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Senses 1. What are the 5 senses of the body?
ears,nose,mouth,eyes,hands.
2. What are the 5 sense organs?

touch,sight,smell,taste,hear

3. Pick 2 senses and explain how the sense organ detects that particular sense. 4. It must be explained in your own words and include at least 3 relevant diagrams.
we hear things when someone talks they send sound waves through the air then when it reaches your ear it trigars the ear trum then your mind procesess the sound.
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we smell things by breathing in air through our nose then you filter the air you breth then your brain figures out if you like it our not.


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4. It must be explained in your own words and include at least 3 relevant diagrams. Body Systems 1. Choose 3 of the following systems of the body
Digestive, Respiratory, Circulatory, Urinary, Skeletal, Muscular DIGESTIVESYSTEM The digestive system goes like this you place some food into your mouth then you chew it up with your teeth also the saliva helps it break down. When you swallow it , it travels down your esophagus and into your stomach then goes down into your small intestine and sits there for a couple of days then carrys on its journey into the large intestine and out your anus.
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MUSCULS
Your whole body is covered in musculs as you can see in the picture below and they all have a purpose they help you to move around witch you need to do to survive. Some peoples musculs
are bigger than other ndepending on how you use them.
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skeletal
skeletons also known as bones. Everyone should have bones because without them your life would be very hard and you would probably not live very long. everyone has got different bones some are big some ar small depending on your size. some people have got extra bones some have less.
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2. List the names of the different parts of the body involved in the system
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3. Explain in detail how each system works. include any diagrams, video clips or links to helpful websites

Heart :

The large intestine is the second to last part of the digestive system—the final stage of the alimentary canal is the anus —in vertebrate animals. Its function is to absorb water from the remaining indigestible food matter, and then to pass useless waste material from the body. This article is primarily about the human gut, though the information about its processes are directly applicable to most mammals.

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Liver :

The liver does things such as clean your blood by removing toxins such as medicine and alcohol, it produces a substance called bile (stored in the gall bladder just below the liver) which helps in breaking down lipids (fat) when we are digesting food, it helps with the clotting of blood at a wound and also helps keep the core temp of our body at a level of 27 degrees celsius

Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_liver_do#ixzz1wVUnKKui

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Large Intestine :

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4. Discuss what effects diet, smoking, or alcohol may have on the system
http://www.nutritionmd.org/makeover/index.html
Cigarette smoking harms the body by raising [[/articles/9152.php|cholesterol]] levels and blood pressure, as well as increasing the risk of [[/info/cancer-oncology/|cancer]] and [[/articles/157510.php|cataracts]]. Smoking destroys certain vitamins and creates the need for other specific nutrients.Smokers are 4 times more likely to have gray hair and increased [[/articles/70957.php|hair loss]].
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