Human body systems, Humanities

Human Body Systems:It is the system of bones, related joints and cartilages of human body. Simultaneously these structures form the human skeleton. Skeleton can be explained as the hard framework of human body around that the entire body is built. Mostly all the hard parts of human body are parts of human skeletal system. Joints are very significant since they make the hard and rigid skeleton permit various types of movements at various locations. If the skeleton were without joints, no movement would have acquired place and the importance of human body; no more than a stone.

Skeletal system

Muscular System

Nervous System

Respiratory System

Cardiovascular System

Digestive System

Urinary System

Male Reproductive System

Female Reproductive System

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