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Table of Contents
The Lungs
The Trachea
The Testes
The Submaxillary Gland
The Liver
The Stomach and Duodenum
The Blood
The Arteries and Veins
The Adipose Tissue
The Skin
The Pituitary Gland
The Pancreas
The Thyroid
The Kidney
The Spinal Cord
The Cerebellum
The Elastic Cartilage
The Bone
The Smooth Muscle
The Striated Muscle

The human body is a machine which winds its own springs. 
-Julien Offroy de la Mettrie, L'Homme Machine

It is quite obvious that the human body is one of nature’s greatest achievements. The simple actions that we take for granted everyday are dependant on the smooth operation of this universal marvel, and amazing feats, both physical and mental, are directly attributed to the wonder of the human body. While it can be damaged, the body’s resiliency and regeneration powers are in themselves miracles. In doing an in depth study and report concerning the various human tissues, it is impossible not to feel in awe of the human body, and it definitely forces one to contemplate the complexity and wonderment of the physical tasks that keep one alive. Life itself is truly a miracle, and the marvelous machine that is our body is only a testament to that fact. That is the end of my presentation, I hope you enjoyed it Mrs. Willoughby, and thank you for the awesome semester. I’ll never forget this class, and I will definitely never forget you J

-         Yours truly, “Wharton-Ayer”


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