Is the human body made of liquid?
actually its mostly made up of water about 35 liters the rest is made up of elements
- Oxygen (65%)
- Carbon (18%)
- Hydrogen (10%)
- Nitrogen (3%)
- Calcium (1.5%)
- Phosphorus (1.0%)
- Potassium (0.35%)
- Sulfur (0.25%)
- Sodium (0.15%)
- Magnesium (0.05%)
- Copper, Zinc, Selenium, Molybdenum, Fluorine, Chlorine, Iodine, Manganese, Cobalt, Iron (0.70%)
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Answer . In the bone marrow. Usually the thigh bones, and hips and sternum. Answer . in the bone marrow
In medicine, body water is all of the water content of the human body. A significant fraction of the human body is water. Lean muscle tissue contains about 75% water by weight. Blood contains 95% water, body fat contains 14% water and bone has 43% water. Skin also contains much water. The human body… is about 60% water in adult males and 55% in adult females. (Wikipedia). For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Wikipedia) indicated directly below this answer section. (MORE)
If you are counting only the abdominal organs, I would estimate about 12 lbs. The liver alone is about 3 pounds and takes up about 1/4 of the abdominal cavity.
Answer . In humans, blood accounts for about 1/11th of total body weight. For an average 150 lb. person, that would be about 13.6 lbs.
60% or 80% Does anybody know for sure? =1 The human body is made up of roughly 70% water. This is mostly in the form of blood, where the blood cells are suspended in a water based solution. The other 30% is not usually in large chunks, but is permeated by the blood network and may have a source… of water touching it. (MORE)
Specifically in the beta cells of the islets of Langerhans in the pancreas. Insulin is made in the pancreas.
The average adult human body is made of:. Water 35 liters, Carbon 20 kilograms, ammonia 4 liters, phosphorus 800 grams, lime 1.5 grams, salt 250 grams, salt peter 100 grams, sulfur 80 grams, fluorine 7.5 grams, iron 5 grams, silicon 3 grams, and 15 other elements in small quantities.
The human body and the food we eat are comprised of the samematerials. A few key components we have in common are minerals,fat, water, and carbohydrates.
If you mean to ask this in a specific manner, the answer is carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids.
Blood makes up about 1/12 of body weight. As there are 12-16 grams of haemoglobin per 100g of blood, the weight of blood cells based on body weight is 1%. So yes but its made up of many other things too like tissue and white blood cells.
In human body bones are made up of mainly Calcium salt, that is Calcium Hydroxyapatite and organic Very strong fibers called Collagen fibers. Together they give strength and flexibility to bones. Bones are porous so that there weight should become less.
in the testes. for hormones they are named after the site they are produced at with -one at the end. testosterone. testes. In mammals, testosterone is primarily secreted in the testes of males and the ovaries of females, although small amounts are also secreted by the adrenal glands.
The size of the cell will not increase efficiency. The millions of cells are clustered by function in different parts of the organism so it can work as a tissue. It also helps the organism survive longer. I mean, imagine how much longer a cut would take to heal. Instead of having millions of cell…s regenerate at once, you would have to wait for a couple enormous cells to grow in. Think of it this way: Is it easier to have fifty machines working in a factory, or just three big machines? (MORE)
Two thirds of your body is made up of water. That is equal to sixty six and two thirds percent. (And I am 100% sure this is correct. Believe me.)
No part of the human body is made up of oxygen, we breathe in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide, oxygen does not stay in our bodies.
Liquid is made with H2O// H2O is the chemical formula for water. Any substance can theoretically exist as solid, liquid or gas. If you have ice, it is solid water and if you have steam its water as a gas. The change is brought about by heating or cooling. Thus, a block of chocolate will turn to liqu…id chocolate if heated and back to a solid if cooled. Probably, the question had more to do about a 'solution' rather than a liquid. A solution is made when a solid or liquid dissolves in another solid or liquid. So for example, sugar dissolves in water and then you have a solution of sugar in water. Likewise salt and water. But sugar will not dissolve in oil and so you cannot make a solution of sugar in oil. The chemical processes are more compolicated, but I hope that this adds a little more information to the one line answer which was given previously (MORE)
Water is made by the body during a process called "respiration".. The body needs energy for every chemical process, without energy we cannot exist.. The body makes energy by breaking up glucose (sugar) molecules, fatty acids, and amino acids, going through a series of processes. The end result is …energy, stored in molecules called ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate).. Water is a byproduct, a waste product of these procedures.. Hope is helps. (MORE)
Well, the body makes quite a few types of cells! They include white blood cells, red blood cells, skin cells, and basically, your whole body is made out of cells!
Not as we understand the term today, but as the Bible defines it, it is (see Genesis 2:7). The reason being that the term "dust" in the Bible refers to the Earth and the minerals contained within it. As such, the body is made from the minerals of the Earth (notably Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen, and many… others); so in a sense, yes, it is made from "dust". (MORE)
the human body is 75% water. so in other words yes the human body is mostly water.. with 25% left over for air, fat, and skin to take part of.. any questions? call. GHOST BUSTERS!. jk. dont. i dont think they have a number...
