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Human anatomy is the study of the systems of the body which is made up of cells, tissues, and organs. Human anatomy is important to study to help as it explains how organs and other structures of the body work. There are eight systems in the human body. Each system relies on the others to keep the body functioning.
The systems of the body includes are the circulatory, immune, skeletal, excretory, muscular, endocrine, digestive, nervous and respiratory systems. It is important to understand how human body systems work together.
In this topic guide you will find information and activities that will explain and assist you in understanding how each body system works and its the purpose of it.
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Learn about the circulatory system, nervous system, muscular system, digestive system, respiratory system, and skeletal system.
Discover how all parts of the body function together.
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