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Cornell Notes
Way of taking notes so that YOU
understand the big ideas and can
make connections
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Key points
Drawings
Connections
Inference
Questions you
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• In short hand – abbreviate (text language)
• Definitions
• Important people
• Repeated or stressed information
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Summary
• In your OWN words, write a few complete sentences about what you
learned.; and what you want to know more about.
Interrelationship of the Body Systems (Video)
- All cells can live, grow, get energy, get
rid of waste, reproduce
- Levels of organization: cells  tissue 
organ  organ system  organism
- Skeletal (bones) protect, support, make
blood, move
- Muscular (muscles) move
- Circulatory (heart, blood, blood vessels)
move nutrients, O2 & waste
- Respiratory (lungs, alveoli) breathe
- Digestive (stomach, intestines) break
down food to absorb nutrients
- Excretory all system that get rid of waste
(respiratory – CO2, Skin – sweat, Urinary –
urine, Digestive – feces)
- Immune (new) protects against germs
- Nervous (brain, spinal cord, nerves)
sends messages, thinking, 5 senses
- Endocrine uses hormones to send
messages to grow, puberty
- Reproductive (male/female) - needed
for survival or species but not organism
- All systems work together to maintain
balance (homeostasis)
- Integumentary ? (skin)
Cells and organs work 2gether
C are the foundation of a human (organism)
All C carry out process for us to live and grow
take in food & transform into energy
gets rid of waste
builds proteins that makes new cells
Cells group to make up tissue
tissue  organs
organs  systems
Skeletal (bones)
Functions
protect organs
Store minerals
Produce blood
Help move
joints - 2 bones meet
cartilage – covers end of bone
ligament – connect bones
Muscular – F:move
muscles team up contract/relax
can be voluntary/involuntary (heart)
Circulatory (heart, blood, blood vessels)
delivers O2 (body uses to E out of food)
picks up waste – CO2
blood vessels (veins, arties, capillaries – exchange
Respiratory (lungs, alveoli – gas exchange))
breathe O2 (used by body to release E from food)
get rid of CO2 waste
Digestive (mouth, teeth, saliva, stomach, small intestine –
absorb nutrients, large intestine, anus)
need nutrients to grow & repair
Excretory
gets rid of CO2 (lungs), liquid urine, sweat (skin), solid
(anus)
Andreas Vesalius studied medical science through
dissection & observation “Father of Anatomy”
Immune (saliva, mucus, stomach juices, white blood
cells)
protects form germs by heating up
Nervous (brain, nerves, spinal cord)
think, balance
sight, touch, hearing, smell
Endocrine (F: grow, puberty)
sends message by hormones
Reproductive
survival of species, but not organism
All systems work together to make a fully functioning
human (communication)
Balance system work together
Demo (5 kids spread out, but can touch, circle around
feet, cannot get out of circle, must pass bucket of water,
some has special features like no hands
Riding bike needs
muscular/skeletal to move
respiratory/circulatory to breathe & deliver O2
Nervous to send messages
Immune (hurt or sick)
Digestive to break down food for energy
Excretory to get rid of waste
Cell  Tissue  organ  Organ system
Cells are the basic building blocks of life (cell theory). Cells are grouped to make up tissues,
tissues make up organs, organs make up organ systems, and systems are group to make a whole
organism. Systems of the human body include: skeletal, muscular, circulatory, respiratory,
digestive, excretory, immune, nervous, endocrine, reproductive, and integumentary. All of these
systems must work together as a team to keep the body in balance and functioning properly.
Interrelationship of the Body Systems (Video)
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