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Human Body Systems

System Function or other
Levels of Organization Cell, Tissue, Organ, Organ System, Organism
Integumentary System Protects the other body systems from injury and infection Helps the body maintain homeostasis Synthesis of Vitamin D required for bone formation Sensory perception
Integumentary System Structures Main organ: skin
Muscular system provide movement for the body
Muscular System Structures skeletal: pull bones to cause movement smooth: organ muscle, and vascular walls cardiac: heart contractions 3 types of muscles and tendons
Circulatory System carries blood and needed substances oxygen and nutrients) to cells and waste products away to the cells and all your body
Circulatory System Structures carries cells that fight disease white blood cells
3 main parts of the circulatory system the heart - pump blood that blood vessels- bring blood around blood - carry oxygen, nutrients, and waste
Respiratory System Moves oxygen from the outside environment into the body Removes carbon dioxide and water from the body
Respiratory System Structures Main structure: lungs also bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli, nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, epiglottis, trachea
To bring oxygen around your body oxygen molecules are transport the cells by the circulatory system the blood absorb the oxygen molecules in the lungs that are part of the respiratory system conclusion the circulatory and respiratory system work together
Digestive System breaks down food small enough to get into your cells
Digestive System Structures main structures: stomach, esophagus, mouth, salivary glands, large and small intestines, rectum, villi
Excretory System collects that waste produced by the cells and removes that waste from the body
Excretory System Structures main organ: kidneys others are sweat glands, urinary bladder, urethra, ureter
Immune System fights germs entering the body
Immune System Structures main prats: lymph, white blood cells, antibodies
Nervous System control for the rest of the systems - receives information from inside and outside the body - directs that way that the body will respond
Nervous System Structures main structures: brain, spinal cord, nerve cells, sense organs
Reproductive System allows more humans to be born to continue the species
Reproductive System Structures Main structures: egg, sperm, ovaries, testes
Endocrine System produces hormones that control the levels of other substances in the body
Endocrine System Structures Structures: ductless glands, hormones
Skeletal System protects organs, produces blood, stores minerals, movement and support
Skeletal System Structures Main Structures: bones, joints, ligaments
Created by: kaitlyn234