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  • Types Of Touch Receptors
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    The skin contains numerous sensory receptors which receive information from the outside environment. The sensory receptors of the skin are concerned with at least five different senses: pain, heat, cold, touch, and pressure. The five are usually grouped together as the single sense of touch in the classification of the five senses of the whole human body. The sensory receptors vary greatly in terms of structure. For example, while pain receptors are simply unmyelinated terminal branches of neuro...
  • Way To Clone Body Organs
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    Cloning has been a very controversial topic since it affects moral values of human beings and other living things alike. In February 1997 scientists in Scotland announced the birth of the first cloned sheep named Dolly, this heralded the future of cloning possibilities and scientists began extensive experiments on cloning and have since then cloned both plants and animals successfully. The next step was to clone actual human beings but before experiments could have been carried out pressure star...
  • Excess Blood From The Body Cavity
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    FIELD DRESSING Dress your deer immediately. Field dressing takes effort, so your heavy hunting coat should be removed and your sleeves rolled up so they wont be soiled. Blood and digestive juices from organs possibly penetrated by the shot must be removed from the body cavity quickly, and the sooner the organs, which deteriorate rapidly, are removed, the faster the meat will cool. Field dressing also eliminates dragging unnecessary weight when moving the animal. Before starting the field-dressin...
  • Way To Clone Body Organs
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    Cloning is a very controversial topic since it affects moral values of human beings and other living things alike. In 1997 scientists in Scotland announced the birth of the first cloned sheep named Dolly; this heralded the future of cloning possibilities, and scientists began extensive experiments on cloning and have since then cloned both plants and animals successfully. The next step was to clone actual human beings, but pressure started to build on the scientists before any experiments could ...
  • Animal With Radial Symmetry
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    Most animal phyla originated in a relatively brief span of geological time, however the diversity among them is extraordinary. Every organism is very unique a detailed in certain ways, comparisons of certain types of organisms can be very difficult. The class in which will be compared is that of the invertebrates. The main difference between coelo mate and body plans are that coelo mates have a true coelo m, which is a fluid-filled body cavity completely lined by tissue which is derived from mes...
  • Way To Clone Body Organs
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    Humanity is plagued with many moral issues each day. And when the announcement was made that a research facility in England had successfully cloned a sheep, many more questions arose. The overall question is, 'To clone or not to clone?' Many groups worldwide, doctors, politicians, religious people, have been battling with this question. Many doctors believe cloning is an advancement to help save more people's lives. Although specific organs or rare blood types have yet to be cloned and actually ...
  • Palestinian National Council
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    Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO): In May 1964,422 Palestinian national figures meeting in Jerusalem under the chairmanship of Ahmad Shuqeiri and following an Arab League decision, founded the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and laid down the structure of the Palestine National Council (PNC), the PLO Executive Committee, the National Fund and the Palestine Liberation Army (PLA). As well as approving a Palestinian national covenant and basic law; since then the PLO has been an umb...
  • Hormone Secretions From The Pituitary Gland
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    Endocrine System Is a group of specialized organs and body tissues that produce, store, and secrete chemical substances known as hormones. As the body's chemical messengers, hormones transfer information and instructions from one set of cells to another. Because of the hormones they produce, endocrine organs have a great deal of influence over the body. Among their many jobs are regulating the body's growth and development, controlling the function of various tissues, supporting pregnancy and ot...
  • Prey The Snake
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    , 2 With its long slender body the snake is probably the funniest shaped creature you will ever encounter. There are many benefits regarding this wonderful reptile that make it a high asset to the world. It has been said that people are always afraid of what is different, afraid of what they do not know. Many of the rumored questions can be easily dispelled. From questions like what is a Thamnophis, to where the extracting organs are located. First, let us dispel any of the rumors that are aroun...
