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The nervous system regulates the other systems. Present to your audience Start remote presentation. The respiratory system is responsible for bringing oxygen into thebody. Immune system for the defense to germs and bacterium 6. The Excretory System includes the skin, the lungs, the liver, the kidneys, and the large intestine.
Human Body Systems
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Hormones control varies functions in the body such as growing, metabolism and moods. A gland is a bunch of cells that release chemicals. The endocrine system has an affect on nearly every cell, function and organ in the human body.
The respiratory system brings oxygen into the human body and gets rid of carbon dioxide. The body needs oxygen to live. The organ used in the respiratory system is the lungs. Inside the lungs are tiny sacs. When the body takes in air, the lung sacs fill with air.
The heart pumps blood inside the lungs and takes in oxygen and releases carbon dioxide. Every breath the body takes consists of taking in oxygen and releasing carbon dioxide.
Your Lungs and Respiratory System. The primary job of the circulatory system is transporting materials through the body. It carries nutrients, oxygen and water to different cells in the body and removes wastes the cells create. The main parts of the circulatory system are the heart, blood, and blood vessels. The heart beats three billion times in an average life span and its primary goal is keeping the blood flowing through the body.
The immune system is made up of cells, organs, proteins and tissues that fight together to guard the human body against diseases. The skin is an organ of the immune system that keeps harmful substances out of the body and holds beneficial substances in. The immune system attacks germs and rids the body of disease. The body fights a common cold by producing more mucus through the mucous membranes which drain the germs out of the body. The digestive system helps turn food into a form that the body can find useful.
The nutrients that are taken into the body are distributed evenly by the circulatory system. Food is broken down into tiny particles and passes though the mouth, esophagus, stomach and intestines. These parts work together passing food through the body but keeping and using the nutrients it needs. The muscular system partners with the skeletal system to help the body move. The muscular tissues cool and heat the body under the skin.