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Major organ systems . Major Plant O rgans . Leaves Stems Roots Buds Flowers . Edible Roots . Edible Stems . Edible Leaves . Edible Seeds . Root System . Consists of roots Two types of root systems : Fibrous roots Tap roots. Major Organ Systems in Humans . Skeletal System .

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major plant o rgans
Major Plant Organs
  • Leaves
  • Stems
  • Roots
  • Buds
  • Flowers
root system
Root System
  • Consists of roots
  • Two types of root systems :
  • Fibrous roots
  • Tap roots
types of joints
Types of Joints
  • Immovable e.g. those between the skull bones
  • Moveable Joints

Hinge Joints Ball and Socket

interesting fact
Interesting Fact
  • The joint in the lower jaw may seem to be a hinge joint
  • However it is not a hinge joint and is called the TemperomandibularJoint
  • This joint is in constant use during chewing, swallowing, talking, and laughing. Some of these movements involve rotation of the joint and some are sliding movements.
muscle system
Muscle System
  • Skeletal Muscles
  • Automatically controlled by the brain:
  • Cardiac Muscles in the heart
  • Smooth Muscles in organ such as

the alimentary canal

antagonistic muscles
Antagonistic Muscles
  • Antagonistic muscles work in pair.
  • The pair of muscles work in an opposite manner to each other
circulatory sy s tem
Circulatory system
  • Contains the heart, arteries, veins and capillaries
  • Provides oxygenated blood to all parts of the body and carries away the waste from the body in the form of deoxygenated blood
the digestive system
The digestive system
  • Organ present are oesophagus, stomach and intestines
  • Other organs include liver and pancreas
  • Functions: breakdown and absorption of food ith the help of enzymes
the respiratory s ystem
The respiratory system
  • Organs: lungs, breathing tubes ( trachea, bronchi, bronchioles)
  • Allows gas exchange
excretory system
Excretory system
  • Organs: kidneys and bladder
  • Remove waste such as urea in the form of urine
  • The liver,skin, lungs and large intestine also play a role in getting rid of waste from the body
other system s
Other systems

Endocrine system

sensory system

  • Organ :Glands
  • Produces Hormones
  • E.g. Adrenal gland produce adrenaline
  • Functioning as an endocrine gland, the pancreas secretes the hormones insulin and glucagon to control blood sugar levels throughout the day. 
  • Eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin
  • Provides information about the surroundings to the brain