Human Body – Organ System

When we look at an organization or any machine, or consider a vehicle that we use regularly, we can understand that all its parts and systems are constantly performing their duties well.

Also we look like a single entity in a human body, but to be like that many of our organs and systems work tirelessly.

We read all this in our science books.

The main purpose of this blog is an attempt to briefly understand how all of them work relentlessly together to perform our duties properly, in other words, to produce our descendants and survive our human race.

Organ system of human body and its working:

The organ systems in our body are classified as follows:

  1. Circulatory System.
  2. Digestive System.
  3. Endocrine System.
  4. Integumentary System.
  5. Lymphatic System.
  6. Muscular System.
  7. Nervous System.
  8. Reproductive System.
  9. Respiratory System.
  10. Skeletal System.
  11. Urinary System.

  • Organs are a group of tissues that performs a specific function.
  • The stomach, heart, lungs, kidneys, etc. are some examples.
  • The organ system ensures the proper functioning of the human body. The group of organs
  • performs together for a specific function. They all work in accordance with each other.
  • For example, the epithelial tissue in the stomach secrets juices that allow food to digest.

The wall of the stomach contains tissue that contracts, allowing food to mix with gastric juice. After that, this digestive concoction moves into the small intestine.

Nerve tissue is transmitting an impulse along the way that controls the contracting of the stomach.

The systematic functioning of the human body organs:

  • Heart is the main part of the Circulatory System.
  • Heart helps blood and chemicals move through the body.

  • Stomach and intestines are the main parts of the digestive system.
  • They supply nutrients to the body to function well.

  • Thyroid is the crucial organ.
  • It maintains the internal environmental conditions.

  • Skin and hair are the major parts.
  • They protect our body against pathogens and chemicals.
  • They also prevent excessive loss of water.

  • Spleen is the main organ.
  • It helps the immune, transport, and return of the fluids work well.

  • Cardiac Muscle, Skeletal Muscles are main in this group.
  • They cause or help in the movement of the body.

  • Brain and spinal cord are the major parts.
  • The main function is the processing of incoming stimuli and coordination of activity.

  • Testes, Ovaries are the major parts.
  • The main purpose is production of offspring.

  • Lungs are the main organs of this system.
  • Gas exchange is done by lungs.

  • Bones and ligaments are the major parts.
  • They support the body and stores the nutrients.

  • Bladder and Kidneys are the main organs.
  • Removal of waste products is the key function of this system.

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