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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.
Human Body Systems 7 th grade 2014 Circulatory System Working with the respiratory system, it carries needed materials to cells and carries away form.
This system allows body movement and maintains posture.
Created by: Betty Jo Leonard THE SKELETAL SYSTEM.
Body Systems. Circulatory System Transports oxygen and nutrients to the body’s tissues through blood vessels. The heart is responsible for pumping blood.
Circulatory System the organ system responsible for transporting nutrients and waste to and from cells Digestive System the body system that breaks down.
How is the body organized? Each part of the body has a specific job to do. The levels of organization in the human body consists of…… Cells Tissues.
Body Organization. Cells You already know a TON about cells! Is the basic unit of structure and function Complex organisms are composed of trillions of.
FROM CELLS TO BODY SYSTEMS. From Cells to System Cells are the basic building blocks of life. Each cell in your body does a particular job. Tissues are.
Human Body Systems Levels of Organization 1- cells 2- tissues 3- organs 4- organ systems 5- organism.
Levels of Organization Multicellular Organisms: I. First Level: Cells Cells are the first level or simplest level of organization.
Body Systems Review. Skeletal System Includes the bones.
Levels of Organization Division of Labor & The First Level Within multi-cellular organisms there is division of labor. Division of labor means that the.
Levels of Organization Body Systems Intro Division of Labor & The First Level Within multi-cellular organisms there is division of labor. Division of.
Click to begin. Systems More Of the Same Random Questions Do You Know? 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points.
ORGAN SYSTEMS BIOLOGY EOC REVIEW. Figure 1.2b Organ System Overview Skeletal – Protects and supports body organs – Provides muscle attachment for movement.
Organ systems Tissue, organ, organ system, cell, and more.
SKELETAL SYSTEM. FUNCTION provide support for the body to protect internal organs to provide attachment sites for the muscles.
Interdependence in Living Systems. Systems Any group of parts that work together as a unit.
Cells & Body Systems Flying Start Health/ Science.
Chapter 15, Section 1 Body Organization and Homeostasis Wednesday, January 27, 2010 Pages
Human Body Organ Systems. Skeletal System Function: works with muscles to allow movement, supports, and protects major organs Structure: Bones, joints,
Interdependent Organ Systems. Your organs do not work alone They must be linked to other organs in order to carry out all the functions required Linking.
Levels of Organization. Objective: Relate an organ to its parts and the larger system it is a part. Essential Question: How does the body work together?
Ch 3.2 Interdependent Organ Systems. Interdependence of Organ Systems Our organs do not work in isolation. – While your lungs deliver oxygen to your blood,
Levels of Organization Mrs. McCabe 04/08 Adapted from Joe Krupens, Standley Middle School.
Interaction s of the Human Body. Human Organ Systems Tissues, organs and organ systems help provide cells with nutrients, oxygen and waste removal The.
Hodge Podge Parts of the Cell Part II PotpourriOrgan Systems Organ Systems Part II
Homeostasis. What is Homeostasis? The ability to maintain constant internal physical and chemical conditions All living things must do this to survive.
Chapter 2- Body Systems. Characteristics of a System A system is made of individual parts that work together as a whole. A system is usually connected.
Human Anatomy and Body Systems. Levels of Organization Remember, the human body is organized in several levels, from the simplest to the most complex...
Relationships Between Systems. Circulatory System The main function of the circulatory system is to transport blood to all parts of the body so that gases,
Organization of the Human Body. Do Now There are 11 human body systems. Name as many as you can. As an added bonus, can you tell me what each system does?
Do Now Match the body system in the first column with the correct function in the second column: 1. respiratory system a. regulates body functions 2. muscular.
CELLS BUILDING BLOCKS OF ALL THINGS EACH HAS A SPECIAL JOB THE SMALLEST LEVEL OF ORGANIZATION.
BODY SYSTEMS INTRO NOTES. DIGESTIVE STRUCTURES MOUTH: BEGINNING OF DIGESTION STOMACH: ACIDS AND MUSCLES BREAK DOWN FOOD SMALL INTESTINE ABSORBS NUTRIENTS.
6/13 & 6/ th Grade Agenda Learning Objective: Learn about Organ System Take your posters home Textbook Reading p. 508 – 517 Classwork: Reading &
An Organ System Overview. Levels of Structural Organization Molecular.
1. Cells 2. Tissues 3. Organs 4. Body Systems Your Body has 4 levels of Organization: of Organization:
How do organs work together? Organs work together in organ systems to carry out major life functions.
Body Systems Test Review The post office carries and delivers packages to homes and businesses. Which body system is the post office most like?
FIVE LEVELS OF ORGANIZATION SUMMARIZE THE LEVELS OF STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION WITHIN THE HUMAN BODY. Cellular Organization.
Name that Body System. Muscular Circulatory Digestive Skeletal Nervous Respiratory I bring supplies, such as food and oxygen, to cells. I also pick up.
WARM UP 42 2/19-20 The carrying capacity of a given environment is least dependent upon A recycling of materials B the available space C the availability.
Levels of Organization What do you think the 5 Levels of Organization are in the body?? Brainstorm with your group and write down what you think are the.
(c) McGraw Hill Ryerson Body Systems A system is made of parts that work together as a whole. The Characteristics of Systems 1. A system is.
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