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Human Body

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Grace Griffin

on 1 May 2015

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Transcript of Human Body

The Circulatory System
Nervous System
Digestive System
Excretory System
The Excretory system removes wastes from the body.
The Human Body
By Muhammed Kasem, Grace Griffin, and Nolan Viverette

The Circulatory System is a very complex major system the human body. Without this system humans would not be able to live. The major organ in this system is your heart. The heart controls the circulatory system because it pumps all the blood. You heart pumps approximately 2,000 gallons of blood each day! Another major organ in the circulatory system is the blood vessels. The blood vessels are what carries all the blood to your different body parts. This system interacts with the respiratory system because oxygen is pumped into the blood by the respiratory system
The kidneys are one of the major organs in the excretory system. Blood comes into the kidneys through renal arteries and leave the kidneys through renal veins. Tubes called ureters carry waste from the kidneys and send them to the urinary bladder, which stores and releases the waste
This system interacts with the digestive system by the digestive system breaking down the waste that enters the body so it can be excreted in the excretory system.
Respiratory System
The respiratory system is also one of the major body systems. Main organs of this system are: the lungs, trachea, bronchi, and diaphragm. The lungs allow you to inhale and exhale. The Trachea is also known as the windpipe. The bronchi is two branches that filter air. The diaphragm contracts and pulls air into the lung. These are the major organs of the respiratory system. This system interacts with the circulatory system by pumping oxygen into the blood
The Digestive System breaks food down into small pieces. The food is then absorbed into the body. A long tube called the digestive tract helps break the food down. The Circulatory system controls the speed of your digestive system. The
Excretory System and the Digestive system both control the amount of
water in your body.
The nervous system controls the body organs and how the body acts. The brain and the spinal cord are major parts of the nervous system. They affect taste, smell, sight, hearing, and balance. The brain controls the entire body, and the spinal cord is made up of many nerves that conect to the brain and it send the controls to the body without this system the body would not work as in the rest of the body would not get tould what to do as a result of the body would shut down
Muhammed Kasem
- Circulatory System & Respiratory System
Grace Griffin
- Digestive System & Excretory System
Nolan Viverette
- Immune System & Nervous System
Immune system
The immune system is the most primary defence to protect the body from illneses and infections. The immune system idenifys unfimiliar cells (such as bacteria and viruses) and then gets rid of it. One of the organs in the immune system is the tonsils they trap the viruses and bacteria that enter your mouth. and one of the other organs is the appendix it is a thin tube whitch hangs on the large intestine it is used for telling the body the location of the virus and/or bcteria, the other use for the appendix is to give more range of defence to the intestins
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