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101 Cards in this Set

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Integumentary System
Skin
Hair
Nails
Sense Receptors
Sweat Glands
Oil Glands
Skeletal System
Bones
Joints
Muscular System
Muscles
Nervous System
Brain
Spinal Cord
Nerves
Endocrine Sysem
Pituitary Gland
Pineal Gland
Hypothalmus
Thyroid Gland
Parathyroids
Thymus
Adrenals
Pancreas
Ovaries
Testes
Circulatory System
Heart
Blood Vessels
Lymphatic System
Lymph Nodes
Lymph Vessels
Thymus
Spleen
Tonsils
Respiratory System
Nose
Pharynx
Larynx
Trachea
Bronchi
Lungs
Digestive System
Primary Organs
Mouth
Pharynx
Esophagus
Stomach
Small Intestine
Large Intestine
Rectum
Anal Canal
Digestive System
Accessory Organs
Teeth
Salivary Glands
Tongue
Liver
Gallbladder
Pancreas
Appendix
Urinary System
Kidneys
Ureters
Urinary Bladder
Urethra
Reproductive System

MALES
Gonads
Testes
Genital Ducts
Ductus (vas) Deferens
Urethra
Accessory Glands
Prostate
Supporting Structures
Genetalia
Penis
Scrotum
Reproductive System

FEMALES
Gonads
Ovaries
Accessory Organs
Uterus
Uterine (fallopian) Tubes
Vagina
Supporting Structures
Genetalia
Vulva
Mammary Glands (breasts)
Skin
Integumentary
Largest Organ System
Integumentary
Rigid Framework for Support and Protection
Skeletal
Hom many bones are in the skeletal system
206
Two groups of the skeletal system
Axial
Appendicular
Brain
Nervous
Pitutary Gland
Endochrine
Pineal Gland
Endochrine
Hypothalmus
Endochrine
Thyroid Gland
Endochrine
Parathyroids
Endochrine
Thymus
Endochrine
Adrenals
Endochrine
Pancreas
Endochrine
Ovaries / Testes
Endochrine
Heart
Circulatory
Blood Vessels
Circulatory
Lymph Nodes
Lymphatic
Lymph Vessels
Lymphatic
Thymus
Lymphatic
Spleen
Lymphatic
Tonsils
Lymphatic
Nose
Respiratory
Pharynx
Respiratory
Digestive
Larynx
Respiratory
Trachea
Respiratory
Bronchi
Respiratory
Lungs
Respiratory
Mouth
Digestive
Esophagus
Digestive
Stomach
Digestive
Small Intestine
Digestive
Large Intestine
Digestive
Rectum
Digestive
Anal Canal
Digestive
Teeth
Digestive
Salivary Glands
Digestive
Tongue
Digestive
Liver
Digestive
Gallbladder
Digestive
Pancreas
Digestive
Appendix
Digestive
Kidneys
Urinary
Ureters
Urinary
Urinary Bladder
Urinary
Urethra
Urinary
Testes
Reproductive
Vas Deferens
Reproductive
Urethra
Reproductive
Prostate
Reproductive
Penis
Reproductive
Scrotum
Reproductive
Ovaries
Reproductive
Uterus
Reproductive
Fallopian Tubes
Reproductive
Vagina
Reproductive
Vulva
Reproductive
Mammary Glands
(Breasts)
Reproductive
Protects the body against injury and dehydration
Integumentary
Defends against invading microorganisms
Integumentary
Regulates temperature
Integumentary
How many organ systems are there
11
What are the 11 organ systems

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Integumentary
Skeletal
Muscular
Nervous
Endocrine
Circulatory
Lymphatic
Repiratory
Digestive
Urinary
Reproductive
Movement, postural maintenance, and heat production
Muscular system
Main regulatory and coordinating systems of the body
Nervous and Endocrine systems
Rapidly sends out information
Nervous system
Slowly sends out information
Endocrine system
Made up of the brain and spinal cord
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Consists of nerves and ganglia
Peripheral nervous system (PNS)
Made up of glands
Endocrine system
Carries blood to and from all tissues
Circulatory system
Carries fluid away from tissues
Lymphatic System
Transports oxygent to cells and carbondioxide to the lungs
Respiratory system
Provides the body with water, electrolytes, and other nutrients
Digestive System
Removes waste products from the blood and helps to maintain a constant body fluid volume and composition
Urinary System
Reproduction
Reproductive System
Seperates internal environment from external environment
Integumentary
Major regulatory system of the internal environment: senses changes, integrates, and sends signals to effectors (muscular organs, glands)
Nervous system
Breaks down nutrients from the external environment and absorbs them into the internal environment
Digestive system
Exchanges O2 and CO2 between the internal and external environment
Respiratory system
Regulates internal environment by secreting hormones that travel through the blood stream to target areas
Endochrine system
Transport nutrients, water, oxygen, hormones, wastes, and other material within the internal environment
Circulatory system
Supports, protects, and moves body. Also stores minerals
Skeletal system
Powers and directs skeletal movement
Muscular system
Produces sex cells that form offspring, ensuring survival of genes.
Reproductive system
Adjusts internal environment by excreting excess water, salt, and other substances
Urinary system
Drains excess fluids from tissues, cleans it, and returns it to the blood
Lymphatic system
Defends internal environment against injury from foreign cells and other irritants
Immune sysem