Body systems and there functions!

By:Laasya Madiraju

Integumentary System

The integumentary system is responsible for many functions. First of all, it helps mantain homeostasis. Homeostasis is when our body reacts to something new and stabilizes it self back to normal again. This system specifically helps with the temputure regulation and protecting the skin from pathogens. Pathogens are thing that cause diseases or a illness. The integumentary system also removes substances from your body. Some examples of these substances are sweat and oils.

Nervous system

The nervous system has 3 major systems. The systems are like process in the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. First there is sensory. Sensory is basically what monitors the environment through receptors. This is both internal and external. It basically senses what is wrong or different. Next is integration, intergration is when they process the information of the sensory function and sends it to the brain; for the brain to handle. The last step or function is motor. Motor is how the processed sensory information reacts or responds. For example it can create muscle contractions or glandular secretion. The central nervous systems which includes the brain and spinal cord are in control center of the body. The nervous system is in charge of controlling receiving and interpreting all the information from things like eyes ears joint and ect. The peripheral nervous systems which has all the nerves is responsible for processing and getting the information. It also carries it from the nervous system and to various smooth muscles and memmbranes and glands.

Skeletal system

The skeletal system has lots of important functions for your body.The first function is movement. This is the movement with your joints and muscles. So, your muscles have to pull on your bones to move your body parts like your arms and legs. Plus, the joints in your elbow, knee and ect allow you to move those certain areas.The second function is support. This shapes for you body and muscles. Also, there is support by certain bones in your body that hold your body up. The next function is protection. This function protects your vital organs. These are the organs that are essential for your body. For example you skull protects your brain and your ribs protect your heart and lungs from and harm or damage that may happen on your body. There is also a function that creates red and white blood cells in your body. This is also called hematopoiesis. These are created by a tissue called bone marrow. This is in the center of the bone. The last function is storage. The bones in your body store minerals like calcium amd phosphorus. These minerals are used in and for your body.