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ABC’S body. By Brenna Maloy And Madison Montoya. A is for axon. The stick like figure that comes off the cell body of a neuron(nerve). B is for brain. Part of the central nervous system. It is your body control center. C is for Circulatory System. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • By Brenna MaloyAnd Madison Montoya

  • The stick like figure that comes off the cell body of a neuron(nerve).

  • Part of the central nervous system. It is your body control center.

  • system controls the process of circulating blood around the human body. The basic parts are the heart, blood and blood vessels.

  • This system controls digesting your food you eat and turning it into energy. The main parts are, the mouth, the esophagus, and the stomach.

  • The epiglottis is a valve like structure. When you swallow it prevents food and drink from going into the larynx.

  • This bone is located in the upper human leg. It is the longest and strongest bone in the human body.

  • An oil Gland produces oil to the human body to keep our skin moist and flexible.

  • heart is an organ that consists of four chambers; the right and left atrium and right and left ventricle. It is part of the circulatory system. Pumps blood around your body.

  • intestines are tube like structures where either digested food or undigested food goes to be transformed into either nutrients or waste products.

  • If you stepped on a pin tack you would jump out of the way or jolt. That is because of a reflex. A reflex is from an impulsive skipping the regular path of the brain and going strait to the spinal cord. They keep us safe!

  • Keratin is found in the epidermis also found in hair and nails. It is the main ingredient in these structures.

  • lungs are part of the respiratory system. The exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide takes place here.

  • helps catch germs from going into our body. Sometimes when we are sick, extra mucus is produced.

  • is part of the nervous system. It consists of an axon, dendrites, cell body, nucleus, and fatty covering. Impulsives travel through the synapse.

  • Our body is made up of many organs. Including the heart and lungs. We need organs to live.

  • The pharynx is the that connects the mouth and nasal passages with the esophagus.

  • You quiver when are scared. Quivering is a reflex action.

  • The right atrium is the right upper chamber of the heart. It receives blood from the venae cavae.

  • A sweat gland is a gland in your skin that produce sweat. Sweat is a way for your body not to over heat.

  • The trachea is a part of the respiratory system. It is the wind pipe. Takes air to lungs.

  • The urinary system includes the bladder, the kidneys, the urethra, and the ureters.

  • The veins are one of the three types of blood vessels. They are the medium sized ones. Blood travels through them.

  • The white blood cell are the blood cells that kill bacteria in the human body. The red blood cells carry oxygen.

  • Without oxygen we would die. Oxygen is a element that is colorless and odorless. is an oxygen atom.

  • You yawn when you need more oxygen in the blood and you need to get more carbon dioxide out.

  • You can get dizzy when not enough blood is flowing through your brain. Also if you have a sudden drop in blood pressure.

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