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What are the major systems of a car?
Mechanical: Engine/Motor, Axle Housing and Axles, Differential, Transmission, Chassis, Body, Seats, Steering, Suspension, Tires/Wheels, etc ...... Electrical: Wiring, Fusing, Lights, Relays, Sensors, Battery, Alternator, etc ........ Fuel: Fuel Pump(s), Hard Lines, Hoses, Fittings, Fuel Rail, Fuel Injectors, Pressure Regulator(s), etc..... Air: Intake Manifold, Plenum, Thottle Body, Air Filter, Air Ducting, etc...... Spark: Ignition Coils, Spark Plugs, Spark Plug Wires Computer Control: Monitors Engine Crankshaft Speed, O2 Sensor output, Intake air temperature and varies the spark duration and timing, as well as the fuel injector pulse width and timing to insure the engine runs optimally. The computer also monitors other sensors and will notify the driver of any discrepancies that are detected during operation. TommyTrouble (Infinitum@cox.net)
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The 12 major body systems are the Skeletal, Digestive, Respiratory, Circulatory, Muscular, Urinary, Reproductive, Endocrine, Nervous, Immune, Lymphatic, and Integumentary syst…ems. They all work tgether to help you live. GUess what? If you remove any system you`d die, except for your Reproductive system! That has been one of the tools to keep us alive. Not removing the system, though.
Well, there is more than one system. But if you want to know some, I`ll tell you. 1. Your Nervous System it has the brain, spinal cord, and all the nerves that send messages …to your brain about everything, ex: what your touching, seeing, hearing, digesting food, your heart beat, and even breathing. 2. Your Circulatory System has the heart, artertys and veins, which carry blood to and from your heart. It also receives oxygen from your lungs and transports it throught the body. 3. Your Skeletalmuscular System consists of the bones and muscles. The bones protect important parts of your body such as The spinal cord, which sends messages to your brain, your skull, which protects the brain and everything in it. The Jaw bone is the only bone in you skull that can move. 4. Your Digestive System consists of your esophagus, your stomach, your small and large intestines. The digestive system starts when chewing on your food. You swallow and muscles squeeze the food down the esophagus. This squeezing is called peristalis. Once down the esophagus, it enters the stomach and mixes with a liquid to create a new liquid called Chyme. The Chyme then enters the small intestine to be broken down even further. The solid food then enters the large intestine and then is changed into a substance called Feces. 5. Your Exetory System consists of your kidneys, your ureters, the bladder and the uretha. In this system, water collects waist and enters the kidneys. At the kidneys, it goes down a long tube called ureters, which lead into the bladder. 6. The Skin System consists of two layers of skin, the epidermis and the dermis. The epidermis is the outside layer of the skin that you can see. But what you a really seeing is dead skin cells. At the bottom of the epidermis, you are always making new skin cells no matter what. Once the skin cells are done, the make there way to the top of the epidermis. The dead skin cells flake off and are left with the new cells. I hope that will help you! If you need anything else, my username is: Samantha8833
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Three Types of Muscles The muscles in a body fall into three main categories: skeletal, smooth and cardiac. Skeletal Muscles There are over 650 skeletal mus…cles in the human body. There is some dissent among medical professionals about the total number of muscles in the body. They are constantly being discovered and many cannot agree on the number. But these skeletal muscles are attached to the skeletal system and make it possible for the body to move; they are called voluntary muscles because of one's ability to use them or not. They are made up of tissue fibers and look striated (striped or lined) because thread-like protein called filaments are within the muscle cells. Smooth Muscles Smooth muscles are involuntary, they do what they do without action or any conscious thought. These muscles are in the stomach lining the walls and in the intestines, They are in the veins and arteries and in many hollow organs. These muscles help with the digestive process in the stomach and are controlled by the nervous system in the body. These muscles do not have filaments in them and therefore have no striations. Cardiac Muscles Cardiac muscles are found only in the heart. They are like smooth muscle in that they are controlled by the body's nervous system. These muscles form the myocardium, which are the thick muscles forming the walls of the heart. These muscles are strong, ropey and twisted together inside the heart to pump the blood through the body. Muscles at Work Muscles cannot push, they are only able to pull. Why? Because two muscles need to team up to produce a movement. When one muscle contracts, the other flexes. This is how the muscles are arranged in the body, so that flexing and contraction can make up all our movements. Even with a body at rest, muscles are still contracting and flexing. At the very core of it all, the brain and nervous system are in charge of the muscular system.
Systems are groups of bodily organs acting together to perform one or more functions. The human body is composed of 10 major systems.
.Digestive .Circulatory .Endoorine .Intequmentary .Muscular .Nervous .Reproductive .Respiratory .Skeletal .Urinary/Excretory…
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To bring oxygen and remove CO2 and other wastes.
Control is the nervous major system of the body.
It is also known as the second ballot system, This system of voting where by a candidate must score more than half of the total vote cast before he/she can be declared the win…ner.
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lymph nodes,white blood cells(if they count as an organ)kidneys and liver and anything that picks up the infection so the brain should count
goals, inputs, processes, outputs, feedback
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The main organ of the circulatory system is the heart. Some consider the blood an organ as well, since it is basically liquid tissue. The third and final component of the …circulatory system is the blood vessels - veins and arteries - that carry the blood throughout the body.