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Human Body

cardiovascular system
respiratory system
Which system allow organs and bones of the body to move muscular system
excretory system
nervous system
digestive system
levels of organization of the human body cells, tissue, organ, organ system
the structural and functional units of all living organisms cells
A group of similar cells that perform the same function tissues
a group of different tissues with a specific job an organ
a group of organs that work together to perform a specific job organ system
Functions of the skeletal System supports the body protects the organs allows the body to move makes blood cells
Parts of the skeletal system bones - ligaments - tendons - cartilage
immune system
type of muscles that move bones and hold your skeleton upright voluntary muscles
type of muscles that contract slowly and move substances through the organs they surround smooth muscles
type of muscles that make up the walls of the heart and pump the blood cardiac muscles
Created by: T.Glover