart
a muscle that pumps blood throughout the body
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Circulatory System Vocab Grade 7
pulmonary valve
superior vena cava
right atrium
tricuspid valve
opens from the right ventricle to allow blood to flow into th…
the large vein where the blood flows from the upper body into…
blood flows into this chamber in need of oxygen
opens to let the blood in the right atrium go to the right ve…
pulmonary valve
opens from the right ventricle to allow blood to flow into th…
superior vena cava
the large vein where the blood flows from the upper body into…
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health grade 7 circulatory system
circulatory system
what does the blood do?
what does the heart do?
what 5 materials are carried in blood?
is the body's transport system
carries materials
pumps blood to carry materials
1 oxygen - from lungs to body cells... 2 nourishment - dissolved…
circulatory system
is the body's transport system
what does the blood do?
carries materials
Science Grade 7 Body Systems
central nervous system
peripheral nervous system
respiratory system
circulatory system
The brain and spinal cord; the control center of the body.... •…
All the nerves located outside the central nervous system; co…
• Brings oxygen into the body and gets rid of carbon dioxide…
• transports materials through the body.... • carries nutrients,…
central nervous system
The brain and spinal cord; the control center of the body.... •…
peripheral nervous system
All the nerves located outside the central nervous system; co…
Grade 7 Science Muscular System
Three types of muscle tissue
Muscles
Skeletal muscle
smooth muscle
Skeletal... smooth ... cardiac
work in pairs
attached to bones ... voluntary movement
Lungs, stomach and intestines involuntary ... contacts without y…
Three types of muscle tissue
Skeletal... smooth ... cardiac
Muscles
work in pairs
Circulatory System and The Heart Grade 7
Arteries
Capillaries
Veins
Plasma
large vessels that carry blood away from the heart and to tis…
smallest blood vessels. Nutrients and oxygen can diffuse into…
Blood has passed through the Capillaries is returned to the h…
Compresses about 45% of total blood Volume
Arteries
large vessels that carry blood away from the heart and to tis…
Capillaries
smallest blood vessels. Nutrients and oxygen can diffuse into…
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7 th grade Science Circulatory System
circulatory system
diffusion
active transport
heart
includes the blood, heart, and blood vessels. moves materials…
moving materials from an area of high concentration to area o…
opposite of diffusion
controls blood flow through all part of the body
circulatory system
includes the blood, heart, and blood vessels. moves materials…
diffusion
moving materials from an area of high concentration to area o…
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Grade 7 - Science - The Excretory System
Excretion
Metabolism
Excretory System
Respiration
the process by which wastes of metabolism are removed from th…
chemical reactions that occur in the body.
the organ system that helps in excretion. ... Includes the lungs…
process of obtaining energy from food for cells to use.
Excretion
the process by which wastes of metabolism are removed from th…
Metabolism
chemical reactions that occur in the body.
NERVOUS SYSTEM SCIENCE GRADE 7
AXON
CORTEX
DENDRITE
GILA
LONG EXTENSION OF A NERVE CELL THAT SENDS ELECTRICAL SIGNALS…
OUTER LAYER OF THE HUMAN BRAIN THAT IS IMPORTANT FOR CONSCIOU…
SHORT BRANCH STRUCTURE THAT CONNECTS WITH OTHER NERVES
IMPORTANT CELLS THAT MAINTAIN NERVES AND KEEP THEM HAPPY.
AXON
LONG EXTENSION OF A NERVE CELL THAT SENDS ELECTRICAL SIGNALS…
CORTEX
OUTER LAYER OF THE HUMAN BRAIN THAT IS IMPORTANT FOR CONSCIOU…
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Grade 7 - Science Digestive System
Digestion
Mechanical Digestion
Chemical Digestion
Mouth
the process that breaks down food into substances that can be…
the process that breaks down food into small pieces
the process that chemically changes food into simpler substan…
digestion begins here
Digestion
the process that breaks down food into substances that can be…
Mechanical Digestion
the process that breaks down food into small pieces
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Grade 7 Science The Skeletal System
Skeleton
Vertebrae
Joint
Ligament
The inner framework made up of all the bones of the body
The 26 small bones that make up the backbone
A place in the body where two bones come together
Strong band of tissue that connective that ebones together*…
Skeleton
The inner framework made up of all the bones of the body
Vertebrae
The 26 small bones that make up the backbone
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Texas Science Grade 7 - Respiratory System
Respiration
Respiratory system
Lungs
Mitochondria
The process of breathing. Also used to refer to the process i…
The organ system that takes oxygen into the body and releases…
A pair of organs in the respiratory system where oxygen and c…
The site for cellular respiration (energy production)
Respiration
The process of breathing. Also used to refer to the process i…
Respiratory system
The organ system that takes oxygen into the body and releases…
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Digestive System-Grade 7
Absorption
Amino acid
Carbohydrate
Chemical digestion
the taking in of one substance by another
an organic molecule containing a carboxyl and an amino group
organic molecules containing hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen.
