By: Tyler Lenamon
The respiration system controls your breathing.
The first breath you take starts at the mouth or nose, you breathe in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide.When you breathe in the air is filtered, warmed, and moistened.Once the air is breathed in it travels down the trachea and into the lungs.
Ribs: Curved bones that form a wall in your chest.
Heart: The organ that pumps blood through the body.
Lung: Exchanges carbon dioxide for oxygen.
Bronchi: Airway of the lungs.
Larynx: Connected to the trachea.
Oral cavity: Mouth.
Nasal passage: Where air is breathed in the nose.
The endocine system controls how fast your heart beats,and controls your glucose level.
The endocrine system sends hormones through you blood stream, that control you heart beats,and glucose levels.This helps regulate the body.
Pineal gland: Produces melatonin, a hormone.
Hypothalamus: A region of the brain.
Pituitary gland: A gland at the base of the brain.
Ovaries: Female reproductive organ.
Thyroid gland: A two lobed gland that wraps around the trachea, located at the base of the neck.
Thymus: An organ located behind the upper sternum.
Testes: Reproductive organ, male
Pancreas: A long, irregularly shaped gland, located behind stomach.
Adrenal gland: Either of two endocrine glands, one located above each kidney.