Integumentary - This system is responsible for your skin, hair, and nails. Although all important, your skin helps protect our bodies from bacteria and unknown pathogens. Regulating our temperature is one of the primary functions of the skin, as well as helping our bodies discard waste through sweat.
Skeletal - Your skeletal system consists of cartilage, ligaments, and tendons, which help connect all your bones and hold them in place. Your skeletal system is also responsible for the storage of cells, and your bones help protect major organs, like your heart.
Muscular - There are three types of muscle in the human body, skeletal muscle, which helps with voluntary movement and is connected to bone. Smooth muscle, helps pass …show more content…
All of these organs work in order, from your first bite of food, to breaking down your food using saliva as a tool. Then your food will be swallowed, grinded in your stomach, and then continues to break down through your small and large intestines, and then pass through your body as waste.
Urinary - The eight components that make up this system are two kidneys, two ureters, your bladder, your urethra, and lastly, two sphincter muscles. Once your kidneys produce the urine, it travels down the ureters, making a stop to your bladder, and then exits your body.
Reproductive - Key components from the female and male systems, contain the penis, testes, and also produce the sperm need for conception. Females, contain the vagina, uterus, and ovaries. The ovaries are where the eggs are produce in the female, and at the time of conception, an egg and sperm join, resulting in a fertilized egg; reproduction. Two body systems which work together are the; skeletal and muscular systems. 206 bones provide framework and support, while our movement is supported by muscle contractions. Our bones are protected with cells, formed together to create tissues, and muscles to support them. Each bone, is blanketed with muscle, which enables the movement all …show more content…
It is seen in all parts of human anatomy and physiology, and helps demonstrate how the body and structures work the way they do. When it comes to the cardiovascular system, being obese can put a huge strain on your heart. It can raise blood pressure, slow motions, cause diabetes, and heart complications. Complementarity is the comparison of how something works, and the physical structure of it, which causes it to work the way it does. This can be compromised in someone who is obese, because their heart cannot perform the functions it needs to daily, as easily. The heart is designed to pump blood to the whole body, each side being balanced for its work load. When the body is requiring too much blood, the heart cannot over work itself, which can cause it to