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Organ Systems

Human Anatomy

Integumentary - Forms the external body covering - Protects deeper tissue - Synthesizes Vitamin D - Location of cutneous nerve receptors
Skeletal - Protects body organs - Provides muscle attachment for moving - Site of blood cell formation - Stores minerals
Muscular - Allows locomotion (movement) - Maintains posture - Produces heat
Nervous - Fast aching control system - Responds to internal and external change - Activates muscles and glands
Endocrine - Secrets regulatory hormones - Growth - Reproduction - Metabolism
Cardiovascular - Transports materials in body via blood pumped by heart - Oxygen - Carbon Dioxide - Nutrients - Waste
Lymphatic - Returns fluids to blood vessels - Disposes of debris - Involved in immunity
Respiratory - Keeps blood supplied with oxygen - Removes carbon dioxide
Digestive - Breaks down food - Allows for nutrient absorption into blood - Eliminates indigestible material
Urinary - Eliminates nitrogenous wastes - Maintains acid-base balance - Regulation of materials (Water and Electrolytes)
Reproductive - Production of offspring
Created by: saxplayer2011