|What are the different levels of organisation in your body?
|Cells tissues organs organ systems
|Name 5 organ systems of the body?
|Respiratory system, Digestive system, Circulatory system, Excretory system, Skeletal system.
|Name the organ system which makes the food available in a form the body can use?
|The process of breaking down food into useable form and making the nutrients available.
|Where does digestion take place in your body?
|In the Digestive system
|What does your Digestive System consist of?
|A digestive tract, organs off to the side of the digestive tract that produce chemicals that assist with digestion
|What is the first part of the Digestive tract?
|Name 3 organs of the Digestive System?
|Stomach, Liver and Pancreas (Answers may vary)
|What are the two types of Digestion?
|Mechanical Digestion. AND Chemical Digestion.
|How does Mechanical digestion happen?
|Mechanical digestion happens when you tear and chew food with your teeth.
|How does Chemical Digestion happen?
|Chemical Digestion happens when saliva in your mouth and gastric juice in your stomach break down your food.
|Define Gastric Juice.
|A mixture of chemicals produced by cells in the stomach wall.
|Why is Chemical Digestion a chemical change?
|Because new substances are produced.
|What are the four types of teeth in your mouth?
|Saliva is a watery liquid produced by your salivary glands.
|What is oesophagus?
|The oesophagus is long, muscular tube that has the mouth at one end and stomach at the other end.
|What is the process of Peristalsis?
|The process of pushing food through the digestive tract by alternating contraction and relaxing of muscles.
|What is the only muscle in the human body that is attached at only one end?
|What makes sure that the food goes into your stomach and not into your lungs?
|Epiglottis (flap of skin)
|What is Bolus?