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Captain Medulla

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Madi Braman

on 9 December 2015

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Transcript of Captain Medulla

Captain Medulla
Superpower: Can hold his breath for long periods of time
Weakness: Longer periods of holding breath slows down heartbeat.

Professor Pons
Superpower: Can change faces, he is the master of disguise.

The Occipital Knight
Superpower: super vision,able to see through walls.
Weakness: cement walls.
Amy G. Dala
Superpower: Influences other's emotions.
Weakness: Has uncontrolable anger when she sees pickles.
Lady Left and Lord Right
Supervillians
Superpower: (LL) Chemist who blows up cities by touching the ground. (LR) Can imagine anything and have it become reality, such as monsters.
Weakness: Cannot be apart from each other, otherwise their powers don't work
WonderNick
Superpower: Can instantly understand any language
Weakness: Can only speak Italian
Dynamic PIT
Superpower: Can grow and shrink at will.
Weakness: Unable to change height during rain.
Dr. Thalamus
Superpower: Can send messages to people with his mind
Weakness: Can't send messages if the person is wearing a hat.

Mister Motor
Superpower: Can move and run extremely fast.
Weakness: Powers are inhibited by grass
Medulla:
The base of the brainstem. controls vital functions such as heartbeat, breahing, and blood pressure.
Occipital lobe:
Located at the back of the brain. intercepts messages from our eyes in the visual cortex.
pons:
located just above the medulla. connects the hindbrain with the mid brain and forebrain. involved in facial expressions.
Amygdala:
two almond shaped neural clusters
that are linked to emotion.
Left Hemisphere:
Linear thinking mode. right hand control. controls writing, language, scientific skills, mathematics, lists, and logic.
Right hemisphere:
holistic thinking mode. left hand control. controls emotional expression, spatial awareness, music, creativity, imagination, dimension, and gesalt.
Wernicke's area:
interprets written and verbal speech.
pituitary gland:
regulates growth, controls thyroid, ovaries, or testes, pancreas, and adrenal cortex; regulates
water and salt metabolism.
motor cortex:
controls voluntary movements
thalamus:
messages are sent and received in the
thalamus from the spine to the brain and
vice versa.
(specifically emotions linked to the fight or flight responses.)
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