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Souza human quiz

Skeletal Provides shape and support, enables movement. Protects inner organs. Produces blood cells. Stores minerals and other materials needed by your body.
Circulatory Body's transport system, carrying needed substances to celles well carrying products away. (AKA cardiovascular)
Integumentary Covers and protects your body from injury, infection and water loss. Regulates body temperature, eliminates wastes, senses environment and produces vitamin D. (AKA skin)
Respiratory Functions in gas exchange.
Endocrine Controls your body via chemicals; both daily and long term.
Muscular Provides movement; both voluntary and involuntary
Immune Combats infection, disease – fighting system.
Nervous Directs your body's actions via nerve impulses by receiving information, responding and maintaining homeostasis.
Digestive Breaks down food, by mechanical and chemical means, to a size small enough for yourselves to absorb. Also eliminates wastes.
Excretory Filtration, eliminates liquid wastes (excess water, urea)
Reproductive Sexual reproduction; species continuation.
Created by: kbruns