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Can you name the Anatomy Terms?

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definition parts of the body
perception of odors
stores sperm
organ that produces spermatozoa (men)
conveying air to and from the lungs
removal of blood cells stores intestines
sits on top of the kidneys/ produces adrenaline
playing the role of consciousness
supports the small intestine
receives blood from pulmonary veins
final section of the large intestine/ straight
carrying oxygenated blood from lungs to left atrium
conveys sperm from the testicles to the urethra
absorbs water from remaining in digestible food matter
solid waste matter leaves the body
receives blood from right atrium & pumps
receives blood from left atrium
eggs passes from an ovary
makes incline
coordinates muscles to move
inner region of organ or tissue when the outer region of cortex
holds food/ mixes things together/ breaks down some
separating thorax from abdomen, role in breathing
muscular organ forming air passage
supplying oxygenated blood to circulatory system
eggs are produced (females)
carrying blood from right ventricle to lungs
first part of the small intestine/ digests
involved in many metabolic processes
opens to the duodenum, regulates food.
definition parts of the body
duct by which urine passes from kidney to bladder
filters wastes from the blood
offspring are conceived
central cavity of the labyrinth in inner ear helps with hearing
secrete many of the components of semen
major air passages of the lungs, diverge windpipe
tasting, licking, swallowing, speech
biting and chewing
produce T cells from immune system
connects throat to stomach
comprise of the major portion of the brain
breathing rate, heart beat
runs between the stomach & large intestine/ digestion completed
thinking, learning, vision
receives blood from lower limbs & abdominal organs
canal leading to the cervix & uterus from the vulva
enclosing the heart
urine is conveyed out of the body
cartilage at roof of tongue, stops food from entering lungs
muscles
envelops the ventral nervous system
retention of urine
receives blood from head & arms & chest
hard bone prevents food from entering
bacteria lives/ breaks down more food
oxygen can pass into the blood & carbon dioxide is removed
produces saliva, salivary glad
receives blood from vena cava & coronary sinus
makes nutrients that supports the sperm

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