Body Systems By: Juliana Watkins, Haley Coello, Taylor Ransom, Jason Davis, Tyler Scharfenberg

Skeletal System ~ gives shape and protects internal organs and it helps major muscles move. The skeletal system also stores calcium and phosphorus. Red marrow inside the bones, produces blood cells.
Muscular System ~ Muscular system is responsible for everyday daily movement.
Skin System ~ Protects the body from the outside world, and diseases. It also eliminates waste and regulates body temperature
Digestive System ~ A group of organs working together to convert (change) food into energy, and basic nutrition to feed the entire body. The body absorbs the nutrients. Food passes through a large tube inside the body known as the Alimentary canal, or the gastrointestinal tract.
Respitary System ~ Responsible for taking in oxygen and expelling carbon dioxide.

Respitary System ~ Responsible for taking in oxygen and expelling carbon dioxide.

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Created with images by LouAnna - "skeleton shadow human"

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