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Transcript of Enigma mission
How does the brain work?
The brain enables us to be aware of things we are, to communicate, to learn, think, remember and have feelings. The brain is made up of billions of nerves cells and electrical impulse pass through the cells always. A human brain weight's a little less than one kilogram. The human brain is dived into two sides which is right and left, each half controls the opposite part of the body. The right controls movements and controls creative and artistic activity. The left side of the brain controls language, understanding science and maths.
Why cant we see in the dark?
What is the human body made of?
This how the
Did you know that?
Did you know.......
The heart beats 100,000 times in one day
The human body is made up of billions of cells, each one able to live and to reproduce it's own. In the human body there are many types of cells, each cell is different in shape, structure and size. the controls center of each cell is the nucleus. there is a jelly substances called cytoplasm surrounded the nucleus, and the whole cellular membrane, Cytoplasm protects the substances going in and out the nucleus. All living things are made up of cells. A cell is made up of chemicals and elements, such as nitrogen calcium and carbon, but mainly its made up of hydrogen and oxygen.
today we will be presenting our enigma mission on human body there will be ''did you know'' facts and 8 thick question that we have been wondering about and have answered them all
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There about 200 bones in the skeleton of an adult
BY: Panjalee and Dilara
Just as a camera can only capture images on film in the presence of light, so our eyes distinguish shapes and colours of things these are hit by a source of light. In the dark, our eyes can only recognize the outline of objects, but not colours. When there is only a little light, our eyes can see a little, because the puplis enlarge in
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Why are our skin different colours
some special cell in the skin contain
melanin. Melanin is a substances
which produces colors. Certain types of skin have a lot melanin is dark in color and those who have less melanin is light in colour. Dark skin color gives the best defence against the ray of sun. Lighter skin get burn easily. The palms of the hand and the soles of the feet are areas of the body which contain the least melanin. Freckles are tiny little areas of the body in which melanin gather.
What happens to the food we eat?
What does the blood do?
The blood transport and give oxygen and nutriments to all cells in the human body. The heart pumps the blood around the body though two circuits which is the artesries and the veins. Through the artivies the blood rich in oxygen taken from the lungs and the nutritve pieces absorbed through the walls of the intestine pumped around to all parts of the body
Why do we become ill?
When bacteria or a virus enters into the body through the air, food or a injury, this causes an infection and we become ill. Thanks to our immune system the body quickly proctes itself. The immune system is the organs and processes of the body that gives protection to infections and injuries. When the body is unable to protec itself properly, it needs help of medicine.
why do we feel pain
Our is important because it covers and proctcs our body. The skin is soft, flexiable and waterproof, and made up of many layers. The palm of the hand is very sensitive to touch. it is the skin that give us our sense of touch.
Did you know that.......
By the time you are 70 you will have easily drunk over 12,000 gallons of water.
The food which we take into our body will be broken into smaller particles, until they can be absorbed by the body cells. The journey beings in the mouth, where the food is chewed by the teeth and wet by the saliva. It is then swallowed into the throat and passes through the gullet and into the stomach, where it's broken into even small pieces. Then, as the pieces travel through the intestines, they become absorbed through the intestines, wall and taken into the blood.
Did you know that ........
cells are too small to bee seen by a magnificent glass
Did you know that.........
your body has enough iron in it to make a 3 inches nail nail.
Did you know that.....
People with blue eyes are more addicted to alcohol
Did you know that........
Your heartbeat changes and copy the music you listen to
A new born baby has 300-350 bones