Exocrine system

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  • Persuasive Speech About Sweat

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    Whenever I hear, read and think about summer, the first thing that comes to my mind is Sweat. Though it is healthy to sweat, sometimes it’s uncomfortable when you are left with wet patches around the body, problematic when you have blisters on your feet and sometimes it becomes embarrassing when your socks and t-shirts emit stench. However, if you are a sweaty person, then surely you go through different struggles to avoid awkward situations; to keep yourself into limelight without being irritating

  • Analysis Of The Article ' How Animals Keep Their Cool ' By Johanna Mayer

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    Niki Nino CEDC 703 Fall 2017 It’s hard to believe, but the season of fall has been with us since the near end of September, however many of us haven’t seem to put away our summer attire and for good reason too. No one wants to sweat more than they have to. I say have to because sweating is a part of life. Many creatures get hot, but the way they stay cool and regulate their temperature varies. In the science article “How Animals Keep Their Cool” by Johanna Mayer, she explains how animals

  • Unit Project 4 Essay

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    Condition Objectives and Issues 1. What type of disease is Sam suffering from? Cystic Fibrosis 2. What tissues and organs does this disease affect? Once you identify all the tissues and organs, briefly explain their respective dysfunction. Exocrine Glands – glands may become blocked, produce excessive secretions Sweat Glands – extreme decrease in salt reabsorbtion, resulting in high salt content in sweat. Lungs – Mucus plugging, chronic bacterial infections, pronounced inflammatory response

  • Intergumentary System Essay

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    together form organ system (p3). These organ systems make up the organism (p3). Each organ system has an important function in the body. These systems all work together in order to keep and support the conditions that the cells, tissues, and organs need to function properly. There is one system that is not as well known as other; it is the intergumentary system. Most people know the organs of the intergumentary system, but they do not know that these organs work together to form this system. The

  • Why The Animal Has Been Presented At The Vet

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    Case Study Summary: 10 year old female dog was admitted into the clinics hospital as tumour on her mammary gland had increased in size considerably and has begun to impinge movement of the right front limb. A temperature of 40.2 degrees was determined, dog admitted for fluid therapy, tests and expectantly bilateral mastectomy surgery. Patient Details and History: Patient Signalment: Name: Zoey Species: Canine Breed: Bichon Frise Cross Colour: White Sex: Female Desexed: No Weight: 7.2kg DOB: 19

  • Cardiac Muscle Structure

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    one nucleus makes up the cardiac muscle. Skeletal muscles are the muscles that are under the control of the somatic nervous system (voluntary) and are striated. Also they have many nuclei and are triggered into motion via electrical impulses from the motor neuron terminals connected to the muscle fibres. These motor neurons are coordinated by the central nervous system and are networked. A bundle of collagen fibres known as tendons is usually attached to bones of the muscle. The muscle is made

  • A Summary System : The Organs Of The Digestive System

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    Overall, the digestive system is a remarkable system that begins with the mouth and ends with the large intestine (colon). There are many chemical and mechanical processes that occur between the ingestion of food with the mouth and excretion of feces from the colon. Absorption of nutrients, motility of smooth muscles, and secretion of fluids all take place between the beginning and end of this interesting system. Organs that line the digestive tract are the mouth, pharynx esophagus, stomach, small

  • Gall Bladder And Pancreas Research Paper

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    The pancreas and the gall bladder are two of the most important organs of the digestive system. Together they help with the digestion process. The pancreas and the gall bladder work together with different functions, the gallbladder stores bile that comes from the liver so that it can be used for meals later on and the pancreas produces pancreatic juice that contains digestive enzymes that help break down food. In order to maintain the body stable and healthy, we need the help of the gallbladder

  • Essay on Bio lap report endocrine system

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    The Endocrine System Laszlo Vass, Ed.D. Version 42-0023-01-01 Purpose What is the purpose of this exercise? Are there any safety concerns associated with this exercise? If so, list what they are and what precautions should be taken. The purpose of this exercise is to point out the major endocrine structures and being able to identify them and understand their functions

  • Diabetes : Diabetes And Diabetes

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    Diabetes comes in multiple forms: type 1, or diabetes insipidus; type 2, or diabetes mellitus; or gestational, which occurs during pregnancy and may be either type 1 or type 2. Diabetes is a metabolic disease where the person has high blood glucose. (Blood glucose is also know was blood sugar.) When the person has high blood sugar it’s either because the insulin result is insufficient, or the body’s cells don’t respond to the insulin like it should, or both can happen. There are different types of