How is it possible that most osteocytes are far removed from blood vessels but still receive blood- borne nutrients?
each osteocyte is interconnected with other osteocrytes via canaliculi. Canaliculi are tube-like tunnels that transport nutrients to the osteocytes, from the blood vessels
It's possible. Nutrients are mainly absorbed in the small intestine.
Spider-shaped mature bone cells, called OSTEOCYTES, live in small spaces in the lamellae called LACUNAE. Tiny canals, called CANALICULI, connect the lacunae to each other and to the Haversian canal. The canaliculi contain slender, tentacle-like cellular processes of the osteocytes. The canaliculi provide routes through which nutrients and oxygen from the blood can reach the osteocytes and waste products (ammonia, carbon dioxide) can be removed and eventually carried away by blood vessels in theHaversian canals.
Food that has had all of its nutrients removed is stored in the colon and rectum until it is defected out.
To have a felony (or any other) conviction expunged, you generally must apply for, and receive, a Pardon.
Nutrients are absorbed in the small intestine.
It is not the estuary that is removed , but sediment around the estuary that is removed , reducing the nutrients that the estuary is getting.
Most of the nutrients have been removed.
Is it possible to be pregnant after a hysterectomy and uterus being removed and husband had a vasectomy?
Is it possible to fall pregnant after a hysterectomy and uterus being removed ?
If your diaphragm muscle is removed, you will not be able to live - unless you receive artificial medical respiratory support.
The bran and germ of wheat have important key nutrients. When removed, the wheat loses fiber and protein. The glycemic index of the wheat is also raised as a result.
The process by which waste is removed from your body is a part of the digestive system. The food is broken down until all the nutrients are taken out.
Nutrients enter the blood via the small intestine. The nutrients, undigested food passes into the large intestine. There, water and minerals diffuse into the minerals diffuse into the blood and wastes are removed from the body.
To the best of my knowledge, all organs have capillaries as this is how the tissue is fed nutrients and wastes are removed.
What is where excess water is removed from material left over after digested nutrients are absorbed?
In mammals its the large intestines.
the system by which nutrients from food are absorbed into the body and excess food is removed
You must return to the soil the nutrients that the previous crop removed.
Most people don't have the appendix removed except in cases of infection or possible rupture.
As much breast tissue as possible is removed. Approximately 10 to 20 axillary lymph nodes usually are removed.
That depends. A hysterectomy is when the uterus is surgically removed. If the entire uterus is removed then a second hysterectomy is not possible. In the past it was common for the surgeon to leave the cervix (the lower part of the uterus) in place while removing the rest of it. If this was done then it would be possible to have another surgery where the remnant that was left the first time is removed.
nutrients and other materials pass from the capillary blood into fluids surrounding the cells are waste products removed. Transport oxygen and the nutrients from cells that you need.
The higher level of acid there is the more nutrients are removed from the soil. Certain trees cannot even survive because acid blocks them from getting these nutrients.
It is possible.
It is indeed possible through surgery.
We wouldn't be able to absorb nutrients properly. Although there are some surgeries where part of the small intestine can be resected (removed) it is still necessary to have some part of it in other to absorb nutrients. Without nutrients, we'd ultimately die.
Is it possible that the spleen could be removed by accident during an emergency c-section and how could it happen?
No that is not possible. The surgeon has to know if he did that. It might have gotten injured during the operation but if removed they must've known.
The large intestine reabsorbs much of the water and any nutrients that would have been removed as waste.
Nutrients and oxygen have to brought to all cells and CO2 and metabolic wastes have to be removed from cells.
It dies, unless it can get nutrients such as in grafting where one tree is grafted onto another.
waste products are not removed and nutrients are not delivered to the cell
No, it needs to be surgically removed as soon as possible.
No, it is not possible for a tampon to 'break' your vagina - whatever that means! Tampons do have health risks and negative effects on vaginal health - tampons dry-out mucus membranes causing splitting and ulceration, change vaginal pH so it's easier for harmful bacteria to thrive, allow bacterial growth, prevent vaginal cleaning, and some brands contain harmful ingredients. Tampons ca lead to vaginal infections (in turn pelvic inflammatory disease), toxic shock syndrome, can increase… Read More
They do not need to be removed because they act like mulch on the ground cover. The leaves will actually nourish the ground cover and provide nutrients.
nutrients can be protein, fat, or carbs, OR vitamins or minerals. things like white bread suck when it comes to nutrients, since all the nutrients have been removed, except for the unhealthy stuff. things that are fried or fast foods are nurient dense. Chips, candy, all the junk foods too. not all fruits are high in nutrients. some like pineapples contain nothing but sugar and vitamin c with a tiny bit of fiber. I also… Read More
A cyst is basically a sac of pus (infective material). Whilst not life threatening it should be removed as soon as possible.
They are living organisms so die when removed from their sources of water and nutrients, and so then decay. The rotting is by micro-organisms.
They steal nutrients from the ground that would otherwise be available for the vegetables, fruit, or flowers that you are trying to grow.
No. Carbon Dioxide is a waste gas and is removed from the blood stream.
There are many possible answers: A cone A sphere from which a slice has been removed An ellipsoid from which a slice has been removed A paraboloid from which a slice has been removed
Yes, If they are inaccurate and not done by you.
Only if a Pardon is granted.
The operation is possible but we need energy so it is not suitable.
If it has been removed then it must be all gone. It would be a contradiction (which is impossible) otherwise.
There are two possible answers. They could be second cousins. Or they could be first cousins twice removed.
Nutrients are absorb in the same intestine and if it were removed, your body would no longer absorb nutrients The small intestine is responsible for removing nutrients from food and bringing water and electrolytes in the body. It also moves food through a specific part of the digestive tract, into the large intestine.
My father has had his gall bladder removed and did not receive any information on what he can or can't have to avoid flair ups as far as eating. Can you guide me on where to find this information? Thank you.
The farmers removed nutrients from the soil. The floods brought fresh nutrient-rich mud from the mountains.
yes, it is possible to have scar tissue pain from any injury
The point where no more energy can be removed from matter is called absolute zero temperature. It is theoretically the lowest possible temperature.
Toned milk or double toned milk is the milk that has had the fat removed and then mixed with fresh milk. The fat is then removed a second time. To do this at home, skim the aft from milk, and then mix the skim milk with fresh milk to repeat the process. This is a choice milk because milk fat takes up a lot of the contents of milk. When the fat is removed, there… Read More
Food in which nutrients lost during processing are added back into is food fortification. Skim milk is an example because it has had the fat removed and then has Vitamin D and Vitamin A added back to it.