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Human Body

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William Hoos

on 12 June 2016

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Transcript of Human Body

Human Body
The Body
The body is made of many different parts
Joints are a place where 2 bones come together
Tissue that can contract, producing bone movement.
Skin is the largest organ in the human body.
The Skull protects the brain.
Your ribs protect your lungs and heart.
The femur is the largest bone in your body
There are 206 bones in the adult human
Hinge Joint
Ball-and-socket Joint
Gliding Joint
Moves like a door.

Knee (shown)
A place where 2 bones meet, allowing movement in one direction
Allows movement in two direction, in addition to rotation.
Hips (shown)
A place where 2 bones, allowing limited movement in 2 directions.
Ankles, wrists, spine (shown)
Tissue that connects bone to bone (think LIG-A-MENT...bone to bone). Ligaments often guide direction of tendons, especially in the wrist and hand.
Rope-like tissue that connects muscle to bone (think about the paperclip model)

The purpose of your skin is to cover and protect everything inside your body, keep your body the right temperature and allow us to have the sense of touch.
An organ is a part of the body that does a special job (like your heart, brain and lungs)
What you see are dead skin cells
New cells are made at the bottom of the epidermis
Tough and strong
Can't see this layer
Cools (sweat) and warms (goosebumps) or body
Sense of touch (works with brain)
Did you know?
Babies have more bones than adults because their bones haven't completely fused together yet.
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