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Daily TAKS Connection: Functions of Systems in Organisms. BIO(10): The student knows that, at all levels of nature, living systems are found within other living systems, each with its own boundary and limits. The student is expected to:

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Daily TAKS Connection:Functions of Systems in Organisms

BIO(10): The student knows that, at all levels of nature, living systems are found within other living systems, each with its own boundary and limits. The student is expected to:

(A) Interpret the functions of systems in organisms including circulatory, digestive, nervous, endocrine, reproductive, integumentary, skeletal, respiratory, muscular, excretory, and immune.

(B) Compare the interrelationships of organ systems to each other and to the body as a whole.


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Construct a two tab foldable

Materials:

Foldable handout

Scissors

Pen

Colored pencils/crayons

Instructions:

Hotdog fold paper with leaving a 1cm flap along the bottom

Label flap “Human Body Organs & Systems”

Fold hot dog piece of paper into 3 hamburger folds. Cut along each fold without cutting bottom flap

Tuck the flaps into the bottom flap

Label 1st flap:Skeletal & Muscle

Label 2nd flap: Immune

Label 3rd flap: circulatory

Label 4th flap: Nervous

Label 5th flap: Digestive

Label 6th flap: Respiratory

Label 7th flap: Urinary

Label 8th flap: Endocrine

Instructions:

Paste the attached pictures to the inside of the correctly matching tab

Foldable Instructions


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Correct Number with System

1

2

3

6

4

5

7

8

9


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Urinary System Notes

Record and if applicable label the following notes under each flap:

Urinary System

Rids the body of liquid waste

kidney

ureter

Urethra

Urinary bladder


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Nervous System Notes

Record and if applicable label the following notes under each flap:

Neuron

  • Nervous System

  • Responds to stimuli to maintain homeostasis

Synapse

Dendrite

Axon


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Muscular System Notes

Record and if applicable label the following notes under each flap:

Bicep- flexes the arm (moves arm up)

  • Muscle & Skeletal System

  • Provides movement and extension of limbs

  • Bones have red marrow which produces red blood cells

Tricep- extends the arm


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Respiratory System Notes

Record and if applicable label the following notes under each flap:

  • Respiratory System

  • Intake of Oxygen (O2) and gets rid of CO2 as the body maintains homeostasis through metabolism


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Endocrine System Notes

Record and if applicable label the following notes under each flap:

  • Endocrine System

  • Hormones

  • Glands

  • Fight/Flight Response


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Immune System Notes

Record and if applicable label the following notes under each flap:

  • Immune System

  • Protects the body, often with T-cells (White Blood Cells)

  • Helps rid the body of viruses, bacteria, and other pathogens


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Digestive System Notes

Record and if applicable label the following notes under each flap:

  • Digestive System

  • Contains enzymes which break down food

  • Contains small intestine for absorption of nutrients


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Circulatory System Notes

Record and if applicable label the following notes under each flap:

  • Circulatory System

  • Delivers nutrients to all parts of the body

  • Transports red blood cells to body which has the protein hemoglobin to carry oxygen (O2)


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Reproductive System Notes

Record and if applicable label the following notes under each flap:

  • Reproductive System

  • Allows for production of offspring sexual- varied offspring asexual- identical to parent

Star notes organs involved in sexual reproduction


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On the backside of the foldable indicate which interaction of systems are involved in each of the pictured scenarios

  • Systems Activated: muscular, respiratory, endocrine

  • Systems Suppressed: Digestive, urinary, reproductive

  • Excretory system retains fluids

  • Vasodilatation to release excess heat

  • Systems Activated: excretory, muscular, integumentary

  • Muscular contraction to chew and push food down GI tract.

  • Systems Activated:Digestion, Excretory, Circulatory

  • Hormones can trigger asthma attacks

  • Systems Activated: Respiratory & Endocrine


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Question 1

According to this information, some organs of the gastrointestinal tract —

a.fit in more than one organ system

c.supply the body with platelets

b.perform only one function at a time

d.produce soluble vitamins


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Question 2

Pelicans prevent serious wing damage by entering the water in the manner shown above. Which two organ systems in the pelican work together the most to accomplish this maneuver?

a. Circulatory and nervous systems

b. Muscular and digestive systems

c. Nervous and muscular systems

d. Digestive and circulatory systems

CORRECT ANSWER:

c. Nervous and muscular systems


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