Diagram of Organs

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Cell is the basic structural and functional unit of life. Cells are organized to form tissues having same origin,
structure and function. The different types of tissues are associated to form an organized structure called an
organ. An organ performs a specific function.

The different organs in the human body are

Mouth: Opening through which food is taken in.

Teeth: helps in crushing the food

Ears: Helps to hear

Eyes: Help us to see

Brain : It  is the main control center of the body and  receives information from the various sense organs. The
different areas inthebrain analyzesthe information then sends messages to the body that controls its
functions and actions.

Nose: For Taking in air for respiration

Lungs: For exchange of gases

Heart: Pumps blood to different parts of the body rich in oxygen and collect the deoxygenated blood from
different body parts

Stomach: Helps in digestion with the help of various enzymes and gastric juices present in it.

Liver: Secretes bile for the emulsification of fat.

Gall Bladder: Stores excess bile

Pancreas: Secretes pancreatic juice for the digestion of food, also lowers the blood sugar level by secreting
insulin.

Kidney: Helps in the removal of waste materials in the form of urine

Urinary Bladder: temporarily stores the urine

Small Intestine; Absorbs the digested food

Large Intestine: Absorbs water and useful substances left behind from the undigested food

Bones: Protect the internal organ, gets connected to the muscles and helps in locomotion.


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