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11 terms
science organs
Cardiovascular
Digestive system
Endocrine
Excretory system
Carries needed materials to the body's cells, carries wastes…
Takes food into the body, breaks down food, absorbs nutrients…
Controls many body processes by means of chemicals.... Thyroid g…
Removes liquid wastes from the body.... Kidney, Bladder.
Cardiovascular
Carries needed materials to the body's cells, carries wastes…
Digestive system
Takes food into the body, breaks down food, absorbs nutrients…
Science- Organs
4 types of tissue
epithelium (skin)
cuboidal epithelium
squamous epithelium
epithelium, muscle, connective tissue, nervous system
1. absorbs - stomach and intestinal lining (acids, minerals,…
4 types of tissue
epithelium, muscle, connective tissue, nervous system
epithelium (skin)
1. absorbs - stomach and intestinal lining (acids, minerals,…
7 terms
Science; organs
stomach
small intestine
esophagus
large intestine
the internal organ in which the major part of the digestion o…
the part of the intestine that runs between the stomach and t…
the part of the alimentary canal that connects the throat to…
the cecum, colon, and rectum collectively, gut bacteria and d…
stomach
the internal organ in which the major part of the digestion o…
small intestine
the part of the intestine that runs between the stomach and t…
10 terms
Science Organs
Nervous system
Immune system
Respiratory System
Digestive system
brain
Liver
Lungs
Stomach
Nervous system
brain
Immune system
Liver
79 terms
Sense Organs--Science Olympiad
What kind of nerve endings generate ne…
General types of stimuli
Chemical stimuli
Thermal Stimuli
dendrites
Mechanical... Thermal... Chemical
taste and smell
hot and cold
What kind of nerve endings generate ne…
dendrites
General types of stimuli
Mechanical... Thermal... Chemical
38 terms
Science- Organs
4 types of tissue
epithelium (skin)
cuboidal epithelium
squamous epithelium
epithelium, muscle, connective tissue, nervous system
1. absorbs - stomach and intestinal lining (acids, minerals,…
4 types of tissue
epithelium, muscle, connective tissue, nervous system
epithelium (skin)
1. absorbs - stomach and intestinal lining (acids, minerals,…
12 terms
science- organs
what is pulmonary arteries?
how does the superior vena cava functi…
what is the inferior vena cava?
what is the semilunar valves?
one of the left arteries that transports deoxygenated blood f…
a large vein that returns blood to the heart from the UPPER B…
a large vein that returns blood from the LOWER BODY regions
the structure in the heart that that allow the blood 2 leave…
what is pulmonary arteries?
one of the left arteries that transports deoxygenated blood f…
how does the superior vena cava functi…
a large vein that returns blood to the heart from the UPPER B…
28 terms
Science organs
Brain
Spinal Cord
Nerves
Heart
Nervous
Nervous
Nervous
Cardiovascular
Brain
Nervous
Spinal Cord
Nervous
18 terms
Science Organs
Free Floating
Flagellum
Cilium
Inner Fluid
An organism will simply float around in a water invironment
A long take like organ that moved back and forth in order to…
A short haired organ that moves back and forth in order to mo…
The organism moves by pushing its inner fluid against one par…
Free Floating
An organism will simply float around in a water invironment
Flagellum
A long take like organ that moved back and forth in order to…
10 terms
Science organs
Heart
Liver
Spleen
Kidneys
Pumps blood through the body
Produces bile and largest organ
Purifies blood by removing bacteria
Seperates waste and produces urine.
Heart
Pumps blood through the body
Liver
Produces bile and largest organ
11 terms
Science organs
Femur
Skin & hair
Biceps & Triceps
Heart
Skeletal
Integumentary
Muscular
Circulatory
Femur
Skeletal
Skin & hair
Integumentary
Science organs
Liver
Liver
Liver
Pancreas
Produces bile
Stores vitamins and minerals
Helps filter blood
Part of endocrine and digestive
Liver
Produces bile
Liver
Stores vitamins and minerals
Science organs
Integmentary tissue
muscular tissue
Skeletal tissue
Cardiovascular system
Your skin, hair, and nails protecting the underlying tissue
Your skeletal muscles move your bones
Your bones provide as frame to support and protect body parts
Your heart pumps blood through all your blood vessels
Integmentary tissue
Your skin, hair, and nails protecting the underlying tissue
muscular tissue
Your skeletal muscles move your bones
16 terms
Science Revision- Organs and Organ Systems
Brain
Heart
Skin
Liver
Controls the body.
