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Google Human

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Transcript of Google Human

Respiratory System
The Respiratory System is a series of organs. It helps take in oxygen in exchange for carbon dioxide. The primary organ in the respiratory system are the lungs.


Interactions With Body Systems
The Respiratory System interacts with the Circulatory System. It interacts because the Circulatory System transports food, nutrients and oxygen to body cells. It also helps deliver carbon dioxide and wastes. This all helps the Respiratory System because the nutrients keep the lungs clean and healthy.
Circulatory System

The Circulatory System is sometimes known as the Cardiovascular System. It circulates the blood throughout the body. It transports nutrients, oxygen, carbon dioxide, hormones and blood cells. The main organ is the heart.
Interactions With Body Systems
The Circulatory System interacts with all the other systems which consist of organs. It does this because it circulates new and clean blood and nutrients which keeps our organs alive.
Urinary System
The Urinary System consists of the Kidney, Ureters, Bladder and Urethra. The Kidney's job is to filter the blood in our body. The Ureters carry urine from the kidney to the bladder.
Interactions With Body Systems
The Urinary System interacts with the Cardiovascular or Circulatory System as it helps filter the blood for the heart to then circulate it around the body. It also interacts with the Nervous System as the bladder sends signals to the brain and the brain controls urination.
Digestive System
The Digestive System consists of the mouth, esophagus, stomach, intestines, rectum, anus, liver, pancreas and the gall bladder. The Digestive System breaks down the food we eat. It releases acid to help break down the food.
Interactions With Body Systems
The Digestive System interacts with the Nervous System. The brain controls our eating and drinking behavior. The brain also controls the muscles we use to eat.
Muscular System
The Muscular System is made up of all muscles in our body. This system allows us to move and helps hold the bones together. There are three different types of muscles; Skeletal Muscles, Smooth Muscles and Cardiac Muscles.
Interactions With Body Systems
The Muscular System interacts with the Skeletal System as it helps hold the bones together and allows the bones to move smoothly. The Muscular System also interacts with the Nervous System. The brain controls how the muscles move.
Skeletal System
The Skeletal System consists of teeth and bones. In a fully grown adult there are 206 bones. The Skeletal System helps hold the body together and stops us from falling over. It also protects our organs and the bones are filled with bone marrow
Interactions With Body Systems
It interacts with most other systems because the rib cage and skull protects most of the organs in our body. It also interacts with the Muscular and Nervous System because the Brain sends signals to the muscles which helps move our bones.
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