Digestive System

By: Kennedy and Ally

Digestive System Organs

Some of the major organs that make up the digestive system are the esophagus, liver, stomach, large and small intestine, pancreas, rectum, and anus.

Levels of Organization

Digestive System (Organ System)

The digestive system has two main functions. They are to covert food into nutrients and to get rid of the waste.

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Digestive System In Alex Morgan

In this picture there is a digestive system because every single person has a digestive system in their body, to break down the food that they eat.

Homestasis

Homeostasis is what keeps your body warm. The organ system helps the body maintain homeostasis by shivering when you are cold to help you heat up, or by sweating when your are hot to help your body cool down. When your body can not maintain homeostasis, other organs fail, which leads to possibly death or severe illness. Hypothermia is something that affects homeostasis. Hypothermia is when you get very cold, and other organs in you body can not work because of it. It is caused when homeostasis can not be maintained.
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Interactions With The Digestive System