the system that is responsible for breathing.
the system that is responsible for breaking down food into nutrients
the system that is responsible for eliminating non-solid waste from your body.
a dome shaped muscle that separates the chest cavity from the abdominal cavity.
sit on top of the trachea
carries urine from the urinary bladder to the outside of the body.
a ball the tongue forms by moving the food around in the mouth.
responsible for gas exchange.
an enzyme in the saliva that breaks down carbohydrates
the bile is produced there.
the majority of absorption happens there.
it is the end of the large intestine where leftover waste is compacted.
the feces passes out of the body through the _____
the bile is stored in it
tiny finger like progections found in the jejunum. they increase the surfacre arsa for absorption.
it is broken down into three parts: doudenum, jejunum and microvilli.
a flap of tissue that guards the entrance of the trechea. it closes when anything swallowed sould go to the esophagus and stomach.
provide protection for your chest cavity.
each of this _______ leads to your lungs.
life from something living.
hom many characteristics do living things has?
life from something non-living
directs all the cell activities.
when the bolus enters your stomach, it is know called _________
surrounds the nucleus. contain the entrance to the nucleus.
how many chriomosomes do cells have?
what are chromosomes made out of?
it moves meterials around the cell
each cell contain thousands of it.
it is called "protein packaging plant".
produces energy for the cell.
digestive plant for proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
usually found in plant cell. contain green chlorophyll.
mambrance bound sacs for storage, digestion and waste removal.
contaim organells surrounded by membrance.
does not have structures surrounded by membrance.
potosynthesis- takes carbon dioxide to make ________.
what can kill bacteria?
what can kill viruses?
any protein that our immune system used to recognize "self" vs. "not self".
protein produced in the immune system to tag and destroy ivasine microbes.
various chemicals produces by certain soil microbes that are toxic to many bacteria.
antibiotics break the cell wall to stop bacteria from _________.
movement of molecules from an area in which they are highly concentrated to an area in which they are less concentrated.
helps newly formed virus particles leave the host cell.
what is H5N1?
a flu virus may exchange genes with other viruses that have infected other cells.

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