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Integumentary the skin and its appendages. Also including the Epidermis, Dermis, and Subcutaneous Layer
Circulatory the heart and blood vessels that circulate blood through the body
Respiratory brings air into the body and removes carbon dioxide. It includes the nose, trachea, and lungs.
Lymphatic Maintains immunity and fluid balance throughout the body. also known as the Immune System.
Excretory disposing of the body's waste. also known as the urinary system.
Endocrine glands responsible for secreting hormones into the blood stream.
Digestive breaks down food into smaller, easier to absorb nutrients
Nervous a system that transmits electrical signals from the body to the brain
Muscular enables movement of the body and internal organs
Skeletal an internal frame for the body, protects major internal organs and provides overall support.
Reproductive system of organs involved in producing offspring
Created by: Bshiffman