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Guide Circulatory system Digestive system Muscular Respiratory Skeletal system Skin
Circulatory system Circulatory system- carries needed materials to the body cell; carries wastes away from body cells; help fight disease.
Digestive system Takes food into the body, breaks down food, and absorbs the digested
muscular Enables body to move food through the digestive system, keeps the heart beating
Respiratory system Takes oxygen into the body and eliminates carbon dioxide.
Skeletal system Supports the body, protect it, and works with the muscles to allow movement, makes blood cells and stores some materials.
Skin Protect the body, keep water inside the body, and helps regulate body temperature
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