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Body Systems

Human Body Systems

Integumentary Skin, hair, sweat and sebaceous glands
Musculoskeletal The muscles and the skeleton enable movement, provide framework for the body, and support the organs
Blood and lymphatic Blood carries oxygen (and other things) throughout the body and the lymph helps to fight infection
Cardiovascular Includes the heart and vessels that transport the blood
Respiratory Responsible for oxygen exchange in the body
Gastrointestinal Transports food, absorbs nutrients, and excretes waste
Urinary Composed of the kidneys and urinary tract, it helps get rid of the body's waste
Reproductive Male and Female reproduction
Endocrine Glands and secretion and control of hormones
Nervous Brain and nervous system, which control the body's movements and response to stimuli
Created by: lhowrie