Reflect & Synthesize:
Answer the following questions in your blog post. Remember to have at least one follow-up sentence for each question, when possible.
Introduction To Human Body Research Paper:
Did you know that our bodies create about a gallon of mucus in just two days! I do. In fact, I know a lot of other interesting facts about the human body, and YOU WILL TOO if you read my paper. In my document below you will find six different essays about the human body. These six essays focus on the muscular, skeletal, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, and nervous system. All of these systems work together to help our body operate our body. The six systems have some unique features that help to keep us alive. However, each system can not work alone - they need each other to be correctly working. For example, the nutrients that get gathered by the digestive system go into the bloodstream(circulatory) to go around the whole body. Over the past 12 weeks we have gathered information, organized our information and thoughts, and paraphrased what trusted websites taught us about each system. We worked with responsibility partners and our papers differently got better after we got there input. Just like each system needs to work together with other, we do the same. The following is the result of our hard work…... Skeletal System:
Our skeletal system is made up of 206 bones. These bones work together to provide our body with support so that we can stand, help us to move so we can walk around, and protect our vital organs like our heart and our brain! Our bones even make and store blood cells for our circulatory system!Without our bones,we would be nothing more than a pile of skin, organs,and muscles on the floor. We would not be able to move our organs would not be safe!
Our bones are made up of many layers. These layers are important because we need our bones to be strong, yet lightweight. In order to achieve this goal, the outside layer of bone is made up of solid, compact bone that makes our bones strong and dense. The next layer of bone is called cancellous (a.k.a spongy bone). This layer allows our bones to be lightweight and transitions us from compact bone into bone marrow. Bone marrow is a thick and spongy section in the middle of a bone where red and white blood cells are formed. Finally, our bones are all covered in a thin membrane called periosteum which is where our muscles attach to bones. So that is how bones are structured in order to keep our bodies strong, yet lightweight.
Although bones are extremely important, we would not be able to move with out joints! Joints are places where two or more bones meet. There are several types of joints in our bodies, but......
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The trip to mars will take 2 and a 1/2 years including 18 months
NASA want the people that live in the space craft to use all of there fuel from the top half of the space craft (which is in earths orbit) and go to mars. Then when they would send a rocket ship that has in fuel in it to go pick them up and while the rocket ship picks up all of that fuel the astronauts are looking at mars and the different types of things on it.
Solar flares could be a risk because they last for weeks days or months