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Skeletal System

Image Source: Anatomy of the Human Body Diagrams

  • Skeletal System
    This information will help you find out how the skeletal system supports, protects and maintains our bodies.
  • The Skeleton
    Learn about the skeleton and why we need it. Requires Flash - iPad incompatible.

Digestive System

  • The Digestive System
    The job of your Digestive System is to break down the food that you eat to useful molecules. Requires Flash - iPad incompatible.

How the Body Works

The Human Body - on shelf at 612/HUM
  • All Systems Go
    Interactive activitywhere Arnold is missing organs from four major body systems. It’s your job to put them back. Requires Flash - iPad incompatible.
  • The Human Body
    Interactives and features of the Human Body
  • Body Systems
    Body Systems Libguide - how body systems are connected.
  • InnerBody
    Human Anatomy Systems
  • How the Body Works
    Information plus quizzes, activities, articles, movies, word finds.
  • Main Body Systems
    What is a System? A system is a group of organs that work together and provide an organism with an advantage for survival.

Respiratory System

Breathing - on the shelf at 612.2/JOH

Nervous System

                    
The Brain and Nervous System - on the shelf at 612.8/SPI

Circulatory System

               
How My Body Works: The Heart -  on the shelf at 612.1/BAR
 

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