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AP MOD. I-Organs

Organ Systems

integumentary system the skin
protection primary function of the skin
skeletal system contains bones, cartilage, ligaments and joints
bones organs of the skeletal system
muscular system functions include movement, body posture, and production of heat
skeletomuscular system combination of skeltal and muscular system
nervous system funtions include control and integration of body funtions
central nervous system CNS-contains brain and spinal cord
peripheral nervous system PNS-contains cranial nerves, spinal nerves and sense organs
endocrine system contains ductless glands that secrete hormones into the blood
cardiovascular system also called circulatory system, contains heart and blood vessels
lymphatic system transports lymph, provides immuntiy
immune system phagocytosis of bacteria and provides protection from harmful agents
respiratory system exchanges waste gases for oxygen in lungs
digestive system mechanical and chemical breakdown of food
urinary system acid/base, electrolyte and water balance
reproductive system production of sex cells and hormones
Created by: ddoyon