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Digestive Respiratory Circulatory Excretory All
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Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Breathing
The process of inhaling and exhaling using your
diaphragm.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Respiration
The process of inhaling and exhaling with
the purpose of exchanging oxygen and
carbon dioxide in the lungs with the
blood.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Right Atrium
Chamber of the heart receiving blood from the
body.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Circulation
The process of moving blood through out the
body.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Arteries
The vessels that take blood away from the heart.
Matching
Waste
Excretion
Urine
Urethra
Multi-cellular organism
Toxic
Nephrons
Kidney
Urea
Unicellular organism
Ureter
Bladder
Waste
Urea and other unnecessary materials for the
body.
Matching
Waste
Excretion
Urine
Urethra
Multi-cellular organism
Toxic
Nephrons
Kidney
Urea
Unicellular organism
Kidney
The body’s main filtering organ.
Ureter
Bladder
Matching
Waste
Excretion
Urine
Urethra
Multi-cellular organism
Toxic
Nephrons
Kidney
Urea
Unicellular organism
Ureter
Bladder
Bladder
The main storage area for urine (waste) before
leaving the body.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Digestion
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
The process of extracting nutrients out of the
food we eat and eliminating the waste we do not
need.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Veins
The vessels that take blood toward the heart.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Epiglottis
The flap of tissue that directs food and air into the
correct tubes.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Right Ventricle
Chamber of the heart sending blood to the lungs.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Left Ventricle
Chamber of the heart sending blood to the body.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Left Atrium
Chamber of the heart receiving blood from the
lungs.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Capillaries
Very tiny blood vessels where red blood cells
travel one after another.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Esophogus
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
The tube leading from the mouth to the stomach.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Trachea
The cartilage ringed tube traveling from your nose
to your lungs.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Aorta
The first main artery leaving the heart.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Diaphragm
The main muscle that controls breathing.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Cavity
An open space.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Sphincter
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
Round muscles that restrict the flow of materials
within the digestive track.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Pulmonary Artery
The main artery leaving the right ventricle of the
heart leading to the lungs.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Liver
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
The organ that functions to detoxify the
blood. It converts proteins to urea.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Peristalsis
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
The method food is pushed along through the
digestive track.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Stomach
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
The organ where mainly proteins are broken
down with acids and enzymes.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Fats
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
Nutrient in food that is broken down by secretions
from the pancreas.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
Carbohydrate
Saliva breaks down this type of food.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
Small intestine
The organ that most of the absorption of
nutrients occurs.
Matching
Waste
Excretion
Urine
Urethra
Multi-cellular organism
Toxic
Nephrons
Kidney
Urea
Unicellular organism
Urine
The liquid waste that leaves the body.
Ureter
Bladder
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Saliva
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
The solution excreted in the mouth with enzymes
to start breaking down carbohydrates.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
Large Intestine
The organ that functions to help regulate water
absorption before waste is removed.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Neutralize
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
To balance the pH of a substance.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Enzymes
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
Chemicals that speed up the chemical reactions
in the digestive process.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
Gall Bladder
The organ that delivers bile to breakdown
proteins in the small intestine.
Matching
Diaphragm Diffusion
Epiglottis Respiration
Capillaries Right Atria
Pulmonary arteries
Cavity
Trachea Breathing
Circulation Arteries Veins
Left Ventricle Aorta
Left Atria
Right Ventricle
Diffusion
The process of transferring oxygen and carbon
dioxide into and out of the blood.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
Gastric Juices
The acidic solution secreted by the stomach.
Matching
Waste
Excretion
Urine
Urethra
Multi-cellular organism
Toxic
Nephrons
Kidney
Urea
Unicellular organism
Ureter
Bladder
Excretion
The process of removing waste from the blood
stream and out of the body.
Matching
Waste
Excretion
Urine
Urethra
Multi-cellular organism
Toxic
Nephrons
Kidney
Urea
Unicellular organism
Ureter
Bladder
Multi-cellular organism
A creature made of many cells.
Matching
Waste
Excretion
Urine
Urethra
Multi-cellular organism
Toxic
Nephrons
Kidney
Urea
Unicellular organism
Ureter
Bladder
Nephrons
Millions of these within each kidney to filter waste
from the blood.
Matching
Waste
Excretion
Urine
Urethra
Multi-cellular organism
Toxic
Nephrons
Kidney
Urea
Unicellular organism
Ureter
Bladder
Ureter
The two vessels carrying waste to the bladder
from the kidneys.
Matching
Waste
Excretion
Urine
Urethra
Multi-cellular organism
Toxic
Nephrons
Kidney
Urea
Unicellular organism
Unicellular organism
A creature made of one cell.
Ureter
Bladder
Matching
Waste
Excretion
Urine
Urethra
Multi-cellular organism
Toxic
Nephrons
Kidney
Urea
Unicellular organism
Ureter
Bladder
Urethra
The vessel leading from the bladder out of the
body.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Pancreas
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
The organ that secretes into the small intestine
to breakdown fats. This organ also secretes
insulin into the bloodstream to balance glucose
levels in the blood.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Bile
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
The paste like substance secreted into the small
intestine to breakdown proteins.
Matching
Waste
Excretion
Urine
Urethra
Multi-cellular organism
Toxic
Nephrons
Kidney
Urea
Unicellular organism
Ureter
Bladder
Toxic
Material that are poisonous or harmful if in too
great of quantities.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Proteins
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
The food component that gets broken down in
the stomach and small intestine by the bile. In
excess, the body produces urea from it.
Matching
Digestion
Enzymes
Saliva
Gastric juices Pancreas Liver
Fats
Carbohydrates
Large intestine
Sphincter
Villi and Microvilli Peristalsis
Esophagus
Neutralize
Proteins
Gall bladder
Bile
Small intestine
Stomach
Villi and Microvilli
Help increase absorption of nutrients within the
small intestine.
Matching
Waste
Excretion
Urine
Urethra
Multi-cellular organism
Toxic
Nephrons
Kidney
Urea
Unicellular organism
Urea
The liver converts excess proteins into
_____________ to remove the unwanted
nitrogen.
Ureter
Bladder
Short Answer
Breathing by the diaphragm and heart beats
occur without thinking. This is an
_________process.
Automatic
Short Answer
A common disorder resulting from spasms of
circular muscles in the brachia and bronchiole.
Asthma
Short Answer
The trachea branches into the _____________.
Brachia
Short Answer
The Brachia branches into the _____________.
Bronchiole