Drag the organ system that best completes each statement into the appropriate space. digestive The between the environment and blood stream. system provides for gaseous exchange cardiovascular As part of the inhalation of other foreign matter. system, nose guard hairs reduce skeletal integumentary system provides rigidity to the thoracic cage The for respiratory mechanics. respiratory The thoracic pump of the respiratory system promotes increased venous return to the right side of the heart. reproductive system benefits from the thoracic pump by the The promotion of lymph return. urinary system Fecal elimination is promoted via use of the Valsalva maneuver, which is an example of and respiratory interaction. endocrine lymphatic

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Drag the organ system that best completes each statement into the appropriate space.
digestive
The
between the environment and blood stream.
system provides for gaseous exchange
cardiovascular
As part of the
inhalation of other foreign matter.
system, nose guard hairs reduce
skeletal
integumentary
system provides rigidity to the thoracic cage
The
for respiratory mechanics.
respiratory
The thoracic pump of the respiratory system promotes increased
venous return to the right side of the heart.
reproductive
system benefits from the thoracic pump by the
The
promotion of lymph return.
urinary system
Fecal elimination is promoted via use of the Valsalva maneuver,
which is an example of
and respiratory interaction.
endocrine
lymphatic
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Drag the organ system that best completes each statement into the appropriate space. digestive The between the environment and blood stream. system provides for gaseous exchange cardiovascular As part of the inhalation of other foreign matter. system, nose guard hairs reduce skeletal integumentary system provides rigidity to the thoracic cage The for respiratory mechanics. respiratory The thoracic pump of the respiratory system promotes increased venous return to the right side of the heart. reproductive system benefits from the thoracic pump by the The promotion of lymph return. urinary system Fecal elimination is promoted via use of the Valsalva maneuver, which is an example of and respiratory interaction. endocrine lymphatic

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