Organs of the Body: An Overview

There are about 78 organs of the body that varies depending on its function and size. An organ is collection of more than millions of cells that work together in-group to perform certain functions in human body. The cells in human body are highly specialized in order to do actions in specific time. Among those 78 organs, the skin is the largest organ based on its size and weight. On the other side, the major organ of the body is the brain because it is primarily responsible to control all the action and another organ function.

The major list of organs of the human body include adrenal glance, bladder, eyes, heart, large intestine, lungs, nose, pituitary gland, salivary glands, small intestine, stomach, thyroid, anus, bones, ears, gall bladder, hypothalamus, larynx, lumph nodes, pancreas, prostate, skeletal muscles, spinal cord, thymus gland, ureters, appendix, brain, esophagus, genitals, kidneys, liver, mouth, parathyroid glands, rectum, spleen, trachea, urethra and so on.

Skin among Other Major Organs of the Body

The human body diagram are used to simplify the study of the human organ either its function or structure. The largest organ of the body is the skin; its main function is maintaining human body’s temperature. For example, the sweat is produced to cool the body, and raised hair or known as goose bumps occur to trap the heat in the body. Along with the sweat glands, oil glands located on the skin thus the skin able to release the oil. The oil on the skin releases to keep your skin from drying out; it also helps the hair not to brittle. The skin also regularly regenerates new cells to maintain its effectiveness. Based on the scientific study, there are more than 19 million skin cells for every square inch of the human skin.

##All Images for education purposes only and all property of their respective owners##
error: Content is protected !!