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What Are The Function Of The Heart, Liver, Lungs, Pancreas, Brain, Small Intestine And Large Intestine In Our Body?

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Sadia Batool answered
Each of these organs has a different purpose, but they're all very important! 

The Heart 
The heart is the pumping organ which is accountable for transportation of blood after its proper oxygenation from lungs. It is responsible for our life functions to high extent.
The Liver
The liver is the largest internal gland and organ. It is responsible for killing the extra and fatal stuff present in our blood.
 Blood moves through it for proper and full and final cleansing. It is also accountable for controlling blood level in body. It is concerned with food and blood. 
The Lungs
Our lungs are responsible for breathing and respiration, and are accountable for inhalation of oxygen and exhalation of carbon dioxide.
They contain alveoli, which are responsible for taking carbon dioxide from blood and giving oxygen to the blood. Its rinses off the blood very nicely. 
The Pancreas
The pancreas is an internal gland. It controls sugar level in body by the help of glucose control, and plays a vital role in control of diabetes and other glucose-related conditions.
The Small Intestine
The small intestine is accountable for final digestion of food. It sends digested food to all parts of the body. It also sends undigested food to large intestine.
The Large Intestine
The large intestine is responsible for final digestion and removal of undigested food stuff from small intestines in the end.
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Amit Singh answered
The Heart
In the human body, the heart is a pear-shaped organ that is essential for pumping blood via blood vessels, done by repeated contractions and relaxations.

The Liver


The liver is a muscular organ which is present vertebrates. It plays a very important role related to metabolism and has numerous functions. Its function includes storage of glycogen, drug detoxification, plasma protein synthesis and reaction of biochemical. 
The Pancreas   
The pancreas is made up of two parts: the endocrine and exocrine pancreas. The endocrine pancreas produces the hormones that regulate the blood's glucose level. The exocrine pancreas helps produce enzymes that helps us digest food. It also takes care of lower blood sugar.

The Lungs
Lungs are essential for respiration. Their main function is to provide oxygen to the blood vessels from air, and release carbon dioxide from the blood to the air. The lungs also have non-respiratory functions. 

The Large and Small Intestines
The proteins that turn into amino acids by the digestive system of stomach also can be seen in small intestine. Most chemical digestion takes place in the small intestine. The large intestine absorbs the left-out matter which is indigestible, and then stores the waste to later excrete it.

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