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Human Body Systems

brings oxygen and nutrients to the cells of the body circulatory system
the smallest unit of life from which all living things are made cell
groups of tissues and organs that protect the body integumentary
a body part made up of different types of tissue that work together organ
provides a way to produce offspring reproductive
supports and protects the body skeletal
a group of similar cells that do the same job tissue
carries oxygen into the bloodstream and releases carbon dioxide as waste from the body respiratory
produces movement muscular
removes waste excretory
breaks down food so your body can use it and gets rid of food parts that your body cannot use digestive
helps body respond to environment nervous
regulates growth and development endocrine
groups of organs working together system
nose/mouth to trachea to bronchial tubes to lungs flow of air
mouth to esophagus to stomach to small intestine to large intestine path of food
plasma, red and white blood cells, and platelets ingredients of blood
vena cava to right atrium to right ventricle to pulmonary artery to lungs to pulmonary vein to left atrium to left ventricle to aorta path of blood through the heart
carry blood from the heart arteries
returns blood to the heart veins
smallest blood vessels capillaries
Created by: shapiro