Science Quiz / Bodily Functions

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Can you name the things your body does by the description provided?

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The final act of digestion in which one eliminates waste via the anus
A reflex of simultaneously inhaling air and stretching the eardrums
Rapid movement of the eye done to cleanse the cornea and conjuctiva from irritants with the use of tears
The flow of saliva outside of the mouth
A repetitive defense reflex meant to clear the large breathing passages of foreign particles
An esophageal contraction of the diaphragm when an abrupt rush of air causes a closing of the epiglottis
The expulsion of gases produced via the digestive process through the rectum
The transfer of food from the mouth to the stomach, aided by saliva
An audible expression of happiness or inward joy
The process of taking in oxygen and emitting carbon dioxide
The involuntary expulsion of the contents of one's stomach through the mouth
The process of producing tears to clean one's eyes, sometimes done in response to emotional pain or joy
The disposing of urine from the bladder through the urethra
A convulsive expulsion of air through the nasal passages and mouth
The release of gas from the digestive tract through the mouth
Thermoregulation, or the regulation of one's body, by means of emitting liquid through the skin.

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