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The body systems

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Begoña Lombardero Senra

on 18 October 2017

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Transcript of The body systems

cells

The human body
is made of:
The body systems
Different systems
Tissues
Organs
systems
Animals and plants are made of cells. Tissues are made from cells of a similar type. Organs are made from tissues, and systems are made from several organs working together.
M
ade from a group of cells with a similar structure and function,
which
work together to do a particular job.
T
he basic units of all living organisms.
A
n organ is made from a group of different tissues,
which
all work together to do a particular job.
Made from a group of different organs,
which
all work together to do a particular job.
Lets watch a video:
circulatory
digestive
excretory
nervous
skeletal
respiratory
systems
Brain
Eye
Nose
Ear
Heart
Un ser vivo u
organismo
es un conjunto de
células
que forman una estructura muy organizada y compleja.
Las células que componen cualquier organismo no se hayan dispersas al azar, sino que suelen encontrarse agrupadas en tejidos compuestos por células de la misma naturaleza y con un comportamiento fisiológico común; los tejidos se distribuyen en
órganos
y estos a su vez en
sistemas
y
aparatos
.
Un
sistema
está compuesto por órganos homogéneos o semejantes por su estructura y origen, pues en su estructura predomina un mismo tipo de tejido, mientras que un
aparato
está constituido por órganos heterogéneos o diferentes en su estructura y origen.
Sistemas
: óseo, muscular y nervioso.
Aparatos
:
locomotor, digestivo, respiratorio, excretor, reproductor, endocrino y circulatorio.
Liver and pancreas
Kidneys
Large intestine
small intestine
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