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Bio 10A

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System

System

System

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Structures

Structures

Structures

Functions

Functions

Functions

Body Systems Template 1

slide4

1D

3D

5D

7D

9D

2D

4D

6D

8D

10D

slide5

These two systems

work together to

break down and move food through the gastrointestinal tract.

These two systems

work together by

moving air in and

out of the lungs.

These two systems, when in contact with the external

environment, take in nutrients and oxygen.

1I

2I

3I

Metabolic wastes

are eliminated by

these two systems.

These two systems act together to break

down and distribute

nutrients to the

cells.

These two systems

act together to bring

in and distribute

oxygen to the cells.

4I

5I

6I

These two

systems work

together as

your skin senses

the outside

world.

These two systems

work together to

produce and

transport hormones

to organs and

tissues

These two systems

work together to

protect the body

from sickness

injury.

These two

systems work

together to pick

up and filter

nitrogenous

waste from the

body.

These two systems are

responsible for the

control and

coordination of the

body’s regulatory

mechanisms.

7I

8I

9I

10I

11I

These two

systems work

together to control hunger and satiation.

These two systems

work together to

control urination.

These two systems send signals to other parts of the body to help maintain homeostasis.

These two

systems work

together to protect a developing fetus from infection.

These two systems work together to gather and store calcium in the body.

12I

13I

14I

15I

16I

11D

12D

slide6

ENDOCRINE

SYSTEM

Produces sex cells to create

children, controls female

& male characteristics

Testes, penis (males);

ovaries, uterus,

breasts (females)

5S

5F

INTEGUMENTARY

SYSTEM

Processes information, provides

short-term control over

activities of other organ

systems, and directs immediate

responses to stimuli

Brain, spinal cord,

nerves, sense

organs

1S

2F

NERVOUS

SYSTEM

Defense against infection

and disease

Lymph nodes, white blood cells, skin

2S

3F

REPRODUCTIVE

SYSTEM

1st barrier to disease and the

environment; controls body

temperature, keeps body fluids

inside body.

Skin, hair follicles, sebaceous

and sweat glands, nails,

and sensory receptors

3S

1F

IMMUNE

SYSTEM

Regulates body temperature,

metabolism, development, and

reproduction; maintains

homeostasis; regulates other

organ systems

Pineal gland, pituitary,

thyroid, parathyroid, thymus,

adrenal glands, kidneys,

pancreas, testes, and ovaries

4S

4F

slide7

DIGESTIVE

SYSTEM

Support and protection of soft

tissues, mineral storage, and

blood production

Bones, cartilage, joints

11F

6S

SKELETAL

SYSTEM

Internal transport of cells and

dissolved materials

Heart, blood vessels, blood,

lymph, lymph nodes,

veins, arteries, capillaries

8F

11S

CIRCULATORY

SYSTEM

Provide movement, produce

heat, and support skeletal

position

Smooth, skeletal, and

cardiac muscle

tissues, tendons

7F

10S

EXCRETORY

SYSTEM

Intake of air and gas

exchange

Lungs, nasal cavities,

sinuses, pharynx, larynx,

trachea, bronchi

6F

9S

RESPIRATORY

SYSTEM

Filter blood, collect and remove

nitrogenous wastes from blood,

and maintain water, salt,

acid/base, ion balance

Kidneys, ureters, urinary

bladder, and urethra

9F

8S

MUSCULAR

SYSTEM

Intake of food, mechanical and

chemical breakdown of food,

absorption of building blocks of

food, and formation of solid

wastes

Mouth, teeth, tongue, salivary

glands, pharynx, esophagus,

stomach, intestines, liver,

gall bladder, and pancreas

10F

7S

slide8

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide10

ENDOCRINE

SYSTEM

Produces sex cells to create

children, controls female

& male characteristics

Testes, penis (males);

ovaries, uterus,

breasts (females)

5S

5F

Processes information, provides

short-term control over

activities of other organ

systems, and directs immediate

responses to stimuli

Brain, spinal cord,

nerves, sense

organs

1S

2F

Defense against infection

and disease

Lymph nodes, white blood cells, skin

2S

3F

1st barrier to disease and the

environment; controls body

temperature, keeps body fluids

inside body.

Skin, hair follicles, sebaceous

and sweat glands, nails,

and sensory receptors

3S

1F

Regulates body temperature,

metabolism, development, and

reproduction; maintains

homeostasis; regulates other

organ systems

Pineal gland, pituitary,

thyroid, parathyroid, thymus,

adrenal glands, kidneys,

pancreas, testes, and ovaries

4S

4F

INTEGUMENTARY

SYSTEM

NERVOUS

SYSTEM

REPRODUCTIVE

SYSTEM

IMMUNE

SYSTEM

KEY

slide11

Heart, blood vessels, blood,

lymph, lymph nodes,

veins, arteries, capillaries

11S

DIGESTIVE

SYSTEM

Support and protection of soft

tissues, mineral storage, and

blood production

Bones, cartilage, joints

11F

6S

Internal transport of cells and

dissolved materials

8F

Provide movement, produce

heat, and support skeletal

position

Smooth, skeletal, and

cardiac muscle

tissues, tendons

7F

10S

Intake of air and gas

exchange

Lungs, nasal cavities,

sinuses, pharynx, larynx,

trachea, bronchi

6F

9S

Filter blood, collect and remove

nitrogenous wastes from blood,

and maintain water, salt,

acid/base, ion balance

Kidneys, ureters, urinary

bladder, and urethra

9F

8S

Intake of food, mechanical and

chemical breakdown of food,

absorption of building blocks of

food, and formation of solid

wastes

Mouth, teeth, tongue, salivary

glands, pharynx, esophagus,

stomach, intestines, liver,

gall bladder, and pancreas

10F

7S

SKELETAL

SYSTEM

CIRCULATORY

SYSTEM

EXCRETORY

SYSTEM

RESPIRATORY

SYSTEM

MUSCULAR

SYSTEM

KEY

slide12

These two systems

work together to

break down and move food through the gastrointestinal tract.

1I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide13

These two systems

work together by

moving air in and

out of the lungs.

2I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide14

These two systems, when in contact with the external

environment, take in nutrients and oxygen

3I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide15

Metabolic wastes

are eliminated by

these two systems.

4I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide16

These two systems act together to break

down and distribute

nutrients to the

cells.

5I

5I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide17

These two systems

act together to bring

in and distribute

oxygen to the cells.

6I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide18

These two

systems work

together as

your skin senses

the outside

world.

7I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide19

These two systems

work together to

produce and

transport hormones

to organs and

tissues.

8I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide20

These two systems

work together to

protect the body

from sickness and

injury.

9I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide21

These two

systems work

together to pick

up and filter

nitrogenous

waste from the

body.

10I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide22

These two systems are

responsible for the

control and

coordination of the

body’s regulatory

mechanisms.

11I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide23

12I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

These two

systems work

together to control hunger and satiation.

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide24

These two systems

work together to

control urination.

13I

13I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide25

14I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

These two systems send signals to other parts of the body to help maintain homeostasis.

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide26

These two

systems work

together to protect a developing fetus from infection.

15I

15I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions

slide27

These two systems work together to gather and store calcium in the body.

16I

16I

Bio 10A

Bio 10A

System 1

System 2

System

Diagram

System

Diagram

Bio 10B

Interactions

Structures

Draw two systems cards and place on system block. Locate the body system and place under the system card.

Place the correct system structures and function under each system. Between the systems place the interactions cards or

write interactions.

Structures

Functions

Functions