The Human Body Systems PPT
Title: Human Body Systems Author: Administrator Last modified by: Administrator Created Date: 4/5/2006 10:23:26 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS Kathy Brady INTRODUCTION This project will introduce the student to various body systems covered in Biology. The following systems will be covered: Digestive Respiratory Skeletal Muscular Directions Students will be assigned pairs to explore the various body systems.
Human Body Systems. On-Level Biology Book: Chapters 34 – 39. Pre-AP Biology Book: Chapters 35 - 40
The Human Body Systems By the Fourth Grade Computer Class The Body Systems Everyone is different. We have different skin colors, hair colors, body shapes and sizes — but we all look alike inside.
Human Body Systems Human Body Organization The Human Body is composed of Organ Systems are composed of Organs are composed of Tissues are composed of Cells Circulatory System Major Structures heart, blood vessels, blood, lymph nodes and vessels, lymph , blood cells Functions transports nutrients ...
Human Body Systems 7th grade Science Miss Evans Click here to begin 10/7/2009 10/7/2009 Human Body Systems Main Page Directions: Begin by clicking on the word or picture of the system you want to view.
Digestive System. The digestive system is responsible for breaking down and converting food into energy.
Title: Human body systems Author: kerim11 Last modified by: Kelly Riedell Created Date: 4/10/2011 8:50:49 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
The levels of organization in a multi-cellular organism are individual cells tissues, organs, and organ systems. Tissue: Similar cells grouped into units that perform a particular function.
The Human Body Systems By the Fourth Grade Computer Class The human body is like a complex organization that has an important job to get done. In order to get everything done perfectly and on time, it has to use a system.
Human Body Systems Human Body Systems THE DR. I.I.L. MCSNEER WAY Digestive Respiratory Integumentary Immune Lymphatic Muscular Circulatory Skeletal Nervous Endocrine Excretory Reproductive Believe it or not, you are organized!
Human Body Systems Technology Project by R. Leonard Human Body Systems THE DR. I.I.L. MCSNEER WAY Digestive Respiratory Integumentary Immune Lymphatic Muscular Circulatory Skeletal Nervous Endocrine Excretory Reproductive Human Body Systems This slide presentation is meant to help you study the ...
The Human Body Interactive PowerPoint Laura Goerner Digestive System Respiratory System Circulatory System Muscular System Skeletal System Digestive System Gross and Cool Facts! HOW LONG ARE YOUR INTESTINES? At least 25 feet in an adult.
The Human Body Systems Chapters 35 -39 Levels of Organization Cells – basic units of structure. Tissues – groups of similar cells that perform a single function.
Identifying The Muscles of The Body. Approximately 639 to 850 Muscles in Body. Debate. Basics. How are muscles named? Size. Location on Body. Relation to Bone
You Can’t Have One Without the Other Body Systems TAKS Objective 2 The student will demonstrate an understanding of living systems and the environment – Interdependence occurs among living systems TEKS 8.6 A The student knows that interdependence occurs among living systems.
Human Body Systems * * * * * * * * * * Brain Three main parts: Cerebrum Cerebellum Brain stem You also have a left and right half Brain Your brain contains @ 100 billion neurons Cerebrum: interprets input from senses Controls movement Responsible for learning and memory Brain Cerebellum ...
Human Body Systems Click here to begin 10/7/2009 10/7/2009 Human Body Systems Main Page Directions: Begin by clicking on the word or picture of the system you want to view.
The Human Body 7th Grade Life Science Schley County Middle School Coach Blocker Male Reproductive System Female Reproductive System Reproductive System Fertilization – ovum (haploid) and sperm (haploid) fuse together to create a new diploid cell called the zygote.
Human Body Systems Technology Project Smooth Muscle Smooth muscles are called involuntary muscles because they work with your conscious effort.
Activity 2.2.1: The Neuron (30–35 Minutes) Your homework was to complete the diagrams of the neurons – those will be collected on Thursday!
Title: Human Body Systems Project Author: jmccormick Last modified by: jmccormick Created Date: 5/23/2011 4:42:23 PM Document presentation format
Human Body Systems Technology Project Ouch! In the movie MATRIX, Neo and the others are plugged into the matrix through their CNS ! (Central Nervous System) Your Senses Are Your Nervous System’s Bridge to the Outside World Web Sources and Resources: Usborne Science Encyclopedia pgs. 370-375 ...
Human Body Systems Key Ideas How do the skeletal and muscular systems help the body maintain homeostasis? How does the integumentary system help the body to maintain homeostasis?
