Human Physiology Resources
The basic anatomy of the human body is comprised of many different systems that are
interrelated with one another.
The Circulatory system is a series of organs that transmits blood,
hormones, gas, and nutrients throughout the body.
The Digestive system is responsible for taking in food, digesting it, and
discharging the remaining wastes. The digestive stage allows nutrients and energy to be absorbed by the body.
This body system is comprised of a series of glands that control the
release of hormones. The Endocrine system controls metabolism, growth, and impacts a person’s mood as well.
This body system is responsible for ridding the body of wastes, which are
byproducts of food and drink.
The Immunological system protects the body from sickness and disease.
The Lymphatic system is comprised of lymph nodes, lymph tissue, and a
system of channels in the vertebrate that transfer lymph fluid.
This is the system in the body that allows movement. Some muscles, like the
heart, are autonomous whereas the majority of muscles are controlled by conscious intentions to move.
The Skeletal system is comprised of bones, which give our body support, protection, structure, and shape.
The Nervous system is a specialized network of cells that tells the body what
is present in the physical environment. Sensations and pain are generated between this system and the brain.
The 5 sense of the body are sight, smell, touch, hearing, and taste.
This is the body system that allows the body
to create life and give birth to new organisms. Viruses in the reproductive region can result in
Human development is the process of becoming mature, as in adulthood.
This can be socially, physically, and psychologically.
The human Respiratory system allows
breathing through a scientific exchange of gasses. Oxygen enters the body and Carbon Dioxide exits as an
Tissue is a cellular mass between individual cells and the body as a whole.
Tissues comprise all of the organs in the body, in their entirety.
An organ is a group of tissues that carry out a specific bodily function.
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