Pumps blood around the body.
For protection and feeling.
Makes and destroys substances.
Brain
Controls the body.
Heart
Pumps blood around the body.
11 terms
Science- organs
Circulatory
Digestive
Endocrine
Exaetory
Transports 02 and nutrients... Heart, blood cells
Breaks down and absorbs nutrients salts and h2o ... Mouth, small…
Influences growth and helps homeostasis ... Ovaries, testes
Eliminates waste, product, help maintain homeostasis
Circulatory
Transports 02 and nutrients... Heart, blood cells
Digestive
Breaks down and absorbs nutrients salts and h2o ... Mouth, small…
Science-Organs
Digestive system
Esophagus
Stomach
Small intestine
A group of organs that work together to digest food so it can…
Long straight tube that squeezes the mass of food
A muscular bag like organ attached to the lower end of the es…
Muscular tube that's about 2.5 cm long in diameter.
Digestive system
A group of organs that work together to digest food so it can…
Esophagus
Long straight tube that squeezes the mass of food
20 terms
Science organs
Heart
Lungs
Skin
Liver
Circulatory system. It pumps blood through your body.
Respiratory system. Exchanges carbon dioxide and oxygen with…
Integumentary and excretory system. It covers your skin.
...
Heart
Circulatory system. It pumps blood through your body.
Lungs
Respiratory system. Exchanges carbon dioxide and oxygen with…
Science (organs and organ functions)
Thyroid
Trachea
Superior vena cava
Aorta
Thyroid
Trachea
24 terms
Science-organs
Breaks up fats into smaller peices
Opens and closes at the top of the sto…
Makes enzymes for final digestion and…
Reabsorbs water and sends it back to t…
Bile
Cardiac valve
Pancreaus
Large intestine
Breaks up fats into smaller peices
Bile
Opens and closes at the top of the sto…
Cardiac valve
Science- Organs
brain
lung
heart
skin
controls the body
for breathing
pumps blood
for protection and feeling
brain
controls the body
lung
for breathing
11 terms
Science organs
Skin
Lungs
Alveoli
Small intestine
Protection, regulation, sensation
Helps bring oxygen to the red blood cells
Gas exchange with oxygen and carbon dioxide in the red blood…
Where 90% of food is absorbed and digested
Skin
Protection, regulation, sensation
Lungs
Helps bring oxygen to the red blood cells
8 terms
Organs- science
esophagus
stomach
small intestine
large intestine
moves food from mouth to stomach
holding tank, breaks down food
digestion
absorbs water
esophagus
moves food from mouth to stomach
stomach
holding tank, breaks down food
Science - Organisms
Eukarya
Bacteria
Archaea
Anamalia
Domain of all organisms whose cells have nuclei, including pr…
Domain of unicellular prokaryotes.
Domain of unicellular prokaryotes.
A kingdom of eukaryotic; multicellular; heterotroph; consumer…
Eukarya
Domain of all organisms whose cells have nuclei, including pr…
Bacteria
Domain of unicellular prokaryotes.
Science Organs of the Organ System
Heart
Blood Vessels (arteries, capillaries,…
Mouth
Esophagus
Causes blood to flow through the body by its pumping action.
-Tubes that carry blood throughout the entire body.... -Most art…
Begins to break down food into smaller pieces through mechani…
the transport tube that carries chewed food to the stomach.
Heart
Causes blood to flow through the body by its pumping action.
