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science
I dont understand what this question is asking (what does it mean by physiology) Explain the physiology of sickle cell anemia.
May 24, 2008 by kate

anatomy and physiology
has anyone ever taken anatomy and physiology...if so please explain to me what i am getting myself into! i am not sure what exactly this course is about~
May 15, 2008 by leann

anatomy/physiology I
Why is proper microscope technique important for studying Anatomy and Physiology?
October 8, 2012 by beth

Physiology
How might the following affect blood volume (increase or decrease) (note: refer to physiology of kidney): High protein concentration in blood plasma Secretion of ADH Renin-angiotensin-aldosterone ANF (atrial natriuretic factor)
May 8, 2011 by ivy

Anatomy & Physiology II
anatomy and physiology II Research Assignment
November 2, 2009 by Dionne

Research Project: Anatomy & Physiology 1
What would be some of the medical disorders Research Project: Anatomy & Physiology 1?
February 6, 2014 by Diana

anatomyan dphysiology
explain how the physiology of the bone is related to its anatomy.Explain how the physiology of the hand is related to its anatomy. http://www.btinternet.com/~diptone/arp/Anatlo1.html well all i can tell is go on gogle i am not too sure but tryto find explain how the physiology...
October 15, 2006 by ashley

Science(pre-med)
In pre-med we are making powerpoints about the anatomy and physiology of the cardiovasculary syemstem and the respiratory system!! So far I finished the cardiovasculary syestem and i am wondering is the Anatomy of a organ the structures that it is composed of, and also is the ...
November 14, 2010 by Louisea

Anatomy and Physiology
Lab Anatomy & Physiology 1 Anyone help me?
March 6, 2014 by Diana

Research Project: Anatomy & Physiology 1
I need help with Research Project: Anatomy & Physiology 1
February 5, 2014 by Diana

anatomy and physiology
the human foot and the human hand are simila, but have anatomic differences. describe a difference and explain how it is related to the physiology of the hand and foot. http://sportsmedicine.about.com/cs/foot_facts/a/foot1.htm http://www.google.com/search?q=allintitle:+hand++...
October 15, 2006 by ashley

science
what is a physiology
September 10, 2007 by gillian

Human Physiology...Please Help
Sensory Physiology Pick two types of sensory receptors: A. Pick two different modalities that would stimulate them B. Put these modalities in order with respect to adequate stimulus So if i was to pick, Photoreceptors and Thermoreceptors ( these would be the sensory receptors...
October 30, 2008 by Saira

physiology
There is a man who drank a large quantity of moonshine (illegal alcoholic drink). Now he is complaining about "cotton mouth". Physiologically, what is the explanation for his thirst? Ethanol is a dehydrating agent (diuretic). Alcahol combines with water, making it unavailable...
December 10, 2006 by csumicro

physiology
what is the procedure for WBC count
December 13, 2007 by suhani

bilogy
Organism Physiology Paper
October 20, 2010 by wildfressia

Physiology
What is the volume of 0.23 kg of pure water?
January 27, 2011 by Jerome

Physiology
Calculate your plasma if your blood ph is 7.5
July 30, 2012 by lynn

anatomy and physiology
what are the dimensions of a microvillius?
May 28, 2014 by marion

anatomy and physiology
What is the function/purpose of Omentum?
October 16, 2008 by terry

Anatomy and Physiology
What is the primary function of Lymphocyte
October 27, 2008 by Anonymous

physiology
An evolutionary “simple” muscle would be?
November 20, 2008 by dt

Physiology
Parathyroid hormone and calcitonin are synthesized where?
March 28, 2011 by Ivy

Physiology
what does skin have to do with bone formation?
May 6, 2011 by ivy

Lab Physiology
What is the significance of IPSPs? How are they produced?
June 6, 2011 by Lia

Physiology
How does semiconservative relates to DNA replication?
September 22, 2013 by Sam

sport physiology
which jopints are involved the seated row
October 8, 2006 by lydia

physiology
starvation decreases metabolic rate by as much as a. 10% b.20% c. 40% d.65%
December 11, 2008 by anna

physiology
starvation decreases metabolic rate by as much as a. 10% b.20% c. 40% d.65%
December 11, 2008 by anna

Anatomy & Physiology
What is the first layer of the skin calleed?
November 14, 2009 by Jasmine

anatomy and physiology
What cellular process involves mitosis?
November 5, 2010 by Stacie

anatomy and physiology
what cellular process involves mitosis?
November 10, 2010 by Lisa

