Introduction to Human Body

After completing this lesson, student must be able to:

  • Explain the types of glandular system.
  • Define the human reproductive system.
  • Define the respiratory system and circulatory system.
  • Describe the urinary system and its organs.
  • Explain the nervous system and its parts.

Notes

Respiratory System and Circulatory System

Respiration is the process of release of energy from the food we take. It is the breakdown of absorbed food with the help of oxygen. This note has information about respiratory and circulatory system of human body.

Glandular System

Glands are very important parts of our body. They are made up of special types of secretive cells. This note provides an information about the glandular system of our body.

Reproductive System

The reproductive process is a natural and biological phenomenon. The means and measures adopted for safe, protective and healthy reproductive are mentioned as sex and reproductive rights. This note provides an information about male and female reproductive system.

Urinary System

Various types of waste materials are produced in our body continuously. Various body organs like lungs, kidneys, large intestine, skin, etc. are involved in the excretion of such undesirable materials. This note provides an information about the urinary system of our body.

Nervous System

The nervous system is a very complex system when compared with other systems. The nervous system is divided into 3 main parts. They are Central Nervous system, Peripheral Nervous system, and Autonomic Nervous system. This note provides an information about the nervous system of our body.