Blood Vessels (arteries, capillaries,…
-Tubes that carry blood throughout the entire body.... -Most art…
15 terms
Science Cells and Organs
Heart
Lungs
Intestines
Stomach
Pumps blood around the body
get oxygen into the blood
Breaks up food and takes it into the blood
breaks up food
Heart
Pumps blood around the body
Lungs
get oxygen into the blood
31 terms
science organisms
ecology
abiotic factors
habitat
ecosystem
Scientific study of interactions among organisms and between…
Abiotic factors are the non-living parts of an organism's hab…
Place where an organism lives
A community and its abiotic environment
ecology
Scientific study of interactions among organisms and between…
abiotic factors
Abiotic factors are the non-living parts of an organism's hab…
20 terms
Science main organs
Heart
Lungs
Skin
Liver
A muscular organ that pumps blood
pair of spongy organs of respiration in which blood is aerated
the external covering or integument of an animal body, especi…
a large, reddish-brown, glandular organ located in the upper…
Heart
A muscular organ that pumps blood
Lungs
pair of spongy organs of respiration in which blood is aerated
Science cell organs
nucleus
Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)
Golgi Complex
Ribosomes
contains the genetic material of eukaryotic cells
processes and transports proteins and makes lipids
packages and distributes materials within or out of the cell
makes proteins
nucleus
contains the genetic material of eukaryotic cells
Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)
processes and transports proteins and makes lipids
20 terms
Science organs Rayvon
Heart
Lungs
Skin
Liver
A hollow, muscular organ that pumps blood throughout the body.
Major organs in the respiratory system; Bronchi branches into…
membrane because it covers the body ; organ because it contai…
A large solid organ that lies in the right upper quadrant imm…
Heart
A hollow, muscular organ that pumps blood throughout the body.
Lungs
Major organs in the respiratory system; Bronchi branches into…
23 terms
Vet. Science CDE 2017: Organs
Uterine Horn/Horns
Gall Bladder
Heart
Kidney
Part F
#4
Uterine Horn/Horns
Part F
Gall Bladder
#4
Science organs
Stomach
Liver
Pancreas
Small intestine
Produces digestive juices
Produces bile which helps digestion of fats
Produces digestive enzymes
Fully digested food is absorbed into the bloodstream
Stomach
Produces digestive juices
Liver
Produces bile which helps digestion of fats
16 terms
Science Organs
Large Intestine
Pancreas
Voicebox
Lungs
Digestive; To convert food to faeces, reapsorbing H20
Digestive; Secreting hormones that control blood sugar levels.
Respiratory; Create sounds, prevent food from coming into air…
Kespiratory; Deliver oxygen, remove carbon dioxide from blood.
Large Intestine
Digestive; To convert food to faeces, reapsorbing H20
Pancreas
Digestive; Secreting hormones that control blood sugar levels.
Science Organs
Brain
Skin
Liver
Heart
Controls the body
for protection and feeling
Make and destroys substances
pumps blood
Brain
Controls the body
Skin
for protection and feeling
8 terms
Science - Major Organs
Kidneys
This is a very long narrow tube with s…
This organ carries waste out of the bo…
Food travels through this food tube wh…
A pair of organs that clean and filter the blood, expel waste…
small intestine
large intestine
esophagus
Kidneys
A pair of organs that clean and filter the blood, expel waste…
This is a very long narrow tube with s…
small intestine
10 terms
Science-organs
Digestive
Cardiovascular
Skeletal
Muscular
Esophagus,stomach,intestine
Heart,blood,vessels,arteries
Bones
Muscles
Digestive
Esophagus,stomach,intestine
Cardiovascular
Heart,blood,vessels,arteries
Science- Organization
Cells
Tissues
Organs
Organ System
All shapes and sizes, work together with different jobs (bloo…
Group of similar cells that perform same function (muscle tis…
Groups of different tissues with specific job (brain, heart,…
Group of organs that work together to perform a specific job…
Cells
All shapes and sizes, work together with different jobs (bloo…
Tissues
Group of similar cells that perform same function (muscle tis…
7 terms
Science ( organs )
controls body
cleans blood and make it a waste liqui…
part of the gut that stores the food y…
a long tube where useful parts are tak…
brain
kidney
stomach
intestines
controls body
brain
cleans blood and make it a waste liqui…
kidney
11 terms
Science organisms
