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    Neurular Tissue Analysis

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    processing all the information obtained from all the distinct parts of the body, is made up two types of specialised cells known as the nerve cells (neurons) and the glial cells (support cells). A neuron is defined by Martini as a “cell in neural tissue that is specialized for intercellular communication through changes in membrane potential and synaptic connections” [5] where as a glial cell is a support cell that surrounds and insulates some structures of the neuron. This essay is mainly going…

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    specific types of tissues and organs. Without cell differentiation, no organism would be able to survive as cell differentiation is very vital for any living creature as it’s needed to make unique cells…

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    mitosis and create the cells of the more superficial layers. Its function is to protect underlying tissues in areas that may be harmed. A non-keratinized form can be located in moist linings of the esophagus, mouth, vagina, urethra, and anus. However, a keratinized form can be located in the epidermis of the skin a dry membrane (Antranik,…

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    microvascular and neural components to support the epidermis. The dermal papillae increase the surface area that the epidermis and dermal papillae interact for a greater exchange between soluble molecules. The papillary region consists of loose connective tissue which is characterized by a thin, poorly organized bundles of collagen fiber, which consist primarily of type I and type III collagen.12 Collagen fibers that are located in the papillary dermis contain a greater amount of collagen type…

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    Essay On Epidermis

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    epithelium consisting of 4 distinct cell types (keratinocytes, melanocytes, Merkel cells, and Langerhans’ cells) and 4-5 distinct layers. The underlying dermis makes up a bulk of the skin. It is a tough, leathery layer composed of fibrous connective tissue. The dermis is the only vascularized region of the skin because of the nerves and blood vessels in the region. Thick skin covers the palms, soles of feet, and the fingertips.…

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    What are the nonpolar parts of a phospholipid? c. Tail group 4. This is the only polar portion of a cholesterol molecule and it forms hydrogen bonds with the polar heads of phospholipids. d. –OH group 5. This type of membrane protein will extend throughout the entire membrane touching both the Intracellular fluid and the Extracellular fluid. e. Integral proteins f. Transmembrane proteins g. Integral proteins and Transmembrane proteins Ans: D…

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    Tissue Money: Who Really Owns It? In discussions of tissue ownership, one controversial issue has been should the patients be compensated? On one hand, some argue that since people don't have legal ownership of their tissues after they are taken they shouldn't be compensated. On the other hand, some contend that those who make millions off of the tissues should compensate those who gave the tissues. Ultimately, the issue at question here is should those who give tissues be compensated for…

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    responsible for providing instructions to a protein that assists the development and replacement of bone in the human body. What happens, is that the gene mutation that occurs in ACVR 1 alters stem cells ability to differentiate into the specific types of tissues or cells that are needed to repair injuries and replace cells (Kaplan, Nassau, & Shore, 2014). This causes stem cells to express the mutant receptor that only triggers cells that replace cartilage and bone. Therefore, it overproduces…

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    your systems, your body’s other systems could not help because their cells do not have the ability to do what the other systems cells did (Kinworthy, 5). An example of three systems that are needed for your body to be at optimal health would be the tissues, cardiovascular, and Integumentary systems (Kinworthy, 5). All of the systems work together to keep your body working the most efficient way (Kinworthy, 1).…

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    Paleopathology

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    paleopathology, especially skeletal paleopathology, in many ways, by understanding the skeletal muscles and the causes and effects of diseases including examinations of tissues. Paleopathologists determined that disorders as well as diseases do affect the bones and soft tissues. There are several ways to identify if a bone or soft tissues is affected by a disease simply by the abnormalities of it such as: shape, size, formation, and the absence of bone. ( ) Paleopathologists discovered that…

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