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Fernando Ochman's Brochure Check this out!!! Come and visit us. Here are some information of 3 of the very important body systems!!! Come see how a body system works for real. For further information check the back of it.


The Digestive System

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Organs: •Esophagus •Stomach •Small Intestine •Large Intestine •Gall bladder •Liver •Pancreas


How This System Works:

Fernando ate a burger and chewed it about 30 times, food was being broken down into very small pieces so that it was ady ro be swallowed, while he was doing this saliva was being produced. After swallowing muscular contractions moves the food down throuh the esophagus into the stomach. Once inside food is mixed with acids o help break it down. Food is gradually turned into a liquid, which is eleased into the small intestine in small amounts.

From the small intestine, food goes to the large intestine. It's here, that water is extracted and the waste material is finally processed before elimination.


Circulatory System

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Organs: Heart Arteries Veins Capillaries Blood


How This System Works:

Our Circulatory System is always working, it never takes a break, it is always working 24 hours a day 365 days a year. It is our Circulatory System's most important roll to help takes nutrients and oxygen to various parts of the body,through the blood and if it doesn't our organs won't resist. This is how it's done: arteries carry oxingenated blood from the heart to cells and tissues, while at the same time veins take the blood without oxygen from cells to heart.


Respiratory System

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Organs : Lungs Mouth Nose Trachea Diaphragm.


How This System Works: A normal human being breathes 12-16 times a minute. Although S達o Paulo is very polluted, the air we breath in, or inhale, is called oxygen. The air enters the nose and travels down to the last part of the lung called alveoli, and transported to the thinest veins we have. this blood with oxygen is pumped by the heart to cells and tissues. At the same time, the blood from the veins releases its CO2 into the alveoli and travels out through the same path H2 used to get in.


Please don't bring cameras filming or shooting will not be permitted.

The next field trip will be in 20 day, January 4th. Tickets at R$ 25.00 children R$ 30.00 adults

1345 Brigadeiro Luiz Antonio Av. S達o Paulo - SP - Brazil Our number is 3334-7547 or contact our e-mail www.bodysystem.hotmail.com.


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