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207 Human Body Systems notes Human Body Systems notes 4/4/16 4/4/16 EQ: How is the Human Body organized to ensure good health? 208 Application/Connection: Whats the Function WS? Starter: Practice: Body Systems Notes Exit: How similar are the functions of systems of the human body compare to the systems of a plant? G E I D A F The process of removing waste April 07, 2016 AGENDA Objective 7.12 B Identify the main functions of the systems of the human organism, including the circulatory, respiratory, skeletal, muscular, digestive, excretory, reproductive, integumentary, nervous, and endocrine systems by completing a systems notes and Ws 1. Starter 2. Body System Notes 3. Ws 4. Exit Table of Contents Date Lecture/ Activity/ Lab 3/7 Quiz and Vocabulary 3/8 Introduction to genetics 3/9 Chromosome Activity 3/10 Heredity Notes and Activity 3/21 Probability lab 3/22 Monster Genetics 3/23 Asexual and sexual reproduction 3/24 Sexual Reproduction Lab 3/31-4/1 Body Systems Overview 4/4 Human Body Systems Notes and Ws Page 187-188 189-190 191-192 193-196 197-198 199-200 201-202 203-204 205-206 207-208 Human Body Systems TEKS 7.12B identify the main functions of the systems of the human organism including the circulatory, respiratory, skeletal, muscular, digestive, excretory, reproductive, integumentary, nervous and endocrine systems Skeletal System •supports & shapes body •protects major organs •works with muscles to allow movement •makes blood cells Skeletal System •bones, joints, cartilage, ligaments & bone marrow Muscular System •enables body to move •allows heart to pump to circulate blood •moves food through the digestive system Muscular System •muscles (skeletal, smooth & cardiac) & tendons Respiratory System •takes oxygen into the body •removes carbon dioxide Respiratory System •nose, trachea, bronchi, lungs, alveoli Circulatory System •carries oxygen & nutrients to body cells & carries away wastes •helps fight disease & infections Circulatory System •heart •blood vessels & •blood Digestive System •takes in & breaks down food •absorbs needed nutrients Digestive System •mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, gall bladder & pancreas Integumentary System •protects the body against infection, injury & UV rays •keeps water inside body & removes wastes •helps regulate body temperature Integumentary System •skin, sweat glands, oil glands, hair & nails Excretory System •removes wastes (urine, feces, carbon dioxide, sweat, bile & worn out cells) from the body •regulates body fluids Excretory System •kidneys, ureters, bladder, liver & spleen (large intestine, lungs & skin) Reproductive System •produce sex cells & hormones that control male & female characteristics •produce offspring to continue the species Reproductive System •testes, ovaries & uterus Endocrine System •controls & regulates many body processes like growth, development & metabolism with chemicals called hormones • maintains homeostasis Endocrine System •pancreas & glands (pituitary, pineal, thyroid, adrenal & thymus Nervous System •controls senses & most body functions •carries messages & information between the brain & body Nervous System •brain, spinal cord & body nerves 207 Human Body Systems notes Human Body Systems notes 4/4/16 4/4/16 EQ: How is the Human Body organized to ensure good health? 208 Application/Connection: Whats the Function WS? Starter: Practice: Body Systems Notes Exit: How similar are the functions of systems of the human body compare to the systems of a plant?