Physiology
how do regions of the brain control motor neurons?
May 6, 2011 by ivy

physiology and morphology
morphorological classific the following dolphins
February 15, 2013 by juliet

Physiology
How does nervous system control the activity of writing
April 2, 2013 by Jumoke

anatomy
(a) what are some of the physiology effects of infusing 500ml 0.9% glucose intravenously over an hour. (b)what are some of the physiology effects of infusing 500ml 5% glucose intravenously over an hour.
June 21, 2010 by secret

science
name the stages in gastric function and describe there physiology.
April 29, 2008 by kendra

A&P
Why is chemistry such an important part of the study of Anatomy and Physiology?
August 28, 2008 by jamie

Anatomy and Physiology
What is the difference between conduction and transmission of an impulse?
November 18, 2008 by Goof

Anatomy and Physiology I
the blood-brain barrier is effective against, what
November 21, 2009 by Audrea

anatomy and physiology
Which of the following processes is achieved through osmosis?
November 5, 2010 by Stacie

anatomy and physiology
Which one of the following is an example of epithelial tissue?
November 5, 2010 by Lisa

Physiology
Compare the properties of an EPSP with those of an action potential?
June 6, 2011 by Lia

physiology
what happens to the osmotic pressure with increasing solute concentration
September 19, 2011 by darlene

anatomy and physiology
I need to know what are the skeletal muscles their functions and their locations
September 29, 2011 by erianne

Physiology
If your blood pressure is 160/60, what is your total peripheral resistance?
July 30, 2012 by Sharon

physiology
the scientific method is only concerned with experimentation True or False
September 16, 2008 by natash

Anatomy and Physiology
What is the structure of muscle that is a connective tissue surrounding a fascicle?
November 6, 2008 by Tara

physiology
should ACh (acetylcholine) fail to be release in muscle contraction?
November 19, 2008 by ee

physiology
what is the relatioship between electrical activity and muscle force produced ?
October 3, 2010 by jas

Human Physiology
How do low plasma protein levels produce edema?
January 9, 2011 by Elise

Physiology
Why do cells tend to die if their lysosomes are damaged and break open?
February 15, 2011 by Jerome

Physiology
Name a disease caused by a defect in the lysosome and describe the symptoms.
February 15, 2011 by Jerome

physiology
Which might, in theory, be used to combat osteoporosis? Parathyroid or Calcitonin?
April 11, 2011 by ivy

physiology
Where is Parathyroid hormone and Calcitonin each synthesize, and by what specific type of cell?
April 11, 2011 by ivy

anatomy and physiology 1
describle two vision disorders that cause abnormal eyeballshape.
July 15, 2011 by erica

Biology
Why is proper microscope technique important for studying Anatomy and Physiology?
January 27, 2012 by Jerome

Human physiology
find effective osmotic pressure of normal saline.
September 25, 2012 by raj

Physiology
How are Lower Body Negative Pressure and hemorrhage similar and different?
January 21, 2013 by Lindsey

Anatomy and Physiology
Name two types of fluid in the body and the structures they protect.
September 11, 2007 by Anita Hall

physiology
what percent of blood flow to the body per minute goes to the brain ? 10, 20, 25, or 30% ?
October 12, 2008 by anna

physiology
During myasthenia gravis, the body attacks the Ach receptors so they do not work; this could cause?
November 20, 2008 by tt

anatomy and physiology
who is most likely to lead to the birth of a child who has a lethal gene
December 15, 2009 by Anonymous

General anatomy physiology
what is a cerebral lobe not visiblein an ordinary external inspection
April 5, 2010 by Maurice

Physiology
what causes calcium to be released in sliding filament action for muscle contraction?
May 6, 2011 by ivy

physiology
True or False The secretion of GnRH, FSH, and LH are pulsatile instead of continuous?
December 4, 2011 by becca

Anatomy & Physiology
Which joint is capable of circumduction? A. Shoulder B. Jaw C. Knee D. Elbow
February 4, 2014 by Diana

muscle physiology
okay so we did a lab on muscle physiology. acquired one small 2 cm length of psoas muscle . teased the bundle of muscle fibers into individual muscle fibers. aligned 3 individual fibers on each of three different microscope slides and placed 1 fiber on a fourth slide ( control...
February 24, 2009 by Natash

Physiology
DESCRIBE THE HUMAN CELLS AND HOW THEY HARVEST ENERGY (HOW WE DEAL WITH CARBS, LIPIDS AND PROTEINS.) Thanks!
February 23, 2007 by Aletha

