Human body System Functions

By Matthew Cashimere

Nervous System Functions

Sensory: The sensory function helps you sense different things like when something hurts you react to it or if something is really hot or really cold you react.

Integration: The integration function gives information to the sensory function to help you react.

Motor: It is your response to the sensory receptors that respond to the messages sent to your body.

Skeletal system

Movement: we use movement with joints and muscles. Our legs and arms move when our muscles pull on our bones.

Support: It supports and shapes our body and muscles

Protection: It protects our vital organs. The skull protects the brain. The ribs protect the lungs and heart from injury.

Homeopoesis: Red and white blood cells are formed by tissue called bone marrow which is on the center of the bone.

Storage: Bones store minerals, like calcium and phosphorus, for use by the body.

Integumentary system

The integumentary system protects your body in many ways such as:

Protects your body's tissues and organs

Helps you remove bad substances from your body

Stores water and it has a fat layer

Helps dispose waste materials.