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20 terms
Organs!
Heart
Lungs
Skin
Liver
Function: Pumps blood through the body over and over again ... S…
Function: The primary function of the lungs is respiration. T…
Function: Regulates body temperature, elongates wastes, gathe…
Function: Makes urea from the breakdown of proteins in the bo…
Heart
Function: Pumps blood through the body over and over again ... S…
Lungs
Function: The primary function of the lungs is respiration. T…
20 terms
Organs!
Heart
Lungs
Skin
Liver
Function: Pumps blood through the body over and over again ... S…
Function: The primary function of the lungs is respiration. T…
Function: Regulates body temperature, elongates wastes, gathe…
Function: Makes urea from the breakdown of proteins in the bo…
Heart
Function: Pumps blood through the body over and over again ... S…
Lungs
Function: The primary function of the lungs is respiration. T…
23 terms
Organs
Uterine Horn/Horns
Gall bladder
Heart
Kidney
Uterine Horn/Horns
Gall bladder
Organs
Heart is made up of
Heart Valves
Heart Chambers
Trachea
Very strong muscle tissue
Keep blood from flowing backwards
Right Atrium, Left Atrium, Right Ventricle, Left Ventricle... Th…
Windpipe, let's oxygen in, carbon dioxide out
Heart is made up of
Very strong muscle tissue
Heart Valves
Keep blood from flowing backwards
organs
red blood cells
white blood cells
plasma
veins
carry organ
fights infection
regulates blood temp and pressure
delivers oxygen to body
red blood cells
carry organ
white blood cells
fights infection
18 terms
Organs
stomach
small intestine
large intestine (colon)
liver
Digestive system
Digestive system
Digestive system
Digestive system
stomach
Digestive system
small intestine
Digestive system
Organs
Brain
Heart
Esophagus
Liver
Located in your cranium and is used for thinking and controll…
Pumps blood to all parts of the body
A muscular lined tube that carries food from the throat down…
Filters and cleans your blood and produces an important diges…
Brain
Located in your cranium and is used for thinking and controll…
Heart
Pumps blood to all parts of the body
23 terms
Organs
Uterine horn/horns
Gall bladder
Heart
Kidney
...
...
Uterine horn/horns
Gall bladder
12 terms
Organs
Heart
Lungs
Brain
Eye
Pumps blood around the body.
Allows gas exchange so oxygen can get into the body and carbo…
Co-ordinates and controls our actions.
Lets light in so that we can see.
Heart
Pumps blood around the body.
Lungs
Allows gas exchange so oxygen can get into the body and carbo…
23 terms
Organs
Uterine horn/horns
Gall Bladder
Heart
Kidney
Uterine horn/horns
Gall Bladder
Organs
Adrenal glands
In which system is the Adrenal Glands…
Anus
In which system is the Anus located
a pair of endocrine glands that sit just above the kidneys an…
Endocrine system
A muscular opening at the end of the rectum through which was…
Digestive System
Adrenal glands
a pair of endocrine glands that sit just above the kidneys an…
In which system is the Adrenal Glands…
Endocrine system
Organs
Largest organ in the body. Provides pr…
Produces bicarbonate and enzymes
Stores bile
Largest bone in the body
Skin
Pancreas
Gall Bladder
Femur
Largest organ in the body. Provides pr…
Skin
Produces bicarbonate and enzymes
Pancreas
30 terms
organs
red blood cells
white blood cells
plasma
veins
carry organ
fights infection
regulates blood temp and pressure
delivers oxygen to body
red blood cells
carry organ
white blood cells
fights infection
16 terms
Organs!
Heart
Lungs
Skin
Liver
Function: Pumps blood through the body over and over again ... S…
Function: The primary function of the lungs is respiration. T…
Function: Regulates body temperature, elongates wastes, gathe…
Function: Makes urea from the breakdown of proteins in the bo…
Heart
Function: Pumps blood through the body over and over again ... S…
Lungs
Function: The primary function of the lungs is respiration. T…
organs
heart
kidney
liver
pancreas
...