Linnaeus
Taxonomy
Kingdom
Genus
Scientist who created the system of classifying organisms cal…
Classification system of living things
Broadest group of living things with similar characteristics…
6th most specific level of classifying animals
Linnaeus
Scientist who created the system of classifying organisms cal…
Taxonomy
Classification system of living things
11 terms
Science organisms
Linnaeus
Taxonomy
Kingdom
Genus
Scientist who created the system of classifying organisms cal…
Classification system of living things
Broadest group of living things with similar characteristics…
6th most specific level of classifying animals
Linnaeus
Scientist who created the system of classifying organisms cal…
Taxonomy
Classification system of living things
17 terms
Science - Organisms
offspring
adapt
biosphere
tissue
a new organism produced by one or more parents
to adjust routine behavior
the regions of the earth that can support life
a group of cells functioning together
offspring
a new organism produced by one or more parents
adapt
to adjust routine behavior
10 terms
science organism
organism
habitat
Biotic factor
Abiotic factor
A living thing
An environment that provides the thing a specific organism ne…
a living or once living part of an organism habitat
A nonliving part of an organism habitat
organism
A living thing
habitat
An environment that provides the thing a specific organism ne…
Veterinary Science - Organs
Uterine Horn/Horns
Gall Bladder
Heart
Kidney
Uterine Horn/Horns
Gall Bladder
19 terms
Science Organisms
Organ
Organ System
Organism
Hormonal Modification
a part of an organism that is typically self-contained and ha…
is a group of organs that work together to perform one or mor…
an individual animal, plant, or single-celled life form.
Changes in hormones that can change ones behavior
Organ
a part of an organism that is typically self-contained and ha…
Organ System
is a group of organs that work together to perform one or mor…
Science organization
tissue
organ
organ system
organism
A group of similar cells that perform a common function.
A collection of tissues that carry out of function
A work of organs that work together
A living thing that can perform functions independently
tissue
A group of similar cells that perform a common function.
organ
A collection of tissues that carry out of function
6 terms
Science Organisms
Animals
Plants
Protists
Fungi
Breath air, eat other organisms, and reproduce. Their main ro…
They make oxygen. Plants also take energy from the sun and ca…
They are unicellular of multicellular, they are heterotrophic…
They are microorganisms, they break down organic materials, t…
Animals
Breath air, eat other organisms, and reproduce. Their main ro…
Plants
They make oxygen. Plants also take energy from the sun and ca…
11 terms
@JorisEAL Science Human Organs
Brain
Lungs
Stomach
Liver
Receive interpret and send impulses to the rest of the body.…
Take in oxygen/air for your body and release co2 from your bo…
•Stores and mixes food (Mechanical digestion)... •Chemical diges…
Produces bile: Bile is a liquid that aids in digestion.... (Syst…
Brain
Receive interpret and send impulses to the rest of the body.…
Lungs
Take in oxygen/air for your body and release co2 from your bo…
8 terms
Science Organization
#1
#2
#3
#4
Cells
Tissue
Organ
Organ System
#1
Cells
#2
Tissue
15 terms
SCIENCE TEST organs
Esophagus
Mouth
Stomach
Small Intestine
Esophagus
Mouth
46 terms
Science- Organs & Organ Systems
What are blood vessels?
What is the function of blood vessels?
What is the purpose of blood?
what are arteries
hollow tubes
they transport blood throughout the entire body
blood delivers valuable nutrients to and removes waste from o…
Arteries are elastic vessels that transport blood away from t…
What are blood vessels?
hollow tubes
What is the function of blood vessels?
they transport blood throughout the entire body
35 terms
Science Organisms
Archaea, bacteria, animals, fungi, pla…
Have cells, sense and respond to chang…
Unicellular
Multicellular
What are the six kingdoms all living things are divided into?
What are the six characteristics of life?
An organism composed of only one cell.
An organism composed of many cells.
Archaea, bacteria, animals, fungi, pla…
What are the six kingdoms all living things are divided into?
Have cells, sense and respond to chang…
What are the six characteristics of life?
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