A disc does not slide anywhere. A disc is a piece of cartilage that sits securely between two vertebrae. When a disc loses hydration, it shrinks in size. This can cause an alteration in the relationship between the top vertebra and the bottom vertebra. When this happens, the disc begins to degenerate. This is the beginning of spinal Arthritis or spinal degeneration (this is an arthritis of the spinal joints.) It also opens the door for the disc to become prone to injury such as tears within the disc fibers. Complications that are expected are a disc bulge or a disc herniation. A disc bulge is a problem with the jelly-like center of the disc. When the outside fibers tear, the jelly-like center of the disc squeezes to the boarder of the disc and bulges out (think of a jelly donut, with the donut being the disc and the jelly being the center of the disc. This bulge can push on other structures, such as nerves, and cause a great deal of discomfort. When the outside wall of the disc tears, the jelly-like center then is free to actually exit the disc all together. This is an official disc herniation. A "slipped disc" is a misnomer. It is a slang term that has no accurate description of true disc behavior. When someone says a disc has slipped, they are referring to a disc bulge. Remember, this is only the displacement of the jelly-like center of the disc, not the actual position of the disc itself.
Your spine is made up of a stack of discs, with a spacer between each, The whole arrangement is designed to allow for a lifetime of flexibility and growth. The muscles and tendons hold this complex arrangement in place. sometimes a disc will slip out of place & this causes many problems including pain. That is a slipped disc
It has a place for small discs(not dvds) which are game discs
Are you asking about brake discs?A re't they slip off rotors? remove the front tires then the calipers then slip off the rotors.
it's when one of the discs between your vertebra in your back is no longer able to stay in place and begins to slide out, usually putting pressure on the nerves along the spine, causing pain.
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Photosynthesis takes place in the chloroplast, which is also where the thylakoid discs are located.
dried herbs come from a little place in my bottom :P
There are many places where you can find a pottery slip. Hobby shops are a great place that carries all kinds of supplies for any craft. Craft stores are another place that may have a slip for pottery.
It takes place in the chloroplasts, in the stacks of discs called thykaloids.
If the recipe calls for fresh parsley, you can use 1/3 the amount of dried parsley in its place.
To get the slip on reality TV island you have to go to the grocery place, click on the guy who is reading a magazine he drops it and then you pick it up. The slip will be in the magazine. Then you click on the slip it falls off and now you have it!
a strike-slip fault
cover slip and stage clips
A fault line
You can use any small dried fruit such as raisins, sultanas, cranberries or chopped dates
No of course not. It takes place in chloroplast
Z-discs and Titin.
A place where two plates slip past each other, moving in opposite directions. A place where two plates slip past each other, moving in opposite directions.
A cover slip is a small, and extremely thin piece of glass used in the operation of a microscope. The cover slip is placed on top of the specimen which is then placed under the microscope. The function of the cover slip is that it keeps the specimen in place while you examine it.
No,never in mitochondria. It takes place in chloroplasts
what is difference between compact discs and digital versalite discs
Depends on what kind of "discs" you're referring to... (compact discs? brake discs?)
The usual substitution is 1 teaspoon dried (chopped or crumbled) dried herb in place of 1 tablespoon fresh.