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Cells & Body Systems

Body Systems

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function of the respiratory system takes in oxygen, removes carbon dioxide
function of the circulatory system transports nutrients and wastes in the body
function of the digestive system breaks down food, absorbs nutrients, removes food wastes
function of the nervous system responds to stimuli
function of the muscular/skeletal system protection, movement
function of the excretory system removes metabolic wastes
which system contains the lungs, nose, mouth & trachea respiratory system
which system contains the heart, arteries & veins circulatory system
which system contains the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver & pancreas digestive system
which system contains the brain, spinal cord, nerves & sense organs nervous system
which system contains the muscles & bones muscular/skeletal system
which system contains the large intestine, bladder & kidneys excretory system
nucleus directs all cell activities
Chloroplast capture energy from sunlight and use it to produce food for the cell
Mitochondria convert food molecules to energy
Vacuole store food, water, waste products and other materials
Cell membrane control what goes in and out of the cell
Cell wall protect and support the cell
levels of organization cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism
characteristic of life #1 all living things are made of cells
characteristic of life #2 all living things use similar chemicals
characteristic of life #3 all living things obtain and use energy
characteristic of life #4 all living things respond to stimuli
characteristic of life #5 all living things maintain homeostasis
characteristic of life #6 all living things grow & develop over time
characteristic of life #7 all living things reproduce
characteristic of life #8 all living things adapt and evolve
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