Understanding Organ Systems Until How They Work

Suara.com – The human body consists of many organ systems. However, the organ system itself is actually made up of many organs which are a particular collection of tissues.

For example, the eye and nose organs have many parts and functions. Then the organs work together to form an organ system. Simply put, quoted from Teacher’s RoomAn organ system is a combination of several organs that work together with each other.

Without cooperation between organs, of course the organs in the body will not be connected properly. For example, the heart, which is supposed to pump blood, will not succeed in distributing blood throughout the body if it does not cooperate with the blood vessels.

Another example, the respiratory system formed by the cooperation between the organs of the nose, throat, larynx, pharynx, trachea, and lungs. In addition, the digestive organs such as the mouth, esophagus, intestines, and anus, work together to form the digestive system.

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So, if one of these organs is damaged, it is certain that the organ system in the body is not running smoothly. The other organ systems include the nervous system, excretory system, circulatory system, reproductive system, hormone system, skeletal system, and muscular system.

Organ systems are not only owned by humans. All higher-level living things that have organs in their bodies most likely have organ systems. As in plants that have leaves, stems, and roots. Just like humans, the organs in plants also work together with each other. Because photosynthesis requires leaves as ‘containers’, and stems that are used as ‘aisles’ to channel the products of photosynthesis.

That means, this process occurs because of the organ system. In fact, in plants, there are transport systems, protective systems, support systems, and various other systems.

In the level of organization of life, organ systems will eventually form organisms. Based on biology and ecology, organisms are the last level of organization of life in the form of a collection of molecules that influence each other so that they function in a stable and living nature.

There are six characteristics that mark an organism, namely:

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  1. Need food
  2. Breathe
  3. Move
  4. Grow
  5. Breed
  6. Be sensitive to stimuli

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