Title: Human Body Systems Author: Internal User Last modified by: davisn Created Date: 4/12/2012 3:16:59 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
Structures. Brain. Control center. Spinal Cord. Peripheral nerves. Central Nervous System. Made up of the brain and spinal cord and coordinates your body’s activities
Human body systems 11 interdependent systems Digestive system The digestive system is made up of the digestive tract; a series of hollow organs joined in a long, twisting tube from the mouth to the anus—and other organs that help the body break down and absorb food.
Human Body Systems Circulatory system Urinary system Function: removes wastes from blood Major parts: Kidneys: filter nitrogen-based wastes out of the blood Ureters: send liquid wastes from the kidneys to the bladder Urinary bladder: the holding tank for urine Urethra: the tube that sends urine ...
Human Body Systems Human Body Organization The Human Body is composed of Organ Systems are composed of Organs are composed of Tissues are composed of Cells Circulatory System Major Structures heart, blood vessels, blood, lymph nodes and vessels, lymph Functions transports nutrients, wastes ...
Title: MAJOR ORGAN SYSTEMS IN THE HUMAN BODY Author: John Canova Last modified by: J. Canova Created Date: 1/28/2009 7:16:17 PM Document presentation format
The Human Body: An Orientation Part 1 Review What is Anatomy? Give an example of Anatomy of the Cardiovascular System What is Physiology? Give an example of Physiology of the Digestive System Overview Levels of Structural Organization Maintaining Life Homeostasis Levels of Structural ...
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Human Body Systems Interactions Test Review 1. List the levels of organization starting with the basic unit of life. Create an example using the human body.
HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS GO FISH GAME. Remember that structure relates to function so the way a body system is arranged relates to the function or job of that system!
Organ System. Different organs working together to perform a particular job make up an organ system. there are 11 organ systems in the human body:
Title: The Human Body: Body Systems and Life Functions Author: nhoffman Last modified by: Pitt County Schools Created Date: 9/24/2004 9:22:56 PM Document presentation format
Human Anatomy and Body Systems Levels of Organization Remember, the human body is organized in several levels, from the simplest to the most complex. . .
BODY SYSTEMS EVERY CHILD STROGNER EVERY LIFT LONGER! BODY SYSTEMS Skeletal System Muscular System Digestive System Respiratory System Circulatory System Nervous System Urinary System SKELETAL SYSTEM The adult human body has 206 bones, but a baby’s body has about 300 bones.
The Human Organism: Introduction to Human Body Systems TPJ 3M Nicole Klement The Human Nervous System Nervous system: the control system that enables animals to detect a stimulus and coordinate a response.
ZOOL 2003 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I Course Instructor: Dr. Martin Huss Chapter 1: Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology. Overview of Human Anatomy and Physiology Anatomy – the study of the structure of the body and the relationships of the various parts of the body Gross or ...
The muscular, skeletal and nervous system working together to create movement. How Do Body Systems Work Together
Body Systems The next benchmark that we need to explore states… SCI.III.2.MS.4- Explain how selected systems and processes work together in animals.
Unit 7 Common Diseases and Conditions of Body Systems Nurse Aide I Course Common Diseases and Conditions of Body Systems This unit reviews the structure and function of the body and its systems.
Human Body Systems * BioEd Online * The Diversity of Life, Domain IV, Part D is a review for the Human Body Systems. Remember, these reviews are not comprehensive; they are intended to refresh your memory and illustrate some pedagogy that will help you begin the process of becoming a teacher.
Organ Systems The human body Essential Question What are the roles of the different body systems in the human body? Major Organ Systems Twelve major organ systems make up the human body Each organ system has a unique function Skeletal System Forms the basic framework of the body Consists ...
Human Body Systems Respiratory System Function: Breathing brings air into the lungs and removes waste gases Cellular respiration converts oxygen and glucose to carbon dioxide, water and energy Respiratory system Upper and Lower respiratory tracts Fact The surface area of the aveoli in your lungs ...
Modeling Activities for Human Body Systems Michelle Varnau St. Lawrence Elementary and Middle School Santa Clara, CA Modeling Activities Models with Inquiry Purpose 5th & 7th Grade CA State Science Standards Next Generation Science Standards Sample Models Osmosis Cell Containers Lung Bottles ...
HEALTH GRADE THREE – THE HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS Body Systems General Purpose of Each System Medical Terminology of Body Systems The Human Body Systems
An Orientation Chapter 1 Definitions Anatomy - The study of the structure of body parts and their relationships to one another. Physiology - The study of the function of living organisms.
Body Systems Jeopardy S Y S T E M 100 What system is responsible for eliminating waste from the body? EXCRETORY SYSTEM 100 How many bones are found in an adult human? 206 100 I consist of the stomach, mouth, small intestines and esophagus.