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  Research the nervous system and construct a model of the neuron. For those
        Those who are not squeamish, use a frog leg or crayfish claw to demonstrate
        how the nerves react to electrical shocks.   

   Are all nerves on human skin equally sensitive to heat, cold, pain, etc., or do
       different nerves feel different sensations?

  Research the human heart, build a model of it and demonstrate how it works.

  Research the human lungs, build a model of them and demonstrate how they
        work. 

  Compare the vital capacity between male and female lungs.
 

  Research human cells, build a model and explain the role each part plays

  Research the composition of human blood, do a microscope study and prepare
        illustrations and explanations of what you find.

  Research and explain the operation of the gall bladder in humans and the
        cause and formation of gall stones.

   Research, explain and demonstrate the eye's construction
        of an afterimage.
   

  How does the human eye work?

  Research, explain and demonstrate the eye's persistence
        of vision.  

  Does the eye really work like a camera? Research and explain.

  Is there an identifiable relationships between fingerprints in a family?

  Are fingerprints on each hand the same for one person or does each
        finger have a different print?

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