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Humans only use 10% of their brain or less False!
The brain uses 20% of the energy we consume each day True!
Mental abilities are separated into discrete left and right “halves” False!
New neurons cannot be created False!
The brain makes up 2% of our body weight True!
The brain does not change after growth that occurs during adolescence False!
A nerve is a single cell False!
The brain uses 50% of the oxygen we breathe in False!
The longest cells in the human body are in the sciatic nerve True!
The human brain is firm and grey False!
What do you know about the brain?. How much does a normal adult brain weigh? A. 1.5 kilos B. 0.5 kilos C. 2.0 kilos D. 2.5 kilos.
Nervous System. Meet Your Nervous System You have about 150 billion brain cells Your brain is about 2% of your body’s weight, but it uses about 20% of.
Chapter 3 Growing and Changing. _____ send messages from all parts of your body to your brain. the brain stem motor nerves sensory nerves the.
By Zacharie. It protects, shapes and supports your body! It has 206 bones such as Patella, Femur, Cranium, Rib, Vertebral column, Mandible… When.
MARKO ALLAS 9A HUMAN BODY. RAUNO:WHY DO PEOPLE NEED AIR? To live Oxygen To get energy human metabolism requires oxygen.
NERVOUS SYSTEM. Functions: 1. Receives information about what is happening inside & outside of the body. 2. Directs the way your body responds to this.
Brain By: Rosemary & Renee. What Is A Brain? The brain is one of the most important organs in your entire body. It controls everything in the human body.
Nervous System Carries messages to and from the brain and spinal cord and all other parts of the body.
1. What do you eat to get energy? 2. What type of biological molecule has the longest lasting energy? 3. What type of biological molecule has the shortest.
Notes 4-1 Photosynthesis. Sources of Energy Nearly all living things obtain energy either directly or indirectly from the energy of sunlight captured.
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ULTIMATE TEST NERVOUS SYSTEM TRUE OR FALSE?. TRUE OR FALSE? 1. A newborn baby's brain grows almost 3 times during the course of its first year.
Cell Specialization/Differentiation. Specialized Cells/ Cell Differentiation Multicellular organisms contain a wide range of different cells. Every.
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Mitosis and Meiosis Sexual and Asexual Reproduction Biology Fall 2012.
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The Nervous System Intro Qs: pg Structures of the nervous system: 1.List the structures that make up the nervous system. 2.What is a nerve? 3.What.
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Photosynthesis & Respiration. Photosynthesis The process is a chemical reaction.
Nervous system. Nervous System The Nervous System works with other body systems to help organisms respond to stimuli. Stimuli are changes in the environment.
MARY ASGILL Brain Health. Brain Facts – Dimensions & Sizes Average dimensions of the adult brain: ◦ Width = 5.5 in, Length = 6.5 in, Height = 3.6 in.
Nervous Tissue. Properties of it A nervous cell can also be called a neuron. It is made up of the brain, spinal cord and nerves.
SC.912.L What are the major parts of the spinal cord?
The Human Brain. Basic Brain Structure Composed of 100 billion cells Makes up 2% of bodies weight Contains 15% of bodies blood supply Uses 20% of bodies.
85% of the brains weight is the cerebrum. The right side of the cerebrum thinks about music, colours and shapes. The left side of the cerebrum.
Photosynthesis, Respiration, Cell Division, & Cancer JEOPARDY.
The Nervous System Miss Charney Northville Central School Miss Charney Northville Central School.
What do you think?. Receives information about what is happening both inside and your body. It directs that way your body responds to information.
Warm-Up: True or False A shot of Vodka has the same amount of alcohol that a can of beer has. TRUE Most of the problems caused by alcohol are due to loss.
Brain-ology How well do you know your brain? Above all else, know thyself. -Socrates -Socrates.
What are the 5 categories of Drugs discussed in Lesson 1? Stimulants –Speed Up Brain Depressants –Slow Down Brain Inhalants –Damage Brain Cells, Slow Nerve.
Neuron- highly specialized cell that transmits electrical impulses Stephen M. Fowler.
Cellular Respiration. Review: Producers Producers use light energy from the sun to make chemical energy (glucose).
Right Brain Vs Left Brain What are the differences? How can they help you draw?
Human Biology Chapter 1. Bell Work 10/12/09 1.How do you think you did on the benchmark? 2.How did you study for the benchmark and how long did you study.
Body Systems II Science Jeopardy. Circulation Respiration Nervous System Grab Bag Today’s Categories.
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Learning Target #3: Compare the function, location and distinguishing characteristics of the 4 main types of tissue.
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Growth and development during Childhood. We can divide childhood into two parts: Early Childhood (2 years to 6 years) Later Childhood (6 years to.
DO NOW : List as many functions of the brain as you can. How do you think the brain coordinates all the different activities? Objectives: 1.Describe the.
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