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Human Body1 Jeopardy

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  • 1. Jeopardy It's time to play
  • 2. 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Body Organization Bones/Muscles Dig Sys Resp Sys Circ Sys
  • 3. What is a group of cells doing a similar job called?
  • 4. A tissue.
  • 5. What is an organ?
  • 6. A group of tissues working together.
  • 7. List the body organization from simplest to most complex.
  • 8. Cell - Tissue - Organ - Organ System - Organism
  • 9. Name four organ systems.
  • 10. Name four body systems…
  • 11. What is homeostasis?
  • 12. The body’s tendency to keep an internal balance.
  • 13. Name three bones by their scientific names?
  • 14. Name them bones!
  • 15. Name three things that the skeletal system does for us?
  • 16. Protection Support Movement Blood cell production Stores minerals
  • 17. What is the difference in appearance between skeletal and smooth muscle tissue?
  • 18. Skeletal is striated (striped) smooth isn’t.
  • 19. What is the difference between ligaments and tendons?
  • 20. Ligaments connect bone to bone. Tendons connect muscle to bone.
  • 21. What two body systems compbine to help you move your arms and legs?
  • 22. Skeletal and Muscular (review joints)
  • 23. What organs (in order) are part of the digestive system?
  • 24. Mouth - Esophagus - Stomach - Small Intestine - Large Intestine
  • 25. What is the job of the digestive system?
  • 26. To break down food so it can be ansorbed by the body.
  • 27. Where does most absorption occur in the digestive system?
  • 28. The villi of the small intestine
  • 29. What is an enzyme? What does it do?
  • 30. It is a chemical that helps to break nutrients down.
  • 31. What is peristalsis?
  • 32. Wave like contractions created by smooth muscle which helps to move food through the alimentary canal.
  • 33. Name four parts of the respiratory system?
  • 34. Nose- Trachea- Bronchus- Bronchial Tube- Alveoli
  • 35. What is the epiglottis?
  • 36. A flap that covers the traches during swallowing
  • 37. C 6 H 12 O 6 + O 2 --> Energy + CO 2 + H 2 O What is this and where does it occur ?
  • 38. Respiration and it occurs in the mitochondria of our cells.
  • 39. Describe what happens in the alveoli.
  • 40. These are the tiny air sacs where blood drops off CO 2 and picks up O 2 . (Respiratory/Circulatory)
  • 41. Describe the parts of a well run experiment on breathing.
  • 42. Problem - Hypothesis - Variables (depen/indepen) - Data Table - Graph
  • 43. What is the difference between an artery and a vein?
  • 44. A - Away!
  • 45. What is a capillary and why are they so important?
  • 46. Tiny blood vessels that allow gases like O2 and CO2 to exchange.
  • 47. Describe how digestion gets food into the blood?
  • 48. From mouth to villi please.
  • 49. What two body systems come together at the alveoli?
  • 50. Circulatory and Respiratory
  • 51. What is the flow of blood through the heart?
  • 52. Rt artrium - Rt ventricle - out to lungs - Lt atrium - Lt Ventricle - out to body (through the Aorta)

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