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Human Body Detox. Clean Your Body and Live Longer!. Each team is responsible for their body, blue or pink. Every correct answer removes some toxin that can damage your body and cause disease or death.

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human body detox

Human Body Detox

Clean Your Body and Live Longer!

rules

Each team is responsible for their body, blue or pink.

  • Every correct answer removes some toxin that can damage your body and cause disease or death.
    • Each person who answers correctly gets an outstanding coupon and picks a member of the opposing team to compete for the next question by calling out a number.
    • Those two battle each other. The winner chooses another opponent from the other team.
    • BEWARE – four diseases can automatically cause death to the chooser, so choose wisely.
  • Be the first team to clean their body by removing all the toxins and save their life!
    • Every winning team member gets an outstanding coupon.
Rules
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Human Body

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cardiovascular or circulatory system

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ovaries

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immediate death

Oh no! You overeat saturated fats and cholesterol and are obese! You die from a heart attack!

IMMEDIATE DEATH

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muscular system

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The digestive system breaks down food into simple monomers for absorption into the bloodstream. It also gets rid of indigestible waste.

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The testicle.

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The kidney.

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The tympanic membrane vibrates with the sound vibrations to transfer sound from the outer ear to the ossicles in the middle ear.

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osteocyte

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Top: epidermis

Middle: dermis

Bottom: hypodermis

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ANSWER: There are many.

  • Remove fluid from tissues & return it to the blood vessels.
  • Make & transport immune cells to bones, blood, & lymph nodes.
  • Absorb & transport fatty acids from digestive system.

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ANSWER:

  • Pineal gland
  • Pituitary gland

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The neuron is shaped like a shooting star with a long tail.

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The tactile or somatosensory system.

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ANSWER:

smell

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ANSWER:

antibody

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QUESTION: What are the two subdivisions of the nervous system and what body organs are involved?

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ANSWER:

  • Central nervous system (brain & spinal cord)
  • Peripheral nervous system ( nerves)

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QUESTION: Which part of the brain is responsible for processing the chemicals in odors and determining a response?

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ANSWER:

The olfactory cortex.

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ANSWER: There are 4 functions …

  • Protection for internal organs
  • Mineral storage (calcium)
  • Blood cell formation
  • Support for posture

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ANSWER: the nasal passage filters the air we breathe so large particles don’t get lodged in our lungs

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QUESTION: What are the three types of muscles found in the human body and where are they found?

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ANSWER:

Cardiac muscle – heart

Skeletal muscle – attached to bones

Smooth muscle – internal organs

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ANSWER: to move nutrients, oxygen to the cells, and to remove toxins and carbon dioxide from the cells.

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ANSWER: melanin

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So sad! You are a chronic alcoholic and develop cirrhosis of the liver. You die a slow, painful death.

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ANSWER: T cells (produced in the thymus) can operate to activate other immune cells, to destroy antigens directly, or to remember antigen for later infections

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QUESTION: Name 3 structures or organs that are involved in the lymphatic system or immune system.

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ANSWER:

Adenoids

Bone marrow

Lymph nodes

Lymphatic vessels

Peyer’s patches

Spleen

Thymus

Tonsils

B cells

Lymphocytes

Macrophages

Thymus (T) cells

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QUESTION: What are the “fight or flight” hormones that are released during stressful situations?

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ANSWER:

epinephrine (adrenaline) and norepinephrine (noradrenaline)

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Axial (skull & vertebrae) &

appendicular (arms, shoulder girdle, legs, & pelvic girdle)

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ANSWER: the liver

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small intestine

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ANSWER: the alveolus

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ANSWER:

The endocrine system produces hormones.

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Alveoli

Bronchi

Diaphragm

Lungs

Trachea

(nasal passage, nose, mouth)

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QUESTION: Which structure in the kidney is responsible for filtering the blood to remove waste?

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ANSWER:

The nephron.

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Great. You have the most stressful job out there – an air traffic control officer. You suffer a life-ending massive stroke.

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actin (thin) and myosin (thick)

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Integumentary system

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The optic nerve.

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Nervous system

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The gustatory system includes the tongue and brain and is in charge of taste.

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QUESTION: Which body system is primarily responsible for protecting the body from internal microbe attack?

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ANSWER:

The immune system is responsible for fighting off bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa.

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