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The Ear Specialized sudoriferous glands (sweat glands) located subcutaneously in the external auditory canal.. The rigid outer wall of the inner ear. It consists of three parts: the vestibule, semicircular canals, and cochlea.. The spiral cavity of the inner ear containing the organ of Corti, which produces nerve impulses in response to sound vibrations.. The external part of the ear in humans and other mammals.. The organ in the inner ear found only in mammals that contains auditory sensory cells, or 'hair cells.'. Hard
The Nervous System Largest nerve tract that connects the right and left hemispheres of the brain.. A deep grove in the brain.. A cerebrovascular accident.. Causes muscles to contract, glands to secrete, and organs to function properly.. A fluid that helps cushion the brain and spinal cord and nourishes with oxygen and glucose.. Hard
Major Bones of the Body Protects many vital organs. Has many bones fused together to protect the brain. Collarbone. The longest bone of the body. Fingers and toes. Older Children
Body Systems what is produced in bone marrow. what cell includes b-cell, T-cells and cytotoxic T-cells . what allows organisms to respond to the environment. what cell allows diffucsion of nutrients . what cell carrys oxygen . Hard
The Digestive System performs over 500 different jobs. the process in which our body breaks down food and delivers nutrients. loop-like structures in the small intestine. removes water and salts. produces bile which breaks down fat. Teenage
Placenta Placenta is produced during___________. Enhance uterine blood supply and enlarge breasts. Placenta is located in the_________. Placenta is attached or covering the uterus. Causes relaxation of pelvic ligaments. Hard
Parts of a Cell Storage bubbles that store food and a variety of nutrients.. Protein builders or the protein synthesizers of the cell. . Named after Camillo Golgi, an Italian biologist.. Holds all of the cell pieces and fluids inside the cell and keeps any nasty things outside the cell.. Powerhouse of the cell.. Hard
Integumentary System hair develops from this structure. absence of normal pigmentation. secondary hairs make up this . layer with closely packed clear cells. inner thicker layer of skin . Hard
Cell Structures uses solar energy to do photosynthesis; contains chlorophyll. supports cell and provides shape; aids movement of materials in and out of the cell; composed of microtubes. two layers around the nucleus that contain numerous openings for nuclear traffic. the outer membrane of the cell that controls cellular traffic. uses RNA to produce proteins. Hard
Endocrine-DM Insulins and Oral Agents Metformin HCL (Glucophage) is this type of oral agent.. Diabetes Mellitus Type I is most prone to accumulation of toxic __________.. __________ is given to quickly raise the blood sugar.. Insulin is absorbed most quickly when injected into the __________.. Insulin is metabolized in the __________.. Hard
The Skeletal System A joint that allows one bone to rotate around another.. A mineral that helps keep bones strong.. A condition in which the body's bones become weak and break easily.. A place where two bones come together.. A joint that allows little or no movement.. Older Children
The Skeletal System A joint that allows one bone to rotate around another.. A mineral that helps keep bones strong.. A condition in which the body's bones become weak and break easily.. A place where two bones come together.. A joint that allows little or no movement.. Older Children
The Skeletal System A joint that allows one bone to rotate around another.. A mineral that helps keep bones strong.. A condition in which the body's bones become weak and break easily.. A place where two bones come together.. A joint that allows little or no movement.. Hard
Digestive System fill in the crossword with the correct word. the part of the body that contains the digestive organs. In human beings, this is between the diaphragm and the pelvis. a small sac located on the cecum.. a large organ located above and in front of the stomach. It filters toxins from the blood, and makes bile (which breaks down fats) and some blood proteins.. a type of protein that speeds up the rate of a chemical reaction in your body.. the part of the large intestine that run downwards after the transverse colon and before the sigmoid colon.. Big
Integumentary System By using the hint or clues, you can find the hidden words in the crossword puzzle. Produces keratin cells that make up the nail plate. A type of protein found in the skin, hair, and nails. Produces hair. Is a layer of fat and connective tissue that houses larger blood vessels and nerves. Is enclosed within a hair follicle. Hard
Body System's Complete the crossword puzzle by using the hints. Gas exchange. Produce blood cells. Place where two bones meet. A state of balance . Breaks food down. Hard
cells it makes you strong. its like water on you. its in you. its on you hands feet etc . it affects you. Older Children
