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Nutrition, Digestion, Absorption, and Nitrogen Excretion

Nutrition, Digestion, Absorption, and Nitrogen Excretion

Nutrition, Digestion, Absorption, and Nitrogen Excretion Adaptations for Feeding Heterotrophic organisms can be classified by how they acquire their nutrition. Decomposers , mostly protists and fungi, absorb nutrients from dead organic matter.

By albert
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Assessment and Treatment of Addictive Behaviors Carl W. Lejuez, PhD

Assessment and Treatment of Addictive Behaviors Carl W. Lejuez, PhD

Assessment and Treatment of Addictive Behaviors Carl W. Lejuez, PhD Class #3 Assessment of Gambling and eating disorders Eating Disorders: Overview Eating controlled by factors including appetite, food, family, peer, and cultural practices, and attempts at voluntary control

By jaden
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Zoonotic Diseases

Zoonotic Diseases

Zoonotic Diseases. Zoonotic Diseases of Avian Origin. What is Zoonosis? A disease of animals that can be transmitted to humans Zoonotic Diseases: Diseases of reasonable significance Infrequent, rare or potential diseases Infrequent or potential diseases indirectly associated with birds.

By Melvin
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Digestive System

Digestive System

Digestive System. THREE ACTIVITIES ARE INVOLVED IN THE DIGESTIVE PROCESS : A. MECHANICAL DIGESTION The first task of the Digestion System is to BREAK DOWN food into a fine pulp to INCREASE its surface area and expose more food molecules to the actions of digestive chemicals.

By elina
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Biology 250: Human Anatomy

Biology 250: Human Anatomy

Biology 250: Human Anatomy. Spring 2005 Digestive System. Overview Of Digestive System. Alimentary System (Canal) Also Gastrointestinal (GI) Tract Continuous muscular digestive tube Digestion and absorption Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, intestines Accessory Digestive System

By libitha
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Human Digestion &

Human Digestion &

Human Digestion &. Human Nutrition. Nutrition. All the activities by which an organism obtains and uses food for growth and repair of cells. Nutrients. The substances in food that an organism needs and uses for its life functions. Function of Nutrients.

By Ava
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Survival Plan

Survival Plan

Survival Plan. WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF ALL OF THE SHOPS SHUT DOWN AND YOU HAD TO SURVIVE OFF NATURE???. By Edwina Ring. My Survival Plan.

By daniel_millan
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The Digestive Tract

The Digestive Tract

The Digestive Tract. The GI tract (gastrointestinal tract) The muscular alimentary canal Mouth Pharynx Esophagus Stomach Small intestine Large intestine Anus The accessory digestive organs Supply secretions contributing to the breakdown of food Teeth & tongue Salivary glands

By JasminFlorian
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Anticholinergic Poisoning

Anticholinergic Poisoning

Anticholinergic Poisoning. Andrew Dawson, Newcastle Mater Hospital Robert Hoffman, New York Poison Centre. Belladonna. Atropa belladonna (Solanaceae). Kinetics. Rapidly absorbed Prolonged absorption in overdose Large volume of distribution and rapid distribution Low hepatic clearance .

By Albert_Lan
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Chemical Signals in Animals: Endocrine System and Hormonal Control

Chemical Signals in Animals: Endocrine System and Hormonal Control

Chemical Signals in Animals: Endocrine System and Hormonal Control. E ndocrine vs. N ervous. The nervous system brings about immediate responses, but the endocrine system is slower acting and regulates processes that occur over days or even months. Hormones.

By ostinmannual
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Head - Neck

Head - Neck

Head - Neck. Hashmi. Anatomy - Physiology. Ant Triangle  SCM, Sternal Notch, Inf border of digastric muscle – contains carotid sheath Post Triangle  Post border SCM, trapezius, clavicle – contains CN XI + brachial plexus Phrenic nerve  lies on Ant scalene muscle

By jana
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Digestion

Digestion

Digestion. The tube starts here:. You are a tube inside a tube…. This tube is called the GUT . And although there are a few twists and turns along the way….

By sienna
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Principles of Biology

Principles of Biology

Principles of Biology. By Frank H. Osborne, Ph. D. Digestion. Digestion.

By airlia
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SALIVARY GLAND DISEASES

SALIVARY GLAND DISEASES

SALIVARY GLAND DISEASES. Yrd . Doç.Dr . Rasim Yılmazer. Learning goal and objectives of the lesson. Learning goal of the lesson: The learner should know the main clinical features and investigation of salivary gland disorders Learning objectives of the lesson the learner will be able to:

By trevina
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Nose, Mouth & Throat

Nose, Mouth & Throat

Nose, Mouth & Throat. N1037. Nose A & P. Review structure and function of External nose, nasal fossa, internal nose (p 377) . Nose A & P. Nasal Cavity. Extends over the roof of the mouth Lined with coarse nasal hairs Mucous blanket filters out dust and bacteria Divided by the septum

By amos
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Lecture 12

Lecture 12

Lecture 12. Gastrointestinal Agents Chapters 41 & 42. GI Agents. GI tract = Oral cavity of mouth, esophagus, stomach, sm. intestine (duodenum, jejunum, ilium), lg. intestine (cecum, colon, rectum), & anus

By makani
(224 views)

Parasitology

Parasitology

Parasitology. What are parasites and what do they cause?. Parasitology. Protozoans – These are one-celled organisms belonging to the kingdom Protista. Of the 20,000 species, only a few cause disease. They were traditionally classified into phyla based upon their means of motility.

By nerita
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SALIVARY GLAND DISEASES

SALIVARY GLAND DISEASES

SALIVARY GLAND DISEASES. omr. Introduction. Classification of salivary glands:. According to size. Major :- Parotid / Submandibular /Sublingual Minor :- Lingual / buccal / labial / palatine / glossopalatine According to nature of secretion. Serous :- Parotid Mucous :- Sublingual / minor

By stacy
(499 views)

The Digestive System

The Digestive System

The Digestive System. 15.1 Functions: mechanical and chemical breakdown of food absorption of nutrients Consists of alimentary canal and accessory organs. 15.2 Characteristics of the Canal. 1.  Mucosa - protects tissues and carries absorption 2.  Submucosa - glands, blood vessels, nerves

By hieu
(284 views)

Composition and function of saliva

Composition and function of saliva

Composition and function of saliva. Major salivary components. Histatins. Statherins. Lysozyme. Proline-rich proteins. Carbonic anhydrases. Amylases. Peroxidases. Lactoferrin. Mucin 2 (MG2). sIgA. Mucin 1 (MG1). 1. 10. 100. 1000. 10000. Size (kDa). Amylases, Cystatins,

By germain
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