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Human Body Review

Integumentary System Functions • Protection • Keeps moisture in and particles out. • Regulates body temperature with sweat. • Gets rid of waste through sweat.
Integumentary System Organs Epidermis- Upper layer of skin, mostly dead. Dermis- Below epidermis, has blood vessels, nerves, hair follicles, oil glands, sweat glands.
Integumentary & Nervous Nerves in the skin receive messages from the brain and send messages to the brain.
Integumentary & Excretory Helps mainatain homeostais by excreting waste products in sweat and sweat helping our body to maintain temperature
Integumentary Response to Stimuli Skin contains nerve receptors that send messages to the brain and recieve infomation from the brain and respond.
Excretory/Urinary System Functions •Removes waste products from your blood
Excretory/Urinary System Organs Kidney- filters blood Ureter- carries urine from kidney to bladder (Urinary)Bladder- urine storage Urethra- leads urine out of body Nephron- removes the waste
Urinary & Endocrine Hormones from Endocrine System help balance fluids
Urinary Response to Stimuli Your body receives messages from hormones that allow it to maintain homeostasis: • Sweating • Urinating • Thirst
Muscular System Functions • Movement • Heat production
Muscular System Organs Smooth Muscle- In digestive tract and blood vessels Cardiac muscle- In heart Skeletal muscle- Attached to bone for movement Connective tissue- •Tendons~ connect muscle to bone •Ligaments~ Connect bone to bone
What happens in Muscular System Muscles exert forces in pairs (flexors and extensors) to make the skeleton move
Muscular & Skeletal Muscles move skeleton
Flexor & Extensor F- Contract to bend joint E- Contract to straighten joint
Skeletal System Functions Protection of organs • Storage of minerals • Movement • Blood cell formation
Skeletal & Muscular Muscles move the skeleton
Skeletal & Circulatory bone marrow Makes red blood cells.
Skeletal Organs Bones- are living organs made up of many tissues Bone Marrow- produces red and white blood cells and platelets Joints- where two bones meet Ligaments- connective tissue holding bone to bone
Circulatory System Functions • delivers oxygen and nutrients to the bodys celss and takes cell waste away
Circulatory System Organs Heart, Blood, Blood Vessels
Blood Components Plasma RBC WBC Platelets
Blood Vessel Components Arteries Capillaries Veins
Circulatory & Respiratory • lungs give oxygen to the bloodstream and the blood takes it to the cells ! • blood takes carbon dioxide from cells and brings to lungs to be released
Created by: forster_891454