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Adrenal Glands Liver Lungs Urinary bladder Intestines Cartilage

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Adrenal Glands Liver Lungs Urinary bladder Intestines Cartilage Blood vessels Tongue Muscles Pancreas Larynx Spinal Cord Brain Penis Thymus Skin Esophagus Lymph nodes Gallbladder Spleen Thyroid gland Kidneys Bones Ureters Heart Testes/Ovaries Trachea Ligaments Hair Vagina [{HtmlTable
Organ System Organs
Digestive                                                                                                       
Cardiovascular
Endocrine
Integumentary
Lymphatic
Muscular
Nervous
Reproductive
Respiratory
Skeletal
Urinary
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The Organ Systems:

Organ systems are the fourth level of organization in human beings. Organ systems are made up specific organs, that are composed of specialized tissue. This tissue is made up of cells that pertain to that specific system's functions.

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Organ System Organs
Digestive Intestines, Tongue, Liver, Gallbladder, Pancreas, Esophagus
Cardiovascular Blood vessels, Heart
Endocrine Adrenal Glands, Thyroid gland
Integumentary Skin, Hair
Lymphatic Spleen, Lymph Nodes
Muscular Muscles, Ligaments
Nervous Brain, Spinal Cord, Thymus
Reproductive Testes/Ovaries, Penis, Vagina
Respiratory Lungs, Trachea, Larynx
Skeletal Cartilage, Bones,
Urinary Urinary bladder, Kidneys, Ureters


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What Is an Organ System? - Definition & Pictures

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Chapter 19 / Lesson 1

What is an organ system? Learn about the organ system definition and see organ system examples. Learn about the 11 body systems and organ system functions.


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