Interactions of the systems (Circulatory System (, Oxygen is pulled into…
Interactions of the systems
Oxygen is pulled into the lungs than transferred into the blood going to the heart where its pumps the oxygenated blood throughout the body
Maintain the blood brain barrier
Receptors send information to the brain about blood pressure
Needs the digestive system to distributed the nutrients from the food digested into the blood to provide to the body through blood
Controls the tone of the digestive tract. Controls the muscles for eating and elimination
Brain monitors the respirtatory volume and blood levels and the brain regulates the respiratory rate
Provides calcium that is essential for the proper functioning for the nervous system.
Skull protects the brain from injuries.
The muscles need oxygen to function. The muscles around the stomach contract churning food and the intestines push food down.
Helps protect vulnerable organs from injuries
The cardiac muscles around the outside of the heart involuntarily contract making the heart able to pump.
Receptors in muscles provide the brain with information about movement
The disgestive system needs involentary muscles to churn the food into the stomach periodically than getting pushed by the involuntary muscles down the intestines
Gas exchange occurs when oxygen is pulled into the lungs by the external intercostal muscles between the ribs helping the volume increase
The skeletal system helps protect the lungs from injuries. The lungs are protected by the ribs.
Protects the fragile circulatory system.
The muscular system helps the skeletal system move witht the help from volentary muscles.