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Meet the internal organs!

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Daniela Mercado

on 16 November 2012

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Pharynx The membrane-lined
cavity behind the
nose and mouth,
connecting them
to the esophagus. Meet the internal organs! Team Gall bladder Duodenum Rectum Bladder Anus Large intestine Pancreas Spleen Stomach Capillaries Small intestine Gullet Internal Organs Internal organs of the eye Tonsil The mass of nerves
inside the spine that connects all parts of the body to the brain. Bladder Organ that is shaped
like a bag in which
liquid waste. Testicle Pupil Either of the two organs that produce sperm, located in a bag of skin below the penis. White The white part of the eyeball Ciliary Muscle Eyeball Eyelash Connected with the eye or the sense of sight. Sclera Prostate López Mercado Daniela Brenda Macario Godínez Cindy Anahy Captain: Márquez Sánchez Jessica Ortega Rodríguez Anay Soto Guillen Tania Marilyn Teacher: Luz Herendira Hernández Rubio Internal organs of the body 607 15/11/12 Brain The organ inside
the head
that controls
thought, memory
and feeling. Uvula A small piece of flesh
that hangs from the
top of the inside of the
mouth just above the
throat. Larynx The hollow muscular organ
forming an air passage to the
lungs and holding the vocal
cords in humans and other
mammals. Windpipe/ Trachea A large membranous tube reinforced by rings of cartilage, extending from the larynx to the bronchial tubes and conveying air to and from the lungs; the windpipe. Any of the smaller
divisions of the bronchi
of the lung. Bronchial Tube Heart The organ in the chest
that sends blood around
the body, usually on the left in humans. Liver A large lobed
glandular organ
in the abdomen
of vertebrates,
involved in
many metabolic
processes. Bile duct The duct which conveys bile from the liver and the gall bladder to the duodenum. Kidney Each of a pair
of organs in the
abdominal cavity
of mammals, birds, and reptiles, that
excrete urine. An organ attached
to the liver in which
bile is stored. The first part
of the small
intestine, next
to the stomach. Colon The colon is about
six feet long and is
the part of the body's
digestive system that
moves waste material
from the small intestine
to the rectum. Appendix A small bag of tissue that is attached to the large intestine. in humans, the appendix has no clear function The end section of the
tube where food
waste collects before
leaving the body
through the anus. The opening in a person's
bottom through which solid
waste leaves the body. A long tube in the body
between the stomach and
the anus. The portion of the digestive
tract comprising the cecum;
the appendix; the ascending,
transverse, and descending
colons; and the rectum. An organ near the stomach that
produces insulin and a liquid that
helps the body
to digest food. A small organ near the stomach
that controls the quality of
the blood cells. The internal organ in which the major
part of the digestion of food occurs, being
(in humans and many mammals) a
pear-shaped enlargement of the
alimentary canal linking the
esophagus to the small
intestine. Any of the fine branching blood vessels that
form a network between the arterioles and
venules. Lungs Either of the two organs in the
chest that you use
for breathing. The tube through which
food passes from
the mouth
to the stomach
(Oesophagus). Either of the two small organs
at the sides of
the throat,
near the base
of the tongue. Spinal cord Eyelid Either of the pieces of skin above and below the eye that cover it when you blink or close the eye. see not bat an eyelid. Iris The round colored part
that surrounds the pupil
of your eye. The small round black area at the centre of the eye. Tear Duct A tube through which tears pass from the tear glands to the eye, or from the eye to the nose. One of the hairs growing on the edge of the eyelids. The round part of the eye of a vertebrate, within the eyelids and socket. A muscle in the eye that controls how much the lens curves Cornea The transparent layer which covers and protects the outer part of the eye. Lens The transparent part of the eye, behind the pupil, that focuses light so that you can see clearly. Optic Nerve Retina A layer of tissue at the back of the eye that is sensitive to light and sends signals to the brain about what is seen. The white outer layer of the eyeball. At the front of the eye it is continuous with the cornea. A small organ in men, near the bladder,
that produces a liquid in which sperm is carried. Hope you liked it!
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