heart
kidney
organs
organs
heart
liver
lungs
a structure that is made up of at least two types of tissues…
mostly made of muscle tissue, surrounded by connective tissue…
produces chemicals that flow into the small intestine to help…
supply oxygen to and remove carbon dioxide from the blood. Ma…
organs
a structure that is made up of at least two types of tissues…
heart
mostly made of muscle tissue, surrounded by connective tissue…
23 terms
Organs
Brain
Heart
Esophagus
Liver
Located in your cranium and is used for thinking and controll…
Pumps blood to all parts of the body
A muscular lined tube that carries food from the throat down…
Filters and cleans your blood and produces an important diges…
Brain
Located in your cranium and is used for thinking and controll…
Heart
Pumps blood to all parts of the body
Organs
Lungs
Stomach
Brain
Skin
Respiratory System, Helps us Breathe
Digestive System, Helps us break down food
Nervous System, body communication
Integumentary System, sweat
Lungs
Respiratory System, Helps us Breathe
Stomach
Digestive System, Helps us break down food
20 terms
Organs
Heart
Lungs
Skin
Liver
Function: Pumps blood through the body over and over again ... S…
Function: The primary function of the lungs is respiration. T…
Function: Regulates body temperature, elongates wastes, gathe…
Function: Makes urea from the breakdown of proteins in the bo…
Heart
Function: Pumps blood through the body over and over again ... S…
Lungs
Function: The primary function of the lungs is respiration. T…
23 terms
organs
red blood cells
white blood cells
plasma
platelets
transport oxygen to body
fights infection
regulates blood tenp and pressure
clot blood
red blood cells
transport oxygen to body
white blood cells
fights infection
20 terms
Organs
Heart
Aorta
Vena Cava
Spleen
Two pumps combined into one organ. The right side pumps blood…
The biggest artery of the body.
The biggest vein of the body. This means cavernous vein.
Go down to the stomach and turn left to reach this organ. It…
Heart
Two pumps combined into one organ. The right side pumps blood…
Aorta
The biggest artery of the body.
20 terms
Organs!
Heart
Lungs
Skin
Liver
Function: Pumps blood through the body over and over again ... S…
Function: The primary function of the lungs is respiration. T…
Function: Regulates body temperature, elongates wastes, gathe…
Function: Makes urea from the breakdown of proteins in the bo…
Heart
Function: Pumps blood through the body over and over again ... S…
Lungs
Function: The primary function of the lungs is respiration. T…
Organs
Larynx
Thyroid Gland
Trachea
Thymus gland
Larynx
Thyroid Gland
organs
Abdominal aorta
abdominal cavity
abdominal pelvic cavity
adrenal gland
Abdominal aorta
abdominal cavity
Organs
Brain
Cecum
Cervix
Fallopian Tubes
Brain
Cecum
56 terms
Organs
Superior vena cava
aortic semilunar valve
pulmonary semi lunar valve
right atrium
a.
b.
c.
d.
Superior vena cava
a.
aortic semilunar valve
b.
11 terms
Organs
organ
cell
small intestine
large intestine
A part of the body that performs a specific task.
The smallest unit of a living thing.
The long, coiled intestine in which most food is digested.
The organ that removes water and minerals from food for absor…
organ
A part of the body that performs a specific task.
cell
The smallest unit of a living thing.
32 terms
Organs
Mitochondria
Golgi apparatus
centrioles
tonoplast
converts glucose into energy for cell
manufacturing center of the cell
only in animal cells used only in cell division
membrane that encloses the central vacuole in a plant cell
Mitochondria
converts glucose into energy for cell
Golgi apparatus
manufacturing center of the cell
10 terms
Organs
Uterine Horns/Horns
Gall bladder
Heart
Liver
Uterine Horns/Horns
Gall bladder
23 terms
Organs
Uterine horn/horns
Gall Bladder
Heart
Kidney
Uterine horn/horns
Gall Bladder
11 terms
Organs
Heart
Lungs
Brain
Eye
Pumps blood around the body.
Allows gas exchange so oxygen can get into the body and carbo…
Co-ordinates and controls our actions.
Lets light in so that we can see.
Heart
Pumps blood around the body.
