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Human Body Systems

7.12B Systems of the Human Body

TermDefinition
INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM Reacts to external environmental conditions & protects the body’s deeper tissues.
MUSCULAR SYSTEM Allows body to move & provides strength, balance, & warmth.
SKELETAL SYSTEM Holds organs in place, provides structural support, stores minerals, & generates new blood cells.
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Breathing that supplies oxygen to the blood & gets rid of carbon dioxide.
CIRCULATORY SYSTEM Circulates blood through the body, supplies oxygen & nutrients, & removes waste.
NERVOUS SYSTEM Functions as the control center, coordinating all the actions & reactions.
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM Regulates the body by secreting hormones into the bloodstream; also controls growth, reproduction, & metabolism.
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM Group of organs that work together to break food down by physical & chemical processes into nutrients that the body can use.
EXCRETORY SYSTEM Filters, collects, & removes excess fluids & wastes from the bloodstream.
REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM Male & female systems used to produce offspring.
IMMUNE/LYMPHATIC SYSTEM System of organs that protects the body from foreign substances & pathogenic organisms by producing the immune response.
BIOLOGICAL LEVELS OF ORGANIZATION Cell, Tissue, Organ, Organ System, Organism
Created by: trauberk
 

 



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