Science Worksheets- The Human Body Systems

In order for a person to live a healthy life, the systems in the body work in conjunction with each other. Each of them has a separate task and these tasks continue throughout the system. So, what are the systems in our body?

Nervous System: The nervous system is the system that connects all systems in the body, coordinates them, and manages them by ensuring their harmonious functioning. In this direction, the nervous system is of great importance in order to ensure that the tasks can be done quickly, together with arousal, evaluation, and excitation. In this direction, the nervous system works through 2 different structures, central and peripheral.

Respiratory System: Respiration is the intake of the clean air necessary for the body and the removal of the polluted air from the body. It is the basic system that forms human life by being carried through blood cells. 

Cardiovascular System: In multicellular organisms, the system that allows food sources and oxygen to reach all cells is the cardiovascular (circulatory) system. At the same time, it provides the elimination of all other harmful elements together with the carbon dioxide formed as a result of some metabolic activities.

Endocrine System: Our endocrine system consists of glands that produce hormones and the hormones produced by these glands.

Excretory System: The system that allows the removal of excess water in the body, the dissolved harmful elements in the water, and the substances that are more than necessary is the excretory system. At the same time, it has great importance in the healthy removal of many wastes from food sources.

Integumentary System: The integumentary system is made up of skin and skin structures. It covers the outer surface of the body and has a protective role.

Muscular System: The muscular system consists of the sum of the muscles that maintain a stance through steady contraction of skeletal movement and attempt to generate heat through cell metabolism.

Reproductive System: The reproductive system works in the fertilization and propagation of genes.

Lymphatic System: The lymphatic system is a complex pattern of lymphoid organs that produce lymph fluid and transport it from the tissues to the circulatory system.

Skeletal System: The skeletal system is a system of bones joined together by joints. Bones are hard, solid, and white formations that support the soft parts of the body. There are four different types of bones in the skeletal system: long, short, flat, and irregularly shaped bones.

Digestive System: The system that works to ensure the transfer of ingested food sources to the cells and blood is known as the digestive system. The digestive system, which works in two different ways, chemically and mechanically, allows food sources to pass in a healthy way by breaking them into very small pieces.

The Human Body Systems

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