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Organs of Integumentary system
epidermal and dermal regions, cutaneous sense organs and glands
Function of Integumentary system
protects depper organs, excretes salts and urea, aids in regulation of body temp & produces vitamin d
Organs of Skeletal system
bones, cartilages, tendons, ligaments & joints
Function of Skeletal system
body support and protection of internal organs, levers for muscular action & site for blood cell formation
Organs of Muscular system
muscles attatched to the skeleton
Functions of Muscular system
allow locomotion, grasping and maipulation of the environment, facial expression & generate heat
Organs of Nervous system
brain, spinal cord, nerves & sensory receptors
Functions of Nervous system
allow body to detect changes in its internal and external evnvironment and to respond to such info by activating apporpriate muscles or glands, maintain homeostasis
Organs of Endocrine system
pituitary, tymus, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal & pineal glands, ovaries, testes & pancreas
Functions of Endocrine system
maintain homeostasis, promote growth and development
Organs of Cardiovascular system
heart, blood vessels, & blood
Functions of Cardiovascular system
carry blood to & from the tissue cells where exchanges are made
Organs of Lymphatic system
lymphatic vesseels, lymph nodes, spleen, thymus, tonsils
Functions of Lymphatic system
cleanses blood of pathogens & other debris, house lymphocytes that act via the immune response to protect the body from foreign substances
Organs of Respiratory system
nasal passages, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, & lungs
Functions of Respiratory system
keep blood supplied with oxygen while removing carbon dioxide, contribute to the acid-base balance of blood
Organs of Digestive system
oral cavity, esophagus, stomach, intestines
Functions of Digestive system
break down ingested foods to be absorbed in the blood for delivery to the body cells
Organs of Urinary system
kidneys, ureters, bladder & urethra
Functions of Urinary system
rids the body of wastes &7 maintain water, electrolyte & acid-base balnace of blood
Organs of Reproductive system
males: testes, prostate, scrotum, penis

females: ovaries, uterus, mammary glands, vagina
Function of Reproductive system
provide germ cells, house fetus until birth