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Body Systems Test

review of: circulatory, respiratory, lymphatic, digestive, excretory & nervous

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The Nervous system gathers and responds to information
The skeletal system protects organs and tissues
The muscular system allows the body to move
The respiratory system allows for the exchange of oxygen and carbondioxide
the circulatory system delivers nutrients and other essential materials like oxygen to the cells and removes waste products
the digestive system breaks down food into nutrients that can be used by the cells of the body
excretory system processes and eliminates wastes from the body
respiration takes place in the lungs and the process of is obtaining oxygen and releasing carbon dioxide
lymphatic system body's immune system also returns body fluid (lymph) to the bloodstream
Provides support for the body and protects internal organs Skeletal System
Makes blood cells Skeletal System
Stores Vitamin D Skeletal System
Assists with movement Skeletal System
Pumps blood through the body Muscular System
Enables you to breathe Muscular System
Holds you up and allows you to move Muscular System
Exchanges Carbon Dioxide for Oxygen Respiratory System
Delivers oxygen to cells circulatory system
delivers nutrients to the cells of the body circulatory system
carries wastes from the cells of the body to the excretory organs circulatory system
Returns excess fluid to the blood lymphatic system
recognizes and attacks foreign substances in the body Immune system
Provides external protection against pathogens such as germs, viruses and bacteria Integumentary system
Eliminates waste via sweating Integumentary System
Helps to regulate temperature by sweating Integumentary System
Uses chemicals called hormones to control body systems Endocrine system
Chemicals called hormones that lead to puberty Endocrine System
Eliminates liquid wastes from the body Excretory system
Eliminates solid wastes from the body Digestive System
Filters and cleans toxins from the blood Excretory system
Breaks down food into usable nutrients Digestive system
Controls the entire body and all of the body systems Nervous system
Responsible for your senses (touch, sight, smell, taste, hearing) Nervous System
Allows you to pass on your genetic information to the next generation. reproductive system
Uses electrical impulses sent along nerves to respond to stimuli Nervous system
Created by: amy.jensen
 

 



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