Category: Biology

Single Celled Organisms

Exiting around 3.8 billion years ago, Single Celled organisms, played a key role in depositing minerals on the surface of the Earth. By giving off oxygen, they helped our atmosphere, and had done so in an ‘Early Photosynthesis.’ In other terms, the prehistoric version of the evolved Photosynthesis that we know about today. The marine…


Evolution

                  Evolution, is a change in the genetic occurrences inside of a population. In connection, is sub-sizes which include Micro evolution (The evidence of changes in a singular gene pool), and Macro evolution (the changes which relate to the evolution and progression of a new species, or…


The Nervous System

What is the Nervous System? The Nervous System is the system which contains your body’s brain and neurons. There are two main parts to your body’s nervous system. You have the CNS, central nervous system, and PNS, the peripheral nervous system. Your CNS contains two of your main organs of the nervous system. They are…


The Stomach

The Stomach, a key organ in the digestive system, has the key role of managing the the usage of the food and minerals that we digest. From breaking it down, to soaking up minerals, the stomach is very important for the human body. The stomach is connected to the esophagus, and the mouth. These are…


The Circulatory system

What is the circulatory system? The circulatory system, is one with many names. It is known as the cardiovascular system or the circulatory system. This system is an extremely important one of your human body systems. The cardiovascular system is the system that contains your blood and even your heart. The organs in the system…