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L Give Up?ResourcesHintMatch the functions to the organ system with which each is associated.NervousUrinaryLymphaticIntegumentaryAnswer Bankinvolved in immune responseeliminates nitrogenous wasteinterprets external stimulimaintains water and electrolyte balanceprovides external barriercontains sweat and sebaceous glandsinitiates reflex responsesabsorbs excess interstitial fluid

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Match the functions to the organ system with which each is associated.
Nervous
Urinary
Lymphatic
Integumentary
Answer Bank
involved in immune response
eliminates nitrogenous waste
interprets external stimuli
maintains water and electrolyte balance
provides external barrier
contains sweat and sebaceous glands
initiates reflex responses
absorbs excess interstitial fluid
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L Give Up? Resources Hint Match the functions to the organ system with which each is associated. Nervous Urinary Lymphatic Integumentary Answer Bank involved in immune response eliminates nitrogenous waste interprets external stimuli maintains water and electrolyte balance provides external barrier contains sweat and sebaceous glands initiates reflex responses absorbs excess interstitial fluid

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An organ is formed of two or more tissues working to perform specific functions. An organ system consists of a group of organs that works  together in a biological system to perform one or more functions.

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The given organ systems and their associated f...

Organ system
Lymphatic system
Associated functions
Involved in immune response
Absorbs excess interstitial fluid
Interprets external stimuli
Initiates reflex responses
Contains sweat and sebaceous glands
Nervous system
Integumentary system
Provides external barrier
Urinary system
Maintains water and electrolyte balance
Eliminates nitrogenous waste
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Organ system Lymphatic system Associated functions Involved in immune response Absorbs excess interstitial fluid Interprets external stimuli Initiates reflex responses Contains sweat and sebaceous glands Nervous system Integumentary system Provides external barrier Urinary system Maintains water and electrolyte balance Eliminates nitrogenous waste

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