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    Give the approximate osmolarity of fluid in the proximal convoluted tubule, deepest part of the loop of Henle, distal convoluted tubule, and the collecting ducts.

    The approximate osmolarities are: CT = 300; deepest loop = 1200; DCT = 100; and collecting ducts = 100–1200.

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the diagram of cell membrane
Teboh Reply
***bit.ly/3kfrdfV Link to cell membrane diagram and more info... Remember, you can search the A&P book.
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describe diffusion as used in body fluid movement
brenda Reply
how was the movement?
Jenelyn
classify joint function with example
James Reply
cytoskeleton diagram
Miriam Reply
two types of cells biological name
Miriam
eukaryotic and prokaryotic
Emraan
Difference between extracellular and intracellular
Eli Reply
extra (exit) outside the cell, intra inside the cell
Amy
extracellular is 1/3 of total body water...intracellular 2/3 of total body water
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what is culture?
Nepi
is the way of life of people
Senior
He meant in the context of biology...as in "tissue culture".
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what does depolarization mean...in terms of the cardiovascular system?
Tracy
depolarization means contraction
Abhishek
Depolarization, in the context of nerve and muscle tissue, is the decrease in membrane potential (the separation of charge between the extracellular and intracellular compartments). Basically, the charge in the cell becomes more positive when depolarization occurs.
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In fact, the word 'polarize' used to mean dividing into extremes or opposite sides. The opposite is true for 'depolarize'
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intracellular fluid is the fluid compartment of the body consisting of all water present within the cell...while extracellular fluid is water present out of the cell
brenda
Why apoptosis is important?
Duchess Reply
name the body organ which helps in the oxygenation of body.
Eli Reply
respiratory system (lungs) brings in oxygen...cardiovascular system (blood) circulate it
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Lungs
Emil
the heart
Mpho
Mpho explain
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cells... tissues...organs
Angel Reply
...organ system...organism...species...population...
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connection between respiratory and circulatory system
Philip Reply
what's respiratory system
Philip
what is the site of CHON synthesis?
World
send them boi
alex
dont send via email...use google drive
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Which major organ lies deep to the right hypochondriac region?
Biswajit Reply
deep as in most posterior kidney, or deep as in inferior small intestine?
Amy
liver
Emil
what is the weakest muscle in the body?
zharla Reply
stapedius
Isaac
Connective tissues composed with the blood
EDIGAR Reply
blood cell
nancy
Why is left bronchi narrow?
nancy
what is the most widely distributed connective tissue in the body?
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hai
SURENDRA
why most we study anatomy
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hello
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analyse the structure and function of the brainstem
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