Bio 10A - HeyMiss

Report
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
System
Endocrine
Integumentary
Nervous
Reproductive
Immune
Digestive
Skeletal
Circulatory
Excretory
Respiratory
Muscular
Diagram
Structure
Function
Interaction
1.
These two systems work together to break down and move food through the gastrointestinal
tract.
2.
These two systems work together by moving air in and out of the lungs.
3.
These two systems, when in contact with the external environment, take in nutrients and
oxygen
4.
Metabolic wastes are eliminated by these two systems.
5.
These two systems act together to break down and distribute nutrients to the cells.
6.
These two systems act together to bring in and distribute oxygen to the cells.
7.
These two systems work together as your skin senses the outside world.
8.
These two systems work together to produce and transport hormones to organs and tissues.
9.
These two systems work together protect the body from sickness and injury.
10.
These two systems work together to pick up and filter nitrogenous waste from the body.
11.
These two systems are responsible for the control and coordination of the body’s regulatory
mechanisms.
12.
These two systems work together to control hunger and satiation.
13.
These two systems work together to control urination.
14.
These two systems send signals to other parts of the body to help maintain homeostasis.
15.
These two systems work together to protect a developing fetus from infection.
16.
These two systems work together to gather and store calcium in the body.
Body Systems - interactions
System 1
System 2
1D
3D
5D
7D
9D
2D
4D
6D
8D
10D
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.
11D
These two
systems work
together as
your skin senses
the outside
world.
7I
These two
systems work
together to control
hunger and
satiation.
12I
4I
12D
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
control urination.
These two systems
send signals to other
parts of the body to
help maintain
homeostasis.
8I
13I
9I
14I
These two systems
act together to break
down and distribute
nutrients to the
cells.
5I
These two systems
act together to bring
in and distribute
oxygen to the cells.
6I
These two
systems work
together to pick
up and filter
nitrogenous
waste from the
10I
body.
These two systems
are
responsible for the
control and
coordination of the
body’s regulatory
mechanisms. 11I
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.
15I
16I
ENDOCRINE
SYSTEM
INTEGUMENTARY
SYSTEM
NERVOUS
SYSTEM
REPRODUCTIVE
SYSTEM
IMMUNE
SYSTEM
Produces sex cells to create
children, controls female
& male characteristics
5F
Processes information, provides
short-term control over
activities of other organ
systems, and directs immediate
responses to stimuli
2F
Testes, penis (males);
ovaries, uterus,
breasts (females)
Brain, spinal cord,
nerves, sense
organs
5S
1S
2S
Defense against infection
and disease
3F
1st barrier to disease and the
environment; controls body
temperature, keeps body fluids
1F
inside body.
Regulates body temperature,
metabolism, development, and
reproduction; maintains
homeostasis; regulates other
organ systems
4F
Lymph nodes, white blood
cells, skin
Skin, hair follicles, sebaceous
and sweat glands, nails,
and sensory receptors 3S
4S
Pineal gland, pituitary,
thyroid, parathyroid, thymus,
adrenal glands, kidneys,
pancreas, testes, and ovaries
DIGESTIVE
SYSTEM
Support and protection of soft
tissues, mineral storage, and
blood production
11F
SKELETAL
SYSTEM
Internal transport of cells and
dissolved materials
CIRCULATORY
SYSTEM
EXCRETORY
SYSTEM
RESPIRATORY
SYSTEM
MUSCULAR
SYSTEM
8F
Provide movement, produce
heat, and support skeletal
position
7F
Intake of air and gas
exchange
6F
Filter blood, collect and remove
nitrogenous wastes from blood,
and maintain water, salt,
9F
acid/base, ion balance
Intake of food, mechanical and
chemical breakdown of food,
absorption of building blocks of
food, and formation of solid
wastes
10F
Bones, cartilage, joints
6S
Heart, blood vessels, blood,
lymph, lymph nodes,
veins, arteries, capillaries 11S
Smooth, skeletal, and
cardiac muscle
tissues, tendons
10S
Lungs, nasal cavities,
sinuses, pharynx, larynx,
trachea, bronchi
Kidneys, ureters, urinary
bladder, and urethra
9S
8S
Mouth, teeth, tongue, salivary
glands, pharynx, esophagus,
stomach, intestines, liver,
gall bladder, and pancreas 7S
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
Structures
Functions
Interactions
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.
