Integumentary system It is an organ system that consists of skin, hair, nails and oil glands. These specific set of organs serve a wide range of functions which is mostly protective. Together these organs form the integumentary system. (marieb, elaine, hoehn, katja, 2010)
Skeletal system The skeletal system is the framework of the entire body, which consists of bones and other connective tissues. Its main function is to protect and support the body tissues and internal organs. (marieb, elaine, hohen, katja, 2010)
Muscular system The muscular system is also an organ system which consists of skeletal, smooth and cardiac muscles. Its main function is that it is responsible for the wide range of movement that the body performs. (Elaine Marieb,...
The sensory input (which is a receptor that monitors changes occurring on the in/out side of the body). The integration (which is when the nervous system processes then that decides what needs to happen). Then the motor output (which is when the nervous system causes a result by activating the effector organs) (Elaine Marieb, Katja Hoehn, 2010)
Endocrine system The endocrine system is made of up multiple glands that produce and secrete hormones or chemical substances that produce the body to regulate the activity of cells or organs. (Elaine Marieb, Katja Hoehn, 2010)
Cardiovascular system Also known as the circulatory system, it consists of organs and vessels which is responsible for the flow of blood, nutrients, hormones and oxygen to and from the cells. Then excretes the waste. (Elaine Marieb, Katja Hoehn, 2010)
Lymphatic system The lymphatic system consists of three parts the lymphatic vessels, these vessels are filled with lymph which is the fluid within the lymphatic vessels, then the vessels are connected to the lymph nodes this is where the lymph is cleansed. This system of tissues and organs helps to get rid of waste and unwanted materials. (Elaine Marieb, Katja Hoehn,...
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