Figure skating is really big in today’s world the fact that it started as a way to travel to get and give information. The differences between Figure skating and ice dancing, the disciplines, and the movement all used in figure skating helps tell about the structure of figure skating and where it came from to be what it is today. Figure skating is a section of dance that people usually start when you are young. We use our knowledge of figure skating and ice dancing to complete the structure of how it came to be where it is today. Figure skating can be done in Pairs, and Solo skate.
Not only do white blood cells help your body fight off disease, illness, and infection, but they contain granules, which consists of enzymes, that can help fight your body against unknown items like viruses of bacteria particles (Ballard, 33). While some white blood cells surround this unknown item,
Hi! Today we’ll be talking about the Digestive System. The Digestive System is a team of organs that help break down, and absorb nutrients from the food we eat. Allow me to show you how. Part 1 – THE MOUTH It begins in the mouth, where your teeth and tongue help eachother to physically break the food into smaller pieces by chewing the food.
This enzyme will break down carbohydrates. Then it moves and continue down the small intestine to the jejunum ( the second part of small intestine, it will absorbs the carbohydrates and to the ileum (absorb vitamin B12, A, D, E, K). In the lining of the small intestine, we have villi and microvilli. There are going to be capillaries that move in and move out and they’re going to take nutrients into our body. So in the small intestine, we mostly digested and absorbed the food the nutrients that we need to take.
And finally, it helps us regulate body temperature and it eliminates wastes (not like urine but sweat). These functions do all super important things because if we didn't have any skin, hair, sweat glands, or nails we could easily get very hurt. The integumentary system interacts with many other systems than just one. The integumentary works with the circulatory system by allowing it to transport blood into and out of the cells and also allow carbon to get out of the blood and into the air by letting the skin take the carbon out by sweat. With the skeletal system, it keeps the bones hard and strong and also, produces the vitamin d. The nervous system controls the body temperature.
Figure skaters experience sliding friction as their skates glide across the ice. While skaters soar through the air in complicated jumps, they are fighting the force of fluid friction. As they wait to begin their program, skaters experience static friction There is friction in between the skates and the ice, but much less than between your foot and the ground. In conclusion, friction slows down skaters, but without it, they could not start or
The mineral of potassium controls the water amount inside and outside of cells and stop the excess rise of blood pressure when sodium is taken too much into your body. Minerals are the elements the form in the ground, mostly we get it from the bottled water we drink, that can help body function for example iron is needed to support the function of red blood cells to transport oxygen. Like vitamins, minerals are not a source of energy and are found in through your diets. There are many trees of fats, some are healthier than others, and provide our body with different
It is a kind of chaotic state in which the construction of dance starts” writes Turpeinen in his anecdote as a dance teacher with youngsters, “working with a raw-board method opens a space for personal action and experience and creates a space for shared and personal processes of dance and the dancing self. This is a complex situation for a class seen from the outside because everything is chaotic and no ideal order is seen; however, they are constructing dance through their experience”, they are learning to identify with their bodies and their own space. This own space that is
INTRODUCTION TO BLOOD TYPING AND THE IMPORTANCE OF BLOOD TYPING Blood; this is the life of humans and animals, blood carries a lot of important substances the primary substance blood is “used” for is to transport oxygen and nutrition’s to all the bodies vital organs. Blood also is a vital heat provider in the body keeping those needed areas warm and filters toxic substances that are not needed in the body. The production of blood cells take place in the stem cells located in the bone marrow, after development they are then released into the bloodstream of the body. For transportation of oxygen to take place in the blood you need there to be a protein called Haemoglobin this protein is and iron-bearing protein thus allowing oxygen to be transported