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Body Systems


Cell the structural and functional unit of all living organisms, and are sometimes called the "building blocks of life"
tissue group of cells with similar structure or function
organ a group of tissues working together to perform a similar function
organism any living thing with one or more cells
system this is a group of interdependent organs with similar function
circulatory This system transports blood through the body and heart.
reproductive system This system relates to the process by which an organism replicates. Sexually reproduction usually involves male cells (sperm) meeting female cells (eggs) to produce a fertilized egg or zygote
digestive system This system prepares food for cellular utilization
excretory This system relates to the process by which an organism gets rid of its waste.
muscular system This system is responsible for movement of bones and fluids throughout the body.
nervous system this system receives and transmits information and responses. It depends upon electrical impulses created by the movement of charged particles
Created by: Stauffer