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Body Systems

Integumentary system (skin) protects, regulates temperature and water loss
skeletal system provides protection, support, slow movement, stores minerals and creates blood cells
muscular system works with the skeletal system to provide movement
male reproductive system performs reproductive activities and behavior produces and delivers sperm
circulatory system transports necessary materials and plays a role in the immune response
lymphatic system returns leaked fluids to blood vessels. It also helps you get rid of germs that can harm you
digestive system breaks down food, absorbs nutrients
respiratory system provides for gas exchange between air and the body
excretory/urinary system removes solid liquid and wastes
female reproductive system performs reproductive activities and behaviors; produces eggs and nourishes and shelters the unborn baby
nervous system senses things in the environment and controls bodily activities
endocrine system helps regulate metabolism, reproduction and other functions
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