S: ALPHABET BOOK Human Body
BC: My name is Colt Smith and I'm in 7th grade at Hewiitt Trussville Middle School. I chose this topic because it was interesting. This has been a fun project working with Isaac. I enjoyed it throughly. My name is Isaac Hall just like Colt I go to Hewwit Trussville Middle School. I choose this topic because I thought it would be fun and challenging.
FC: Human Body
1: By Isaac and Colt
2: This book is dedicated to Mrs McGuyer our computer teacher who helped us every step of the way, and the kids in first grade who are receiving this book.
4: is for Arm | The arm is the upper limb. It is used for anything and everything. it is attached to the shoulder. There are two arms. it consists of three large bones
5: is for Bicep | Its located on the upper limb.he term biceps brachia is the Latin term for two headed muscle. This muscle works across three joints. Its main function is to flex the elbow. It helps you complete important tasks.
6: is for Chest | Upper part of the body it is between the neck and chest. It contains the heart and lungs. Many is decease’s can occur in the chest. It’s enclosed by the ribs and breast bone. Another word for chest is sternum.
7: is for Deltoid | A thick triangular muscle covering the shoulder joint. It’s used to raise the elbow from the side. It flexes and rotates the arm and shoulder. The muscle is made up of three distinct fibers. It weighs about 191.9 grams.
8: is for Elbow | It allows the hand to be moved to and from the body. The elbow is a joint not a bone. It is made of three different bones: ulna, radius, humorous. It provides for rotation in the lower arm. These muscles allow the elbow to act like a hinge.
9: is for Fingers | Fingers make it possible to touch things and feel. Fingers are also called digits or phalanges. Fingers can also be used for sign language because we can move each one independently. Finger nails are made of a tough protein called keratin. This protein is also in animal hooves and Horns.
10: is for Gums | Two areas of pink flesh that cover the mouth and repair teeth. It also builds a barrier. sometimes our gums bleed this is a sign of a gum infection. you know your gums are healthy if they are pink, not red.
11: is for Heart | Its the most important organ in the body. composed of muscle which pumps blood throughout the body beating about 72 times in a minute. The Heart pumps blood everywhere. The heart is a little larger than a fist. During this cycle the heart will actually rest for four tenths of a second..
12: is for Intestines | .The intestines are a long, continuous tube running from the stomach to the rectum. The small intestine is 20 feet long and 1 inch wide in diameter. Its called small bowel. The large intestine is 5 feet long and 3 inches wide. Most absorption of nutrients and water happen in the intestines
13: is for Jaw | The lower part of your face that moves when you open and close your mouth.It is also referred to as the mandible. It is the largest and strongest bone in the body. It also holds the bottom row of teeth. It consists of four bones.
14: IS FOR KNEE | It used to be called hinge joint. It is very complicated. Joins the thigh to the lower leg. It is the largest joint in your buddy. It allows you to stretch and flex it. Without it you wouldn't be walking very good.
15: Know you know body parts from a-k!
16: is for Lungs | The lungs are a pair of spongy, air-filled organs located on either side of the chest. There are a lot of diseases that can occur in the lungs. The lungs purify the air you breath in. A tissue called pleura allows the lungs to get bigger and smaller with each breath. The lungs take up most of the space in your chest.
17: is for Muscles | Muscles make you be able to move any bit. Attached to the skeletal system are about 700 muscles that are named that are only half of someones weight. Muscle tissue is found in the heart as well. In this organ muscles serve to move substances through the body.
18: is for Nose | The nose has two holes in it called Nostrils .Your nose is made up of cartilage its almost like skin but firmer. You are nose leads to the back of your throat. Your nose is used for smelling. The nose also has a few bones in it
19: is for Organ | The heart is the most important organ. There’ about 78 organs in your body. Skin is the largest organ on your body. Liver is the second largest organ. The Brain is the 3rd biggest organ.
20: is for Pelvis | is for Quadricep | Its Latin for 4 headed monster. Other names are quads or thighs. Their main function or use is to straighten the knee joint from a bent position. The Rectus Femoris is the largest muscle in the quad and the muscle that gets injured the most. The biggest muscle in the quad helps you flex thigh. | The pelvis is also referred to as the hip bone. It is made up of three bones the ilium, ischium and pubis. There are a lot of ligaments to hold together this big bone. There are also many arteries and nerves in the pelvis. Many bones are connected to the hip bone because its in the middle of the body.
