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turns the food we eat into power and energy breaks down food
a) digestive system
b) circulatory system
c) nervous system
d) skeletal system

made up of heart, blood, and blood vessels
a) circulatory system
b) nervous system
c) digestive system
d) respiratory system

carry information from the spinal cord to the rest of the body (they are in the spinal cord), thin fibers that carry signals between the brain and other parts of the body
a) liver
b) veins
c) nerves
d) arteries

pair of excretory organs that filter wast products from the blood
a) liver
b) lungs
c) nerves
d) kidneys

the thin, coiled part of the digestive system in the digestive system in which nutrients are removed from food and put into the bloodstream
a) small intestine
b) smooth muscle
c) arteries
d) large intestines

a column of bones that provides the main support for the body, the backbone
a) blood
b) stomach
c) spine
d) heart

body tissues that let the body move by contacting and relaxing
a) muscles
b) oxygen
c) lungs
d) nerves

trees let out oxygen (air) and people take in
a) brain
b) nerves
c) kidney
d) oxygen

supports body, protects organs and soft tissues
a) circulatory system
b) nervous system
c) skeletal system
d) digestive system

a large excretory organ that filters blood and helps with digestion
a) lungs
b) nerves
c) kidney
d) liver

work together to move the body
a) muscles and bones
b) spinal cord and kidneys
c) large intestines and heart
d) muscles and lungs

blood vessels that move oxygen rich blood away from the heart toward the body's cells
a) nerves
b) arteries
c) veins
d) muscles

muscle that moves substances without a person's control and is found in many internal organs, involuntary muscle movement
a) stomach
b) smooth muscle
c) muscles
d) cardiac muscle

take in oxygen and let out carbon dioxide, two spongy organs that bring oxygen to the blood and remove carbon dioxide from the blood
a) blood
b) liver
c) veins
d) lungs

spongy material that produces blood cells and is found in the center of bones
a) blood
b) nerves
c) heart
d) bone marrow

the thick, lower end of digestive system in which water is removed from digested food
a) carbon dioxide
b) large intestine
c) small intestine
d) arteries

connects all the other body systems, and are made up of brain, spinal cords, and nerves
a) respiratory system
b) nervous system
c) digestive system
d) skeletal system

CO2, gas people exhale
a) cardiac muscle
b) carbon dioxide
c) arteries
d) oxygen

blood vessels that carry blood from the body's cells towards the heart, carries oxygen poor blood
a) brain
b) heart
c) arteries
d) veins

the organ that pumps blood throughout the body
a) brain
b) nerves
c) heart
d) veins

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