The primary organ of metabolism in the body is the liver. The liver is responsible for controlling cholesterol metabolism and is the largest internal organ in humans.
Yes - it is the largest organ in the human body.
No there is not a skin system in the human body.
Skin is actually the largest organ. It covers your whole body, and no other organ is bigger than that.
body parts outside your body for example your skin is an external organ which is considered part of the body
Your Skin. Yes...it is considered an Organ.
Body is not divided into muscles and bones. There are many other types of tissue in the body. Liver is an organ. It is placed in the abdomen. It is the site for many metabolic activities in the body. In short, it is industry in the body.
No it is a part of the optic nerve.
Humans are considered to be complex organisms as the numerous organ systems present in it work simultaneously and help the human body work. The complexity of the body lies in the simultaneous working of the organ systems.
I would say the thyroid, as it produces thyroxine (T4 which is converted to T3 in the periphery of your body). This "organ" is really a gland located on the anterior surface of your trachea - right above your supraclavicular notch. Thyroixin controls your metabolic rate. Source: med school. I made it simple as I could.
basal metabolic rate. Its not basal metabolic rate because The basal metabolic rate (BMR) is the energy the body needs to perform only its most essential activities such as breathing and maintaining resting levels of organ function. Total Metabolic Rate because The total metabolic rate (TMR) is the rate of kilocalorie consumption needed to fuel all ongoing activities (involuntary and voluntary).