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  • Circulatory system: Blood circulations with heart and blood vessels.
  • Digestive system: Processing food with mouth, stomach and intestines.
  • Endocrine system: Communicating within the body using hormones.
  • Immune system: Defending against disease-causing agents.
  • Integumentary system: Skin, hair and nails.
  • Lymphatic system: Structures involved in the transfer of lymph between tissues and the blood stream.
  • Muscular system: Moving the body.
  • Nervous system: Collecting, transferring and processing information with brain and nerves.
  • Reproductive system: The sex organs.
  • Respiratory system: The organs used for breathing, the lungs.
  • Skeletal system: Structural support and protection through bones.
  • Urinary system: The kidneys and associated structures involved in the production and excretion of urine.

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