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Organ Systems

Organ Systems(CMS Ms. White)

What are the three types of neurons in the nervous system? sensory, motor, interneurons
What is the largest organ in the human body? skin
The Immune System is also know as what human body system? lymphatic
What are two types of bones? Compact-hard and spongy
What is the main organ in the respiratory system? lungs
What are the three layers of skin called? epidermis, dermis, and hypodermis
What system is responsible for transporting materials from one part of the body to another? circulatory
What system controls our sense organs? nervous
Why are muscle cells called fibers? they are long and narrow
What system is responsible for supplying oxygen to all the cells of the body and removing carbon dioxide? respiratory
Waste is excreted by what system? digestive
What is the framework of the body? skeletal
Which system is responsible for the collection and elimination of waste? excretory
What system causes movement of skeletal parts, locomotion, pumping blood and moving internal material? muscular
What system is responsible for regulating the bodies chemistry and many body functions? endocrine
What are three types of muscles? skeletal muscles, cardiac muscles, smooth muscles
you control movements voluntary
movement occurs own its own involuntary
What are the two subsystems of the circulatory system? cardiovascular and lymphatic
Which circulatory subsystem includes the heart and pumps blood through the body through blood vessels Cardiovascular
Which circulatory subsystem helps preserve fluid balance and protects the body against disease? Lymphatic
taking food into the mouth, chewing, and swallowing ingestion
breakdown of food into smaller pieces digestion
transfer of digested food through the wall of the intestine and into the circulatory system absorption
removal of undigested and unabsorbed food from the body elimination
Created by: jenniwhite27