Systems of human body, Biology

Systems of Human Body

Many organs work in a coordinated'manner to form a system. For example in our-body the nose, the trachea and the lungs form the respiratory system. Table shows the various organs and the systems they form in humans.

                                                         Table: Showing the various systems of the human body.

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