21: is for Ribs | The ribs protect your chest and the heart. The are 12 pairs of ribs in a human but some people have more or less. The first seven ribs are connected to the sternum. The ribs are curved to protect the chest and all of its contents. The last two ribs are called floating ribs because they are not attached.
22: is for Skull | The human face includes 14 facial bones. A skull is shaped very odd and complex. The frontal bone is located on the top of the face. The facial bones build structure for the skull. There are 28 bones in the skull.
23: is for Tongue | The tongue is for tasting the food you eat. it is covered in thousands of taste buds. The tongue is vital for eating, swallowing, and talking. It is anchored to the mouth by rough tissue. The four common tastes are sweet, salty, bitter, and sour. There is no such thing as a taste map.
24: is for Ulva | ts the little thing of tissue that hangs out the middle of the back of your mouth. Its attached to the back root of the mouth. Some people call the uvula a punching bag. It blocks foods and liquids that you swallow from going up to your nasal cavity. It also helps us talk
25: is for Veins | is for Wrist | Allows you to twist your hands. It had 8 bones and 4 joints. The 8 bones are called carpal bones. The wrist is often called a carpus. The carpal bones are arranged in two rows of four bones each. This is an important body part. | They are similar to arteries in many ways because they transport blood at a lower pressure, but they're not as strong. Its a blood vessel that transports blood. A vein can range from 1 mm. to 1.5 cm. They transport blood to the most important organs like the heart. The smallest veins are called venules.
26: is for Xiphoid | The xiphoid process is the process of a piece of cartilage hardening into a bone in the middle of someone's life. When it becomes a bone it fuses together with the sternum. It also fuses with the shoulder blades. This usually happens around middle age
27: is for Zygotic bone | is for Yellow Marrow | .Yellow bone marrow is the marrow located in the cavity of long bones that is mainly for fat cell storage. When you are born all your marrow is red. It is the soft, spongy tissue found in the spaces between the interior of bones. It stores fat that the body comsumes. New blood cells are produced there | The zygotic bone is where the cheek is. Its a small bone on each side of the skull. Its what makes the shape of the cheek. Its sometimes called malar bones. It helps form the structure of the face.
28: arm http://www.carmenlu.com/first/vocabulary/health1/body1_1/body1_1.htm bicep http://www.build-some-muscle.com/bicep-exercises.htm chest https://www.healthtap.com/#topics/chest-tightness deltoid http://www.innovateus.net/health/what-function-deltoid-muscle elbow http://www.orthopedicsurgerybook.com/blog-orthopaedic-joint-pain/types-elbow-surgery/ fingers .http://www.simplybodylanguage.com/finger-names.html gums http://www.royzmandental.com/Services/periodontal.php heart http://www.worldinvisible.com/apologet/humbody/heart.htm jaw http://chestofbooks.com/health/anatomy/Human-Body-Construction/The-Lower-Jaw.html knee http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/topic.cfm?topic=a00389 lungs http://thediabetesclub.com/a-list-of-oral-medications-for-diabetes-2-treatment-dpp-4-inhibitors/ muscles http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muscle nose http://www.thedailyblarg.com/tag/nose-hair organ http://www.thebody.com/content/art14481.html pelvis http://www.thebody.com/content/art14481.html quadriceps http://www.renwickphysio.com.au/quadricep-injuries ribs http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rib skull https://homes.bio.psu.edu/faculty/strauss/anatomy/skel/anterior.htm Tounge http://www.familymedschool.com/one-day-medical-school/anatomy-of-the-mouth/
29: ulula http://www.mentalfloss.com/blogs/archives/12860 veins http://www.arthursclipart.org/medical/circulatory/page_04.htm wrist http://www.methodistorthopedics.com/wrist-anatomy xiphiod http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/sternum yellow marrow http://www.teachpe.com/gcse_anatomy/bones.php zygomatic bone http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/zygomatic+bone intsetines http://www.sccollege.edu/StudentServices/HealthWellnessCenter/AlcoholEffects/Pages/intestines.aspx