I am in 7th grade we are not liquid because are bodies are made up of dust. Becauser if somebody who was dead was outside for a long period of time he would eventually decinigrate...,
Your body is made of many things! The main thing your body is made up of is water! -------- oxygen 65% carbon 18% hydrogen 3% calcium 1,5% phosporous 1.0% potassium 0.35% sulfur 0.25% sodium 0.15% magnesium 0.05% copper, zinc, selenium, molybdenum, flourine, chlorine, iodine, m…anganese, cobalt, iron 0.70% lithium, strontium, aluminium, silicon, lead, vanadium, arsenic, bromine trace amounts And we have multicellular in our body............ (MORE)
Organs in the human body are made of tissue. Tissue is made of a bunch of cells working together to do the same job.
in a way, yes. atoms make up cells, which make up the human body. the human body has trillions of cells!
Liquid nitrogen would freeze any part of the human body it touched. That part would then become brittle and likely to break off; if it was somehow thawed, the flesh would probably die and necrosis would set in.
60% of the content of human body is water. 40 % is intro-cellular and 20 % is extracellular. So in 70 kg man you have 28 liters are intro-cellular and 14 litres are extracellular. Out of which 3 liters are in the blood. And 11 literes in the interstitial compartment.
Urea is made in the the liver and removed from the body via the kidneys in the urine flow as the microscopic solid by product (i.e., the insoluble waste that will not be leaving via the anus) created along with urine. It is an effective way of removing nitrogenous waste from the body in a relative…ly non toxic form (MORE)
Well' carbon dioxide is 97% so I gots no clue sorry dude or dudet well what evers;p
They are made in the ovaries. They are responsible for femalesexual development and maintenance mainly.
The human body makes red blood cells in the bone marrow, where theycan fully mature.
As long as used properly, the effect of liquid mosquito repellenton human bodies is good. You should not apply the repellent to thehands of young children.
Protease is produced in the Pancreas along with many other enzymes such as Pancreatic Amylase. It breaks down protein into Amino Acids for digestion. It is also made in the small intestine and Stomach .
Yes, the 11 organ systems are: Integumentary System(Skin,Hair) Skeletal System (Bones, Cartilage) Muscle System(Muscles,Tendons) Nervous System (Brain, Spinal Cord) Endocrine System(Pituitary Gland, Thyroid Gland) Circulatory System (Heart, Veins ) Lymphatic System (Lymph nodes, Spleen…) Digestive System (Stomach, Liver) Respiratory System (Lungs) Urinary System (Kidneys, Bladder) Reproductive System (Testes, Ovaries) (MORE)
Urea is made in the body by the liver, it is a by product produced in the process of removing ammonia, Ammonia is extremely toxic for the human body. Urea is then excreted from the blood filtered through the kidneys.
Phlogiston? No! This is a discarded assertion that there was some elementary ' thing ' in materials that caused burning.
no the human body is made of living cells but they contain... *minerals (salts and calcium) *gases carbon ect IN Fact.. we are made out of the same things a star is!! its just repositioned or combined differently in different amounts.
When a human fetus is in its mother's womb, all of the cells that start to develop in it are stem cells. stem cells can form into any other type cell found in the human body. as the fetus continues to develop, the stem cells will change into whatever cells the baby needs(i.e., they will change into …all the cells found in the human body) (MORE)
id think nails (that holds wood and stuff together), rust, and other stuff like that
Almost 99% of the mass of the human body is made up of sixelements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, andphosphorus. Only about 0.85% is composed of another five elements:potassium, sulfur, sodium, chlorine, and magnesium. All arenecessary to life. The remaining elements are trace elemen…ts , of which more than a dozen arethought to be necessary for life, or play a role in good health(e.g., fluorine, which hardens dental enamel but seems to have noother function). (MORE)
Carbohydrates are consumed and eventually turn into glucose. If a person does not eat to supply their cells with glucose, the liver begins producing glucose as fuel for the body.
1) oxygen 65% 2) carbon 18% 3) hydrogen 10% 4) nitrogen 3% 5) calcium 1.5% 6) phosphorus 1%
The human body is composed mostly of soft tissue (muscle, tendons, ligaments, fat) but the only hard tissue is bone.
Hair is made from the same substance as fingernails. Hair is made from dead cells.
Leonardo da Vinci made multiple discoveries in anatomy due to dissecting cadavers such as explaining the skeletal system correctly.
Sulfur does not occur in elemental form in the human body. Instead, sulfur is present in various compounds, which are primarily in solid or dissolved state.
The system that is primarily\nresponsible for the removal of liquid waste from the blood is the urinary system . \n Other\nparts or systems of the human body assisting in the removal of\nliquid waste from the blood are: the integumentary\nsystem (skin) and the respiratory\nsystem (lungs an…d sinuses). \n\n (MORE)
The ends of our bones, much of our ribcage, and the tip of our nose are all made from cartilage.
Carpal bones are any of the eight small bones located in the hands and wrists of humans. These bones together form the carpus. The carpal bones main function is allowing the wrist to rotate vertically.
The percentage of connective tissue by volume for the human body is 20.6% (including bone which is a mineralized connective tissue).
The urinary system eliminates liquid in the form of urin from thebody. The skin eliminates liquid in the form of sweat and perspirationfrom the body. The lungs (pulmonary system) eliminates gas as carbon dioxide,water vapor, and bad breath from the body. The digestive system eliminates gas in the fo…rm of flatulence fromthe body as well as solid waste. (MORE)