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Chapter 1

Body systems

Integumentary System external body covering protects deeper injurys regulate body temp location at cutaneous nerve receptors
Skeletal system protects and supports body organs muscle attachment for movement site of blood cell formation stores minerals
Muscular system produces movements maintains posture produces heat
Nervous system fast acting control system responds to internal and external change activates muscle glands
Endocrine system secretes regulatory hormones (growth, reproduction, metabolism)
Cardiovascular system transport materials in body by blood pumped by heart oxygen carbon dioxide nutrients wastes
lymphatic system returns fluids to blood vessels cleanses the blood involved in immunity
Respiratory system keeps blood supplied with oxygen removes carbon dioxide
Digestive system breaks down food nutrient absorption to blood eliminates indigestible material as feces
urinary system eliminates nitrogenous waste maintains acid and base balance regulates water and electrolytes
Reproductive system produces offspring testes produces sperm and male hormone ovaries produce eggs and female hormones
Created by: megmac25