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    spontaneous depolarization

    (also, prepotential depolarization) the mechanism that accounts for the autorhythmic property of cardiac muscle; the membrane potential increases as sodium ions diffuse through the always-open sodium ion channels and causes the electrical potential to rise

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What is the difference between cytoplasmic and endoplasmic
Ajibola Reply
The cytoplasm is 90℅ water and 10℅ of organic and inorganic compounds. The cytoplasm contains mitochondria. ... Lysosomes of Cytoplasm contains 50 different enzymes that digest proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids. The endoplasmic reticulum produces process and transport proteins, lipids for all the
tarsal are cube shaped broad and long whiles metatarsal they are longer than they are wide
Priscilla Reply
articular cartilage serve as shock absorber and also reduces friction
articular cartilage serve as shock absorber and also reduces friction
when a bone joint with another bone
to know how you body function to know the relationship between the body parts to know specific functions of a certain body parts
romeo Reply
To know our body function we shd know chemical secretion of our glands, we can map all the function of our body and also relation ship between the body parts.
can you get fungi infection by seating on a public toilet?
Calls Reply
explain how blood acts as a connective tissue in the body
Rymz Reply
how does blood act as a connective tissue in the body
what is anatomy
Victoriah Reply
fat deficiency in the body
Agbor Reply
Explain how body exercise regulates blood pressure
dranimva Reply
thank you
what is cillia and flangella
Kalah Reply
what are the proceduers of condactive system ?
Salua Reply
please, is cell the only smallest particle in de human body
Chibuzor Reply
what are the function of the epithelial tissues
Vaidah Reply
write short notes on following hypervolemia hypovolemia hypo tension oedema DVT shock embolism tachycardia bradycadia varicose veins stroke thrombosis vertigo
secretion, absorption ,protection
meaning of ossification
osteogenesis or bone formation
pls what is DVT
deep vein thrombosis
throbbing or cramping pain in 1 leg (rarely both legs), usually in the calf or thigh. swelling in 1 leg (rarely both legs) warm skin around the painful area. red or darkened skin around the painful area. swollen veins that are hard or sore when you touch them.
Epithelial tissues are widespread throughout the body. They form the covering of all bodysurfaces, line body cavities and hollow organs, and are the major tissue in glands. They perform a variety of functions that include protection, secretion, absorption,excretion, filtration, diffusion, and sensor
diagram of a neuron
Emmanuel Reply
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from where the mixture(collagen & glycoprotein) of basal lamina is secreted?
kiran Reply
I hope all we enjoy this moment
I am together with u brothers
what a the 4 proximal bones
The proximal end of the radius articulates in both the elbow and proximal radioulnar joints. ... Neck – A narrow area of bone, which lies between the radial head and radial tuberosity. Radial tuberosity – A bonyprojection, which serves as the place of attachment of the biceps brachii muscle.
why is the pancreas refer to as an endocrine and exocrine gland
tang Reply
what is a malignancy
malignancy" refers to the presence of cancerous cells that have the ability to spread to other sites in the body (metastasize) or to invade nearby (locally) and destroy tissues
Hi, pancreas is a basic organ
what is osteoporosis
Osteoporosis is a bone disease that occurs when the body loses too much bone, makes too little bone, or both. As a result, bones become weak and may break from a fall or, in serious cases, from sneezing or minor bumps. Osteoporosis means “porous bone.”
what is erythrocytes

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