Dermis- It consists of bundles of tough fibers give your skin its elasticity, firmness and strength.
Cerebellum- The cerebellum is the part of the brain that coordinates the actions of muscles (motor control) and helps to maintain balance.
Spleen- Spleen performs different functions during two parts of life . In embryo it produces blood cells but after birth its major role is to filter old and worn out bnlood cells.
Pulmonary Artery- The pulmonary arteries transport deoxygenated blood to the left and right lungs. And interesting fact is that the pulmonary arteries are the only arteries that carry deoxygenated blood.
Medulla Oblongata- The medulla oblongata is the most vital part of the brain because it is the control center for breathing, blood pressure and heart beat among other involuntary body functions not under conscious control.
Plasma- The plasma is the main transporter of nutrients to the cells.
Malleus- Sound waves cause the Tympanic Membrane (eardrum) to vibrate, which in turn causes the Malleus (hammer) to transmit those vibrations to the next tiny bone in the ear, called the Incus (anvil).
Neuron- Sensory neurons relay information from sense organs, motor neurons carry impulses to muscles and glands, and inter-neurons transmit impulses between sensory and motor neurons.
Pituitary- The pituitary gland is a gland at the base of the brain that sends signals to other glands and organs.
Vena Cava- The inferior vena cava is one of two veins which carries deoxygenated blood from the body into the right atrium of the heart, the other vein is the superior vena cava: inferior deals with blood coming from…