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The human body is made up of many different __________.CorrectIncorrect
Each system in a human body perform a special ___________ and they must work together to keep us alive.CorrectIncorrect
Digestives system, transport system, breathing systems, movement systems and nervous system are some example of systems in the human bodies.CorrectIncorrect
What is the system that breaks down food and changes it to simpler soluble substances?CorrectIncorrect
(a). The digestive system in the human body has the following parts. Choose the correct part with its functions.
- Chewing and break down food into smaller pieces:
- Food moves down this tube to the stomach:
- Some food breaks down into soluble substances here:
(b). The digestive system in the human body has the following parts. Choose the correct part with its functions.
- Absorb the soluble substances:
- Food that cannot be digested moves here:
- Undigested food is stored here before it is removed as faeces:
The transport system in our body consists of 3 parts. Which of the following is not a part of the transport system in the human body.CorrectIncorrect
____________ carries food and oxygen to different parts of the body.CorrectIncorrect
What is the main function of the heart in the human body?CorrectIncorrect
Blood flows through __________ to different parts of the body.CorrectIncorrect
Pumping action of the heart form ________.CorrectIncorrect
The breathing system in our body consists of 3 main parts. Which of the following are parts of the breathing system.CorrectIncorrect
The main function of the breathing system is to take in oxygen and give out carbon dioxide to the surrounding through the lungs.CorrectIncorrect
Air enters our body through our nose and mouth when we breathe in.CorrectIncorrect
When we breathe out the carbon dioxide in the lungs is forced out through the windpipe and leaves our body through our nose or mouth.CorrectIncorrect
Fill in the correct answers.
- In the lungs, oxygen from the air move into a blood vessel then transported to the other parts of the body and used to produce from food
- is produced whenever our body gets energy from food.