yes, in a sort of a small way. The Nervous system helps control the muscles, the muscles help with the movement of organs wihtin the digestive system, such as the stomach, the stomach muscles are told by the nervous system to move, the stomach muscles are apart of the digestive system. in a way yes.
The Muscular, Digestive, and Integumentary system.
The rhythmic muscular contractions of the digestive system are called peristalsis.
inflater your liver which is part of your muscular system and does noyhing to your digestive system
The digestive system relies on the muscular system.
The digestive system works with the Urinary System and the Muscular System
The Skeletal system interacts with the muscular system The Skeletal system interacts with the muscular system
The muscular tube of the digestive system is known as gastrointestinal or GI. This is also referred to as the alimentary canal.
Smooth muscle pushes down food in the digestive system.
the muscular and cardiovascular system.
Digestive system breaks down food into nutrients that are carried by the circulatory system to the muscular system which provides the movement to consume more food supplied to the digestive system.
actually the skeletal system and nervous system work with the digestive system
i think endocrine
Interact with your system
Smooth muscle is what pushes food down the digestive system.
Other systems that work with the muscular system are the skeletal system. & the digestive system.
digestive system Muscular System,
The digestive system has smooth muscle through out it, and they help move the food.
The muscular system is needed in the digestive system because the food (or other objects entered through the mouth) needs to be pushed through the system somehow.
A muscular system is your hole body with bones that move if you diren't have a muscular system you will be like a taco not moving. The muscular system is the largest system out of the respiratory,digestive,circulatory,skeletal.and nervous system.
it has the same functions
they maintain homeostasis.