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Diagram of Human Organs - We, human being, have some parts inside and outside of our body. Some parts of our body are called organs. These organs have some functions. Their functions are what allow us to live. It is because without them, our body is unable to work and thus we die. How important the organs of our body are can be seen through a human organ diagram. A human body diagram will show you your body organs and also each of the functions of those body organs. Each organ has its own function.
Middle part diagram of human organs and their function
In this article, we will only talk about body organs which are in the middle part of our body. There are some organs located in this part. The function is as essential as the function of other organs in other parts of the body. In the middle part of our body, there is an organ which is known as the center of our life. That organ is called heart. The location of this organ is in the central part of our chest. It is located between the two lungs.
So, what is the function of the center of human’s life? Heart’s function is to pump blood and travels it to the entire human body. Other organs such as lungs, kidney and liver are able to work because heart is working. If heart stops beating even for a second, our body will soon be dead. It is because the blood does not flow and it also stops other organs’ work. Thus, we die.
Heart works together with blood vessels. The result of that work is pumping blood and it also often called as “transportation system” in our body. The blood resulted from the pumping process then travels nutrients of food we eat, oxygen, cells to support our immune system and even waste product of our body.
Blood resulted from the circulatory process also carries cells which later travels to the spleen and also bone marrow. In conclusion, heart is truly the center of our life, and to see this we can only see the diagram of female and male organs because it shows how the other organs’ function depends on heart function.