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Organ that stores urine.
Organ that controls what the body does.
Organ that helps breathing. As it moves downwards it helps make the lungs bigger, allowing them to fill with air. As it moves upwards, it makes the lungs smaller, pushing air out.
A mixture of unwanted food and certain materials excreted by the liver. Often call ‘poo’.
Organ in the shape of a tube that takes food from your mouth to your stomach. Also called the ‘gullet’ or ‘oesophagus’.
The job or role something has.
More scientific name for ‘foodpipe’. Also called the ‘oesophagus’.
Organ that pumps blood.
The small intestine and large intestine together.
Organs used to clean the blood and make urine.
Organ that removes water from unwanted food.
Plant organ used to make food by photosynthesis.
Organ used to make and destroy substances in our bodies. It also stores some substances.
Organs used to take oxygen out of the air and into the blood. They also put waste carbon dioxide into the air.
Scientific name for the ‘gullet’ or ‘foodpipe’. A tube that takes food from your mouth to your stomach.
A large part of a plant or animal that does a very important job.
Process that plants use to make their own food. It needs light to work.
Organ that stores faeces.
Plant organ used to take water out of soil.
Organ used for protection and feeling.
Organ used to break up food and get it into the blood.
Plant organ used to take water to the leaves and to support the leaves.
Organ used to break up food.
Organ used by plants to store materials.
More scientific name for ‘windpipe’.
Organ in the shape of a tube that takes air to and from your lungs. Also called the trachea.