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Chapter 1 Wonderfully Made Review

where your nerves send messages about what you touch brain
keep your skin from drying out oil glands
crust that protects a scraped knee until new skin can grow scab
the best wat to protect your skin keep in clean
the skin tightens as the pores close to keep your body warm goose bumps
these two senses work closely together taste and smell
how odors reach the nose Molecules with different odors float through the air
tiny particles of a substance molecules
the place where the nerves of smell are located upper lining of the nose
to move rapidly back and forth vibrate
the three main sections of the ear outer ear, middle ear, inner ear
the thin skin that separates the outer ear from the middle ear eardrum
this causes sound vibrations
three tiny bones in the middle ear hammer, anvil, and stirrup
the nerve that carries the sound message to the brain auditory nerve
the part in the ear that is filled with at liquid cochlea
helps to keep dust and other objects out of our eyes eyelids and eyelashes
the type of vitamin that is good for your eyes Vitamin A
the direction that light should be coming from when you read and write from above and behind you
lens focuses pictures
iris controls the amount of light entering the eye
pupil the opening which lets light into the eye
retina area where the image of the picture is made
optic nerve carries messages of pictures to the brain
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