Gallbladder<br />Interesting facts…<br /><ul><li>Humans can live without their gallbladder
Located in the digestive system
Stores bile and concentrate liquids
You can get gallstones</li></ul>Abby<br />
Lungs<br />Interesting facts…<br /><ul><li>Located in the respiratory system
Body couldn’t live without them
Works with the circulatory system
Diseases that affect them are Pneumonia, Tuberculosis, and Emphysema </li></ul>Caitlin<br />
The Nose<br /><ul><li>Part of the Respiratory System
Main Function is  to act as a tunnel for air
Works with the lungs
Epistaxis is a disease that makes the nose bleed
Yes, you can live without a nose</li></ul>Frank<br />
Small Intestine<br /><ul><li>Digestive system contains the small intestine
Main function is to keep the body functioning and healthy
Works with the large intestine to keep body healthy
Coeliac disease affects small intestine
No, you cannot live with outit </li></ul>  Emily<br />
<ul><li>Is apart of the respiratory system
It create sounds and prevents food from entering your airways
Smoking may damage your larynx
Many different cancers can severely harm it and it may have to be removed
Without your larynx you cannot make noise and are limited to activities  </li></ul>The Voice Box  <br /><ul><li>Your laryn...
Yes you can live without your larynx</li></ul>Drew <br />
The Ear<br /><ul><li>Is part of the nervous system.
Main functions is to collect sounds.
Helps the brain.
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  2. 2. Gallbladder<br />Interesting facts…<br /><ul><li>Humans can live without their gallbladder
  3. 3. Located in the digestive system
  4. 4. Stores bile and concentrate liquids
  5. 5. You can get gallstones</li></ul>Abby<br />
  6. 6. Lungs<br />Interesting facts…<br /><ul><li>Located in the respiratory system
  7. 7. Body couldn’t live without them
  8. 8. Works with the circulatory system
  9. 9. Diseases that affect them are Pneumonia, Tuberculosis, and Emphysema </li></ul>Caitlin<br />
  10. 10. The Nose<br /><ul><li>Part of the Respiratory System
  11. 11. Main Function is to act as a tunnel for air
  12. 12. Works with the lungs
  13. 13. Epistaxis is a disease that makes the nose bleed
  14. 14. Yes, you can live without a nose</li></ul>Frank<br />
  15. 15. Small Intestine<br /><ul><li>Digestive system contains the small intestine
  16. 16. Main function is to keep the body functioning and healthy
  17. 17. Works with the large intestine to keep body healthy
  18. 18. Coeliac disease affects small intestine
  19. 19. No, you cannot live with outit </li></ul> Emily<br />
  20. 20. <ul><li>Is apart of the respiratory system
  21. 21. It create sounds and prevents food from entering your airways
  22. 22. Smoking may damage your larynx
  23. 23. Many different cancers can severely harm it and it may have to be removed
  24. 24. Without your larynx you cannot make noise and are limited to activities </li></ul>The Voice Box <br /><ul><li>Your larynx is completely made of cartilage
  25. 25. Yes you can live without your larynx</li></ul>Drew <br />
  26. 26. The Ear<br /><ul><li>Is part of the nervous system.
  27. 27. Main functions is to collect sounds.
  28. 28. Helps the brain.
  29. 29. Most hearing lost is most common in pets.
  30. 30. Diseases of the ear are swimmers ear, and ear ache.</li></ul>Erin <br />
  31. 31. Veins<br /> Fact<br /><ul><li>The veins run all through out your body
  32. 32. The veins is were your blood flows
  33. 33. If you look at your arm you can see your veins
  34. 34. The main colors of the veins are dark blue or purple</li></ul> Gabe<br />
  35. 35. The Bones<br /><ul><li>skeletal system
  36. 36. provides shape and support for the body
  37. 37. protects the other organs
  38. 38. enables us to move
  39. 39. a source of calcium
  40. 40. diseases and disorders- osteoporosis, sprains, fractures, scoliosis, Paget’s disease, and bone cancer </li></ul>Grace<br />
  41. 41. Thymus<br /><ul><li>Immune System
  42. 42. Produces T-lymphocytes (type of white blood cells)
  43. 43. Helps protect body systems from diseases
  44. 44. Thymectomy is surgical removal of the thymus
  45. 45. Located under sternum
  46. 46. Works mainly from infancy to puberty</li></ul>Katie <br />
  47. 47. The Liver<br />-In the digestive system<br />-7 different functions<br />-Produces 80% of our bodies cholesterol<br />-Filters toxins out of the body<br />-If the liver shuts down your eyes will turn yellow<br />-Largest organ in your body, therefore, you cannot live without it<br />Kelsey<br />
  48. 48. The Pancreas<br />-An endocrine organ<br /><ul><li>Produces enzymes
  49. 49. Also is a vital organ
  50. 50. Helps break down enzymes
  51. 51. Stabilizes the amount of protein in body
  52. 52. Can live without pancreas but might need an immediate injection.</li></ul>Lucy<br />
  53. 53. The Skin<br />FACTS<br /><ul><li>Skin is part of the integumentary system
  54. 54. The main function of skin is to protect the body
  55. 55. It works with the excretory system to excrete waste