Lungs
Allows gas exchange so oxygen can get into the body and carbo…
18 terms
Organs
stomach
small intestine
large intestine (colon)
liver
Digestive system
Digestive system
Digestive system
Digestive system
stomach
Digestive system
small intestine
Digestive system
23 terms
Organs
Command
Nervous system
Control
Behaviour
управлять
Нервная система
Контролировать
Поведение
Command
управлять
Nervous system
Нервная система
Organs
Brain
Heart
Lung
Kidney
Brain
Heart
12 terms
Organs
Heart
Lungs
Brain
Eye
Pumps blood around the body.
Allows gas exchange so oxygen can get into the body and carbo…
Co-ordinates and controls our actions.
Lets light in so that we can see.
Heart
Pumps blood around the body.
Lungs
Allows gas exchange so oxygen can get into the body and carbo…
6 terms
Organs
brain
lungs
heart
liver
brain
lungs
7 terms
organs
brain
lungs
stomach
small intestine
brain
lungs
12 terms
Organs
heart
eyes
lungs
stomach
heart
eyes
Organs
Esophagus
Stomach
Small Intestines
Large Intestines
tube that goes from the mouth to the stomach, uses smooth mus…
Makes digestive juices that break down food and separate wast…
Nutrients begin to be absorbed by the bloodstream, food is co…
Final step in digestion, any leftovers here become waste and…
Esophagus
tube that goes from the mouth to the stomach, uses smooth mus…
Stomach
Makes digestive juices that break down food and separate wast…
40 terms
Organs
Esphagus
Esphagus
Stomach
Stomach
Part of the digestive system.
Body part where food enters the stomach.
Part of the digestive system.
Body part where food is digested.
Esphagus
Part of the digestive system.
Esphagus
Body part where food enters the stomach.
17 terms
Organs
liver
gallbladder
small intestine
large intestine
liver
gallbladder
16 terms
Organs
Brain
Heart
Lungs
Stomach
Receives input from sensory organs and send outputs to the mu…
Pumps blood through a network of arteries and veins
A pair of air filled organs on either side of our chest, Expa…
Responsible for digesting food
Brain
Receives input from sensory organs and send outputs to the mu…
Heart
Pumps blood through a network of arteries and veins
organs
multicellular
uniceller
auto
hetro
more than 1
1
makes own food
consumes food
multicellular
more than 1
uniceller
1
Organs
Organ system
Organs
Oxygen
Windpipe
Two or more tissues working together to do a specific job in…
Heart, lungs, brain, kidneys, and liver
Makes energy to use nutrients, repair cells, and grow more ce…
A passage for air to travel into your lungs.
Organ system
Two or more tissues working together to do a specific job in…
Organs
Heart, lungs, brain, kidneys, and liver
55 terms
Organs
Organ
Organ systems
Organism
Hormonal modification
Groups of tissues that combine to make up organs
Groups of Organs that work together to make organ system
Organ systems combine to make an organism
A substance, usually a peptide or steroid, produced by one ti…
Organ
Groups of tissues that combine to make up organs
Organ systems
Groups of Organs that work together to make organ system
32 terms
Organs
Thymus
Heart
Lungs
Trachea
Immune System, Thoracic Cavity... Produces white blood cells (t…
Cardiovascular System, Thoracic Cavity, Pericardial Cavity.…
Respiratory System, Thoracic Cavity. Pleural Cavity... Delivers…
Respiratory System, Thoracic Cavity, ... Provides air flow to t…
Thymus
Immune System, Thoracic Cavity... Produces white blood cells (t…
Heart
Cardiovascular System, Thoracic Cavity, Pericardial Cavity.…
18 terms
Organs
skeletal muscle
esophagus
stomach
liver
locomotion, body temperature regulation, impress ladies
tube from mouth to stomach
capable of great distension, holding tank for food, very acidic
giant factory. makes just about any chemical needed. can deto…
skeletal muscle
locomotion, body temperature regulation, impress ladies
esophagus
tube from mouth to stomach
Organs
brain
brain stem
sensory organs
skin
controls the body
holds the spinal cord, controls body functions that are autom…
detects information and send it to the brain
protects what is on the inside and cools the body down
brain
controls the body
brain stem
holds the spinal cord, controls body functions that are autom…
Organs
Thymus
Heart
Lungs
Trachea
Thymus
Heart
Organs
donor
banning
cadaver
disclosed
A person who gives or contributes
to prohibit
Resembling a corpse
made known
donor
A person who gives or contributes
banning
to prohibit
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