chemical breakdown of nutrients through the action of enzymes…
Absorption
the taking in of one substance by another
Amino acid
an organic molecule containing a carboxyl and an amino group
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Texas Science Grade 7 - Reproductive System
Reproductive system
Sperm
Egg
Ovum
The system that is responsible for the procreation of offspring
Male reproductive cell
Female reprodctive cell; also ovum
Female reprodctive cell; also egg
Reproductive system
The system that is responsible for the procreation of offspring
Sperm
Male reproductive cell
19 terms
Texas Science Grade 7 - Cardiovascular System
Circulatory system
Respiration
Respiratory system
Cardiac muscle
The organ system that delivers materials including oxygen to…
The process of breathing. Also used to refer to the process i…
The organ system that takes oxygen into the body and releases…
The specialized striated muscle tissue of the heart
Circulatory system
The organ system that delivers materials including oxygen to…
Respiration
The process of breathing. Also used to refer to the process i…
Respiratory system--Grade 7
Nasal passages
Mouth
Larynx
Lung
The hollow spaces in the nose through which air flows from th…
starting point of the digestive system and secondary starting…
the area of the throat that contains the vocal cords and prod…
organs through which an animal gets oxygen from the air.
Nasal passages
The hollow spaces in the nose through which air flows from th…
Mouth
starting point of the digestive system and secondary starting…
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Michael's Science - Cardiovascular System (Grade 7)
oxygen
glucose
carbon dioxide
Your heart
Blood carries.....from your lungs to other body cells.
Blood transports.....to cells for energy.
Blood carries.....from cells to the lungs where it is exhaled.
What is the hollow muscular organ that pumps blood throughout…
oxygen
Blood carries.....from your lungs to other body cells.
glucose
Blood transports.....to cells for energy.
Science Grade 7 Ecology
predation
competition
mutualism
symbiosis
When one organism attacks and kills another organism for food.
When two organisms fight over a limited resource.
A relationship between two organisms where both benefit from…
The general term describing a relationship between two organi…
predation
When one organism attacks and kills another organism for food.
competition
When two organisms fight over a limited resource.
Science Grade 7 Evolution
fossil
species
Charles Darwin
evolution
The preserved remains or traces of an organism that lived in…
A group of similar organisms that can mate with each other an…
(1809—1882): British naturalist who developed the theory of e…
The gradual change in a species over time.
fossil
The preserved remains or traces of an organism that lived in…
species
A group of similar organisms that can mate with each other an…
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Texas Science Grade 7 - Urinary System
Kidney
Bladder
Urethra
Excretion
Each of a pair of organs in the abdominal cavity excreting ur…
A membranous sac in which urine is collected for excretion
The duct by which urine is conveyed out of the body from the…
The act or process of discharging waste matter from the blood…
Kidney
Each of a pair of organs in the abdominal cavity excreting ur…
Bladder
A membranous sac in which urine is collected for excretion
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Texas Science Grade 7 - Reproductive System
Reproductive system
Sperm
Egg
Ovum
The system that is responsible for the procreation of offspring
Male reproductive cell
Female reprodctive cell; also ovum
Female reprodctive cell; also egg
Reproductive system
The system that is responsible for the procreation of offspring
Sperm
Male reproductive cell
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Texas Science Grade 7 - Digestive System
Mouth
Esophagus
Stomach
Small intestine
The opening in the lower part of the human face, surrounded b…
The part of the alimentary canal that connects the throat to…
A saclike enlargement of the alimentary canal forming an orga…
The narrow, winding, upper part of the intestine where digest…
Mouth
The opening in the lower part of the human face, surrounded b…
Esophagus
The part of the alimentary canal that connects the throat to…
6 terms
Texas Science Grade 7 - Endocrine System
Endocrine system
Glands
Hormones
Homeostasis
A control system that secretes hormones from glands
A group of cells that produces and secretes, or gives off, ch…
Chemicals that tell the body to make a substance or perform a…
The process used by the body to maintain a stable internal en…
Endocrine system
A control system that secretes hormones from glands
Glands
A group of cells that produces and secretes, or gives off, ch…
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Texas Science Grade 7 - Human Body Systems
Organ system
Circulation
Circulatory system
Respiration
A group of organs that work together to perform a specific job
The movement or passage through a system of vessels
The organ system that delivers materials including oxygen to…
The process of breathing. Also used to refer to the process i…
Organ system
A group of organs that work together to perform a specific job
Circulation
The movement or passage through a system of vessels
Max B Grade 7 Science The Skeletal System
Joint
Ligament
Cartliage
Compact Bone
A place in the body where two bones come together
Strong connective tissue that holds bones together in *mo…
A connective tissue that in more flexible than bone and tha…
Hard, dense bone tissue that is beneath the outer membrane of…
Joint
A place in the body where two bones come together
Ligament
Strong connective tissue that holds bones together in *mo…
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Grade 7 Science September
density
gravity
volume
atom
the amount of stuff in an object. The closer together the mol…
a force or pull between 2 objects. Example: a ball moving tow…
the amount of space something takes up. Example: The volume o…
a small particle of matter
density
the amount of stuff in an object. The closer together the mol…
gravity
a force or pull between 2 objects. Example: a ball moving tow…
15 terms
Grade 7 Science - Intro to Digestive System
Organization in the human body
Purpose of body systems
Homeostasis
Digestive System
Organelles -> Cells -> Tissues -> Organs > Organ Systems ... lea…
Maintain homeostasis
Stable internal condition
made of alimentary canal. Alimentary canal is the pathway by…
Organization in the human body
Organelles -> Cells -> Tissues -> Organs > Organ Systems ... lea…
Purpose of body systems
Maintain homeostasis
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Texas Science Grade 7 - Nervous System
What is the function of the nervous sy…
What are the two parts of the nervous…
Nervous system
Brain
To respond and adjust to change in its environment.
