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Human Body Systems

Unit 7 Human Body Systems and their functions

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Works with the skeletal system and allows movement of body parts. Muscular System
Supports the body and protects important organs. Also makes blood cells. Skeletal System
Gathers oxygen from the environment and gets rid of carbon dioxide. Respiratory System
Moves blood through the body. Cardiovascular System
Produces sperm and delivers it to the female reproductive system. Male Reproductive System
Produces eggs and nourishes a developing fetus. Female Reproductive System
Produces hormones that help regulate conditions inside the body as well as influence growth and development. Endocrine System
The protective covering of the body that includes skin, hair, and nails. Integumentary System
Collects information and responds to it by sending electrical signals. Nervous System
Breaks down food into nutrients that can be used by the body. Digestive System
Gets rid of the body's wastes. Excretory System
Systems other than excretory system that get rid of waste. Integumentary, respiratory, and digestive system
Absorbs excess fluid and returns it back to the blood; is a major part of the immune system. Lymphatic System
Overall function is to limit or prevent infection. Immune System
The maintenance of a constant internal environment when outside conditions change. Homeostasis
Allows humans to produce offspring. Reproductive System
Master control for the rest of the systems. Nervous System
Transports nutrients, oxygen, and waste to and from the cells. Circulatory System
Made of central and peripheral nervous system. Nervous System
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