Anatomy Bun. How would it look like if it really existed.

We all know from childhood fairy tale about Kolobok. From how fashioned dough character came to life and escaped from his grandfather and grandmother, I went in search of adventure. As children, we wondered how a round piece of dough is not only able to come to life, but also began to move, jump and talk. Then it's all explained by magic. However, growing up, I want to ask a question: "What if there would be a bun in reality?" In the end, many tales are without historical background. So why not fantasize about what the structure of the body will have the bun if you suddenly become real?

So, suppose that the grandparents were really brilliant bioengineering. They scraped together on the bottom of the barrel of his laboratory various biomaterials, and created a new creature unknown to science. We know that it had a spherical shape, could move independently with the help of rolling and skillfully jump. Gingerbread also could think, talk and even sing. With this information available, we can suggest a couple of options for the structure of the body Bun.

Option 1

According to the first version, the body Bun should be hollow, and inside his muscle screeds hung heavy "core". With the contraction of the muscles "core" changes its position within the body, and thus can roll bun and even jump. A cavity around the core can perform lung function and cavity of conversation. At the same core should be the internal organs.

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1. Brain
The brain is likely small, developed enough to cope with the formulation of simple ideas and simple sentences, as well as the coordination of the body.

2. Internal organs
Digestive system, heart and other internal organs compactly arranged in a kind of "core". In addition to being the center of gravity, the "core" plays a key role in moving the Bun.

3. Muscle Ties
The basis of the propulsion system are the muscle ties that connect the "core" to the outer shell Bun. Muscle styazhok should be no less than a dozen, and in turn reduced, they can lead Bun body in motion, allowing it to roll and jump.

4. The internal cavity of
The internal cavity must be pretty impressive to provide maximum freedom for the movement of the core. It can simultaneously play the role of the lungs and the cavity during a conversation.

5. The outer surface
The external surface must be pretty dense not to Gingerbread Man injured while traveling. Since Koloboks due to the spherical shape rather difficult to eat with the help of the oral cavity, it is possible that it can absorb the nutrients his "skinĀ».

6. A person
A person should not prevent rolling. Therefore, it is the most flat, eyes protected by thick eyelids and eyebrows not at all.

Option 2

The second version involves a more complicated structure Bun. According to it, the movement is provided by the jet emission of gases that accumulate in the individual segments. Very throwing air out of certain holes, Gingerbread Man can roll in the right direction, and even make small jumps. For accurate coordinate multiple segments with air, it must have the development of the nervous system. In addition, a complicated system of pumps and valves, is unlikely to leave room for the digestive system. Therefore, such a bun shall be either absorbed through the skin are substances that do not require a complex chain of chemical reactions (e.g. glucose syrup) or solar-powered.

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1. Brain
The brain must be sufficiently developed to manage a complex system of recruitment and bleed air into the plurality of cavities.

2. Internal organs
Taking into account the specific structure of the body Bun, a dominant place among the internal organs should take a complex pneumatic system by developed pump that distributes air across multiple pneumatic chambers. Such a pump has to be quite cumbersome and unlikely to leave room for a full digestive system.

3. Segments pneumatic chambers
Below the skin should be placed special segments that perform the function of pneumatic chambers. Very pushing out his breath, they should ensure the movement of Bun in the right direction.

4. External opening pneumatic chambers
The entire outer surface is strewn with Bun output tubules loaded accumulators. Each hole is equipped with a sphincter, which allows you to adjust the air loss.

5. The outer surface
Bun outer shell should not only protect the internal organs from damage, but also perform the function of absorption of food or storing solar energy.

6. A person
As with the previous version of Bun, his face should be as flat and with tight lids. In addition, the mouth and nose should ensure maximum air flow to the internal pump, which feeds the pneumatic chamber.

I hope you amused this anatomy lesson Bun. If such humorous analysis of the structure of fairytale characters were held in the school, it is much more kids interested in biology. Share with your friends in a good mood and introduce them to this record.

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