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Human Body
Human Body  Systems
• Circulatory
• Circulatory• Digestive
• Circulatory• Digestive• Endocrine
•   Circulatory•   Digestive•   Endocrine•   Excretory
•   Circulatory•   Digestive•   Endocrine•   Excretory•   Immune
•   Circulatory•   Digestive•   Endocrine•   Excretory•   Immune•   Muscular
•   Circulatory•   Digestive•   Endocrine•   Excretory•   Immune•   Muscular•   Nervous
•   Circulatory•   Digestive•   Endocrine•   Excretory•   Immune•   Muscular•   Nervous•   Reproductive
•   Circulatory•   Digestive•   Endocrine•   Excretory•   Immune•   Muscular•   Nervous•   Reproductive•   Respiratory
•   Circulatory•   Digestive•   Endocrine•   Excretory•   Immune•   Muscular•   Nervous•   Reproductive•   Respiratory•   ...
•   Circulatory•   Digestive•   Endocrine•   Excretory•   Immune•   Muscular•   Nervous•   Reproductive•   Respiratory•   ...
•   Circulatory     •   Carries needed material to and waste away from the                        body•   Digestive•   End...
•   Circulatory     •   Carries needed material to and waste away from the                        body•   Digestive       ...
•   Circulatory     •   Carries needed material to and waste away from the                        body•   Digestive       ...
•   Circulatory     •   Carries needed material to and waste away from the                        body•   Digestive       ...
•   Circulatory     •   Carries needed material to and waste away from the                        body•   Digestive       ...
•   Circulatory     •   Carries needed material to and waste away from the                        body•   Digestive       ...
•   Circulatory     •   Carries needed material to and waste away from the                        body•   Digestive       ...
•   Circulatory     •   Carries needed material to and waste away from the                        body•   Digestive       ...
•   Circulatory     •   Carries needed material to and waste away from the                        body•   Digestive       ...
•   Circulatory     •   Carries needed material to and waste away from the                        body•   Digestive       ...
•   Circulatory     •   Carries needed material to and waste away from the                        body•   Digestive       ...
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    1. 1. Human Body
    2. 2. Human Body Systems
    3. 3. • Circulatory
    4. 4. • Circulatory• Digestive
    5. 5. • Circulatory• Digestive• Endocrine
    6. 6. • Circulatory• Digestive• Endocrine• Excretory
    7. 7. • Circulatory• Digestive• Endocrine• Excretory• Immune
    8. 8. • Circulatory• Digestive• Endocrine• Excretory• Immune• Muscular
    9. 9. • Circulatory• Digestive• Endocrine• Excretory• Immune• Muscular• Nervous
    10. 10. • Circulatory• Digestive• Endocrine• Excretory• Immune• Muscular• Nervous• Reproductive
    11. 11. • Circulatory• Digestive• Endocrine• Excretory• Immune• Muscular• Nervous• Reproductive• Respiratory
    12. 12. • Circulatory• Digestive• Endocrine• Excretory• Immune• Muscular• Nervous• Reproductive• Respiratory• Skeletal
    13. 13. • Circulatory• Digestive• Endocrine• Excretory• Immune• Muscular• Nervous• Reproductive• Respiratory• Skeletal• Integumentary
    14. 14. • Circulatory • Carries needed material to and waste away from the body• Digestive• Endocrine• Excretory• Immune• Muscular• Nervous• Reproductive• Respiratory• Skeletal• Integumentary
    15. 15. • Circulatory • Carries needed material to and waste away from the body• Digestive • Takes in food, breaks it down, & absorbs nutrients• Endocrine• Excretory• Immune• Muscular• Nervous• Reproductive• Respiratory• Skeletal• Integumentary
    16. 16. • Circulatory • Carries needed material to and waste away from the body• Digestive • Takes in food, breaks it down, & absorbs nutrients• Endocrine • Controls many regulatory processes by means of chemicals• Excretory• Immune• Muscular• Nervous• Reproductive• Respiratory• Skeletal• Integumentary
    17. 17. • Circulatory • Carries needed material to and waste away from the body• Digestive • Takes in food, breaks it down, & absorbs nutrients• Endocrine • Controls many regulatory processes by means of chemicals• Excretory • Removes waste• Immune• Muscular• Nervous• Reproductive• Respiratory• Skeletal• Integumentary
    18. 18. • Circulatory • Carries needed material to and waste away from the body• Digestive • Takes in food, breaks it down, & absorbs nutrients• Endocrine • Controls many regulatory processes by means of chemicals• Excretory • Removes waste • Fights disease• Immune• Muscular• Nervous• Reproductive• Respiratory• Skeletal• Integumentary
    19. 19. • Circulatory • Carries needed material to and waste away from the body• Digestive • Takes in food, breaks it down, & absorbs nutrients• Endocrine • Controls many regulatory processes by means of chemicals• Excretory • Removes waste • Fights disease• Immune • Enables the body to move (voluntary & involuntary• Muscular motion)• Nervous• Reproductive• Respiratory• Skeletal• Integumentary
    20. 20. • Circulatory • Carries needed material to and waste away from the body• Digestive • Takes in food, breaks it down, & absorbs nutrients• Endocrine • Controls many regulatory processes by means of chemicals• Excretory • Removes waste • Fights disease• Immune • Enables the body to move (voluntary & involuntary• Muscular motion) • Detects and interprets information from the environment• Nervous outside the body and from within the body• Reproductive• Respiratory• Skeletal• Integumentary
    21. 21. • Circulatory • Carries needed material to and waste away from the body• Digestive • Takes in food, breaks it down, & absorbs nutrients• Endocrine • Controls many regulatory processes by means of chemicals• Excretory • Removes waste • Fights disease• Immune • Enables the body to move (voluntary & involuntary• Muscular motion) • Detects and interprets information from the environment• Nervous outside the body and from within the body • Produces sex cells & controls male & female• Reproductive characteristics• Respiratory• Skeletal• Integumentary
    22. 22. • Circulatory • Carries needed material to and waste away from the body• Digestive • Takes in food, breaks it down, & absorbs nutrients• Endocrine • Controls many regulatory processes by means of chemicals• Excretory • Removes waste • Fights disease• Immune • Enables the body to move (voluntary & involuntary• Muscular motion) • Detects and interprets information from the environment• Nervous outside the body and from within the body • Produces sex cells & controls male & female• Reproductive characteristics• Respiratory • Allows gas exchange to occur• Skeletal• Integumentary
    23. 23. • Circulatory • Carries needed material to and waste away from the body• Digestive • Takes in food, breaks it down, & absorbs nutrients• Endocrine • Controls many regulatory processes by means of chemicals• Excretory • Removes waste • Fights disease• Immune • Enables the body to move (voluntary & involuntary• Muscular motion) • Detects and interprets information from the environment• Nervous outside the body and from within the body • Produces sex cells & controls male & female• Reproductive characteristics• Respiratory • Allows gas exchange to occur • Supports the body, protects it and works with muscles• Skeletal to allow movement• Integumentary
    24. 24. • Circulatory • Carries needed material to and waste away from the body• Digestive • Takes in food, breaks it down, & absorbs nutrients• Endocrine • Controls many regulatory processes by means of chemicals• Excretory • Removes waste • Fights disease• Immune • Enables the body to move (voluntary & involuntary• Muscular motion) • Detects and interprets information from the environment• Nervous outside the body and from within the body • Produces sex cells & controls male & female• Reproductive characteristics• Respiratory • Allows gas exchange to occur • Supports the body, protects it and works with muscles• Skeletal to allow movement • Protects the body, keeps water inside the body &• Integumentary regulates body temperature
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