Body Parts All these things work together to keep me alive. These help me move around. I can't breathe without these. I have lots of these and they can be broken!. This controls everything I do from moving my hand to running and walking. Easy
Neural Processing and the Brain Allows control of the skeletal muscles. Directs messages to sensory receiving areas in cortex. Processes sensory input and coordinates balance. Detects where radioactive glucose goes under brain activity. Minimum intensity needed for a neural impulse to stimulate. Adult
Abdominal A&P nonencapsulated organ of the abdomen. vessel that divides the liver into right and left lobes. accessory duct found in the pancreas. location of the IVC in realtion to the liver. function unit of the kidney. Hard
Reproductive System . the young of an animal in early stages of development within the womb. any bodily passage, especially one conveying secretions or excretion. reproductive gland. semen, a male reproductive cell. the process involved in the union of a male and female sex cell outside of the body of the female. Hard
Muscular A muscle that acts as a stabilizer of one part of the body during movement of another part.. Any of the elongated contractile threads found in striated muscle.. One of the segments into which a myofibril is divided.. A nerve cell forming part of pathway along which impulses pass from the brain or spinal cord to a muscle or gland.. Of or relating to skeleton muscle that is composed of weak, slowly contracting fibers, adopted for low-intensity, high-endurance activities.. Big
Respiratory System The most amount of air that the lungs can hold.. The area of the body where oxygen is inhaled and carbon dioxide is inhaled and carbon dioxide is exhaled. This is a little flap that moves to block the windpipe when you are eating.. Tiny sacs at the end of each bronchiole. This is where oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged. The plural of this is alveoli.. This is hemoglobin without oxygen molecules. Oftentimes deoxy- hemoglobin contains carbon dioxide instead. They are colored purple or blue.. Hard
Respiratory Crossword Portion of lungs connected with the ribs. Accelerated breathing . Normal respiratory rate. Noise produce by air rushing through trachea and bronchi. Warms and moistens air. Big
Respiratory Crossword Palate supported by the bone. 'adenoid'; located high in the nasopharynx. Warms and moistens air. Superior opening of the larynx. Located at the base of the tongue. Hard
Digestive System chewing of food. digestive tract layer that contains large blood vessels and lymphatic vessels. ducts located along sides of lingual frendulum. secretes intrinsic factor and hydrochloric acid (2 words). superior portion of stomach. Big
Circulatory System filters foriegn substances from blood. increase in numbers when infection is present. the pressure of the blood inthe vessels. beat of the the pulse; measured in beats per minute. abnormal heart function. Hard
Musculoskeletal System A place where two things, or separate parts of one thing,are joined or united, to create a motion. . A joint located where the neck and backbone connect. Is a joint located In the hip where the leg and hip connect . Is a joint located in the thumbs. Is a joint located in the hand near the wrist.. Older Children
Cell Project In plant cells that make food. Group of similar cells doing the same thing. Make their own protein. Structures in cytoplasm. A cell that has chloroplast. Hard
Parts Of A Cell Green struture in plant cells. Sac-like space for storing food and waste. Cell containing nucleus. Small organelle composed of cytoplasmic granuales. Basic unit of life. Hard
The Digestive System gastric juice which is produced by the liver. finger-like structures that contains blood and lymph vessels. a semisolid material that is discharged by the anus. a narrow coiled tube which is 22ft. long. it is where the food enters. Older Children
Cell Reproduction doubled chromosome. chromosomes separate. Mitosis is broken up into __________ parts. daughter cells are identical.... copied chromosomes align in the..... Hard
Tissue Types Transports substances, helps maintain stable internal movement. Located throughout the body within heart chambers.. Form the substance of bone. Contains a blood vessel.(haversian system). heart movements. Located in the heart muscle.. Contains a dense network of elastic fiber. It is more flexible than hyalie cartilage. Provides framework for external ears and for parts of the larynx.. Rigid connective tissue. Provides support, frameworks and attachements. Protects underlying tissues. Forms structural models for developing bones.. Big
Circulatory just before the capillaries. occurs when a tissue can't get enough oxygen because of reduced blood flow. soluble precursor to the major blood clotting protein. percent of blood sample made up of red blood cells. primary pacemaker. Hard
Head and Neck Anatomy Muscle of mastication. act of chewing. crackling or grinding sound. the cheekbone. contains tooth sockets. Hard
To Kill a Mockingbird evil. favorable. very bad or unpleasant. always ready to fight. to carry on in spite of difficulties. Older Children
