A biological system is a group of organs working together to perform a common function. For example, the muscular system is involved with movement, the skeletal system provides protection and support, and the circulatory system delivers nutrients and waste to and from the cells of the body. Each system of the body is indeed knit together. They are integrated into and reliant upon other systems, and none can function independently. The interdependence of biological systems offers strong evidence for intelligent design due to their irreducible complexity. They function synergistically in such a way that the sum of their actions is greater than the addition of the separate, individual actions.
Related Journals of Biological Systems
Metabolomics:Open Access,Research & Reviews: Journal of Biology, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Biology and Medicine, Journal of Phylogenetics & Evolutionary Biology,Molecular Biology, Systems Biology, Biosystems, BMC Systems Biology, Molecular Systems Biology, Biosystems, Journal of Theoretical Biology