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Final Story Project. Mar
Updated: 10/11/2019
Final Story Project. Mar
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  • Scene 1: Introduction
  • Max: Hello there, My name is Maximus Bradley. I'm a very busy man and right now I have to get ready for work.
  • Scene 2: Running late for work
  • I didn't realize I was running late!!
  • Scene 3: Into the Body
  • Narrator: Maximus gets ready for work in a hurry. He isn't aware of how his body is functioning and how many steps are required to function.
  • Scene 4: Intro to the Cell
  • Narrator: Let's take a deeper dive into how the body functions. Specifically the nervous system.
  • Scene 5: Neuron Cells in depth
  • Narrator: If we dive deep enough. There are cells called Neuron Cells. Their millions of Neuron Cells, all receiving messages from the brain and sending out those messages through the entire body.
  • Scene 6: Cell Main Conpoinents
  • Nucleus
  • Axon
  • Narrator: These two cells are the most popular and the ones with the busiest cells. There are over a billion of them through the entire body.
  • I'm Gus, I'll be the Glial Cells
  • I'm Nick, I'll be the Neuron Cells
  • Narrator: Let's see what Nick has to say about his function.Nick: This cell is very easy to understand but you do need to learn the functions of it.
  • Nick: There are five major functions within the Neuron cell. Dendrites that receive the messages from the brain and other Neuron Cells. Myelin Sheaths are coats containing the axon and preventing it from losing its form. Axons push out the messages towards the Axon Terminal.
  • Dendrites
  • Myelin sheath
  • Axon Terminal
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