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Anatomy & Phy. Chap1

Respiratory System Intakes and exchanges oxygen and carbon dioxide between an organism.
Cardiovascular System Blood circulates through vessels throughout the body to provide cells with oxygen and nutrients to dispose metabolic wastes.
Nervous system All the organs are responsible for the control of the body and communications among its parts.
Skeletal System Support and protection for tissue. Stores calcium and minerals and forms blood cells.
Endocrine System Communicates long term changes, adjust metabolic activity and energy.
Muscular System Provides movement for the body, provides protection and support for tissue. Generates heat for body temperature.
Integumentary System Protects body from environmental hazards and regulate body temperature.
Digestive System Process the nutrients absorbed from the small intestine.
Lymphatic System Attacks organisms internally about pathogen and disease.
Urinary System Remove liquid waste from the blood in the form of urine.
Reproductive System To reproduce-- create sex cells
Created by: danekdeb94