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Body Systems

body system

holds and moves the body. Gives it shape muscular
protects and supports the body skeletal
sends & receives messages to and from the body nervous
helps the body take in oxygen and give off carbon dioxide respiratory
life producing system reproductive
produces chemical & hormones in the body endocrine
gets rid of waste from the body excretory
pumps blood throughout the body circulatory
breaks down food for the body to absorb digestive
the "master control" in the body brain
a hollow muscle about the size of a fist heart
what percent of water is the body made up of 60%
how many bones are in the body 206
About how many muscles are in the body over 600
scientific name for food tube esophagus
where does most digestion take place small intestine
the growth gland pituitary
Created by: ckasper