The nervous and endocrine systems are what control most of the body.
The nervous system includes the brain, spinal, cord and nerves.
The mouth helps out the digestive system with chewing and the nose aids the nervous system with smelling.
The respiratory system helps out the immune system by filtering out bacteria and sending those that get in into the stomach.
formal ontology: a top-level domain-independent theory involving the use of concepts such as: object, process, identity, part, location; 2.
domain ontology: a top-level theory applying the structure of a formal ontology to the medical domain, involving concepts such as: body, disease, therapy, organ, tissue, cell; 3.
They work together to aid the body in performing its numerous functions and giving it commands.
The respiratory and endocrine system works with all the system by controlling their actions and how they perform their tasks.
terminology-based ontology: a very large lower-level system, based on medical terminologies such as UMLS, and involving specific concepts such as: inflammatory change in the gastric mucosa.
The Institute for Formal Ontology and Medical Information Science in Leipzig is constructing a reference ontology for the domain of biomedicine .