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You are so inspirational

You are so smart

You are loved and appreciated

You are so blessed !

You are a great friend to have

Liver histology

Pancreas histology

Ileum histology (small intestine); contains lymph nodes aka payer's patches

Duodenum histology

Digestive enzymes

Amylase: breakdown starches/ carbohydrates into monosaccharides

Lipase: breakdown lipids/fats into fatty acids and glycerol

Protease: breakdown proteins into amino acids

Nuclease: breakdown nucleic acids into nucleotides


Ahh you are doing perfect!

The larynx

-glottis: space between vocal folds

You are perfect :)

The amount of air which enters the lungs during normal inhalation atrest.
InspiratoryReserve Volume
The maximal amount of additional air that can be drawn into thelungs by determined effort after normal inspiration
ExpiratoryReserve Volume
The additional amount of air that can be expired from the lungsby determined effort after normal expiration.
The volume of air still remaining in the lungs after the most forcibleexpiration possible.
The greatest volume of air that can be expelled from the lungs aftertaking the deepest possible breath.


Therelease of energy from food andtakes place in all cells of the body. In the course of respiration, food isbroken down to carbon dioxide and water. If oxygen is used for this process,the respiration is called aerobic. If oxygen is not usedin the process, the respiration is called anaerobic.

Pulmonary ventilation

(Breathing); consists of inspiration (inhalation) and expiration (exhalation); average rate = 12-16 times/minute

-Hypo-ventilation: decreased rate of breathing; causes increases in CO2 and increases acidity (decreases Ph) of blood and bodily fluids

-Hyper-ventilation: increased rate of bretahing causes increase in alkalinity (increase Ph) of blood and bodily fluids