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Human Immune System Use the resources provided to find the correct words Also called immunoglobulins, these proteins lock onto specific antigens of invading pathogens. .. Released by phagocytes to communicate further immune responses in the brain. A type of phagocyte that engulfs invading pathogens . Your bodies built-in cellular defense. The first line of defense against pathogens. It is non-specific and includes physical, chemical and cellular barriers.. Big
Skeletal System Shield shaped bone that is connected to the pelvis bone. Largest bone in the arm extending from the elbow to the shoulder. Knee cap. Largest of calf bones, located on the same side as the great toe. Small point where the lower rib attaches to the sternum. Hard
Immune System These blood cells fight infection. These organisms get their nutrition from plants, animals, and people, and live in damp, warm places. They can cause athlete's foot.. Babies are born with this gland that produces T-cells, a type of white blood cell that kills germs.. This organ, in my upper left abdomen, keeps my blood clean and ready to fight germs by removing old blood cells from my blood.. Living things that cause disease and are so small you need to see them with a microscope.. Big
Joints turning of a around its own long axis. turning backwards (radius and ulnar are parallel). point mandible forward. reverse of bending movement along the sagittal plane, (increase the angle). slightly movable joints. Very Difficult
Cells, Bones, and Muscles Commonly known as the kneecap. You exercise this muscle by doing a pull up. Powerhouse of the cell. The muscles in your butt. Connects Bone to Bone. Hard
Joints Radius and Ulna are parallel . Prevents crushing of bone ends. Increase joint angle . Reduce friction where ligaments, muscles, skin, tendons, or bones rub together. Most limb joints and most joints of the body fall into this category . Hard
Neck and Back Triangular bone that makes the base of the spine. the end of a rib that attaches to the vertebra. muscle that allows us to breath. Long muscle that runs mid back along the spinous processes. Large hole made by the vertebral arch and body. Very Difficult
Lymph System a colorless fluid containing white blood cells, which bathes the tissues and drains through the lymphatic system into the bloodstream.. organized lymphoid follicles, named after the 17th-century Swiss anatomist Johann Conrad Peyer.. the components of the circulatory system that transport blood throughout the human body.. a specialized primary lymphoid organ of the immune system.. anatomical term for the central part or core of many animal bodies which extend the neck and limbs from.. Big
Cell Theory Structure in all cells and controls want controls what’s gets in and out of cells. Power house of cell responsible for cellular respiration . The site of photosynthesis only found in plant cells. Used for storage vesicles and transportation to move materials in and out of cells. Contains enzymes that aid in cells function. Big
Joints Use the hints to complete the crossword. name of the end of the big toe joint. a term referring to a disease involving muscle or joint pain. . name of hip bone joint. the seams in between skull bones. name of the upper knee joint. Very Difficult
Endocrine targets kidneys to decrease urine production . hypoadrenocorticism . prevents hypercalcemia . cushings . secreted in young, growing animals . Hard
Cells The type of cell who has the job to fertilise an egg cell. This is the part of the cell that controls what can enter and leave the cell. Something that can make diffusion happen quicker . Where all the chemical reactions happen in a cell. This is where proteins are made in cell. Big
Enzymes and DNA When something stops enzymes working. Enzymes....from temp or pH change. Enzymes that choose enantiomers. Enzymes are biological..... Molecule removed when nucleotides are polymerised. Big
Hormones This is a response to a stimulus, preparing the body for sudden action. The ovaries produce this hormone. An organ that makes and releases hormones into the blood. This is part of the female reproductive system that releases egg cells and the hormones progesterone and oestrogen. This is when the pancreas does not produce insulin. It can be controlled by injecting insulin. Big
Endocrine System Situated on top of each kidney. Produces hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol. Produces hormones that helps regulate the bodies metabolism. Helps with converting food into energy . Produces sperm and testosterone . Produces progenitor cells which mature into T-cells. It also helps other organs in the immune system. Big
Passive Transport regulates the movement of dissolved molecules from the liquid on one side of the membrane to the liquid on the other side. is how much of solute is in a given volume of solution. minor component in a solvent. Solution concentration is greater outside the cell, so water moves out of the cell. membrane allows that passage of some molecules or ions and inhibits the passage of others. Big
Organs of the Body Organs of the Body Vision. Where oxygen is exchanged. Makes enzymes that break down sugars, fats, and starches. Makes insulin. Remove waste products and excess fluid from the body. Filters the blood and removes any old or damaged red blood cells. Young Kids