Anatomy and Physiology
What are the parallel bundles of collagenic fibers that provide strength found in tendons?
October 13, 2008 by Anonymous

physiology
Blood flow is increased by a.hypotension b.anemia c.vasoconstriction d.edema I don't see how any of these can be the answer
November 11, 2008 by Natash

physiology
T-tubules can conduct action potentials because A contracture is when there is a lack of ATP in a muscle; this would
November 19, 2008 by dt

healthcare
can you give me a Physiology powerpoint Presentation that summarizes the processes of the digestion,respiration,and circulation.
May 17, 2009 by cathy

anatomy/physiology.
which term means blood in the chest? a. hemothorax b. aerothorax c. pneumothorax d. gastrothorax
August 5, 2009 by Cheryl

Anatatomy and Physiology
The ability of a specific tissue or organ to respond to the presence of a hormone is dependent on:
April 8, 2010 by Joe

Human Physiology
What would be the effect of low blood protein levels on the colloidal pressure?
January 9, 2011 by Elise

Anatomy and Physiology
If one solution is 1000 x as acidic as another, how many pH units would there be between the two?
July 26, 2012 by Molly

Physiology
Why does a solution of Haemolysed red blood cells look clear instead of cloudy?
July 30, 2012 by Natalie

Research Project: Anatomy & Physiology 1
What would be diagnostic finding imaging and histology for ALS?
February 6, 2014 by Diana

Human & Physiology
Discuss the critical and intricate roles the nervous system plays in homeostasis
April 2, 2014 by vicki Cooper

physiology
Which one(s) of the essential chemical elements (O, H, C, N) does blood contain? It contains all of them. I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.
June 20, 2005 by Jawad

anatomy and physiology
what is the minimum number of dna bases for a gene that begins as a polypeptide of 86 amino acids?
September 21, 2007 by Alisha

Physiology
Glucagon and cortisol increase lipolysis. True or False Plz if your not a 100% sure don't answer, THanx!
December 11, 2008 by Natash

Anatomy and Physiology
tetanus bacteria fester in deep, dark wounds, but how do they travel in neural tissue
April 23, 2010 by Anonymous

Anatomy and Physiology
tetanus bacteria fester in deep, dark wounds, but how do they travel in neural tissue
April 23, 2010 by Anonymous

Human Physiology Short essay Question
why are axon terminals sometimes called "biologist transducers"?
October 19, 2010 by Gigg

physiology
please help with a link to scientific articles about metabolic demands of excercise in cardiovascular system
April 21, 2011 by kabelo

physiology
Discuss the similarities and differences between the pelvic and pectoral girdles and relate findings to function.
May 16, 2011 by lulu78

anatomy & physiology
What would happen if our themoregulation used a postive feedback to maintain homeostasis
January 6, 2012 by Lynn

Anatomy & Physiology
Provide a detailed description of mechanism involved in the formation and maintenance of the resting potential.
July 15, 2012 by Jalesa

anatomy and physiology
what are the lifestyle factors that af fect muscle growth, development, size and or healing of tissue
July 24, 2013 by adrienne

Anatomy & Physiology
In which phase of the cell cycle are the chromosomes split? A. Anaphase B. Telophase C. Prophase D. Metaphase It is D?
January 26, 2014 by Diana K

grammar
Can someone help me with parts of speech? Huxley himself came from a long line of intellectuals. His grandfather Thomas Huxley, a follower of Charles Darwin, was a rather famous lecturer and essayist. His great-uncle Matthew Arnold was a great English poet and critic. His ...
September 16, 2013 by anonypous

physiology
Excess potassium ion is eliminated from the body by a) the digestive system b) the kidneys c) the spleen d) sweating e) the liver b
December 11, 2006 by pbear

physiology
during the absolute refractory period a supramaximal stimulus can bring the cell to threshold true or false
October 11, 2008 by natash

Anatomy And Physiology
Chromosomes can be seen only during: A. active transport B. cell division c. meiosis D. neutralization
February 21, 2009 by Bailey

physiology
if the value of ion concentration divided by atomic weight is equal for na+ and ca2+, which will have the higher osmolality?
November 24, 2010 by james

Physiology
The muscle cells of a trained athlete tend to have more mitochondria than those of a couch potato. Why?
February 15, 2011 by Jerome

physiology
Discuss the similarities and differences between the skeletons of the upper and lower extremities and relate findings to function.
May 16, 2011 by lulu78

Physiology
Which structures of the inner ear would be activated by a somersault? A cartwheel? By fast acceleration in a race car?
June 2, 2011 by Paige

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