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The    senses (8)
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The    senses (8)
The    senses (8)
The    senses (8)
The    senses (8)
The    senses (8)
The    senses (8)
The    senses (8)
The    senses (8)
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The senses (8)

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  • 1. THE SENSES
  • 2. THE SIGHT • The sense of sight is what allows us to capture the size, shape and color of objects. • The brain interprets the impulses to produce images. • Each eye consist of a hollow, spherical capsule, made up of several layers and structures.
  • 3. PARTS OF THE EYE
  • 4. THE EAR • The ear is the organ of hearing and balance. • The ear is divided into three areas: • The outer ear , the midle ear and the inner ear . These parts all work together so you can hear and process sounds
  • 5. PARTS OF THE EAR
  • 6. THE SMELL • This sense allows us to perceive odors. The nose is the organ of smell. • The nasal walls are lined by mucous secreted by the pituitary membrane. • The main functions of the nose: wet, warm, clean and direct the air we breathe into the lungs.
  • 7. PARTS OF THE SMELL
  • 8. THE TASTE • The organ of taste is the tongue. • Our is centered on the tongue .Humans are able to detect five pure tastes: • The real perpetrators perceive that if something is sweet, salty, sour or bitter taste buds are.
  • 9. PARTS OF THE TASTE
  • 10. THE TOUCH • Our sense of touch is found all over the body. This is because our sense of touch originates in the bottom layer of our skin called the dermis. • The dermis is filled with many tiny nerve endings which give you information about the things with which your body comes in contact. • They do this by carrying the information to the spinal cord, which sends messages to the brain where the feeling is registered.
  • 11. PARTS OF SKIN
  • 12. BY PELAYO

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