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17 new entries added to anatomy and physiology essay, that include pictures. 1. No one is immune to birth defects, yet not everyone is equally susceptible. Birth defects are not merely a medical problem. They have profound effects on the social and psychological well being of their family and friends. In the normal course of
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    Birth Defects

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                  No one is immune to birth defects, yet not everyone is equally susceptible. Birth defects are not merely a medical problem. They have profound effects on the social and psychological well being of their family and friends.
                  In the normal course of fetal development, cells migrate to their appropriate destination so that organs and limbs form where they should. Usually, the genes perform flawless
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    Essay On The Importance Of Amino Acid

    Words: 502    Pages: 2    Paragraphs: 8    Sentences: 17    Read Time: 01:49
                  Amino acid is a biological molecule present in all plants and animals, made up of amine and carboxylic acid.
                  This molecule was discovered in the eighteenth century, since then studies have revealed its immense importance for plant and animal life. Although there are about 500 different forms of amino acids known to scientists, usually differentiated by their atomic structures, what is usually m
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    Gametogenesis In Male And Female Gonads | Essay

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                  Gametogenesis, carried out in gonads, is the formation of gametes for sexual reproduction. It is controlled by gonadotrophic hormones (FSH, LH, ICSH etc.) secreted by pituitary gland. Meiosis forms the most significant part of the process of gametogenesis.
                  1. Spermatogenesis:
                  It is the formation of sperms by the testes. It takes place in seminiferous tubules at the time of puberty and contin

    Main Phases In Which The Menstrual Cycle Is Been Divided

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                  Menstrual cycle is the cyclic change in the reproductive tract of primate females. The reproductive period of the human female continues from about the age of about 15 years to 45-50 years.
                  This period is marked by a characteristic event repeated almost every month (28 days with minor variation) in the form of a menstrual flow (i.e. shedding of the endometrium of the uterus with bleeding). It m

    Very Short Essay On Axial Skeleton Contain

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                  It lies along the principle axis of the body. It includes skull, vertebral column, ribs and sternum.
                  Skull consists of two main parts - cranium and face. Cranium (brain box) is formed by 8 bones and provides a bony protection for the brain. White collagen fiber prevents the mobility of skull (cranial) bones.
                  There are 14 bones which form the skeleton of face. This region

    Organs That Are Present In The Excretory System Of Human

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                  It consists of a pair of kidney, ureters, urinary bladder and urethra:
                  1. Kidneys:
                  Kidneys are mesodermal in origin and developed from nephrostomes of early embryo. A pair of metanephric kidneys is situated on each side of dorsal aorta, outside the coelom, in abdominal region. It is covered by peritoneum on the ventral side.
                  Right kidney is slightly lower than the left (reverse in rabbit

    Short Essay On Blastulation

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                  It is the formation of blastula, as an embryonic stage next to morula. About four days after fertilization, the morula enters the uterine cavity. Due to rearrangement of blastomeres a central cavity filled with fluid (from oviduct) is formed inside the morula.
                  Cells flatten and compact on the inside of the cavity while the zona pellucida remains in same size with the appearance of the cavity in

    Essay On Working Of Ear

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                  Sound waves strike pinna and are conducted through auditory canal to the tympanum which begins to vibrate. Vibrations from the tympanum are then conducted by the ear ossicles upto the membrane of fenestra ovalis. The vibrations now enter the perilymph of scala vestibuli causing the Reissner's membrane to vibrate.
                  Vibrations now enter the endolymph of scala media followed by the vib

    Essay On Important Types Of Blood Cells Present Inside Bone

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                  Blood cells are produced inside bone in specialized connective tissue called bone marrow. In foetus bone marrow is an actively haematopoietic tissue but in adult it regresses from haematopoietic red marrow to resting, fat storing yellow marrow.
                  These blood cells are arise from a single type of cell called a pluripotcnt stem cells. Pluripotential stem cells are the earliest stem cells found with

    Essay On The Mechanism Of Muscle Contraction

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                  It is a system of different muscles present in the body and is specialized to perform various movements inside the body as well as its external parts.
                  Three types are - striated, unstriated and cardiac. Only striated muscles are mostly attached to bones and take part in moving them. Hence these muscles are also known as skeletal muscles.
                  A vertebrate body muscle is composed of a large number

    Essay On Transportation Of Gases In Blood

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                  (I) Oxygen Transport:
                  Each decilitrer of blood carries 19.8 ml of O2 of which 4.6 ml diffuses into tissues. 3% is transported dissolved in plasma because water has poor solubility for O2. Hence, blood plasma is a poor carrier of this gas and 97% is carried by RBCs. Four Fe2+ ions of each hemoglobin can bind with 4 molecules of O2 and it is carried as oxyhaemoglobin.
                  OxyHemoglobin dissociates

    The Most Important Types Of Skin Layers

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                  Essay on Most Important types of Skin layers!
                  Skin is the largest organ in the body which constitutes about 12-15% of body weight with a surface area of 1-2 metres. Skin is covered with hair. It is elastic and waterproof. It is thick and consists of epidermis and dermis, as in all vertebrates.
                  These two layers are differing in their function, histological appearance and their embryological

    Essay On Ear - The Organ Of Hearing

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                  The organ of hearing (phonoreceptors) in man is a pair of ears situated on the head. Apart from their auditory function, the ears are also the organs of balancing. The ear consists of three basic parts - the outer ear. The middle ear and the inner ear each part of the ear serves a specific purpose in the task of detecting and interpreting sound.
                  Outer ear (external ear):
                  Serves to collect a

    Essay On The Eye - The Organ Of Sight

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                  Organs of sight in man are a pair of eyes located in the eye orbits of the skull. The exposed part of the eye is protected by an upper and a lower eyelid which are provided with eye lashes.
                  Each eye is represented in the form of a spherical eye ball which is moved in the eye orbit with the help of six eye muscles (extraocular muscles) namely superior oblique, inferior oblique, superior rectus,

    Essay On The Mammalian Heart

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                  Human heart is situated in the thorax between the lungs with its apex (formed by left ventricles) resting on the diaphragm. Usually it measures about 12 cm in length and 9 cm in breadth. It is enclosed in double membrane fibro serous sac called pericardium.
                  Outer membrane is parietal pericardial membrane (fibrous) and inner one is visceral pericardial membrane (serous) that encloses a narrow pe

    The Mammalian Reproductive System

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                  The reproduction system of sexually reproducing animal consists of:
                  (i) Primary sex organs (called gonads) which produce gametes and hormones.
                  (ii) Secondary sex organs/ glands which participate in the reproduction but do not form gametes.
                  (iii) Accessory sex organs/ characters which distinguish the two sexes in appearance.
                  Male Reproductive system:
                  Primary Sex Organ - Testes:

    Essay On The Human Eye

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                  Eye works as photographic camera. Light rays are focused by conjunctiva, cornea, aqueous humor, lens, vitreous humor and then retina. An inverted image is formed on the yellow spot.
                  The impulse is carried to the brain (forebrain) via optic chiasma by the fibres of the optic nerve which leaves the retina at blind spot. These nerves connect with neurons in the lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN).

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