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5th grade Human Organs

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Skin In humans, it is the largest organ. It holds everything together, protects our bodies, helps keep our bodies at just the right temperature, allows us to have the sense of touch
Brain the control center for all the body's functions, such as walking, talking, swallowing, breathing, taste, smell, heart rate, thinking and so on
Heart is sort of like a pump, or two pumps in one, receives blood from the body and pumps it to the lungs, receives blood from the lungs and pumps it out to the body
Lungs transport oxygen from the air you breathe into your bloodstream while taking away carbon dioxide, which is released into the air when you breathe out
Stomach main jobs are to store and break down the food you eat
Liver cleans your blood. It produces an important digestive liquid called bile. It stores energy in the form of a sugar called glycogen
intestines are shaped like long tubes. They help break down food so that the body can use it for energy.
pancreas a part of the body's digestive system. It produces juices called enzymes, which help the body to digest food.
sensory organs eyes, ears, tongue, skin, and nose — help to protect the body, contain receptors that relay information through sensory neurons to the appropriate places within the nervous system so that we can use our five senses of taste, touch , feel, smell and see.
Kidneys Clean and filter your blood to remove wastes; helps to make red blood cells; regulates blood pressure; help regulate substances in blood, including minerals like potassium, sodium, calcium; regulates the acidity of blood and controls water level
Bladder a hollow muscular organ that collects urine from the kidneys before disposal by urination.
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