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Review of the organ systems of the human body by seventh grade students at Christ the King School

Review of the organ systems of the human body by seventh grade students at Christ the King School

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    • The Appendix
      • Digestive System
      • Protects bacteria from the colon
      • Attached to the large intestine
      • Yes you can live without it.
      A.J.
    • The Spleen
      • Lymphatic system
      • Keeps the body alive
      • Immune system-helps remove waste
      • Inflammations, metabolic, & blood diseases
      • Can live without spleen
      Alex
    • The Kidney
      • The kidney is apart with the urinary system
      • Kidney problems occur mostly around teenage years
      • Can Cause urinary issues if kidney is bad
      • It is located behind the abdominal cavity, in a space called the retroperitoneum
      Alhajie
    • THE PHARYNX
      • Plays the first role in swallowing
      • Part of the Respitory and Digestive system
      • When infected, we get a “sore throat”
      APRIL
    • Large Intestine
      Interesting Facts
      • Digestive system
      • colon cancer
      • No
      Ashley
    • The Diaphragm
      Blake
      • Part of the respratory system
      • Pulls and pushes on the lungs when you breathe
      • You cannot live without it
      • Three major disorders: Hiatal hernia, Eventration, and Phrenic nerve paralysis
    • The Gallbladder
      • digestive system
      • makes bile, which breaks down food particles
      • may need to be removed if gall stones form
      • a person can live without it
      Cara
    • The Blood
      • Transports oxygen throughout body
      • helps other organs work by keeping them alive
      • In the circulatory system
      • Sickle cell anemia, Von Willebrands disease, and Leukemia all are diseases of the blood
      • A person cannot live without blood
      Chris
    • The Trachea
      Respiratory system
      Tube connecting nose, mouth, lungs, to breathe.
      Also called wind pipe
      Made of of tissue, smooth muscle, cartilage
      Any damage to the trachea life threatening
      Trachea blocked = Choke
      Couldn’t breathe without it
      Crissy
    • PUPIL
      • Muscular system
      • Expands 7 times when excited
      • Is necessary to see
      • If you don’t have one you will be blind
      Daniel
    • THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM
      • The Muscular system is one of the most important organs in your body
      • It helps you get out of bed, brush your teeth, walk to
      classes, eat dinner
      • helps do all the functions of the body
      • It makes the other organs move
      • As you can see from the picture you have a lot of
      muscles… 630 individual muscles
      • Muscles work in pairs
      Daniel
    • The Gallbladder
      • The gallbladder is found in the digestive system.
      • The main function of the gallbladder is to store bile for digestion.
      • The bile helps process lipids in the small intestine, and breaks-down fats in foods.
      • Cholecystitis is the disease of the gallbladder that causes gall stones to form.
      • People can live without a gallbladder because it is not necessary for digestion.
      Domenic
    • The Pancreas
      digestive system
      6 inches long
      produces enzymes and hormones
      once lost, you get type 1 diabetes
      Katherine
    • The Liver
      • digestive system
      • To act like a filter
      • Works with cardiovascular system
      • Drinking can ruin your liver
      • Liver cancer and a liver transplant
      Lindsey
    • The Nose
      Organ of smell
      Made up of nasal bone and nasal cartilage
      Direct pathway to your respiratory system
      Houses your nostrils
      Main part of helping you breathe
      Madison
    • THE SKIN
      • integumentary system
      • largest in your body
      • 2 main layers—epidermis and dermis
      • covers and protects the body
      • most common diseases/disorders are acne, wrinkles, bug bites, and cuts
      Mary
    • The Esophagus
      • digestive system
      • No digestion takes place
      • Heartburn and esophageal cancer form in the esophagus
      • A person can not live without the esophagus
      Megan
    • The Thymus
      Katherine
      • Located in front of the Heart and behind the Sternum
      • Main Function is to develop immature T-cells into Mature T-cells
      • Largest and most active during Pre-Adolescent years
      • Pinkish and Gray in color
      • When older most of it becomes covered in Fatty Tissue
      • Aelius Galenus was the first to discover the size changes over time
    • the colon
      • THE COLON IS PART OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
      • EXTRACTS SALT AND WATER FROM SOLID WASTES FROM YOUR BODY
      • UP TO 5-6 FEET LONG AND 2-3 INCHES IN DIAMETER
      SARA
    • THE BRAIN
      • nervous system
      • controls all functions of the body
      • Alzheimer’s disease, autism, ADHD
      • 3 basic parts: cerebrum, cerebellum, medulla
      • you cannot live without it!
      Sarah
    • Lymph Nodes
      • lymph nodes are small circular shaped organs of the immune system
      • human body contains about 500 to 600 lymph nodes
      • lymph nodes main function is to help the body fight against infections
      Sydni
    • The ear
      • The ear is the body’s hearing organ. It is part of your five main senses.
      • Without it you would be deaf, and that would stink for anyone.
      • The ear works like a rattle
      • whenever you hear something three bones rattle on each other when you hear something.
      Lukin
    • The Lung
      • Pulmonary system
      • Helps you transport oxygen from the atmosphere into your bloodstream
      • it helps you release carbon dioxide from your bloodstream into the atmosphere
      • located behind your ribs
      • No, you could not live without your lungs
      Tommy
    • The Spinal Cord
      • Is the main function of the Nervous System
      • Allows you to move around
      • Protects organs from behind like the ribs
      • Osteoporosis makes it harder to move around
      • You can not live without the Spinal Cord
      Sean
    • Adrenal Gland
      • Controlled by pituitary gland
      • Located above the kidneys
      • Part of the endocrine system
      • Control hormones in your body
      Zach
    • The stomach
      • The stomach is in the digestive system
      • The stomach helps you digest food
      • It helps you get rid of waste
      • The stomach can get cancer and sometimes ulcers
      • You have to have a stomach to live
      Zack
    • The Heart
      • is one of the most vital organs to your body.
      • a person cant live without it.
      • Some diseases your heart can get are heart attack, heart failure, heart tumor, and carcinogenic shock
      • helps other organs by supplying oxygen for them to live.
      • main function is to pump blood throughout the body.
      • is part of the Circulatory system
      Chandler