  56. 56. Some common diseases and disorders are sunburn, acne, blisters, cold sores, and rashes; some less common diseases and disorders are albinism and skin cancer
  57. 57. Skin is vital to life</li></ul>Michael<br />
  58. 58. Part of the lymphatic system<br />Diseases: certain cancers, rheumatoid arthritis, systematic lupus, sickle cell anemia, leukemia, and lymphoma. <br />The spleen can be removed<br />Functions: to dispose of old blood cells and to take blood to cuts and scrapes <br />The Spleen...<br />Michelle<br />
  59. 59. bladder<br />Genitourinary system<br />Stores urine<br />Removes urine from the body though the urethra<br />It lies in your <br /> pelvis<br />You could live with-<br />Out your bladder but<br />You would have to be <br />Hooked up to a tube<br />Molly<br />
  60. 60. Nerves<br /><ul><li> Nervous system
  61. 61. Transports information to brain from senses, interprets information, makes your body move
  62. 62. Helps body take caution
  63. 63. Alzheimer’s disease, Spinal muscular atrophy, Parkinson’s disease
  64. 64. Can’t live without nerves
  65. 65. “Funny bone” not bone, nerve</li></ul>Monica<br />
  66. 66. Peripheral nerves<br /><ul><li> Nervous system
  67. 67. Sends signals to your brain
  68. 68. Need to survive
  69. 69. Range from spinal cords to </li></ul>arms and legs<br />NICK<br />
  70. 70. Muscles<br /><ul><li>Muscle system
  71. 71. Function is to produce force and cause movement.
  72. 72. Are divided into three classes cardiac, skeletal, and smooth.
  73. 73. Sprains, strains, and cramps are disorder of muscles.
  74. 74. Muscle keep you moving and help you get stronger.</li></ul>Nick W.<br />
  75. 75. Diaphragm<br /><ul><li> The diaphragm is in the respitory system
  76. 76. You can live without your diaphragm
  77. 77. its main function is breathing
  78. 78. it is also involved with non respitory activities
  79. 79. it helps prevent acid reflux</li></ul>Patrick <br />
  80. 80. The Kidney<br /><ul><li> It‘s main functions are to keep the blood clean, and to produce urine
  81. 81. You are born with two kidneys in your body but you can live with only one
  82. 82. Part of the urinary system
  83. 83. Sometimes removed because of a disease or a problem</li></ul> Catherine <br />
  84. 84. <ul><li>Part of the nervous system
  85. 85. Controls all involuntary actions in the body such as digesting or breathing
  86. 86. Some diseases are Alzheimer's, amnesia, epilepsy, headaches, concussions, and many more
  87. 87. Regulates many organs such as the heart, intestines, and digestive organs
  88. 88. Impossible to live without; we wouldn’t know how to breath and other organs would not know what to do</li></ul>The Human Brain<br /> Griffin<br />
  89. 89. The Spinal Cord<br /><ul><li>43-45 centimeters long
  90. 90. made up of 33 individual vertebrae
  91. 91. holds body upright
  92. 92. infections, tumors, and diseases are dangerous to the spinal cord
  93. 93. arthritis, osteoporosis, and spasms are disorders that can effect the spinal cord
  94. 94. very important to the human body</li></ul>Ted<br />
  95. 95. The heart is a organ, one of the most important<br />The Heart<br />It generally pumps blood through chambers in the body<br />Cardiovascular System<br />Austin<br />
  96. 96. The stomach <br />Facts<br /><ul><li>It helps to brake down food.
  97. 97. It is a vital organ.
  98. 98. It pulls out the nurturance form the food.
  99. 99. It is part of the digestive system.
  100. 100. There are a lot of different diseases that can affect the stomach.
  101. 101. It is one of the most important organs in your body.</li></ul>Cameron <br />
  102. 102. The Esophagus<br /><ul><li>The tube that connects the throat with the stomach.
  103. 103. In an adult, the esophagus is about 10 inches long.
  104. 104. The esophagus acts as a transportation tube that connects the mouth to the other organs of the Digestive System.
  105. 105. No person cam live with out an esophagus because if someone did esophagus they would die because you need an esophagus to eat and drink.</li></ul>Tiffany <br />
  106. 106. Blood <br /><ul><li>Blood is a fluid that delivers substances to the cells such as nutrients, and oxygen.
  107. 107. Blood is a part of the circulatory system.
  108. 108. We could not live without blood or else we would die.</li></ul>Trent <br />
  109. 109. The Eye<br /><ul><li> Part of nervous system
  110. 110. The main function is to let you see
  111. 111. It lets you see were your going so you don’t hurt yourself
  112. 112. A disease is blindness
  113. 113. you can live without an eye</li></ul>Tyler<br />
  114. 114. Ureter<br /><ul><li>Are muscular tubes that propel urine from the kidneys to the urinary bladder
  115. 115. Usually 25–30 cm (10–12 in) long and 3-4 mm in diameter
  116. 116. It is part of the urinary system
  117. 117. Removes wasted that is not wanted or needed</li></ul>Zach<br />

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