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OrganSystem

HumanBodyCH5

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Integumentary system Skin( appendages) Hair, Nails, Microscopic sense receptors, Sweat glands, Oil glands
Integumentary system Skin( Function) Protection (primary function), regulation of body temperature, Synthesis of chemicals, Sense organ
Skeletal system (Structure); Bones Bones, (206 named), additional variable bones occur in each individual.
Skeletal system (Structure), Cartilage connects and cushions joined bones
Skeletal system (Structure), Joints connections between bones that make movement possible
Skeletal system (Function 1) supporting framework for entire body
Skeletal system (Function 2) Protection of brain and internal organs
Skeletal system (Function 3) Movement (with joints and muscle)
Skeletal system (Function 4) storage of minerals
Skeletal system (Function 5) formation of blood cells
Muscular system (Structure) Muscles are primary organs Voluntary /striated skeletal muscle Involuntary /smooth muscle tissue
Central Nervous system (CNS) Brain; Spinal cord
Peripheral Nervous system (PNS) Cranial nerve and their branches, Spinal nerve and their branches, Sense organs
Muscular system (Function) Movement, Maintenance of body posture, Production of heat
Skeletomuscular system combination of the skeletal and muscular system
Nervous system function Communication between body organs, Integration of body functions, Control of body function, Recognition of sensory stimuli
Endocrine system (structure) ductless glands that secrete signaling hormones directly into the blood
Endocrine system (function) same as nervous system, communication, control, integration, control is slow and of long duration
Endocrine system (example) 1)Growth, 2) Metabolism, 3) Reproduction, 4) Fluid and electrolyte
Cardiovascular system (circulatory system) Heart, Blood vessel
Cardiovascular system (function) Transport of substances, Regulation of temperature, Immunity
Lymphatic system organs Lymphatic vessels, Lymph nodes and tonsils, Thymus, Spleen
Lymphatic system (function) Transportation of lymph, Immunity
LS Immune system Unique cells, Phagocytes, Secretory cells
LS Immune system 2 defensive protein compounds, Antibodies, Complements
LS Immune system (function) Phagocytosis of bacteria, Chemical reaction that provide protection from harmful agents
Primary organ digestive system mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum and anal canal
Secondary/Accessory organ digestive system teeth, salivary glands, tongue, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, appendix
Urinary system organs kidneys, ureter, urinary bladder, urethra
Urinary system (function) clearing(cleaning) blood of waste, electrolyte balance, water balance, acid-base balance
RpSm organs Gonads - Testes, vas deferens, urethra, prostate, external genitalia (penis, scrotum)
RpSf Gonads - Ovaries, uterus, uterine(fallopian) tubes, vagina, external genitalia (vulva), mammary glands (breasts)
Reproduction system (function) survival of genes, production of sex cells, transfer and fertilize sex cell, development and birth of offspring, nourishment of offspring, production of sex hormones
Respiratory system Organs Nose, Pharynx, Larynx, Trachea, Bronchi, Lungs
Respiratory system (function)1 exchange of waste gas carbon dioxide for oxygene in alveoli in the lungs
Respiratory system (function)2 filtration of irritants from inspired air
Respiratory system (function)3 regulation of acid base balance
Body System R, R, S, L, E, D. U, C, M, I, N
endocrine organs pituitary-gland, pineal gland, hypothalamus, thyroid- parathyoid glands, thymus gland, adrenal gland, pancreas
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