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Diagram of Internal Organs

Introduction to Diagram of Internal Organs   

   Human body is entirely known as organism.   Human body consists of various organ systems, each of which comprises of number of organs whose functions complement each other.  Each organ system performs a particular tasks.  These organ systems interact to produce coordinated, active, healthy and intelligent human body.  All human being have same organ system with the exception of reproductive system.

  Human body consists of billions of cells which are organized into tissues. Each tissue consists of similar types of cell. One or more types of tissue work together inside an organ, such as bone or a lung. Internal organs are linked together to form a system that has one or more major roles.

           Human Body Internal Organs

Internal Organs Systems of a Human Body - I

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  • The skeletal systems provides framework and support to the body, protects internal organs and provides attachment points for muscles

 Skeletal System

  • The muscular system moves and supports the body with the skeletal musculature and the heart muscles. It consists of 620 skeletal muscles attached to bones 

 Muscular System

  • The respiratory systems supplies the body with oxygen.  It consists of nose, throat the upper airways and trachea and lungs the  lower airways

 Respiratory System

  • The cardiovascular systems also known as circulatory system which transports material around the body.  It consists of heart, network of blood vessels, and blood.

cardiovascular system

  • The digestive systems supplies food to the body organs. It consists of mouth, oesophagus, stomach and intestine.


Internal Organs Systems of a Human Body - Ii

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  • The endocrine systems regulates many body processes. It consists of glands that make up hormones

 Endocrine System

  • The nervous systems controls the body's activities. It consists of brain, spinal cord and network of nerves.

 Nervous System

  • The excretory systems removes waste from the body. It consists of urinary tract and kidneys.

Excretory System

  •  The reproductive systems enables us to produce children. Male and female systems are different


 Reproductive System

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