Cells Magnifies by focusing beams of electrons.. Fluid-filled area of the cell used for storage.. Surrounds the nucleus and has pores that allows things to enter/leave the nucleus.. Loose, uncoiled DNA that is stretched out so the cell can 'read' the DNA. Present in the nucleus.. Produces lipids and breaks down toxic substances.. Hard
Wounds Dead, devitalized (necrotic) tissue can delay healing. Slough and eschar are the 2 types of necrotic tissue that may appear in a wound. Slough is moist, loose, stringy necrotic tissue that is typically yellow. Eschar, which appears as dry, thick, lea. Suppression of the immune system by disease, medication, or age can delay wound healing. Radiation therapy can cause ulceration or change in the skin; either immediately after a treatment or after all treatment has ended.. these decrease the strength of the scar and increase the risk of developing a hematoma.. impedes the transformation of monocytes into macrophages. a collagenase enzyme applied to necrotic tissue areas . Very Difficult
Cells Microscope that magnifies by focusing beams of electrons. Fluid-filled area of the cell used for storage. Sometimes called the Nuclear Envelope. Stores food or pigment molecules. Small, round structures that make proteins using genetic information from the nucleus. Teenage
Cellular Functions the cell releases substances. carries substances across the cell and releases them. concentration is equal. a difference in concentration of a substance. movement across a cell membrane that does not cost energy. Adult
Tissue A type of connective tissue that form a 3D web to create a mesh. Form the framework of the spleen, lymph nodes, and bone marrow.. Stratified tissue typically found in body areas that are subjected to stress and tension changes. For example, the urinary bladder.. thin, sheetlike structures that may have many important functions to the body. They cover and protect the body surface, line body cavities, and cover inner surfaces of hollow organs.. The formal name for the cells that are responsible for producing antibodies and fighting infections.. The basic structural unit of bone.. Big
Parts of the Brain Encloses the shallow third ventricle. A very large fiber tract that connects the cerebral hemispheres. Plays a role in consciousness and the awake/sleep cycles. Also known as the 'interbrain'. Contains centers that control heart rate, blood pressure, breathing, swallowing, and vomiting. Teenage
The Kidneys Small calcium deposits that cause pain in the kidneys. Collection point for the body's liquid waste. Treatment used for kidney failure. Describing many fluid-filled sacs on the kidney. Drinking plenty of this will flush the kidneys. Teenage
Human Body Systems Cells in liquid that carry nutrients thoughout the body. Group of cells with the same job. Tissues that share the same task. Part of the body in the chest to help you breath. Carries blood away from the heart. Teenage
Hair and Fiber found in hair and nails. controls the amount of light going through the aperture; may be adjusted. created by forcing fiber forming materials through holes into the air, forming a thread.. the refraction of light in an anisotropic material (as calcite) in two slightly different directions to form two rays . large, flat area under the objectives. Very Difficult
Enzymes & Digestive System too much water is absorbed by large intestine. sphincter at top of stomach. hormone that raises blood sugar levels. tissue that keeps food from going down trachea. enzymes work by ________ the activation energy. Hard
Body Systems the system that fights off disease; composed of leukocytes, tonsils, adenoids, thymus, and spleen. pumping and channeling blood to and from the body and lungs with heart, blood, and blood vessels. skin, hair and nails . collecting, transferring and processing information with brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and nerves . communication within the body using hormones made by endocrine glands such as the hypothalamus, pituitary or pituitary gland, pineal body or pineal gland, thyroid, parathyroids, and adrenals or adrenal glands . Older Children
Body More Then What the ideal Body Compistion is. Small Badoy Type. Nonfat Tissuse. A Slow Prosses of Gaining Weight. Big Body Type. Hard
BODY IMAGE persons with ___________ disorder often eat a very large amount of food and feel out of control while doing so.. __________ is a condition in which a person starve themselves in order to loose weight. showing__________ is one way to help someone with an eating disorder. a condition in which a person eats a very small amount of food or extremely large amounts of food is called ______. ________ themselves the way they are will help teen improve their body image.. Teenage
Organ Systems This system delivers nutrients and oxygen to the cells, removes waste and carbon dioxide from the cells . This system collects waste produced by cells and removes the waste from the body . Red blood cells are made mostly of this, iron-containing protein. Lower chambers of the heart that pumps blood out of the heart. Carries blood away from the heart. Hard
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