Add glucose to the blood
Filter waste from the blood
Add uric acid and urea into the blood
Reduce a person's blood pressure
They would urinate on themselves
They would have a urinary tract infection
They would have more toxins in their blood
The ability to move
Strength and the ability to move
None of the above
Brain, Heart and Spinal Cord
Brain, Spinal Cord and nerves
Nerves, Arteries and veins
Nerves, Liver and heart
Breathe - o - meter
Tiny cell phones
To take in glucose and convert it into useable energy.
Send signals through the spinal cord and brain to tell other parts of the body what to do.
Take waste products and take them out of the body.
To allow gas exchange to provide parts of the body with oxygen.
Mouth, Trachea, Stomach, Lungs
Mouth, Lungs, Trachea
Mouth, Trachea, Lungs
D contracts letting air into lungs
A contracts letting air into the lungs
E lets air into lungs then C takes in Hydrogen
A contracts allowing I to let air out
Regulation of body temperature
Synthesis of Vitamin E
Protection from physical, chemical, and biological harm
Sensations such as touch, pressure, vibration, tickle, heat, cold, and pain
Excretion of wastes like urea, ammonia, salts, and carbon dioxide
Automatic and enzymatic
Physically and chemically
Mechanically and Chemically
Alchemical and motorized
None of the above
In the stomach
In your mouth
In your large intestines
In your small intestines
The main role of the large intestine is to churn food around with enzymes.
The main role of the large intestine is to break down solid food.
The main role of the large intestine is to absorb water.
The main role of the large intestine is to mash and cut foods.
All of the above.
The digestive system breaks down and handles food.
The digestive system pumps blood throughout the body.
The digestive system helps you breathe.
The digestive system helps you arms and legs move.
The tube that moves food from the back of the throat to the stomach is epiglottis.
The tube that moves food from the back of the throat to the stomach is esophagus.
The tube that moves food from the back of the throat to the stomach is feeding tubes.
The tube that moves food from the back of the throat to the stomach is pharynx.
Oxygen helps the blood to clot.
Oxygen brings food to the cells.
Oxygen is necessary for cell growth and energy.
Oxygen is not important -- carbon dioxide is the most important substance to the body.
Oxygen enters a person's bloodstream through the lungs.The blood carries oxygen to the cells of the body. In the cells, oxygen combines with chemicals obtained from food to produce energy needed for each cell to perform its function in the body.
Platelets are exchanged for plasma.
Carbon dioxide is replaced with oxygen.
Blood fills the lungs and causes coughing.
Nothing -- the lungs are just a place blood goes through on its way back to the heart.
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The rib cage
The baglike, muscular organ that mixes and chemically changes protein is the liver .
The baglike, muscular organ that mixes and chemically changes protein is the small intestine.
The baglike, muscular organ that mixes and chemically changes protein is the large intestine
The baglike, muscular organ that mixes and chemically changes protein is the stomach.
The body's breathing system
The body's system of nerves
The body's food-processing system
The body's blood-transporting system