Body Organs - Brain, Eye And Heart Functions Defined

The brain is situated inside the skull of our head and is the command center of our body. It is basically made up of neurons which are in billions, 80 to 100 to be precise and are responsible for carrying the physical sensations of the body to the brain for the initiation of the required body actions. Our brain is fundamentally divided into the following different parts:
Corpus Callosum
Cerebral Cortex
Thalamus
Hypothalamus
Brain Stem
Thalamus
Hippocampus
Cerebellum


Our eye provides the power of vision to us which is probably one of the most important senses of our body. The

retina of the eye consists of rod and cone cells and are especially attributed with the function of perceiving the sensation of light and distinction between colors. The

particular positioning of the two eyes also help us to perceive depth and distance of the object visualized.


The heart is the major life sustaining organ of our body which primarily performs the function of pumping blood to the entire body through a continuous and rythmic contraction and relaxation of its muscles. The blood is pumped through a circulatory system comprising networks of veins and arteries. The blood in this way reaches all the blood vesels present throughout the body.
The heart is a complex organ and consists of many discrete sections and chambers, specified with definite sets of actions constituting the vital heart beats or the pumping as explained above.
 



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Swagatam is a blogger at Expertscolumn.com

Posted on: Last updated: 25-07-2016 96 0

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