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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Homeostasis in the body Transport and Organization Urinary Set up near the dorsal Wall are 2 bean shaped kidneys.Filters the blood and creates urine to remove wastes. Uses blood vessels to feed into nephrons to create urine Cardiovascular:The urinary system controls blood volume. Blood volume and blood pressure play a role in determining water and solute excretion. Respiratory: The kidneys and the lungs work together to control the pH of the internal environment Digestive: The kidneys compensate for fluidslost by the digestive system. Integumentary: The urinary system compensates for water loss due to sweating. The kidneys and skin both play a role in vitamin D production Cardiovascular: Composed of the heart, blood vessels, and bloodThe heart is a hollow four chambered organ made up of cardiac muscleEach side has an atrium and ventricle. It has pulmonary arteries and veins which bring blood to and from the lungs. The superior and inferior vena cave bring deoxygenated blood to the heart and the aorta take oxygenated blood to the bodycardiac muscle, smooth muscle, and simple squamous epithelium, and connective tissue Urinary: The kidneys clear the blood of wastes and substances present in the body. The kidneys help control blood pressure and blood volume Digestive:The digestive system breaks down nutrients into forms readily absorbed by the bloodstream Respiratory: The respiratory system oxygenates the blood and removes carbon dioxide. Respiratory movements help the blood circulate. Integumentary: Changes in skin blood flow areimportant in temperature control double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Respiratory: There are three major parts of the respiratory system, the airway which includes the mouth, the nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, which they carry air between the lungs and to the exterior of the body Integumentary: Skin blood vessels play a role in regulating body temperature Cardiovascular: Skin blood vessels play a role in regulating body temperature Digestive: The digestive system and respiratory system share openings to the outside. Urinary: The kidneys and the respiratory system work together to maintain blood pH. The kidneys compensate for water lost through breathing Integumentary Made up of the skin, hair, nails and exocrine glandsIntended to seal and protect bodyStratified squamous and adipose as well as keratin. Cardio: Skin blood vessels play a role in regulating body temperature Digestive: Excess calories may be stored as subcutaneous fat. Vitamin D activated by the skin stimulates dietary calcium absorption Respiratory: Stimulation of skin receptors may alter respiratory rate Urinary: The kidneys help compensate for water and electrolytes lost in sweat. Cardiovascular Respiratory Digestive Integ: Vitamin D activated in the skin plays a role in absorption of calcium from the digestive tract Cardiovascular: The bloodstream carries absorbed nutrients to all body cells Respiratory: The digestive system and the respiratory system share common anatomical structures. Urinary System: The kidneys and liver work together to activate vitamin D The alimentary canal includes the mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine,and anal canal.The organs of the digestive system carry out these processes, as well as ingestion, propulsion, absorption, and defecationsmooth muscle, Stratified squamous epithelium, Simple columnar epithelium, Goblet cells, connective adipose tissue, simple cubodial epithelium. Cells Transport: Cells are transported in and out of the cell through the partially permeable membrane. The bigger the incoming large molecules must go through the Transmembrane Carrier protein. Transmembrane carrier proteins, Polar heads, Cell membranes, cellsFunctions to move nutrients around, within, and on themselves.
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