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Organ Systems in the Human Body By Andrew Aramini
Systems Respiratory System Cardiovascular/ Circulatory System Skeletal System Digestive System Muscular System Endocrine/ Skin System
Respiratory system Takes oxygen in and removes waste from the body
Cardiovascular/Circulatory System Carries needed materials to body cells
Skeletal System Supports the body, protects it, and works with the muscular system to allow movement; makes blood cells and stores some materials
Digestive System Takes food into the body, breaks down food, and absorbs the digested materials
Muscular System Enables body to move, moves food through the digestive system, keeps the heart beating
Endocrine System Protects the body, keeps water inside the body, regulates body temperature
Organ system by Jeromi cuadros. Guide Circulatory system Digestive system Muscular Respiratory Skeletal system Skin.
An Organ System Overview. Levels of Structural Organization Molecular.
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Human Body Systems. Key Ideas of Homeostasis How do the skeletal and muscular systems help the body maintain homeostasis? How does the integumentary system.
They need oxygen to survive. This is because oxygen allows them to extract energy form food for us to use.
A.) The cell need this because the cell will burst and it will need more food.
CLICK SCREEN TO FIND THE ANSWER 1)We inhale oxygen from the air 2)The oxygen we inhale goes down our trachea 3)The oxygen goes into the lungs 4)The.
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Chapter 1 Organization of the Human Body – Organ Systems and Life-Span Changes.
THE HUMAN BODY. BODY ORGANIZATION CELLS TISSUES ORGANS ORGANSYSTEMS.
The Organization of the Human System. Homeostasis Homeostasis is the regulation of an organisms internal, life- maintaining conditions despite changes.
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ELAINE N. MARIEB EIGHTH EDITION 1 Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings PowerPoint ® Lecture Slide Presentation by.
TO… Nutrients TO… Oxygen & CO 2 TO… Waste TO… Organ Systems TO… What Would Happen.
Table of Contents: How cells make up an organisms body Consider this: What is a multicellular organism? What is a unicellular organism? Multicellular organisms.
ABDOMINAL AREA §Pertaining to the area in front of body §contains: l stomach l small intestine l part of large intestine l liver l gallbladder l pancreas.
Human Body Systems Section 35–1. Human Body Systems Section 35–1 This section describes human organ systems and explains how the body maintains homeostasis.
Living Organisms carry out life processes in order to survive. The human body is complex. Cells Tissues Organs Systems.
Digestion and Absorption 10/11/11 Georgia Performance Standard S7L2 Students will describe the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs, and.
EXPLAIN THAT MULTI-CELLULAR ORGANISMS HAVE A VARIETY OF SPECIALIZED CELLS, TISSUES, ORGANS, AND ORGANS SYSTEMS THAT PERFORM SPECIALIZED FUNCTIONS. Unit.
They need oxygen to survive. This is because oxygen allows them to extract energy to use.
Human Systems Function and Interactions There are 11 organ systems in humans.
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They need energy so they can survive and do their job. Dead cell Live cell.
Interaction Between Systems 1. Cells within the human body require oxygen to function properly and produce carbon dioxide as a waste product. Which body.
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