Organ Systems in Animals

State Council of Educational Research and Training, Tamil Nadu (2020) Organ Systems in Animals. [Teaching/Learning Resource]

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Living organisms are evolved from the simplest form to complex level of organization. Cells are the basic fundamental units of an organism. These are grouped to form tissues, the tissues into organs and the organs form the organ systems forming an entire organism. The different organs and organ systems of an organism function by depending on one another with harmonious coordination. When we ride a bicycle, our muscular system and skeletal system work together to move our arms for steering and legs for pedalling. Our nervous system directs our arms and legs to work. Simultaneously, respiratory, digestive and circulatory systems work to provide energy to the muscles. All the systems work together in coordination to maintain the body in a homeostatic condition of an organism.

Item Type: Teaching/Learning Resource
Program: A publication under Free Textbook Programme of Government of Tamil Nadu
Learning outcomes: After completing this lesson, student will be able to: � define the terms digestion, excretion and reproduction. � understand the various parts of the alimentary canal and the process of digestion. � understand the role of enzymes in the process of digestion. � know the organs involved in the process of excretion. � understand the role of skin in excretion. � understand the parts and functions of excretory system. � learn the functions of male and female human reproductive system.
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Uncontrolled Keywords: Zoology
Subjects: Science General
Curriculam Level: 4. Junior Secondary
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Date Deposited: 11 Apr 2021 08:49
Last Modified: 22 Apr 2021 00:50

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