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Infancy 2002

Infancy 2002

Infancy 2002 Growth in infancy Physiology of infancy GI Renal Development of feeding skills Nutrient requirements Infant formulas Non milk feedings/solids Oral health GROWTH IN FIRST 12 MONTHS

By Audrey
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Unit II TISSUES

Unit II TISSUES

Biology 220 Anatomy & Physiology I Unit II TISSUES Chapter 4 pp. 114-143 http://www.usc.edu/hsc/dental/ghisto/index.html http://medicine.creighton.edu/medschool/VideoAtlas/Cart.%20%26%20Bone%20Tissue%20source/webstuff/Fibrocartiage%203.html E. Gorski/ E. Lathrop-Davis/S. Kabrhel

By arleen
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C omprehensive W ildlife C onservation S trategy

C omprehensive W ildlife C onservation S trategy

C omprehensive W ildlife C onservation S trategy Purpose To address a gap in management that focused solely on managed game or t & e species. Most species are not managed game or t & e. New Mexico’s plan includes game, non-game and t & e species.

By emily
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SYSTEMS OF THE HUMAN BODY

SYSTEMS OF THE HUMAN BODY

SYSTEMS OF THE HUMAN BODY. Created by: Betty Jo Leonard. THE SKELETAL SYSTEM. The Skeletal System. Protects,. supports,. allows movement,. produces blood cells. &. stores minerals. THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM. The Muscular System. Allows body movement. &.

By Philip
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Origin and Domestication of Swine

Origin and Domestication of Swine

Origin and Domestication of Swine. Not herded easily – regional development many different types as a result China - 4900 BC, Great Britain – 800 BC Most intelligent – feral in a few generations – e.g. Arkansas Razorbacks some nondomesticated types…. US wild pigs? Javelinas/peccaries

By PamelaLan
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Dyspnea and Wheezing in the Athlete

Dyspnea and Wheezing in the Athlete

Dyspnea and Wheezing in the Athlete. Joel Shaw MAJ, MD Primary Care Sports Medicine March, 2007. Objectives. Definition Epidemiology Pathophysiology Presentation Diagnosis Treatment Differential Diagnosis. Mandatory Sports Medicine Cartoon. Definition.

By sherlock_clovis
(474 views)

Plants

Plants

Plants. Read pg 398-420, 470-489 HW 418 #1-18 HW 492 #1-20, 26 Fruit homework (you’ll see). Characteristics. Most plants are green due to their chlorophyll. All contain cell walls made of cellulose. Plants are autotrophic, producing their own energy from sunlight. 2 major categories:

By EllenMixel
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Alternation of generations in mosses and ferns

Alternation of generations in mosses and ferns

Alternation of generations in mosses and ferns. 1. Adaptation to living on land and the first land plants. 2. History of evolution of major plant types . 3. Alternation of generations. 4. Moss life cycle. 5. Fern life cycle. 1. Adaptation to living on land and the first land plants.

By Mercy
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The Atkins Diet

The Atkins Diet

The Atkins Diet. Cristi Howe, M. D. Obesity. Excess body fat relative to lean body mass Associated with obstructive sleep apnea, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, stroke, diabetes, osteoarthritis, & death 325,000 deaths/year $39 - $52 billion/year Measured by Body Mass Index (BMI)

By Jims
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Osmoregulationand Excretion

Osmoregulationand Excretion

Osmoregulationand Excretion. Osmoregulation : Regulation of solute concentrations and water balance by a cell or organism. Osmoregulation balances the uptake and loss of water and solutes. . If cells uptake too much water they will burst

By zack
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Plant Evolution

Plant Evolution

Plant Evolution . Plants. Origins over 700 MYA 10 Divisions 4 Basic lifecycles Green algae that evolved onto land Evolved for more independence from water Then coevolved with pollinators, dispersal Major events: Living on land, spores Vascular tissues Seeds Flowers & Fruits.

By dusty
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Chapter 36

Chapter 36

Chapter 36. Vascular System in Plants. Three ways water moves through root hairs. Apoplast: water moves through cell walls and never enter cells Symplast: water moves from one cell to another through the cytoplasm

By zaina
(659 views)

TRANSPIRATION

TRANSPIRATION

TRANSPIRATION. What is Transpiration?. An evaporation of water in the form of water vapour from the surface of the plant to the atmosphere Where does transpiration take place?. Transpiration. Transpiration mainly takes place through openings on leaves – STOMATA

By redford
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Tropical Desert Biome

Tropical Desert Biome

Tropical Desert Biome. Kate K. Tori C. Chris T. (http://www.flickr.com/photos/coll/484471564/). Climate Characteristics. Average Annual Temperature: 22.8 C Temperature Range: 21.2 C. http://www.rainbowgardensbookshop.com/f18.jpg. Average Annual Precipitation: 43.8 mm

By cleta
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ADVANCED PHYSIOLOGY FLUID & ELECTROLYTES PART 2 Instructor Terry Wiseth

ADVANCED PHYSIOLOGY FLUID & ELECTROLYTES PART 2 Instructor Terry Wiseth

ADVANCED PHYSIOLOGY FLUID & ELECTROLYTES PART 2 Instructor Terry Wiseth. NORTHLAND COLLEGE. ELECTROLYTE BALANCE. The exchange of interstitial and intracellular fluid is controlled mainly by the presence of the electrolytes sodium and potassium. Na +. K +. K +. Na +. Na +. Na +. K +. K +.

By maddock
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Controlling the Internal Environment II: Salt and water balance

Controlling the Internal Environment II: Salt and water balance

Controlling the Internal Environment II: Salt and water balance. Ammonia toxicity Urea Uric acid Osmoconformer Osmoregulator Passive transport Facilitated diffusion Active transport Uniport Antiport symport. Osmoregulation by an aquatic invertebrate Osmoregulation in marine fish

By yan
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Chapter 41: Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance

Chapter 41: Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance

Chapter 41: Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance. Bonnie M. Wivell, MS, RN, CNS. Distribution of Body Fluids. Intracellular = inside the cell; 42% of body weight Extracellular = outside the cell, 17% of body weight

By ramla
(706 views)

Torrey Pines High School Canyon Field Study

Torrey Pines High School Canyon Field Study

Torrey Pines High School Canyon Field Study. An Inquiry Lesson in the Ecology of the Coastal Sage & Chaparral Communities Of San Diego County. PURPOSE of STUDY:.

By teague
(179 views)

Human Need for Water

Human Need for Water

Human Need for Water. Form Teams. Form a line across the room shortest to tallest. Count off by twos. Sit together with the classmates that got the same number as you did. Have a piece of paper and pencil ready to take some notes. Be prepared to compete in “Water Jeopardy”

By arabella
(150 views)

Education Phase 3 Hydration

Education Phase 3 Hydration

Education Phase 3 Hydration. The importance of water. Our body is nearly two-thirds water, so drinking enough fluid to stay hydrated is very important. Water is essential for life and it is very important to get the right amount of fluid to be healthy. Water in the diet

By elaina
(1008 views)

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