Asked by: Felip Potokasked in category: General Last Updated: 10th February, 2020
How does the skeletal system interact with other systems?
Likewise, how does the skeletal system and the digestive system work together?
Your heart does not beat unless your brain and nervous system tell it to do so. Your skeletal system relies on the nutrients it gains from your digestive system to build strong, healthy bones. Your cardiovascular system works to circulate your blood while your respiratory system introduces oxygen into your body.
Furthermore, how do the skeletal and integumentary systems interact? The skeletal system is absolutely dependent on the integumentary system (the skin) for the calcium that keeps the bones hard and strong. It is activated elsewhere, and (among its other roles) it regulates the carrier system that absorbs calcium from ingested foods into the blood.
Keeping this in view, how does the skeletal system work with other systems to maintain homeostasis?
The skeletal system helps maintain homeostasis by producing new red blood cells as the old one dies off. It also helps maintain the level of calcium in the blood stream.
What are some other systems that work with the skeletal system?
- Muscular System: - The muscular system is connected with the skeletal system physically.
- Endocrine System: -The endocrine system has to do with hormones and is very important for the skeletal system.
- Integumentary System:
- Digestive System:
- Reproductive System:
- Respiratory System:
- Circulatory System:
- Urinary System: