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Unit 3 - P3- Produce a series of annotated diagrams to provide an overview of each the body systems.

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Unit 3 - P3- Produce a series of annotated diagrams to provide an overview of each the body systems. C:\Users\cu146626\Desktop\IMG_9388.JPG C:\Users\cu146626\Desktop\IMG_9143.JPG C:\Users\cu146626\Desktop\IMG_9141.JPG C:\Users\cu146626\Desktop\IMG_9145.JPG C:\Users\cu146626\Desktop\IMG_9146.JPG C:\Users\cu146626\Desktop\IMG_9144.JPG C:\Users\cu146626\Desktop\IMG_9147.JPG The body system: The renal systems main function is to remove waste found in the urine which is broken down in the liver to make urea, and the urea is sent to the kidney for the removal of waste products. The kidney is used by the renal system to control and maintain the balance of electrolytes which is maintained by monitoring the amount of fluid produced. The renal system involves two kidneys connected to two ureters tubes leading to the bladder which urine is then released through the urethra and it?s controlled by the sphincter muscle which is located blow the bladder. ...read more.


The reproductive system is the gathering of organs working together to produce new life however male and females reproductive system is different as they consist in different purposes. The males system involves two parts known as the testes where the sperm is created and the penis which are both outside of the abdominal making the regulation of sperm easier as it requires specific temperatures to live and to produce sperm. On the other hand the female reproduction system also contains two parts which is the vagina and the uterus which operate as containers for semen and the ovaries. It produces necessary egg cells for reproduction and female sex hormones are produced to maintain the reproductive cycle. ...read more.


The cardiovascular system function is to circulate blood through the vessels within the body to provide cells with oxygen and nutrients. Its also helps remove metabolic waste. Oxygenated blood leaves the heart, through the arteries and it gives out nutrients and oxygen to the whole body for carbon dioxide and waste products. The respiratory systems main function is to supply of oxygen to the blood which then supplies oxygen to all parts of the body which is done while breathing. When the oxygen is breathed in it passes into the alveoli and extends through the capillaries into the arterial blood and carbon dioxide follows the same routine out of the lungs when exhaling. The respiratory system also made up of the nose, mouth, trachea, lungs, diaphragm and intercostals muscles. ...read more.

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