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Human Body System

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What does the muscular system have to do with the skeletal system?
The skeletal muscles move bone.
Tendons connect muscle to bone.
What does the skeletal system have to do with muscular system?
Gives skeletal muscle something to pull against so skeletal muscle can move.
Gives support to the body.
What does the skeletal system have to do with the digestive system?
Protects the mouth, esophagus, stomach, liver, pancreas, and gall bladder.
What does the skeletal system have to do with the respiratory system?
Protects trachea, vocal cords and diaphragm.
What does the skeletal system have to do with the circulatory system?
Protects heart.
Bone marrow produces red blood cells.
What does the skeletal system have to do with the urinary system?
Protects the kidney.
What does the skeletal system have to do with the nervous system?
Protects the brain and spinal cord.
What does the muscular system have to do with the digestive system?
Smooth muscles found in the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, and rectum.
What does the muscular system have to do with the respiratory system?
Smooth muscle-the diaphragm.
What does the musclular system have to do with the circulatory system?
Cardiac muscle-heart.
Smooth muscle located in veins and arteries.
What does the muscular system have to do with the urinary system?
Smooth muscle-bladder.
What does the muscle system have to do with the nervous system?
Provides protection for impulses sent down through the body from the brain.
What does the digestive system have to do with the skeletal system?
Provides nutrients for bone growth and repair.
What does the digestive system have to do with the muscular system?
Provides nutrients for muscles to do work-whether it is skeletal, smooth or cardiac muscle.
What does the digestive system have to with the respiratory system?
Provides the diaphragm nutrients in order to fascilitate breathing.
Half of the equation for respiration.
Glucose+ Oxygen= water, carbon dioxide and energy.
What does the digestive system have to do with the circulatory system?
Provides the heart with nutrients so the heart can keep beating.
What does the digestive system have to do with the Urinary system?
Provides nutrients so the kidneys can clean your blood of wastes produced by all the other systems.
What does the digestive system have to do with the nervous system?
Provides energy for the brain to all the thinking and controlling of all the other systems.