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    these animals to perform this job? Experiments have shown that different animals regenerate in different ways. Some may be similar than others and it may have an impact on their lives. The purpose of regenerating tissues is to limit damage and loss of infection. The processes of tissue regeneration include inflammation, wound repair, and remodeling. However, regenerating limbs is a more complex process that involves creating new cells. Flatworms Planarians have the ability to regenerate…

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    article “The Subcategories of the Major Tissue Types in Anatomy and Physiology” by Robert Mullis talks about the different kind of major tissues in the human body. Tissue is a group of similar cells working together. There are four types of tissue that do different things: Epithelial, Connective,Muscle and Nervous. For example, the essential functions of epithelial tissues are secretion, absorption, protection, filtration, and excretion. Epithelial tissues are full of sensory receptors that…

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    intelligence in the form of a large, well-developed brain. An organ of this size and importance is what is known as an expensive tissue, meaning the body requires a substantial amount of energy to produce it (Mink et al. 1981). To explain the relationship between energy and brain development, anthropologists Peter Wheeler and Leslie Aiello developed the expensive tissue hypothesis (Aiello et al. 1995). The hypothesis states that the development of a relatively large brain is extremely costly,…

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    Muscle Tissue Physiology

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    of tissues with a common function including epithelial tissues, connective tissues, Nervous tissues, and muscle tissues. Of these tissues, the muscle tissues are composed of cells or fibers that contract…

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    Tissue engineering strategies for repairing skeletal muscle are split into the in vitro or the in vivo approach. The in vitro approach attempts to engineer mature and contractile muscle constructs by culturing cells on a biomaterial substrate until it has evolved into a functional tissue that can be transplanted into patients. The in vivo approach involves transplanting cells, either unaided, or in combination with a biomaterial scaffold, to create a local niche at the site of injury from where…

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    Soft Tissue Analysis

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    Schweitzer H. Mary, Suo Zhiyong, Avci Recep, Asara M. John, Allen A. Mark, Arce T. Fernando, Horner R. John (2007) Analyses of Soft Tissue from Tyrannosaurus Rex Suggest the Presence of Protein Retrieved from http://libezp.nmsu.edu:2838/content/316/5822/277.full The main argument is to prove that the cells discovered in the tyrannosaurus rex femur is, in fact, real and to explain how the cells have survived over the long periods of time. The first thing that Dr. Mary Schweitzer does is address…

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    Bladder Tissue Type

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    Bladder Tissue Type: The bladder is a muscular pouch that holds urine. In the bladder, there is transitional epithelial tissue. This type of tissue has several layers and they can vary in appearance. It looks like a bunch of cubes squished together. The cells vary when they become more stretched. This also allows for contraction and expansion of the bladder. If the tissue did not perform these functions, then our bladder would rupture. The urine would then seep out into our body and cause a…

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    Muscle Tissue Analysis

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    Introduction: The use of electromyography (EMG) to monitor muscle tissue from surface skin provides important information about the components of electrical activity—namely motor unit (MU) activation—during a muscle contraction (Cashaback, Cluff & Potvin, 2013). Observing electrical activity of a muscle with EMG is a user friendly and non-invasive tool researchers use when investigating muscle physiology (Camata et al., 2009). EMG is commonly used to correlate EMG signal with fatigue by…

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    Tissue engineering scaffolds aim to completely reproduce the anatomical structure and environment of part of the organ or the entire organ itself. This is an extremely promising method as it would serve as a readymade transplantable kidney or section to replace a damaged one that would also mimic the in vivo 6 environment. Two of the most common methods of developing scaffolds are decellularized organs and biocompatible polymers. The advantage of developing a whole scaffold would enable an…

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    Mesothelioma Discomfort as well as Difficulties Mesothelioma can be a sort of melanoma brought about on account of contact with asbestos. Mesothelioma primarily affects the actual mesothelium the industry protecting coating spanning all body organs from the body. Generally, this generates from the pleura, and that is the actual between your outside part of the voice & the actual torso cavity. Mesothelioma may also attack with or maybe the lining involving belly cavity (peritoneum) or maybe the…

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