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The physiology of the gastrointestinal tract introductionThe physiology of the gastrointestinal tract introduction
The main function of the gastrointestinal tract is to provide the cells and tissues of the body with continual supply of water, electrolyte and various nutrients. Central gelatinous substance of spinal cord
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Chapter 2 IntroductionChapter 2 Introduction
The most difficult parts of cell structure and function are visualizing the membrane’s proteins, the minute cytoplasmic organelles, and how they function in the various cell types of the body. Central gelatinous substance of spinal cord
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Lecture 1 The subject, tasks and research methods of anatomy. HistoryLecture 1 The subject, tasks and research methods of anatomy. History
It has been characterized, over time, by a continually developing understanding of the functions of organs and structures in the body. Human anatomy was the most prominent of the biological sciences of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Central gelatinous substance of spinal cord
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Chapter 7: Structure of Nervous System Is divided intoChapter 7: Structure of Nervous System Is divided into
Axonal transport moves large and insoluble compounds along microtubules; very fast. Central gelatinous substance of spinal cord
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Modul General physiology and Higher integrative functions Text test questionsModul General physiology and Higher integrative functions Text test questions
What is the kind of inhibition in the case of increase of potassium ions in outer side of memsrane?. Central gelatinous substance of spinal cord
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Terms structure locationTerms structure location
Supportive ct layer ranging from loose to dense (dense = more ec fibers, fewer cells); contains larger blood vessels than those in lamina propria. Central gelatinous substance of spinal cord
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The nervous system I. Nervous system function “I think; therefore, I am.”The nervous system I. Nervous system function “I think; therefore, I am.”
Responsible for maintaining homeostasis in the body by sending and receiving. Central gelatinous substance of spinal cord
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