Free Body Diagrams

Learn more about the parts of human body using these hands-on free body diagrams in best quality! In these body diagrams, the parts of our body parts, cell, and tissues are explained in pictures. We’ll start by giving you the first body diagram below.

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Cells are the building blocks of a human life. Together they make tissues and a group of tissues makes an organ that performs a specific task. Each organ plays an important role in a body system. There are almost 78 organs in a human body which vary according to their sizes, functions or actions. The major organ in the body of human beings is the brain which is primarily responsible for performing all the functions and actions of the body. Other major organs of the body are given in the following list with names, diseases, location and functions. You can look at the cell and tissues of the human body in the following free body diagrams below.

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The brain is the master of all the actions and the organs of a human body. It is located in the head, usually close to the primary sensory organs for such senses as vision, hearing, balance, taste, and smell. The heart is another important organ of the human body which  acts like pump circulating blood in the body. Blood containing carbon dioxide is provided to lungs for the exchange of gases where as blood containing oxygen is supplied to the human body through veins. The lungs are two sponge-like, cone-shaped structures that fill most of the chest cavity. Their essential function is to provide oxygen from inhaled air to the bloodstream and to exhale carbon dioxide.

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All these pictures are printable and free to save. We also provide you with the unlabeled versions of the diagrams for quiz and evaluation process. Learn more about the other anatomy diagrams by browsing through our latest posts or looking it up on the search column!