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Estructura del oído humano

Estructura del oído humano

Cells For Kids  Including directions for building cell models. Good ideas!

Cells For Kids Including directions for building cell models. Good ideas!

Plants breathe in carbon dioxide. They drink water through their roots.

Plants breathe in carbon dioxide. They drink water through their roots.

Childs skull before losing baby teeth. Saw this on Facebook.  My daughter with her 1st loose tooth thought this was pretty neat to see where her adult teeth come from. Hope this is a replica and not a real childs skull.

Childs skull before losing baby teeth. Saw this on Facebook. My daughter with her 1st loose tooth thought this was pretty neat to see where her adult teeth come from. Hope this is a replica and not a real childs skull.

Onion and Cheek Cell Lab Experiment - Organelles

Onion and Cheek Cell Lab Experiment - Organelles

Anatomy of a Plant Cell

Anatomy of a Plant Cell

Animal Cell Model Diagram Project Parts Structure Labeled Coloring ...

Animal Cell Model Diagram Project Parts Structure Labeled Coloring ...

Sistema Digestório - Corpo Humano - TecCiencia

Sistema Digestório - Corpo Humano - TecCiencia

Anatomía del ojo; el dibujo de dos paneles muestra la parte interior y exterior del ojo.  El panel de arriba muestra el exterior del ojo con  el párpado, la pupila, la esclerótica y el iris; el panel de abajo muestra el interior del ojo con la córnea, la lente, el cuerpo ciliar, la retina, la coroides, el nervio óptico y el humor vítreo.

Anatomía del ojo; el dibujo de dos paneles muestra la parte interior y exterior del ojo. El panel de arriba muestra el exterior del ojo con el párpado, la pupila, la esclerótica y el iris; el panel de abajo muestra el interior del ojo con la córnea, la lente, el cuerpo ciliar, la retina, la coroides, el nervio óptico y el humor vítreo.

The Aorta and Its Parts  The aorta ascends toward the right from the left ventricle. Then it curves posteriorly and to the left. It continues downward posterior to the heart and just anterior to the vertebral column, through the diaphragm, and into the abdomen (Figs. 11-4 and 11-5). The aorta is one continuousartery, but it may be divided into sections:

The Aorta and Its Parts The aorta ascends toward the right from the left ventricle. Then it curves posteriorly and to the left. It continues downward posterior to the heart and just anterior to the vertebral column, through the diaphragm, and into the abdomen (Figs. 11-4 and 11-5). The aorta is one continuousartery, but it may be divided into sections: