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Relationships Between Body systems

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jessica yelverton

on 5 May 2014

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Relationships Between Body Systems
Cardiovascular system
The cardiovascular system is the system in charge of pumping blood to the different parts of the body. It also transports nutrients around the body and collects waste.
Digestive System
The digestive system is the system that controls all the food and drinks that are consumed by the person. It breaks down everything into liquids and it extracts the nutrients.
• The respiratory system is one of the many systems we have in our body. It’s very important because it gives oxygen to our body. When we breathe we inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide.
Relationships Between all Three
Cardiovascular - Respiratory System
The Respiratory System: Delivers oxygen to the red blood cells(part of the cardiovascular system) so that they can transport glucose and oxygen to the different parts of the body. It also collects waste products.

The veins are blue and the arteries are red.
The heart has different parts.
The cardiovascular system has many vessels
Respiratory - Digestive
These two systems are the ones that create the energy formula:
Glucose + Oxygen = Energy in the form of water and carbohydrates. (C6H12O6+ 6O2)
Respiratory: Provides oxygen so the food can be digested properly.
Digestive: Provides nutrients to facilitate breathing,

Digestive- Provides nutrients for the heart and cells so they can work the right way.

Circulatory or Cardiovascular- Transports the glucose to all the parts of the body.

The Human Body
Respiratory: Gives oxygen to other systems and makes up half of the energy formula.

Cardiovascular: Transports or spreads out all nutrients through the blood streams and into other systems.

Digestive: Provides nutrients as glucose for other systems and makes up the other half of the energy formula.
What is Homeostasis?
Homeostasis is the act of the body systems in which they balance the body`s environment. This kind of balance includes temperature, pH, water, nutrition, blood pressure, respiration, etc.
they make homeostasis.
To Wrap Up...
All body systems must interact with each other in order to make the body actually work properly. There is always different things that need to be done in different ways.
Fun Facts
-It is estimated that an average adult has about 60,000 miles of blood vessels.
-The hydrochloric acid is strong enough to dissolve razorblades.
-The right lung is larger than the left one because it is the area where the heart is.
Other body part fun facts:
-The brain produces the same amount of power as a 10 watt light bulb.
-A human brain cell can hold 5 times as much information as the Encyclopedia Britannica (a really big encyclopedia)
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