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Body system pg, 116

Building a Medical Vocabulary w/Spanish transition:

Cardiovascular system delivers oxygen, nutrients,and vital substances throughout the body; transports cellular wast products to the lungs and kidneys for excretion.
Lymphatic system Helps maintain the internal fluid environment; produces some types of blood cells; regulates immunity
Respiratory system Brings oxygen into the body and removes carbon dioxide and some water wast
Digestive system Provides the body with water, nutrients, and minerals; removes solid wastes.
Urinary system Filters blood to remove wastes of cellular metabolism; maintain the electrolyte and fluid balance
Reproductive system Produces offspring
Muscular system Makes movement possible
Skeletal system Provides protection, form, and shape for the body; stores minerals and forms some blood cells
Nerves system Coordinates the reception of stimuli; transmits messages to stimulate movement
Integumentary system Provides external covering for protection;regulates the body temperature and water content.
Endorcrin system Secretes hormones and helps regulate body activities.
Created by: Molly2Sweet