Body Systems

Circulatory System

To transport oxygen, nutrients. and waste through the body in the blood.

Respiratory System

To bring organ into your body and remove carbon-dioxide.

Digestive System

To break down food in nutrients. To get the nutrients into the blood.

Excretory System

To remove wastes from the blood and body.

Heart,arteries, veins, capillaries.

Circualatory

Lungs, tranchea, alveoli.

Respiratory

Esophagus, small intestine, large intestine, liver, and tongue.

Digestive

Kidneys and bladder.

Excretory

The circualatory system system picks up carbon-dioxide from the cells in the blood and bring it the heart to be pumped the lungs. The respiratory system then removes the carbon-dioxide from the body through the lungs breathing out.

How do the circualatory system and respiratory system work together.

The digestive system breaks down the food down into nutrients and puts it into the blood. Whatever wastes are left over from the body through the excretory system.

How do the digestive and excretory systems work together?

arteries

#NAME?

veins

#NAME?

capillaries

------ are tiny blood vessels that connect arteries to veins,

platelets

Tiny pieces of blood cells inside membranes that help clot your blood and repair damaged blood vessels are called -------.

A plasma is a liquid part of blood that is mostly made up of water.

What is plasma?

tranchea

#NAME?

alveoli

Tiny air sacs in your lungs that exchange oxygen and carbon-dioxide are called -------.

nephrons

#NAME?

Through the ureters.

How does urine get from the kidneys to the bladder?

4

Stomach produces gastric juices that contain acid and chemicals to break down food.

7

Undigested food and waste passes into the large intestine.

2

Glands in your mouth produce saliva to moisten food and begin to break down the starchy food.

5

Partly digested food moves into the small intestine.

1

Chew food with molars to break it into smaller pieces so you can swallow it.

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From the large intestine, water and nutrients pass into the blood and wastes are removed from the body.

3

Food passes through the esophagus to the stomach.

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Nutrients diffuse through the villi, projections stick out of the small intestines, and into the blood.