1. DIGESTIVE SYSTEM-a collection of organs that breaks down
food so that it can be used by the body; the organs in this systems include the stomach, the pancreas, the liver, the gallbladder,
the small intestine, and the large intestine.
2. ESOPHAGUS-a long, straight tube that connects the throat
to the stomach.
3. STOMACH- a muscular, baglike organ of the digestive
tract that is attached to the lower end of the esophagus.
4. SMALL INTESTINE- a muscular tube about 2.5 cm in diameter
and up to 6m long; the site of most chemical digestive.
5. PANCREAS-a fish-shaped organs between the stomach and
Small Intestine that produces enzymes for chemical digestive.
6. LIVER- a large, reddish brown organ that produces bile and stores
nutrients; the liver has more than 200 functions in the body.
7. GALLBLADDER-a small, baglike organ that stores bile.
8. LARGE INTESTINE- a large organ that reabsorbs water from
the digestive tract and stores, compact, and eliminates indigestible material from the body.
9. URINARY SYSTEM-a collection of organs that remove waste from the blood; this system includes the kidneys, ureters, urethra,
and the urinary bladder.
10. KIDNEY-a bean-shaped organ that removes many harmful substance from the blood.
11. NEPHRON- a microscopic filter in the kidney that removes a variety of harmful substance from the blood.
12. URINE-a concentrated mixture of waste material that forms in the nephrons of the kidney.
13. URINEAY BLADDER- a baglike organ that stores urine until it can be eliminated through t