Human Organs Research Paper

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In my opinion, the human body is one of the most complex mechanisms known to mankind – even more complex than the latest iPhone X. The human body comprises of many different systems: the digestive system, the endocrine system, the exocrine system, the muscular system, the urinary system, the reproductive system, the respiratory system, the circulatory system, the sympathetic system, the skeletal system. The human body consists of about 300 bones at birth and this number decreases to 206 by adulthood. All of the organs in the human body are necessary for the human body but some are more important. A Ferrari engine requires all of its 800 components to work, in order to work. Similarly, all of the 78 organs are indispensable …show more content…
It is a vital organ in the respiratory system and undertakes the phenomenon of breathing. The main function of the lungs is to deliver oxygen and remove carbon dioxide from your blood. The lungs just like the heart are well-protected. The rib cage (the most well-known protection of the organs), the spine and the pleura which is a double-layered structure together protect the lungs from any harm.
The brain plays an integral part in the nervous system. The brain is one of the most important organs and it is one of the main contenders for the ‘most important organ’. It weighs a staggering 1.4 kilograms, and finds itself as the second heaviest internal organ, after the liver. This is reflected by the amount of blood carried to the brain. The brain uses up 20% of the oxygenated blood, which is used up for the functions that it performs. This statistic reflects the importance of the brain as there about
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It is part of the digestive system and is located just behind the stomach and atop of the small intestine. It has the distinctive look of a pistol. One of the main functions of the pancreas is to control your blood sugar levels. Sometimes, our sugar levels soar up and that could life-threatening. That’s when the pancreas comes in. The pancreas releases a hormone called insulin, which makes the sugar in excess stored or used as an energy source. But, if our blood sugars are low, then the pancreas releases something called glucagon which informs the liver and the cells of the body to push some sugars that are stored into the bloodstream. Diabetes – a famous disease – is called by a weakened pancreas. If our pancreas is damaged then the organ’s ability to produce insulin would reduce. This would, therefore, mean that excess sugar would build up in the blood. However, the pancreas doesn’t just control blood sugar

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