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Homeostasis: Osmoregulation in elasmobranchs

Homeostasis: Osmoregulation in elasmobranchs

Homeostasis: Osmoregulation in elasmobranchs. The difference between marine, eurahyline and fresh water species. Osmoregulation. Relationship between solute to solvent concentrations of internal body fluids The environment the organism lives in Isotonic? Hypertonic? Hypotonic?.

By tricia
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The 12 “Most Unwanted” Bacteria

The 12 “Most Unwanted” Bacteria

The 12 “Most Unwanted” Bacteria. Campylobacter jejuni. Most common bacterial cause of diarrhea in the U.S. especially in young children. Raw milk, untreated water, raw and undercooked meat, poultry or shellfish. Incubation period 2-5 days Requires special conditions to grow.

By crevan
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Diagnosis and Management of Malignant Pleural Effusion

Diagnosis and Management of Malignant Pleural Effusion

Diagnosis and Management of Malignant Pleural Effusion. 衛生署桃園醫院內科加護病房主任 莊子儀醫師 2006 年 7 月 20 日. Etiology of Malignant Effusion. Lung cancer: 37.5%, especially adenocarcinoma Breast cancer: 16.8% Lymphoma: 11.5%, most common in young adult. Etiology of Malignant Effusion.

By lexine
(311 views)

Pediatric Potpourri

Pediatric Potpourri

Pediatric Potpourri. Barb Bancroft RN, MSN, PNP BBancr9271@aol.com. The approach—newborn-- first 28-30 days of life. Newborn vision is the only special sense that is not mature at birth—visual acuity for a newborn is 20/100 to 20/200

By phillipa
(269 views)

Eye Protection

Eye Protection

Eye Protection. Training on the use of eye protection in the workplace. Eye Protection. Workplace eye hazards Types of eye protection Use and care of eye protection! . What can be more precious than your sight?. What if you could no longer see this?. Types of Eye Hazards. Flying objects.

By chrissy
(285 views)

Body fluid & Compartments

Body fluid & Compartments

Body fluid & Compartments. Body composition. In average young adult male :. TOTAL BODY WATER(TBW). 60% OF THE BODY WEIGHT IN ADULT MALE 50% OF THE BODY WEITH IN ADULT FEMALE. FLUID COMPARTMENTS. EXTRA CELLUAR FLUID. INTRA CELLULAR FLUID. INTERSTITIAL FLUID. PLASMA.

By ling
(117 views)

Human Excretion

Human Excretion

Human Excretion. Breathing. What do we get rid of with the respiratory system? CO 2 H 2 O Excess heat. The Liver. -breaks down red blood cells Recycles usable materials Produces urea following amino acid deamination (nitrogen break down). Sweat Glands.

By rozene
(113 views)

Hematopoiesis

Hematopoiesis

Hematology - The study of Blood. Hematopoiesis. Erythropoiesis. Production of Blood Cells. Production of Red Blood Cells. Chapter 32 and pages 861-864. Lecture outline. I. Functions of blood II. Properties of whole blood III. Whole blood components A. Plasma

By nerys
(419 views)

Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Chapter 3. Before Giving Care. Disease Transmission. The disease process begins when a pathogen enters the body. PATHOGEN can either be - -Virus -Bacteria. Disease Transmission. Bacteria : - Do not depend on organisms for life -Can live outside the body

By zayit
(97 views)

ANTHRAX

ANTHRAX

ANTHRAX. By: Justin Tursellino. Anthrax is a….

By bell
(228 views)

Gel Electrophoresis

Gel Electrophoresis

Visualizing DNA. Gel Electrophoresis. What is it?. Gel electrophoresis is one of the techniques scientists use to look at the DNA they have. This technique separates DNA by size. How does it work?. First a gel is prepared. Gels are made of agarose , a seaweed extract similar to gelatin.

By masato
(127 views)

Opinion Leader Training

Opinion Leader Training

Opinion Leader Training. Welcome to Session 1. Why Do We Need to Do This?. d -up: Defend Yourself !. Takes prevention to a different level, where you play a very important role Changes the way our community thinks about protecting its members. d -up: Defend Yourself ! (cont.).

By kasi
(197 views)

Chemical Composition of The Teeth

Chemical Composition of The Teeth

Chemical Composition of The Teeth. The main dental tissues:. Teeth are made of: Enamel – Dentine – Cementum Enamel and dentine have different composition Cementum and dentine are very similar in composition. The relations of the main dental tissues. Composition of dental tissues .

By anise
(296 views)

Doodle Bugs

Doodle Bugs

By: Collin Pierre Class 2-105. Doodle Bugs. The Life Cycle of a Doodle Bug. Doodlebugs are also called Antlions . The stages in the life cycle of an ant lion are eggs, larva, cocoon, and adult. The doodle bug is the larva stage of the ant lion The adults resemble dragonfly adult.

By kato
(388 views)

Chapter 44

Chapter 44

Chapter 44. Osmoregulation and Excretion. Osmosis . Over time the rates of water uptake and loss must balance. Osmosis- movement of water across a selectively permeable membrane Osmolarity - total solute concentration expressed as molarity (unit of measurement- mosm /L)

By dalton
(149 views)

Block: URIN 313 Physiology of THE URINARY SYSTEM Lecture 3

Block: URIN 313 Physiology of THE URINARY SYSTEM Lecture 3

Block: URIN 313 Physiology of THE URINARY SYSTEM Lecture 3. Dr. Amel Eassawi Dr. Shaikh Mujeeb Ahmed. TUBULAR REABSORPTION - 1. OBJECTIVES. Qualitatively describe the forces that determine movement of reabsorbed fluid from interstitium into peritubular capillaries.

By anja
(172 views)

Blood Borne pathogen and Universal precautions

Blood Borne pathogen and Universal precautions

Blood Borne pathogen and Universal precautions. What are Blood Borne Pathogens. Definition: microorganisms present in human blood and can infect and cause disease to those exposed to blood containing the pathogen Examples include HIV, Hepatitis B &C, and syphilis. General Information.

By masako
(146 views)

HEALTHY RUNNING

HEALTHY RUNNING

HEALTHY RUNNING. YOU CAN’T BUILD A HOUSE ON POOR FOUNDATIONS!. INJURY PREVENTION. Training What are you doing? Is it balanced? Gradual loading Weights Drills Flexibility Core stability Recovery / rest Individual thresholds. Cause of injuries. Body type Training factors Fatigue

By vivi
(65 views)

Sense Of Humor

Sense Of Humor

Sense Of Humor. By Austin and Omar. Definition. hu·mor  (hymr) n. 1. The quality that makes something laughable or amusing; funniness: could not see the humor of the situation. 2. That which is intended to induce laughter or amusement: a writer skilled at crafting humor.

By ulani
(738 views)

Circulatory System and Blood

Circulatory System and Blood

Circulatory System and Blood. Review. Which of the following is NOT a function of the circulatory system. To transport nutrients, waste and chemical messages Control body functions (ex. Movement)

By morela
(107 views)

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