The Human Body

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The Human Body by Mind Map: The Human Body

1. Carries Air

2. Skeletal

3. Muscular

4. Circulatory

4.1. Organs

4.1.1. Blood Vessels Types Veins Capillaries Arteries

4.1.2. Heart pericardium contains myocardium nervous tissue muscle tissue

4.1.3. Blood white blood cells

4.2. Functions

4.2.1. Transportation of substances Gases Nurtients Wastes Hormones

4.2.2. Fighting infection

4.2.3. Stabilize pH, other ions

4.2.4. Temperature Regulation

5. Respiratory

5.1. Organ

5.1.1. Pharynx Moves air into the lungs

5.1.2. Trachea Moistens and warms air as it goes into the lungs Protects the respiratory surface from an accumulation of foreign particles

5.1.3. Larynx Vocal Cords Allows for speech

5.1.4. Lungs Responsible for the exchange of gases (mainly O2 and CO2)

5.1.5. Nasal Passage cleans air that eneters through the nose Allow sound to resonate when you stimulate your vocal cords

5.2. Function

5.2.1. Supply blood with O2 to get the heart to deliver O2 to all of body

6. Excretory

6.1. Organs

6.1.1. skin

6.1.2. lungs

6.1.3. kidney

6.1.4. bladder

6.1.5. Ureter

6.1.6. Urethra

6.1.7. Nephron hormones regulate amount of absorption

6.1.8. liver

6.1.9. urinary system

6.2. Function

6.2.1. helps maintain homeostasis

6.2.2. filters out unnecessary material

6.2.3. Responsible for elimination of waste products

6.2.4. Removes carbon dioxide, water, salt, water, urea and uric acid

7. Endocrine

7.1. function

7.1.1. secretes a type of hormone directly into the bloodstream to regulate the body

7.1.2. have secondary endocrine functions

7.2. organs

7.2.1. is a system of glands kidney liver hearts gonads

8. Reproductive

8.1. Male

8.1.1. Organs

8.1.2. Functions Creates sperm to fertilize female egg

8.2. Female

8.2.1. Organs Ovary Eggs

8.2.2. Functions Creates egg to be fertilized by sperm, which then will grow into another human.

9. Nervous

9.1. Function

9.1.1. Interneurons Transfer and interpret impulses

9.1.2. Sensory Neurons Receive Information from the sensory receptors

9.2. Organs

9.2.1. Central Brain Spinal Cord

9.2.2. Peripheral sensory organs of smell sensory organs of taste Ears Eyes

9.3. Motor Neurons

9.3.1. Send appropriate impulses/instructions to the muscles and glands

10. Integumentary

11. Digestive

11.1. Organs

11.1.1. Mouth

11.1.2. Throat

11.1.3. Esophagus

11.1.4. Stomach

11.1.5. Small Intestine

11.1.6. Large Intestine

11.2. Function

11.2.1. Turns food into energy

11.2.2. Creates waste to be eliminated

12. Immune System

12.1. Function

12.1.1. Protects the Human body from diseases

12.2. Structure

12.2.1. Bone Bone Marrow Cells that make up immune all originate from teh bone marrow

12.2.2. Thymus Produces T cells that are released into the blood stream.

12.2.3. Spleen filters the blood