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Medical Term 2

Body System Chart

Circulatory The circulatory system structure is to Carry blood away from the heart, to the lungs, and via veins. The main functions of the circulatory system is to transport blood to the heart, take the waste from our body and oxigen.
Respiratory Bronchi are two breathing tubes that branch out of the trachea and lead to the lungs.
Excretory The excretory system includes the kidney, Ureter, Bladder and urethra. Removes metabolic and liquid toxin wastes as well as excess water from the organism.
Immune The immune system is a collection of structure and processes within the body and protects against diseases and other bacterias too. The immune system identifies a variety of threats, viruses, bacteria and parasites.
Skeletal Is the body the skeleton provides protection by reducing risk of injury to them. Skeleton muscle is attached to the bones. The skeleton system is made of 206 bones. It performs vital functions, supports movements, and blood cell production.
Muscular The muscular system is responsible for movement of the human body. The muscular system is attached to the skeleton system. The muscular are constructed of skeleton muscle tissue, blood vessels, tendons and nerves.
Nervous Is a collection of nerves and cells known as neurons that transmit signals to the body. The brain and spinal cord are the two main centers of the nerves system. It has three general functions: sensory function, interpretative and motor function.
Integumentary Integumentary system is an organ that includes the skin, nails and hair. The Integumentary system helps protect s underlying tissues and organs from Impacts, such as injuries, chemicals, and infections.
Endocrine The endocrine system helps regulate and maintain various body functions by making and releasing hormones. Endocrine glands released hormones into blood stream, and regulate the growth of the skeleton.
Reproductive The purpose of the reproductive system is to work together for the purpose of producing another life. -The Male reproductive system consist of the testes and the penis. -The female reproductive system consist of the vagina and the uterus. the function of the reproductive system is to have sexual intercourse and reproduce another human being.
Digestive The digestive system has a mouth where it starts and then the food that you eat it will go to the stomach and the digestive system will break down the food for necessary nutrients and protein for the body. Breaks down the food for nutrients, energy and protein for the body.
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