Flashcards in Chapter 3 7N1 Deck (26):
The building blocks of life which are the smallest parts of an organism.
A group of cells working together to make a tissue.
A group of tissues working together to make an organ.
A group of organs working together to make an organ system.
Any living thing (for example, a human or a plant) with a group of organ systems working together.
Respiration word equation
Glousce (food)+oxygen=energy+carbon dioxide+water vapour.
The bones that protect the vital organs like lungs.
The part of the body (inside the lungs) which performs gas exchange. It is also known as the air sac.
The organs where the respiratory system occurs.
A tube-like objects with rings of cartilage made to inhale/exhale air to/from the lungs.
A group of tissues working together to make a muscle (which is an organ). A muscle can move the body with its ability.
A vital organ which moves blood vessels throughout the body and is part of the circulatory system.
A tube moving air towards the alveolus.
A big amount of smaller tubes dividing the air from the bronchus.
An unnoticeable gas which forms approximately 78% of the air we inhale.
A gas which is essential for for life.
The part that joins a muscle and bone.
The part that joins 2 bones together.
Tissues that produce an object which is hard and protects vital organs.
The part which joins 2 bones together.
The part which gives the skeleton the ability to move.
2 muscles working in opposite places and works together.
A fluid found in synovial joints.
A tissue at both ends of bones to prevent them from wearing out by rubbing together.
Breathing in air.