Results for: Colonization

In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What are colons?

The colon is part of your digestive system which processes food and liquid before being eliminated from the body. In English grammar, a colon is a symbol used before listin (MORE)
In Commas Colons and Semicolons

What is a colon?

It depends upon the context. Colons (:) are used to introduce lists, to separate the minutes andhours of a precise time, and at the end of a business letter'ssalutation. It (MORE)
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What does the colon do?

It removes water and salts from solid wastes before they are excreted from the body.
In Health

Where is your colon?

It is part of your large intestine. (Maya, Ally, & Jeffry) The human intestine consists of two segments: the small intestine and the large intestine. The large intestine (MORE)
In Alternative Treatments for Conditions or Diseases

What is a colonic?

A colonic is a cleansing of the colon, or lower large intestine, either by water (as in an enema) or by dietary supplements which cause the body to void, or empty the colon (a (MORE)
In Alternative Medicine

How do they do colonics?

Colonics is performed when an instrument filled with water isinserted into the rectum in order to flush out the colon.
In History of England

What does your colon do for you?

The colon is the end part of the human digestive tract and is therefore responsible for the final elimination of food wastes
In Commas Colons and Semicolons

What can a colon do?

A colon causes a pause in a sentence. I hope that was simple enough for ya.... sarcasum intended.
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What Is your colon for?

Your colon is where you body removes as much water as it can from the digestive process and then stores it until you are ready to remove it in the form of feces. With out col (MORE)
In Grammar

What is Colonization-?

Colonization refers to a state whereby a microorganism is found in a person without causing a disease.