Why human are complex organism

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  • 1. NAME: MUHAMMAD HALIFF BINMUSTAFACLASS:1RK3TEACHER NAME: CIKNORHIDAYAH.
  • 2.  HUMAN ARE COMPLEX ORGANISMS THAT MADE UP OF MILLION INDIVIDUAL SYSTEMS. SOME OF THE MAJOR SYSTEMS ARE THE BLOOD CIRCULATION, THE SKELETAL SYSTEM, THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM, THE NERVOUS SYSTEM AND THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. THE HUMAN BODY IS A COMPLEX SYSTEM OF CELLS, MOST OF WHICH ARE GROUPED INTO ORGAN SYSTEM THAT HAVE SPECIALISED FUNCTIONS. THESE SYSTEMS CAN BEST BE UNDERSTOOD IN TERMS OF THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS THEY SERVE; DERIVING ENERGY FROM FOOD, PROTECTION AGAINST INJURY, INTERNAL COORDINATION AND REPRODUCTION.
  • 3.  Human are unique among earth’s life forms as they.☺have language and thought☺have a better developed brain than other life forms.☺are able to create and learn from experience.☺are endowed with intelligence which enables them to think and reason rationally and to differentiate right from wrong. Cell in our body have different sizes and shapes and carry out various functions. The process in which each type of cell is specialized to perform a specific functions is know as division of labor.
  • 4. are able to create and learn from experience. have language and thought
  • 5. have a better developed brain than other life forms are endowed with intelligence which enables them to think and reason rationally and to differentiate right from wrong.
  • 6. CELL ORGANISATION CELL THE CELL IS THE SMALLEST UNIT OF LIFE IN OUR BODIES TISSUE A GROUP OF SPECIALISED CELLS, WITH THE SAME FUNCTION. ORGAN TWO OR MORE TISSUES CARRYING OUT THE SAME FUNCTION. SYSTEM TWO OR MORE ORGANS CARRYING OUT THE SAME FUNCTION.
  • 7.  EPITHELIUM CELLS NERVE CELLS (NEURONES) SPERMS EGG CELL (OVUM) RED BLOOD CELL
  • 8. TYPES OF STRUCTURE FUNCTIONSSPECIALIASEDCELLS. epithelial #small and fit well together #cover the surface of the cells #can have hair like structures body line cavities and called cilia growing out from protect surfaces of organs them. #used in absorption and excretion of substances. nerve #very long and thread like #detect stimuli from the cell surrounding environment #transmit electrical signals to all parts of the body. sperms #look like a microscope tadpole #fertilizer an egg .Enabling #contains genetic information information to be transfer from the father. from one generation to the next egg cell #a large spherical cell #after fertilizer by a sperm (ovum) #contains genetic information enables genetic information from the mother. to be paused on from one generation to the next red blood Biconcave(a dip in the middle of #carry oxygen to all part ofcell cell each side. body.
  • 9. TYPES OF SYSTEM IN HUMANBODY ORGANS : MOUTH, OESOPHAGUS, LIVER, STOMACH, PANCREAS, LARGE INTESTINE, SMALL INTESTINE RECTUM. FUNCTION: DIGESTIVE SYSTEM CLASSES OF FOOD SO THAT THE NUTRIENTS CAN BE ABSORBED EASILY BY THE BODY. ORGANS: NOSE, TRACHEA, BRONCHUS AND LUNG. DIGESTIVE FUNCTION: INHALES OXYGEN RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. AND EXHALE CARBON DIOXIDE. SYSTEM.
  • 10. ORGANS: HEART, ARTERY AND VEIN. FUNCTION: TRNASPORT OXYGEN AND FOOD TO ALL PART OF THE BODY AND TRANSPORT EXCRETORY PRODUCTS. ORGANS: BRAIN, SPINAL CORD NERVE. FUNCTION: COORDINATES AND CONTROLS MOST NERVE ACTIVITIES AND BLOOD RECEIVE EXTERNAL NERVOUSCIRCULATORY STIMULI AND SYSTEM SYSTEM COORDINATES RESPONSES
  • 11. ORGANS: ORGANS: LUNGS , SKIN, KIDNEY LUNGS , SKIN, KIDNEY AND BLADDER. AND BLADDER. FUNCTION: REMOVES FUNCTION: REMOVES EXCRETORY PRODUCTS FROM EXCRETORY PRODUCTS FROM THE BODY THE BODY LUNGS: REMOVE CARBON LUNGS: REMOVE CARBON DIOXIDE AND WATER VAPOUR DIOXIDE AND WATER VAPOUR KIDNEYS: REMOVE UREA , KIDNEYS: REMOVE UREA ,MINERAL SALTS AND WATER. MINERAL SALTS AND WATER. SKIN: REMOVE UREA, MINERAL SKIN: REMOVE UREA, MINERAL SALTS AND WATER. SALTS AND WATER. ORGANS: MUSCLE. ORGANS: MUSCLE.EXCRETORY FUNCTION: ALLOW FUNCTION MUSCULARSYSTEM BODY MOVEMENT. SYSTEM.
  • 12. ORGANS: SKULL,PECTORAL GIRDLE, RIB BONE, BACKBONE, PELVIC GIRDLE, FEMUR FUNCTION:SUPPORTS THE BODY, PROTECT INTERNAL ORGANS AND ENABLES BODY MOVEMENT. FUNCTIONS:RETURN LYMPH TO THE BLOOD STREAM AND PROTECT THE BODY FROM DISEASE, CAUSE LYMPHATICSKELETAL ORGANISMS. SYSTEM SYSTEM.
  • 13. ORGANS: PITUITARY GLAND, THYROID GLAND, PANCREAS, ADRENAL GLAND, OVARY, TESTIS. FUNCTION: PRODUCES HORMONES AND COORDINATES AND CONTROLS BODY RESPONSES TO STIMULI AND LIFE PROCESSES SUCH AS REPRODUCTION AND GROWTH.ENDOCRINE SYSTEM.
  • 14. Conclusion HUMAN ARE COMPLEX ORGANISMS BECAUSE HUMAN MADE UP BY A MILLION IDIVIDUAL SYSYTEM. WITH OUT ALL THIS SYSTEM I THINK HUMAN CAN BE COMPLEX ORGANISMS AND HAVE THE SAME LEVEL WITH ANIMALS. LOVE A OUR SELF BECAUSE WITHOUT ALL SYSTEM IN OUR BODY WE CAN’T MOVE, WALK AND DO THE OTHER ACTIVITY.
  • 15.  ESSENTIAL SCIENCE PMR