By Paul A. Krieger
A visible Analogy consultant to Human Anatomy and body structure by way of Paul A. Krieger makes use of visible analogies and different targeted examine instruments to aid the scholar in studying info of human anatomy and body structure. This two-color publication can be utilized together with any textbook. scholars can label diagrams, create their very own drawings or colour present black and white illustrations to raised comprehend the offered fabric.
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It is transferred to the blood, then sent back to the respiratory system, where some of it is released to the external environment. The digestive system functions to take in nutrients, break them down to their simplest components, and absorb them into the blood. Then they are delivered to cells. In addition, the digestive system eliminates waste products from the body. The urinary system constantly filters and processes the blood to eventually form urine, which contains nitrogen wastes. The lymphatic and immune systems typically are grouped together (even though they are not illustrated that way).
These complex organ systems all working together form an organism (ex: human organism). For convenience, teachers and textbook authors sometimes discuss each organ system independent of the others. But it should be emphasized that no organ system exists as an island unto itself because they are all interdependent. Substances such as water, nutrients, and waste products have to move between organ systems to maintain homeostasis for the entire organism. Keep in mind when studying physiology that it is common to jump back and forth between these different levels of structure when learning about physiological mechanisms.
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