Human Body Systems By Yours Truly The Human

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Human Body Systems By: Yours Truly

Human Body Systems By: Yours Truly

The Human Body Systems - Nervous Respiratory Excretory Muscular Endocrine Lymphatic (immune) Integumentary Digestive

The Human Body Systems - Nervous Respiratory Excretory Muscular Endocrine Lymphatic (immune) Integumentary Digestive Skeletal System Circulatory Reproductive

Things You Should Know Cells - They are the basic unit of life Tissues

Things You Should Know Cells - They are the basic unit of life Tissues - A cluster of cells performing a similar function Organs - Made up of tissues that perform one specific function Organ System – Groups of organs that perform a specific purpose in the human body

Digestive System The digestive system breaks down proteins, fats and all carbohydrates into smaller

Digestive System The digestive system breaks down proteins, fats and all carbohydrates into smaller molecules which can then be absorbed along with vitamins and minerals. Major Organs: - Mouth Esophagus Stomach Pancreas Liver Gallbladder Small Intestine Large Intestine

Excretory System The purpose of the excretory system is to rid the body of

Excretory System The purpose of the excretory system is to rid the body of waste such as excess water and salts Major Organs: - Kidneys Rectum Skin Lungs

The Respiratory System The purpose of the Respiratory System is to provide the body

The Respiratory System The purpose of the Respiratory System is to provide the body with a fresh supply of oxygen for cellular respiration and remove the waste product carbon dioxide. Major Organs: Nose Pharynx Larynx Trachea Bronchi Diaphragm

Circulatory System The purpose of the circulatory system is to oxygenated blood to the

Circulatory System The purpose of the circulatory system is to oxygenated blood to the various cells and organ systems in your body so they can undergo cellular respiration Major Organs: - Heart Arteries Veins Capillaries Blood Spleen

Nervous System The purpose is to coordinate the bodies response to changes in its

Nervous System The purpose is to coordinate the bodies response to changes in its internal and external environment Major Organs: - Brain Spinal Cord Nerves

Endocrine System Controls growth, development, metabolism, and reproduction through the production and secretion of

Endocrine System Controls growth, development, metabolism, and reproduction through the production and secretion of hormones Major Organs: - Hypothalamus - Pituitary gland - Thyroid - Parathyroid - Adrenal glands - Pancreas - Testes - ovaries

Skeletal System Provides structure and support to the human body Major Bones: - Femur

Skeletal System Provides structure and support to the human body Major Bones: - Femur (thigh) Radius & Ulna (lower arm) Sternum (breast) Fibula & Tibia (calf) Scapula (shoulder) Coccyx (tailbone) - Humorus (upper arm) Cranium (skull) Clavicle (shoulder blade) Vertebrae (back) Pelvic Bone Phalanges (fingers/toes)

Muscular System Works with the skeletal and nervous system to produce movement, also helps

Muscular System Works with the skeletal and nervous system to produce movement, also helps to circulate blood through the human body Major Muscles: - Biceps - Glutes - Triceps - Hamstrings - Deltoids

Immune System Fights off infectious diseases and other pathogens from the human body Major

Immune System Fights off infectious diseases and other pathogens from the human body Major Organs: - Skin White Blood Cells Lymph Nodes

Lymphatic System The Lymphatic System is responsible for draining interstitial fluids, transporting dietary fats,

Lymphatic System The Lymphatic System is responsible for draining interstitial fluids, transporting dietary fats, and protecting against invasion Major Organs: - Lymph ducts Lymph nodes Tonsils Thymus Spleen

Reproductive System Male: - To produce, maintain, and transport sperm and protective fluid semen

Reproductive System Male: - To produce, maintain, and transport sperm and protective fluid semen To discharge sperm within the female reproductive tract during sex To produce and secrete male sex hormones responsible for maintaining the male reproductive system

Integumentary System The purpose of the integumentary system is to cover your muscles and

Integumentary System The purpose of the integumentary system is to cover your muscles and inner body tissues. Major Organs: - Skin Hair Glands Nails