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  1. page The Skeletal System edited Skeletal system - by Elizabeth Tate Is made {bones.jpg} {skeleton2.jpg} Structure and functio…
    Skeletal system - by Elizabeth Tate Is made
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    Structure and function
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  2. page The Reproductive System edited The The Reproductive System - by Sam Malcom The reproductive system varies greatly from any …
    TheThe Reproductive System - by Sam Malcom
    The reproductive system varies greatly from any other system in not just that it is not equal In male and female as any other system, but also that it is not perform from birth until death such as the respiratory system. The organs of the reproductive system don’t even start to function until puberty.However, in both male and female, two organs not part of the reproductive system are important for sexual function.
    The hypothalamus- secretes the hormone gonatotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) into the anterior pituitary gland.
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  3. page The Nervous System 2 edited ... ☛ The Nervous System ☚ The Nervous System is like a phone operator of the body. It connects o…
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    ☛ The Nervous System ☚
    The Nervous System is like a phone operator of the body. It connects one part of the body to the brain and back by nerve cells called neurons. The purpose of the nervous system is for our body to be able to communicate response signals to our brain. We use these response reactions when we hold cold things or touch hot stoves. The nerves in our skin shoot a message to the brain of pain and the brain sends a message back to pull away. Your Nervous System, which consists of your brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves and autonomic nerves, controls all movements and thoughts you may have.
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    Our Nervous System:
    Controls voluntary movements
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  4. page The Nervous System edited ... System {nervous_system.jpg} - by Maggie Grady The Nervous System helps the body send …

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    System {nervous_system.jpg} - by Maggie Grady
    The Nervous System helps the body send messages back and forth throughout the body. For example, if someone touches a hot iron the nerves in their finger will send a message to the brain and the brain will relay a message saying that the iron is hot and their finger needs to be removed.
    The nervous system is composed of two different parts. They are the Central Nervous System(CNS) and the Peripheral Nervous System(PNS), both of these combined help transmit signals all throughout the body.
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  5. page The Muscular System edited ... Muscular System - by Kelsey McCarter The Muscular ... and generate heat.‍ Structure/F…

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    Muscular System - by Kelsey McCarter
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    and generate heat.‍
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    heat.‍‍
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    Skeletal Muscle Tissue- Most abundant; Produces movement; Fibers come together to make bundles which come together to form musc
    les; controlled by the Somatic Nervous System (SNS).
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  6. page The Lymphatic-Immune System edited The Lymphatic/Immune System-The System - by Presleigh Taylor The immune/lymphatic system Str…

    The Lymphatic/Immune System-TheSystem - by Presleigh Taylor
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    immune/lymphatic system
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    Thymus- The thymus gland where T-lymphocytes develop and mature before birth and it is most active before puberty. The thymus secretes the hormone thymosin, which starts the growth of lymphocytes and lymphoid tissue throughout the body.
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  7. page The Circulatory System 2 edited ... Circulatory System - by Sean Evans The circulatory system is made up of the vessels and …

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    The circulatory system is made up of the vessels and the muscles that help and control the flow of the blood around the body.
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    The Heart: About the size of two adult hands held together, the heart sits near the center of the chest. The heart consistently pumps to keep the circulatory moving.
    Arteries: Arteries carry blood rich in oxygen away from the heart and where they need to go.
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    receive oxygen.
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    Enzymes/Hormones
    Epinephrine: this hormone increases heart rate and lets the heart pump blood faster.
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  8. page The Circulatory System edited Structure/Function: - by Dalton Shoemake Heart :Composed of 4 chambers , the right and left at…

    Structure/Function: - by Dalton Shoemake
    Heart :Composed of 4 chambers , the right and left atrium and the left and right ventricle. Pumps blood through out the body and keeps it full of oxygen by pumping it to and from the lungs.
    Blood :A sticky red fluid that transports oxygen and nutrients throughout the body , serves as the body's transport system.
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  9. page Respiratory System edited Respiratory System - by Jasmine Williams Repiratory system is the body system that performs gas …
    Respiratory System - by Jasmine Williams
    Repiratory system is the body system that performs gas exchange and gives the organism the ability to breathe.
    Respiratory system
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  10. page Muscular System (The Asian) edited ... we move? - by Kha Le Muscular System: Simply, the main job of the muscular system is to…

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    we move? - by Kha Le
    Muscular System:
    Simply, the main job of the muscular system is to provide movement for the body.
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