LooseLeaf for Human Anatomy - 5th Edition - by Michael McKinley Dr., Valerie O'Loughlin, Elizabeth Pennefather-O'Brien - ISBN 9781259285271
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LooseLeaf for Human Anatomy
5th Edition
Michael McKinley Dr., Valerie O'Loughlin, Elizabeth Pennefather-O'Brien
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9781259285271

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Various properties of muscle tissue are as follows: Muscle tissue can conduct an electric charge and...The muscles of facial expression attach to the superficial fascia of the skin. These muscles...The retraction and protraction of the scapula are monitored by different sets of muscles. When the...Most of the surface features of the orbital region are responsible for protecting the eye. There are...The three functions which are performed by CNS and PNS together are given below: Information...The three primary brain vesicles are formed by the fourth week of brain development. These vesicles...The spinal cord are categorized in the following parts: The cervical part The thoracic part The...Somatotopy is a precise correspondence of receptors in body regions, through axons, to specific...The differences between the organization of motor neurons in the ANS and SNS are as follows: No....Sensory receptors exist in different forms. These comprise dendritic ending of a single sensory...The general name of the cells that respond to a specific hormone are known as targets cells. The...The red blood cells are also known as erythrocytes. They supply the oxygen and nutrients to the body...The basic differences between arteries and veins are as follows: No. Characteristics Arteries Veins...The site where two or more arteries (or two or more veins) converge to supply the same body region...The immune response may be defined as the ability of the lymphatic system to recognize an antigen...The function of the respiratory system are as follows: • Gas exchange: Oxygen enters the blood, and...The gastrointestinal (GI) tract is also known as the digestive tract and or alimentary canal. The...The different organs and functions of the urinary tract are as follows: • Ureters: Ureters are...Puberty may be defined as the stage at which male and female reproductive system becomes functional....

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