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Skeletal System Questions

Skeletal System Questions

Skeletal System Questions 2. There are two main divisions of the skeletal system, the axial (center- skull and spine) and appendicular ( arms and legs) 3. The three types of movement by moveable joints are: Hinge joint – knee, elbow Ball and socket – hip, shoulder Gliding – wrist, ankle

By jacob
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IFWA 1318-Nutrition

IFWA 1318-Nutrition

IFWA 1318-Nutrition Vitamins and Minerals Characteristics of Vitamins Very small amounts are needed by the body and very small amounts are in foods. The roles they play in the body are very important.

By oshin
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Jasmeet K aur

Jasmeet K aur

Jasmeet K aur Fluids and Transfusion SpR in Anaesthesia, RNOH Blood Transfusion Topics Why? When? Who? Risks Massive Haemmorrhage Example 1 A fit patient with a compound fracture of the tibia and a post operative Hb of 7.5 g/dl should be transfused? Example 2

By adamdaniel
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GCSE PHYSICAL EDUCATION

GCSE PHYSICAL EDUCATION

GCSE PHYSICAL EDUCATION May 25 th 2005 Why do we take part in physical activity? Social – Meet people, make friends. - Co – operation, competition, physical challenge, aesthetic appreciation. Mental – Relieve stress and tension and stress related illness.

By issac
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Blood Transfusion

Blood Transfusion

Blood Transfusion Manny Ramos RN, MSN Blood Types categorized according to antigens on red blood cells Type A: A antigens Type B: B antigens Type O: no antigens (universal donor) Type AB: A and B antigens (universal recipient)

By Jeffrey
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The Human Body

The Human Body

The Human Body. 7 th Grade Science Grovetown Middle School. Table of Contents –Write on back of Cover Page. Body Organization 1 Types of Tissues 2 Sexual and Asexual Reproduction 3 Skeletal System 4-5 Muscular System 6-7 Integumentary System 8-9

By Rita
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Leukemia

Leukemia

Leukemia. Jeff Liu, Period 5. What Is Leukemia?. Cancer of the white blood cells Acute or Chronic Affects ability to produce normal blood cells Bone marrow makes abnormally large number of immature white blood cells called blasts. History. Means “white blood” in Greek

By ryanadan
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THE SKELETON

THE SKELETON

THE SKELETON. Objectives. Identify the bones that articulate at different joints in the body. Name the 6 types of synovial joint and give examples of each. Describe the structure and function of parts of a synovial joint. Be able to classify joints according the movement they allow.

By ivanbritt
(397 views)

The Human Skeleton

The Human Skeleton

The Human Skeleton . By Veethuran Rajeswaran . What I’m going to talk about. Interesting facts about the skeleton The reasons why we need a skeleton The Skull A Hinge joint A Sliding joint A Ball and Socket joint. Interesting facts about the bones in the human skeleton.

By Solomon
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L2 Animal Diversity Making sense of diversity

L2 Animal Diversity Making sense of diversity

L2 Animal Diversity Making sense of diversity. Linnaeus. Key. fins or legs?. legs. fins. amniote?. yes. bone/cartilage?. scales?. no. no. cartilage. bone. yes. hair/feathers?. hair. feathers. shark. frog. fish. mammal. bird. crocodile. fins. bone. Key. fins or legs?.

By Sharon_Dale
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Epstein-Barr Virus

Epstein-Barr Virus

Epstein-Barr Virus. Terry Kotrla, MS, MT(ASCP)BB. Diseases. African or Burkitt’s Lymphoma malignant B-cell neoplasm presents as a rapidly growing tumour of the jaw, face or eye grows very quickly, and without treatment most children die within a few months

By Sharon_Dale
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Tissues, Organs, and Systems

Tissues, Organs, and Systems

Tissues, Organs, and Systems. The Human Body Video. Organization of Your Body. There are four levels of organization, it is called a HIERARCHY. 1. Cells; 2. Tissues; 3. Organs; 4. Organ Systems. Bodies of vertebrates (animals with spines) are composed of different cell types

By Sophia
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Lifecycle Nutrition

Lifecycle Nutrition

Lifecycle Nutrition. Developmental Nutrition FCSN 345. Dr. Virginia Bennett Office 134 PE Office hours: T & Th 1:00 e-mail: bennettv@cwu.edu. Measures of a Successful Outcome of Pregnancy. Healthy Baby Healthy Mother Baby Survives the First Year of Life. Healthy Baby.

By Mercy
(769 views)

Culture and Ethnicity

Culture and Ethnicity

Culture and Ethnicity. Concepts of Culture and Ethnicity. Culture – a set of values, beliefs & traditions that are held by a specific social group and handed down from generation to generation

By Pat_Xavi
(226 views)

Unit 1 Part 6 Hypersensitivity Reactions

Unit 1 Part 6 Hypersensitivity Reactions

Unit 1 Part 6 Hypersensitivity Reactions. Terry Kotrla, MS, MT(ASCP)BB. Hypersensitivity Reactions. When the immune system "goes wrong" . Immune response should be protective. In this process damage to host occurs.

By Samuel
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Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Chapter 11. Blood. Lecture Presentation. Betty McGuire Cornell University. Blood. Functions of blood Composition of blood Blood cell disorders Blood types Blood clotting. Functions of Blood. Transportation Protection Regulation pH Temperature. Composition of Blood. Plasma

By libitha
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Nitrate, Nitrite = Nitrogen

Nitrate, Nitrite = Nitrogen

Nitrate, Nitrite = Nitrogen. Pollutant/Problem. The Environmental Protection Agency has set the Maximum Contaminant Level of nitrate as nitrogen (NO3-N) at 10 mg/L (or 10 parts per million) for the safety of drinking water. Causes: “Blue Baby Syndrome” (humans, infants)

By adamdaniel
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Hemolytic disease of the newborn is caused primarily by clearance 	of fetal Rh+ red blood cells that have bound maternal

Hemolytic disease of the newborn is caused primarily by clearance of fetal Rh+ red blood cells that have bound maternal

Hemolytic disease of the newborn is caused primarily by clearance of fetal Rh+ red blood cells that have bound maternal Rh IgG. Cytotoxic clearance of the IgG bound fetal blood cells occurs primarily via destruction by macrophages in the fetal spleen.

By Jims
(266 views)

“The Mozart Effect”

“The Mozart Effect”

“The Mozart Effect”. What is the “Mozart Effect”?. “Music and Spatial Task Performance” Mozart’s Sonata for Two Pianos in D Major Stanford-Binet intelligence test Significant rise in scores. Spatial-temporal reasoning involves transforming and comparing mental images in space and time.

By Leo
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CARDIO-VASCULAR SYSTEM

CARDIO-VASCULAR SYSTEM

CARDIO-VASCULAR SYSTEM. Circulatory system. Circulation – pumping of blood through the entire body by the heart. What Does C-V System do?. Circulate blood throughout entire body for Transport of oxygen to cells Transport of CO2 away from cells Transport of nutrients (glucose) to cells

By Faraday
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