The Skeleton The bone at the base of the spine. At the upper end of the backbone there is the.... Bone located behind the upper limb girdle. Hand section consisting of 8 bones. Rudiment of the backbone. Older Children
Joint Movement Analysis knee cap. wrist joint. lower back, bottom part of vertebrae. thumb joint. knee, elbow and ankle. Big
Cellular Metabolism fluid within lymphatic vessel. the amount of solute dissolved in given volume of solvent. a substance that is being dissolved in the various fluids. The solute concentration outside the cell is greater than the concentration inside the cell. fluid within a blood vessel. Big
The Eye central hole in the iris. cells that respond to different colours. carries nerve impulses to the brain. transparent coating that protects the eye. the shape of a lens that would correct short sightesdness. Hard
Vital Signs When your body makes more heat than it can lose.. A difficult vital to measure, must be 12-16 per minute.. Vital sign that is of particular concern for people with diabetes.. When measuring blood pressure, the name of the artery in the arm that the cuff is securely fastened around.. Vital signs are measured to monitor health, look for disease and check on ____ in recovery or treatment.. Big
Anatomical Movements/Positions Complete the crosswords external rotation of a joint. turn the moving bone around the axis. usually to straighten a joint. to the side. to decrease the angle or to bend. Hard
Cardiac Takes blood low in oxygen from the right ventricle to the lungs. The valve between the right atrium and ventricle. The valve between the right ventricle and the pulmonary arteries. The largest heart chamber. The side of the heart that carries blood low in oxygen. Big
The Human Body Ms Alice Leyraud The small hollow just below your waist at the front of your body.. The top part of your body, which has your eyes, mouth, and brain in it. . Between your neck and the tops of your arms.. The fine threads that grow in a mass on your head.. The back part of your foot, just below your ankle. . Big
The Respiratory System a large eel-like freshwater fish which using pulses of electricity to kill prey or for defence.. disease caused by inflammation of windpipe and the two main air tubes that lead to the lungs. substances that make something dirty or no longer pure. infectious and inflammatory lung disease that results in lung damage. breathed out (the word has the letter p). Hard
Upper Limb Trauma Direction of the displacement of the distal fracture segment in Smith fracture. Fracture of the distal part of the radius resulting in a dinner fork deformity. Fracture of the diaphysis of the ulna. Fracture of the distal radius which results in a garden spade deformity. Collateral ligament affected in skier's thumb. Hard
Upper Limb Trauma Sign seen in posterior glenohumeral dislocation. Displacement of the distal radius fragment in Smith fracture. Fracture of the distal radius associated with a dinner fork deformity. Fracture of the diaphysis of the ulna sustained as a defensive injury. Oblique fracture of the radial styloid process. Hard
Anatomy an empty space within mass. pertaining to the chest. pertaining to the head. body standing up straight and facing forward, with arms by the sides of the body and palms facing forward. the outer side. Big
Body Orientation Complete Crossword It separates the body into to equal left and right parts. . It is a space in the body where organs are situated. There are many of these places where organs can be acted based off of their location. . related to the thorax . related to the head . This is a position where the body is upright, not flexed or tense. The 'standard' body position. . Big
Genes, Genomes and Genetics the step of PCR when primers bind. genetic makeup of organism that determines phenotype. removed from mRNA by splicing. ________ disease - caused by a mutation in the HBB gene. the process of going from RNA to protein. Hard
Cells Organelles that capture light energy and create glucose in plant cells. A large structure found within the nucleus which creates ribosomes. Means there is a greater concentration of solute molecules outside the cell than inside. Cells that have membrane bound organelles. Longer projection that whips to help a cell move. Big
The Muscular System This is a crossword puzzle that has key terms related to the muscular system and how muscles are named. a muscle that has 2 different points of origin . something that can contract in different ways to cause movement. these make up your skeletal system. describes a muscle that is smaller in size compared to its counterpart. works side by side with the ___ system to help living things move. Hard
Respiration and Energy A chamber of the heart that pumps blood. There are two.. A major blood vessel that brings oxygenated blood from the lungs to the heart. A muscle in the arm that contracts to bend the arm. A gas that is given off during respiration and transported to the lungs to breathe out. Muscle that sits under our lungs to help them inhale and exhale. Hard
Skin bleeding. lack of blood to tissue. drainage with yellow , green or brown color, and odor. drying out. red, moist tissue in wound bed. Hard
