Organization of the human body - Coggle Diagram
Organization of the human body
Organ systems: A number of systems, which have individual tasks, but with one common objective: Accomplish homoestasis
Circular system: Transports proteins and nutrients in the blood
Structures: Heart, blood vessels and blood itself
Muscular system: Creates voluntary movement and helps blood flow
Structures: skeletal muscles, smooth muscle, ect.
Intergumentary system: Protects the body from infection and injuries.
Structuresa: skin, hair, nails, sweat,etc.
Nervous sistem: Coordinates the body to thrive in the outside enviroment
Structutures: Brain, spinal cords, nerves
Skeletal System: Helps the body through the protection of organs
Structures: Bone, cartilage,ligaments, tendons
Reproductive System Seeks to develop and protect the reproductory cells
Structures: Tested, urethra, vas diferrens and penis (male), Falopian Tube, uterus, vagina (female)
Respiratory System: Responsible for the extraction of oxigen and removal of carbon dioxide
Structures: Nose, pharynx, larynx, thrachea, ect
Endocrine System Controls the metabolism of teh body, and its asociated characteristics (Growth, ect)
Structures: Hypothalamus, thyroid, pituitary, ect.
Digestive System: Absorve food and nutrients and separate waste
Structures: mouth, pharynx, esophagus, etc.
Excretory System Trows away waste and harmful objects from the body
Main structures: Skin, lungs, liver, kidneys, ureters, uretha, ect
Cells: Basic form of life
Tissue: A group of cells with a single function
Recieves and transmits brain impulses. Located on:Brain, spinal cords
Connect all ephitelial tissue, and transports it, located on: under skin, surrounding organs, blood and bones
Objective: Regulates voluntary and unvoluntary movement, located on: skeletal muscles, digestive track, blood vessels, etc.
Objective: Absortion and excretion of materials located on: skin, lining digestive system, etc.