Human Body, , , - Coggle Diagram
Brings essential materials to all cells of the body and carries away cell wastes. Delivers oxygen needed by the cells to release energy from sugar molecules and carries back carbon dioxide to the lungs.
Heart, Blood Vessels, Veins, Arteries, and Blood.
Muscular, Skeletal, and Respiratory.
Four components of blood: Plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.
The carbon dioxide and oxygen are exchanged in the Alveoli.
Muscular System, Skeletal System, and the Circulatory System.
Parts: Nasal Cavity, Pharynx. Epiglottis, Larynx, Trachea, Bronchi, Bronchioles, Alveoli, Lungs, Diaphragm.
We need it to inhale oxygen, to exhale carbon dioxide and other waste products, and to speak and be able to make noise.
On top of our kidneys, fights allergies and produces adrenaline.
It is close to the brain, it is the main gland that controls sexual development and growth.
Structure, Protection and Movement.
Muscular and Circulatory System.
Muscular System helps with movement.
Circulatory: Bone Marrow makes red blood cells.
Bones, Ligaments, and Cartilage.
Movement and Heat production.
Skeletal, Circulatory, Digestive, and Nervous.
Skeletal helps the body move.
Moves blood around your whole body.
Moves food through your body.
Sends signals to your brain.
Muscles and Tendons.
Smooth: Involuntary: Found digestive track.
Cardiac: Involuntary: Found in heart.
Skeletal Involuntary Voluntary: Movement.
Tendons: Connect muscles to bone.
Levels of Organazation
Cells, Tissue, Organ, Organ System, Organism.
Organ: Two or more tissues working together.
Organ System: Two or more organs working together.
Tissues: Two or more cell types working together.
Organism: All the organ systems working together in a living thing.
Cells: Basic units of life.
It is around the whole body - sends signals from the brain to the muscles, or the other way around.
Responsible to keeping your body in homeostasis.
Sends out information about activities in the body.
Respons to changes in the environment.