Neurovascular Observations This crosswords has been created to help staff understand the patients at risk of neurovascular compromise, and what to look for when assessing the patient. If there are some words you are unsure of, please look at CPG No. 851. Neurovascular impairment can be caused by pressure to the ..................., or vascular supply to the extremity.. This is one of the symptons or signs that is assessed when performing neurovascular observations.. This is a factor that increases the risk of developing the most severe complication of neurovascular compromis. ......................... document and inform the parent unit if observations suggest that compartment syndrome is developing.. This is one of the signs that is assessed when performing neurovascular observations.. Hard
Neurones and Senses Peptides produced in the brain which inhibit the feeling of pain and cause euphoria. Specialised structure in the membrane of the postsynaptic cell.. Pain resulting from a stimulus that does not normally elicit pain. A type of glial cells that produce myelin sheath in the central nervous system. . Tiny space between presynaptic and postsynaptic cells.. Very Difficult
Cell Organelle The microtubles and microfilaments that support cell shape . An organelle that is the site of cellular respiration, releasing energy . Found in plant cells and the site of photosynthesis . An organelle of interconnecting membrane sheets that assist protein synthesis. The site for RNA and protein to create ribosomes. Hard
The Human Body this system is involved with breathing in oxygen and breathing out carbon dioxide. the bottom two chambers of the heart. this system is involved in breaking down food and absorbing nutrients into the bloodstream. contracts in when inhaling causes the lungs to expand. this blood cell clogs your blood. Big
The Skin This gland produces sebum. This protects the skin against ultraviolet light. The outer layer of the skin. When the body temperature is raised the arterioles in the blood do this. When the body temperature decreases the arterioles in the skin do this. Big
Basics of Heat Stress Some __________ may contribute to heat stress. . Heat illnesses can be serious, sometimes resulting in _____.. Seizures or _______ can be a symptom of heat stroke. . Most heat-related illnesses can be prevented by taking appropriate ___________. . Heat ______ is immediately life-threatening.. Big
Body Parts You have two under your head. This is between your arm and your fingers.. You put your shoe on this. You have ten at the end of your feet. This is very long. Young Kids
Gastrulation Complete the crossword puzzle below The mesoderm that is formed from proliferating cells from sides of primitive node and streak. A membrane structure that marks the site of the future oral cavity. This structure gives rigidity and serves as a basis for the development of the axial skeleton. Which cells are replaced by endoderm cells during gastrulation?. The direction in which cells invaginating in the primitive pit move. Hard
Reproductive System Absence of menustration . Develops in uterus during pregnancy. Provides nutrients and oxygen to baby. Aids in the production of sperm. Stool composed of materials ingested by the infant while in the uterus. Fertilized eggs pass through this from the ovaries to uterus. Hard
Cellular Respiration molecule produced during glycolysis goes to kreb cycle. molecule produced goes to electron transport chain. input of glycolysis. where glycolysis take place. absence of oxygen. Big
Anatomy and Physiology This lobe of the brain receives auditory stimuli from cochlea of the ear. This gland helps lubricate skin and hair. This lobe of the brain receives visual stimuli from photoreceptors in the eye. This structure is a chamber within the diaphysis of long bone. It contains yellow bone marrow and is lined with spongy bone. This region is where bones grow. Hard
Internal Parts Use the clues to complete the puzzle I am the system that breaks down food into nutrients for use by the body. I am the system that includes the brain. I am the system that helps animals make more of their kind. I support the organs and tissues of the body. _______line is a special sensory organ of fish. Big
Parts of the Body Complete the following crossword with the words below. Either of the two parts of the body between the top of each arm and the neck.. It is the joint between the upper and lower parts of the arm.. It is the joint between the foot and the leg.. It is the passage in the neck through which food and air pass on their way into the body.. It is the layer of tissue that covers the body.. Older Children
Teeth Another word for filling. The hard white covering over your teeth. You clean your teeth with it . Pointy teeth next to your incisors. These teeth are also called biscupid teeth and you have 8 of them . Young Kids
Body and Health one of the two halves of the brain. something that is added to something else in order to improve it or complete it; something extra. extreme tiredness. a small amount of blood or urine used for testing. a small device you use to breathe in particular medicines picture of inhaler. Hard
 
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