Amazing Human Body (Dk) by Richard Walker
By Richard Walker
Readers embark on an exquisite voyage via human biology and notice the body’s bits and bobs as they’ve by no means visible them prior to. starting with the elemental development blocks, carrying on with to the physique in motion, and concluding with the body’s platforms, this can be a compact and entire examine the beauty that's the human laptop.
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This 3-D ultrasound scan also shows the umbilical cord (centre) that carries blood to and from the foetus. 53 Q What are genes? A set of 23 chromosomes contains A the instructions, called genes, required to build and run cells and, therefore, the human body. Every chromosome carries many genes. Each gene consists of a short section of the long, coiled DNA molecule that makes up the chromosome. A gene’s DNA holds the coded information needed to make one of the many proteins that make your body work.
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