The central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system.
The system that controls and coordinates all of the body's ac…
The primary organ of the nervous system. It acts as the contr…
What is the function of the nervous sy…
To respond and adjust to change in its environment.
What are the two parts of the nervous…
The central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system.
11 terms
Grade 7 Science September
density
gravity
volume
atom
the amount of stuff in an object
a force or pull between 2 objects. Example: a ball moving tow…
the amount of space something takes up
a small particle of matter
density
the amount of stuff in an object
gravity
a force or pull between 2 objects. Example: a ball moving tow…
26 terms
Grade 7 - Science The Heart and Circulation, Respiratory System
heart
atrium
ventricle
left ventricle
a pump that moves blood through the blood vessels. Most of th…
two upper chambers of the heart
each of the two lower chambers of the heart
pumps blood throughout the body through the aorta
heart
a pump that moves blood through the blood vessels. Most of th…
atrium
two upper chambers of the heart
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GRADE 7: EARTH SCIENCE
CHEMICAL CHANGE
PHYSICAL CHANGE
KINETIC ENERGY
POTENTIAL ENERGY
A change that occurs when one or more substances change into…
A change of matter from one form to another without a change…
the energy an object has due to its motion
energy stored due to an object's position or arrangement. The…
CHEMICAL CHANGE
A change that occurs when one or more substances change into…
PHYSICAL CHANGE
A change of matter from one form to another without a change…
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CMS Grade 7 Science (4-1) The Respitory System (pp. 112-120)
Respiration (aka: Cellular Respiration)
Cillia
Pharynx (aka: throat)
Trachea
The process by which oxygen and glucose undergo a complex…
Tiny hairlike extensions that move together in a sweeping m…
The throat: part of both the respiratory and digestive
The windpipe: a passage through which air moves in the…
Respiration (aka: Cellular Respiration)
The process by which oxygen and glucose undergo a complex…
Cillia
Tiny hairlike extensions that move together in a sweeping m…
13 terms
Texas Science Grade 7 - Control Systems
Nervous system
Brain
Spinal cord
Neuron
The system that controls and coordinates all of the body's ac…
The primary organ of the nervous system. It acts as the contr…
A bundle of nerves located down the center of the backbone th…
A nerve cell
Nervous system
The system that controls and coordinates all of the body's ac…
Brain
The primary organ of the nervous system. It acts as the contr…
14 terms
Texas Science Grade 7 - Support Systems
Skeletal muscle
Smooth muscle
Cardiac muscle
Muscular system
Muscle that is connected to the skeleton to form part of the…
Muscle tissue that contracts without conscious control
The specialized striated muscle tissue of the heart
The system containing all the muscles of the body, especially…
Skeletal muscle
Muscle that is connected to the skeleton to form part of the…
Smooth muscle
Muscle tissue that contracts without conscious control
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Texas Science Grade 7 - Nervous System
Nervous system
Brain
Spinal cord
Neuron
The system that controls and coordinates all of the body's ac…
The primary organ of the nervous system. It acts as the contr…
A bundle of nerves located down the center of the backbone th…
A nerve cell
Nervous system
The system that controls and coordinates all of the body's ac…
Brain
The primary organ of the nervous system. It acts as the contr…
21 terms
Grade 7 Science - Organs in Major Body Systems
Nervous System
brain
spinal cord
Digestive System
brain... spinal cord... all other nerves which branch throughout ou…
central control center
major nerve cord for sending and receiving messages
mouth and teeth... esophagus... stomach... small intestine... pancreas... li…
Nervous System
brain... spinal cord... all other nerves which branch throughout ou…
brain
central control center
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CMS Grade 7 Science (1-4) The Muscular System
Involuntary Muscle
Voluntary Muscle
Skeletal Muscle
Tendon
A muscle that is not under conscious control... Ex) breathing an…
A muscle that is under conscious control... Ex) smiling, getting…
A muscle that is attached to the bones of the skeleton and pr…
Strong connective tissue that attaches muscle to bone
Involuntary Muscle
A muscle that is not under conscious control... Ex) breathing an…
Voluntary Muscle
A muscle that is under conscious control... Ex) smiling, getting…
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