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Body Systems

circulatory system transports materials throughout the body through the blood
circulatory blood and heart
digestive system breaks down food to absorb nutrients for energy
digestive mouth, esophagus, stomach, intestines
respiratory system exchange of gases(oxygen and carbon dioxide); breathing
respiratory lungs, diaphragm, trachea
immune system defense to prevent infection and destroy pathogens
immune T cells and white blood cells
integumentary system covers your body for protection and regulate body temperature
integumentary skin, hair, and nails
skeletal system provide support and protection; makes red blood cells
skeletal bones
muscular system movement of the body
muscular muscles
excretory system removes wastes from the body
excretory kidneys and bladder
endocrine system glands release hormones, regulate body temperature, metabolism, and development
endocrine gland and hormones
reproductive system produce offspring
reproductive ovaries and testes
Created by: JMHSBIO