Systems and Cells

Systems and Cells

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  • Oh boy another day at work.
  • Hello there Daniel today you have to write a presentation about the human cells and how much you've learned.
  • Hello there boss how are you doing today?
  • The nervous system controls how and when you react. It sends a reaction to your brain through the spinal cord and neurons. Your brain then sends these reactions to your body and then you react.
  • I've studied on different animal cells and plant cells. They have many forms and all have a purpose to be there
  • Very well Micheal
  • These cells are very important including the system that you see on the right. Like the nucleus that contains most of the cells and dna molecules 
  • The stomach intestines you see contain some of your smooth muscles which are involuntary. The muscle you see on the left is a part of your cardiac muscles which are voluntary and they also help you move. (Mrs. Tornberg unfortunately I couldn't find skeletal muscles at all). Skeletal muscles are attached to the tendons which help you stretch and pick up things.
  • That seems to be enough. I can see that you've been studying a lot.
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