System
Diagram
Structures
Functions
System
Endocrine
Integumentary
Nervous
Reproductive
Immune
Digestive
Skeletal
Circulatory
Excretory
Respiratory
Muscular
Diagram
11D
1D
10D
6D, 8D
12D
7D
Structure
4S
3S
1S
5S
2S
7S
5D
9D
2D
4D
3D
6S
11S
8S
9S
10S
KEY
Function
4F
1F
2F
5F
3F
10F
11F
8F
9F
6F
7F
ENDOCRINE
SYSTEM
INTEGUMENTARY
SYSTEM
NERVOUS
SYSTEM
REPRODUCTIVE
SYSTEM
IMMUNE
SYSTEM
Regulates body temperature,
metabolism, development, and
reproduction; maintains
homeostasis; regulates other
organ systems
4F
4S
Pineal gland, pituitary,
thyroid, parathyroid, thymus,
adrenal glands, kidneys,
pancreas, testes, and ovaries
1st barrier to disease and the
environment; controls body
temperature, keeps body fluids
1F
inside body.
Skin, hair follicles, sebaceous
and sweat glands, nails,
and sensory receptors 3S
Processes information, provides
short-term control over
activities of other organ
systems, and directs immediate
responses to stimuli
2F
Produces sex cells to create
children, controls female
& male characteristics
5F
Brain, spinal cord,
nerves, sense
organs
Testes, penis (males);
ovaries, uterus,
breasts (females)
1S
5S
2S
Defense against infection
and disease
3F
KEY
Lymph nodes, white blood
cells, skin
DIGESTIVE
SYSTEM
Intake of food, mechanical and
chemical breakdown of food,
absorption of building blocks of
food, and formation of solid
wastes
SKELETAL
SYSTEM
Support and protection of soft
tissues, mineral storage, and
blood production
11F
CIRCULATORY
SYSTEM
Internal transport of cells and
dissolved materials
EXCRETORY
SYSTEM
RESPIRATORY
SYSTEM
MUSCULAR
SYSTEM
10F
8F
Filter blood, collect and remove
nitrogenous wastes from blood,
and maintain water, salt,
9F
acid/base, ion balance
Intake of air and gas
exchange
6F
Provide movement, produce
heat, and support skeletal
position
7F
KEY
Mouth, teeth, tongue, salivary
glands, pharynx, esophagus,
stomach, intestines, liver,
gall bladder, and pancreas 7S
Bones, cartilage, joints
6S
Heart, blood vessels, blood,
lymph, lymph nodes,
veins, arteries, capillaries
11S
Kidneys, ureters, urinary
bladder, and urethra
Lungs, nasal cavities,
sinuses, pharynx, larynx,
trachea, bronchi
Smooth, skeletal, and
cardiac muscle
tissues, tendons
8S
9S
10S
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
These two systems
work together to
break down and
move food through
the gastrointestinal
tract.
Interactions
System
Diagram
1I
Structures
Functions
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
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
These two
systems
work together by
Interactions
moving air in and
out of the lungs.
System
Diagram
2I
Structures
Functions
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
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
These two systems,
when in contact with
the external
environment, take in
nutrients and oxygen
Interactions
System
Diagram
3I
Structures
Functions
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
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
Metabolic wastes
are eliminated by
Interactions
these two
systems.
System
Diagram
4I
Structures
Functions
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
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
These two systems
act together to break
down and distribute
nutrients to the
cells.
Interactions
System
Diagram
5I
Structures
Functions
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
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
These two systems
act together to bring
in and distribute
oxygen to the cells.
Interactions
System
Diagram
6I
Structures
Functions
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
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
These two
systems work
together as
your skin senses
the outside
world.
Interactions
System
Diagram
7I
Structures
Functions
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
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
These two systems
work together to
produce and
transport hormones
to organs and
tissues.
Interactions
System
Diagram
8I
Structures
Functions
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
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
These two systems
work together to
protect the body
from sickness and
injury.
Interactions
System
Diagram
9I
Structures
Functions
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
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
Structures
Functions
These two
systems work
together to pick
up and filter
nitrogenous
waste from the
10I
body.
Interactions
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.
System
Diagram
Structures
Functions
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
Structures
Functions
These two systems
are
responsible for the
control and
coordination of the
body’s regulatory
mechanisms. 11I
Interactions
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.
System
Diagram
Structures
Functions
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
These two
systems work
together to
Interactions
control hunger
and satiation.
System
Diagram
12I
Structures
Functions
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
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
These two systems
work together to
control urination.
Interactions
System
Diagram
13I
Structures
Functions
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
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
These two systems
send signals to other
parts of the body to
help maintain
homeostasis.
Interactions
System
Diagram
14I
Structures
Functions
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
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
These two
systems work
together to protect a
developing fetus
from infection.
Interactions
System
Diagram
15I
Structures
Functions
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
Bio 10A
Bio 10A
System 1
System 2
Bio 10B
System
Diagram
These two systems
work together to
gather and store
calcium in the body.
Interactions
System
Diagram
16I
Structures
Functions
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

similar documents