2 Nervous System Major Organs: Brain, spinal cord, nerves, sense organs, receptorsFunction:Controls and coordinates body movements and senses; controls consciousness and creativity; helps monitor and maintain other body systemsConnection to other Systems:ALL other body systems because it sends electrical signals which control their functions.
3 Skeletal Major Organs: Bones Function: Provides structure; supports and protects internal organsConnections to other Systems:Muscular System, Nervous System, Circulatory System
4 Muscular Major Organs: Muscles (skeletal, cardiac, and smooth) Function: Provides structure; supports and moves trunk and limbsConnection to other Systems:Skeletal System, Circulatory System, & Nervous System.
5 Digestive Major Organs: Mouth, esophagus, stomach, liver, pancreas, small and large intestinesFunction: Stores and digests food; absorbs nutrients; eliminates wastesConnection to other Systems:Circulatory System, Excretory System & Nervous System.
6 Digestive Path of Food: MOUTH ESOUAGHUS STOMACH SMALL INTESTINE LARGER INTESTINEANUS
7 Circulatory Major Organs: Heart, blood vessels, blood Function: Transport nutrients and wastes to and from all body tissuesConnection to other Systems:ALL other body systems!
8 Heart to the body to the heart to lungs CirculatoryPath of Blood:Heart to the body to the heart to lungs
9 Respiratory Function: Carries air into and out of lungs, (gases:oxygen and carbon dioxide)Major Organs:Air passages, lungsConnection to other Systems:ALL because it supplies the body with oxygen and takes out carbon dioxide
10 Carbon Dioxide (CO2) OUT RespiratoryExchange of Gases:Oxygen (O2)INCarbon Dioxide (CO2) OUT
11 Urinary Major Organs: Kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra, Function: Eliminates waste; maintains water and chemical balanceConnection to other Systems: Circulatory system- clean blood, excretory system-eliminates waste
12 Excretory Systems Major Organs: kidneys, large intestines, lungs, skin Function:To get rid of wastes that could harm the bodyConnection to other Systems:Respiratory system exhales waste gas, Integumentary system sweats of waste, Urinary system- liquid wastes are released in urine, Digestive system- large intestines release solid waste
13 Integumentary System Main Organs Skin, hair, nails Function: The body's first line of defense. Keeps pathogens from entering the body.Connection to other Body System:Connected to immune system because to also help protect us
14 Immune Major Organs: Lymph nodes and vessels, white blood cells Function: Provides protection against infection and diseaseConnection to other Systems:Circulatory System, Digestive System, Urinary/Excretory System & Nervous System.
15 Lymphatic System Main Organs: tonsils, thymus, spleen, lymph nodes Functions:Transports lymph through the body. Lymph is a clear fluid that aids during infectionsConnections to Other Body SystemsImmune system-protection Circulatory system- transport.
16 Endocrine Major Organs: Glands (such as adrenal, thyroid, and pancreas), hypothalamusFunction:Maintains homeostasis; regulates metabolism, water and mineral balance, growth and sexual development, and reproductionConnection to other Systems:ALL other body systems because it supplies the hormones that help them function.
17 Reproductive Major Organs: Ovaries, uterus, mammary glands (females), testes (males)Function:Produces offspringConnection to other Systems:Nervous System, Circulatory System, & Endocrine System,