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describe the urine formation
Sarah Reply
Body water
Kashif
the urine formation is described as the wrist fluid that comes out of body
Hellen
glomerular filtration, reabsorption, secretion.
Maria
nice
Hussain
good Hellen kehn
Dr
is it wast fluids or wrist?
Baldwin
how many bones does human have?
Akech
Good
Opeyemi
206
Emmi
about the urine formation Baldwin asked that is it wast fluid or wrist that comes out from the body
Frimpong
waste fluids.. Tubular Reabsorption: Glucose, Amino acids, Proteins, Vitamins, Lactate, Urea, Uric acid, NA+, K+, Ca2+, Mg2+, Cl-, HCO3-, H20 Tubular Secretions: Urea, Uric acids, Creatinine, H+, NH4+, K+ Each different section of the Nephron has a different mineral that absorbs or secrets
Emmi
thank you Emmi
Baldwin
No problem, Happy to help.. I have a photo of exactly which area does what but I don't think I can attach on this platform..
Emmi
***socratic.org/questions/how-is-urine-produced-in-the-kidneys On this web page if you stroll down, there is a picture describing it. its my favorite diagram. Very clear and informative
Emmi
how can we access another platform to share more information
Baldwin
if you copy and paste that url.. it'll take you to the website I mentioned
Emmi
done.....
Baldwin
define what is a port of entry for microorganisms?
Baldwin
A port of entry is specific to that microorganism. for example, a bacterial infection of the urinary tract would have the vaginal area as the port of entry.
Emmi
droplets from one person to another is one 👍
Maria
or you can say that a viral microbe/flu would have a port of entry through the nasal cavity, mouth, or eyes because it is part of the respiratory system.
Emmi
in children more then 206 and in young man 206
Dr
emmi,you losing me .,. please make me clear on the question👆
Baldwin
what is single cell
Jimmy Reply
A unicellular organism, also known as a single-celled organism, is an organism that consists of a single cell, unlike a multicellular organism that consists of multiple cells. ... Many eukaryotes are multicellular, but many are unicellular such as protozoa, unicellular algae, and unicellular fungi.
Noor
Why is important to check if the blood if compatible before transfusion ?
Kelvin Reply
to avoid cases of intravenous clupping in blood which can be fatal....bcos blood is incopartable
John
Thank you.good answer
Kelvin
what are the clinical significant of thyroid gland
Jennifer Reply
what is a metabolism?
Kheth Reply
Metabolism is the sum total of all the chemical processes in the body. It is divided into an anabolic(building up) and catabolic(breaking down) metabolism)
Jonas
Oh ok
King
sir what is constructive and destructive metabolism
Soul
is anyone
Soul
Describe the system s that maintain the internal environment of a human body
Nora Reply
an organism is a living being that had a cellular structure and that can independently perform all physiological functions needed for life.
Nwecho Reply
a tissue is a group of similar cells that work together to perform a particular function
Nwecho
chemical level, cellular level, tissue level, organs level, organ systems, organisms
Nwecho Reply
they're reproduction but also produces hormones dus they're endocrine system
Nwecho
cells are smallest independent functional unit of a living organism
Nwecho
an organ is an anatomically distinct structure of the body composed of two or more tissue
Nwecho
an organ system is a group of organs that work together to perform a major function.
Nwecho
Structural Organization of the human body.
Tammy
What is a cavity
Isaac Reply
Permanently damaged areas in teeth that develop into tiny holes
MASLAH
what is meant by epithelial tissue
Zahid
What is the difference between regional anatomy and systematic anatomy?
Andrew Reply
Regional anatomy is the study of the interrelationships of all of the structures in a specific body region, such as the abdomen. ... In contrast, systemic anatomy is the study of the structures that make up a discrete body system—that is, a group of structures that work together to perform a unique
Tammy
Pls is that all
Petra
regional anatomy studies structures that contribute to specific body region example the thoracic region while systematic anatomy studies structures that contribute to specific body systems example respiratory system
Nwecho
so meaning of dissect
Mary Reply
it is the dismembering or the cutting of living organism to study the anatomical structure of it body
Kwasi
what are lymph nodes
Memory Reply
what is the best book that shows unit 1 about cell unit 2 about tissue unit 3 about embroyology
Abraham Reply
2
Hellen
to understand structure of body able to understand function of system. to understand how to build human body and function
Dereje Reply
hi
Neela
to determine body structures
Petra Reply
to know the use of each and every part of our body
Petra
to understand how our body structures work to support our lives
Petra
Is this a question?
Tammy
So what was the question?
Thamie
All the body work together to make the whole organism life possible
Kwasi
what is the importance of conversation
Hellen
To be able to identify the parts of the body and their functions
Hodasi
ok
Hodasi
Ideas are shared during conversation also informations are given
Hodasi
it reduces cost
Kwasi

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