The muscular system contributes to maintaining homeostasis by working with other body systems to regulate body temperature and dilate or constrict blood vessels close to the skin's surface, according to OpenCurriculum. T... More »

The immune system maintains homeostasis by preventing pathogens from disrupting the body's normal functioning. It achieves this in various ways, including adaptive immunity when the body encounters a new pathogen, innate... More »

The urinary system sustains homeostasis by eliminating wastes from the body, regulating blood acidity levels and controlling the levels of metabolites and electrolytes in the blood, such as sodium, potassium and calcium.... More »

The muscular system has many functions including supporting the movement of the body by controlling walking, sitting, standing, talking and eating. It also maintains the body’s stability and posture. Additionally, the sy... More »

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The two major functions of the muscular system are the ability to make the body move and the posture of the body. The muscles enable the arms, legs and other parts of the body to move while keeping the body in an upright... More »

The muscular system supports body movement, maintains posture, and circulates blood through the body. According to Live Science, the system consists of 650 skeletal, smooth and cardiac muscles. More »

The muscular system is responsible for the movement of the human body, circulation of blood throughout the body and maintaining posture. Together with the skeletal system, the muscular system forms the musculoskeletal sy... More »