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Name: ___________________________________ #: _______ Date: _________________________________
Human Body Systems Study Guide
Directions: For each body system listed below, you will need to know the main function and major
organs (or tissues) of that system.
Body
Main Function
System
Major Organs (or
Tissues)
The main function of the circulatory
system is to transport oxygen and
nutrients to your cells around your body.
The main function of the respiratory
system is to bring oxygen into your body
and remove carbon dioxide waste.
The main function of the excretory
system is to remove liquid waste from the
body.
The main function of the digestive system
is to bring nutrients into your body and
remove solid waste.
Heart, blood vessels, blood
Muscular
The main function of your muscular
system is to move your body and things
within your body.
Cardiac muscles, skeletal
muscles, and smooth
muscles
Skeletal
The main function of your skeletal system
is to provide structure to your body.
The main function of your immune
system is to protect your body from
viruses and bacteria invading your body.
The main function of your integumentary
system is to be the first line of protection
for your body.
The main function of your nervous system
is to control your other body systems and
send messages between organs of your
body and your brain.
Bones
Circulatory
Respiratory
Excretory
Digestive
Immune
Integumentary
Nervous
Mouth and nasal passage,
trachea, lungs, diaphragm
Kidneys, ureters, bladder,
urethra
Mouth, esophagus,
stomach, small intestine,
large intestine
White blood cells
Skin, hair, nails
Brain, spinal cord, nerves