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    necrosis

    accidental death of cells and tissues

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Questions & Answers

muscles of upper limb
SAMWEL Reply
pelvic has 2 Bones each Bone has two parts name the parts
Luchindo Reply
what and what
Sadiq
describe the structure of an atom
Obulejo Reply
what is mitosis?
Obulejo
atom is made of protons, nuetran and elections, which is very particle cannot be destructive nor be creative,
KUSUMA
mitosis increase in size for separation new cell with its component including nucleus and it's content,
KUSUMA
what are the abdominal region
Sadiq
I love how people can ask questions and receive answers 👌 great course btw 🙏
Global Reply
yes I wud also like to much because we can know aboth each and every thing in a deciplinary manner
KUSUMA
explain endocrine system
JOY Reply
ductless gland, secretes hormone chemical substance which r very essential for the life activities of animals, humanbeings ,
KUSUMA
How many bones are in adult body
Godfried Reply
What produce blood in the body
Godfried
blood cell are made in the bone marrow, the bone marrow is the soft, spongy material in the center if the bones it produce about 95% of the body blood cell
Abeedarh
what is compound
Obulejo Reply
compound is the compose of many identical molecules
Daniella
what are the three layers of the heart
Florence Reply
pericardium myocardium endocardium
Clare
epicardium, myocardium, and endocardium
Ted
innermost layer is the endocardium. intermediate layer is the epicadium(also known as the visceral pericadium) outermost layer is the myocardium
Judith
how do the lymphatic release excess fluid to the blood stream
Chiamaka Reply
what is lymphatic
Chiamaka
it's a one way drainage system which drains excess water from the blood vessels to the heart
Lariza
Pls what is lymphatic
Williams
lymphatic is an organs system in vertebrate that is part of the circulatory system and the immune system
Abeedarh
importance of studying anataomy
Daud Reply
importance of anatomy
Daud
knowing how body structures look their colours shapes and adaptational characteristics
Robinson
what is serotonin
VINCE Reply
Serotonin is the key hormone that stabilizes our mood. It enables brain cells and other nervous system cells to communicate with each other.
Jose
thank you
Rukkaya
no problem :)
Jose
wat are the types of Epethelial tissue...?
Michael
name one experimental example illustrating osmosis
YAYAH
Simple Science Experiment: Osmosis with Potato Slices
long
dialysis of urin for the detoxification of blood from urial contents. is the good example for osmosis,
KUSUMA
what is Anatomy
Wisdom Reply
anatomy is a study of structure of the body and their physical relationship between is constituents part
Abeedarh
any with the diagram of the cross section of the heart
Annie
what IS epididymis
Dalouta Reply
définition of epididymis
Dalouta
what are the relative directional terms of the human body
Auwal
A branch of biology that deals with the functions and activities of life or of living matter (as organs, tissues, or cells) and of the physical and chemical phenomena involved.
MOCRIF Reply
what IS a cause of le prosy
Dalouta
anatomy is the scientific study of the structures of the human body
Chioma Reply
it is the study of anatomy as seen by the naked eyes
Chioma
This is the study of the structures of the body with the use of a microscope or an magnitude
Chioma
Is the study of the relationship among the structures of the body
Chioma
Is the joining of two or more structures of the bone to form a healthy body
Chioma

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