internal respiration is the exchange of gases between the body cells and blood.
Transparent, biconvex intraocular tissue that helps bring rays of light to a focus on the retina.
The part of the grain that remains after being refined is the endosperm.
The function of cartilage in the bronchus is to hold the soft tissue open so that air may pass through. The cartilage in the bronchus are C-shaped rings.
Proteins essentially break apart when digested to form different proteins and features in the cell
The skeletal system has a few important jobs. One is to keep us from becoming blobs of human tissue similar to jellyfish but without the water. The other is to protect vital organs such as our brains, heart, lungs, liver. But they have another role which is to create a form on which...
From the mother, that is why they may need to eat more protein, to help the baby grow. :)
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extensor digitorum, extensor indicis, extensor digiti minimi, flexor digitorum superficialis, and the flexor digitorum profundus. There are also extrinsic muscles that work only in the thumb; these include the flexor pollicis longus, extensor pollicis longus, extensor pollicis brevis, and...
There is 1 skull in the body last time I checked.
Skeletol System, Muscular System
It is here that messages from the eyes are interpreted.
Cranial nerves that have a motor function tend to be bilaterally innervated. In other words, the right accessory nerve (XI) receives input from both the right and the left motor cortex. The same goes for the left accessory nerve. This is a handy advantage in strokes, since upper motor...
This could be down to a lack of fruit consumption. This happened to a cousin of mine and the doctor said more fruit and veg should be eaten. If you're really worried go to the doctor. Hope this helped!
Yes! Lets take an example, we are exercising and our breathing system is working, other systems will also work like muscular system will work, it will help the body to move around. Nervous system also function, it'll help you to run by giving sensory impulses to foot, and to heart to pump...
Clostridium tetani, the bacterial pathogen that causes tetanus (lock jaw) is arguably armed but is definitely dangerous. The toxin excreted by this bacterium causes serious illness and death in humans, but it is arguable whether that toxin can be considered an intentional weapon, since it serves the...
Simple columnar epithelium
What do you mean by that? The reflex itself doesn't do anything in particular.
ANSWER: There are one directional valves in the
This is actually 3.0 musculoskeletal and 76 gr of musculoskeletal
Vicodin has the potential to alter the brain's neurotransmitters.
It gives support and shape to the body.
well from what I looked up it says '' Tolerance to oxycodone builds up quickly. This means that users, whether real patients or drug abusers, soon need more of the drug to have the outcome they are used to having. For a patient with real pain, the doctor can increase the prescription as...
they increase in size as we get older, so we can never tell.
The Skeletal muscle vend arms and legs. It also closes a fist.
Drugs can act as agonist or antagonist to regulate a process or function of cellular/chemical process.
bright red blood will enter the bottle under pressure
section of intestine showing serosa
Fibrous connective tissues are found in cartilage, ligaments, and tendons. Cartilage prevents adjacent bone ends from grinding together during movement, tendons attach skeletal muscles to the bones and hold the bones in close proximity, and ligaments are similar to tendons but have the elasticity...
Muscles contract when they receive nerve signals from the brain, telling them to put filaments in action. The thin ones slide past the thick, shortening the sarcomere (this is a special part of the muscle).
Your blood is never truly dexoygenated, but as it delivers oxygen to tissues the saturation of oxygen gets lower. When the blood reaches the alveoli of the lung oxygen diffuse from the higher concentration of the air to the lower concentration of the blood, where most of it binds to hemoglobin...
Veins that draw blood from the brain are called dural venous sinuses. They receive oxygen-poor blood from the brain and pass it on to either the sigmoid sinus or the inferior petrosal sinus, which then pass the blood to the internal jugular vein, in the neck.
The pancreas is a glandular organ with two main functions. It functions as an exocrine organ by producing digestive enzymes, and as an endocrine organ by producing hormones. The pancreas secretes digestive enzymes such as proteolytic enzymes which are responsible for the digestion of proteins,...
No. Even if she has her ovaries left there's no place for the egg to get attached to and the sperm can't get to them since the uterus is gone.
The skin is the largest organ in the human body. The largest organ of the human body is the skin, because it stretches throughout ll the body parts. Although it feels lightweight, if you were to measure the weight of your skin alone, it could be several pounds. The skin of an average adult weghts 3...
If the disc is properly positioned then no the peripheral nerves will not be inhibited in any way. However if the disc is improperly positioned then it will put pressure on the nerves causing them to become impaired.
the organ that absorbs nutrients during digestion is the small intestine. the walls of the small intestines will absorb digested nutrients into the blood stream
Maintain a constant body temperature! Your body does this with sweating is it is hot for example.
The hydrolytic process breaks down inter-amino acid bonds of the protein, so that first polypeptides, then oligopeptides, and finally the constituent amino acids result.By hydrolysis a water molecule will be split into a hydrogen atom and an -OH group and these two units take the bindings that held...
difference between an antibody and an antigen
No immunoglobulins (Igs) provide that! That is because Igs or antibodies are in blood tissue and circulated all over blood and immune system. The mucous membrane and skin are actually functioning as a physical barrier preventing invading microbes.
Arms and legs are known as appendages.
Bile is often green because their is to much Antographymecognismanriograph's in your blood stream
trachea, bronchi, brochioles, terminal bronchioles, respiratory bronchioles, alveolar ducts, alverolar sacs
Because its changing its figure
epithelial tissue connective tissue, muscle tissue, nervous tissue
Metabolism Growth hormonesHormonal balance
The kidneys secrete a variety of hormones, including erythropoietin, and the enzyme renin. Erythropoietin is released in response to hypoxia (low levels of oxygen at tissue level) in the renal circulation. It stimulates erythropoiesis (production of red blood cells) in the ...
Yes at any moment! Don't force too hard when pooping. Also, if you have been cut by a samurai. So beware of samurai's and get an enema.
Pulmonary Fibrosis is the formation of fibrous tissue in the lung. It was described by the doctor as the lung turning to leather. It can also be described as scarring of the lung.We were told that there is no known cause.
Membrane Outer NucleusInner nucleus
Memory T and B cells ( T-lymphocytes and B-lymphocytes ) remember the previous antigens and a second invasion from that pathogen and triggers a secondary response.
No, well not much at least. The shape is very similar, but sometimes the eye socket shape changes depending on the breed. Some are more prominent then others.
The internal tendon bulk is thought to contain no nerve fibres, but the epitenon and paratenon contain nerve endings, while Golgi tendon organs are present at the junction between tendon and muscle.
what sensory receptor are triggered by chemical substance
There are a number of reasons for spots on the liver. Some causes of liver legions could be from Hemangioma (a benign tumor composed of abnormal blood vessels that form during development in the womb), Liver Adenoma (another benign tumor from from the abnormal growth of liver cells),...
Sarcopenia, defined as age-associated loss of skeletal muscle mass and function, often reduces muscle mass by about 30% from early adulthood to age 80, usually at a rate of 0.5% to 1.0% per year. There are many factors, such as the individual's activity level and rate of metabolism, involved in the...
if the muscle are not used they become weaker and smaller than normal size ,but this problem is reversible by more physical exercises until the muscles aren't damaged. but if the denervation or injury occur to the muscle the weakness could be persistent and atrophy may occur.
Atrophy will occur, and muscles will decrease
Regeneration can either be complete where the new tissue is the same as the lost tissue, or incomplete where after the necrotic tissue comes fibrosis.At its most elementary level, regeneration is mediated by the molecular processes of gene regulation.
Because it a muscle thaat make you to pick a answer