Lymphatic system: main function is to make immune cells which are the white blood cells and deliver them throughout the body. The lymphatic system also works with the circulatory system to deliver nutrients, oxygen, and hormones from the blood to the cells that make up the tissues of the body.
Digestive system: function is to breakdown the food we eat into smaller particles and absorbing of nutrients into the blood stream, so that the body can use them for energy,
Reproductive system: the male and female reproductive systems function is to produce sperms and egg, and as they joined together it enables them to have a child. This occurs when a male sperms meets the female egg, as these two meets together, they produce a baby.
Skeletal system: our skeletal system is the structure in our body that holds us up. The main function of the skeletal system is to control our body movements, and also is to do with supporting and protecting our body, which allows us to stand upright and generously. Furthermore the bones of the skeleton protect organs such as the lungs, heart and brain.
Endocrine system: the main function of the endocrine system is the glands and the hormones. They produce and release hormones into the body via the blood. The endocrine system controls, organ, cells, growth development, puberty, tissue function, metabolism and also plays a part in controlling mood. It works by releasing hormones in response to a change in the structure or function of the body.
Respiratory system: the passageways in the lungs that are breathe in to enter the blood stream. The function of respiratory system is to bring oxygen in and takes carbon dioxide out of the body.
Excretory system: the function of excretory system it to remove fluid or eliminate waste in our body through urine. The main wastes that products have to be removed are water, salt, and carbon dioxide which makes our body remains balance.
Muscular system: the muscular system...
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