  • Normal Cell Within The Body
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    BASIC DISCRIPTION OF MICROBIOLOGY They " re out there! You can't see them but they can see you. Right at this very moment they are living on and in your body, and there is nothing you can do about it! This may sound like the beginning of a horror movie, but it isn't. It is actually a very basic description of a very broad subject: microbiology. Microbiology is a complex subject that spans out into a variety of areas. I am a person who is entering the health care field, and it is that I know the ...
  • Mummy From Ancient Egypt
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    The most noticing aspect of Egyptian religion is its obsession with immortality and the belief of life after death. This sculpture can show you this on how mummification gave upbringing to complex arts in ancient Egypt. The sculpture is the Mummy Case of Paankhenamun. The artwork is currently viewed at The Art Institute of Chicago. The sculpture was from the third period, Dynasty 22, in ancient Egypt. However, the sculpture has many features to it that makes it so unique in ancient Egypt from an...
  • Development Of Synthetic Organs Research
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    The Development of synthetic organs//Research is being done on developing new ways to make semi-synthetic organs or Neo-organs, that will be useful in the treatment of patients requiring transplants or reconstructive surgery. Currently, hospitals are using similar technology in producing skin, cartiledge, bone, ligament, and tendon tissues. //Presently, bone morphogenic proteins or BMP's are being produced and are being used to inject into a bone fracture. These BMP's were discovered in 1965, wh...
  • Necessary Organs
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    The Morgue It was time to go now. The patient was in desperate need of repair. I had to go to the morgue. It never fails to be the most miserable type of weather when I make the trip. Cloudy, cold and dreary looking all around. So, off I went to find the organs needed for transplant. I arrived around 2 pm. I brought along an assistant in case I needed an extra pair of hands to remove the organs needed. We signed in at the front reception area and went in. Oh, the vast area of the dead. It was a ...
  • Body
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    The process of mummification, the form of embalming practiced by the ancient Egyptians was a very long process. The level of mummification depended on what one could afford. The most fully developed form involved three basic steps. First all of the organs, except for the heart, were removed. Egyptians believed the heart was the center of intelligence and wisdom, and was left in so the soul would carry on the knowledge of the deceased. The stomach, liver, lungs, and intestines were dried in natro...
  • Sea Cucumbers Water
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    Sea cucumbers are visual fascinating organisms. To the untrained eye, one may ask whether the sea cucumber is plant or animal. They are distinguished from the other Echinoderms by the lack of a skeleton that is made up of calcerous plates fixed together. Instead, the soft skin is reinforced with microscopic plates and spicules called ossicles, giving it a leathery texture. All other Echinoderms are radially symmetrical, while the sea cucumber posses bilateral symmetry. Characteristics amoung the...
  • Body's Qi
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    Acupuncture Many people experience headaches, migraines, back spasms, backaches, and sore muscles. Often times these potentially serious problems were probably treated with Tylenol, a doctor's visit, or a trip to the chiropractor, but how many of them considered acupuncture? Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese treatment used as an anesthetic to relax and relieve a person's pain. With very fine metal needles, a healer inserts the needles into specially designated channels on the body and manipulate...
  • Believing Cryonics
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    Cryonic suspension is an experimental process whereby patients who can no longer be kept alive by today's medical capabilities are preserved at freezing temperatures for medical treatment in the future. For example a person who has recently died, due to an incurable disease, might decide to have their body, or just their head, preserved by means of cryonics. Then when science finds a cure for the disease the body would be resuscitated back to life, and then treated for the disease. This is simil...
  • New Organ
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    Last year, more than 80,000 people nationally needed an organ transplant. But, there were only about 6,000 donations available from people who passed away. Organ donation can not only save lives, it can help heal those who lose loved ones. It's what some organ recipients call an act of unconditional love. There seems to be little reason to question the ethics behind transplanting organs. Apparently one of the greatest achievements of modern surgery, tens of thousands of people are given a new le...
  • Toxic Fumes Solvents
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    The misuse of solvents can be just as effective on the body as using harmful drugs. Solvents are taken into the body through inhalation. There are various organic solvents, including glue and toxic fumes. The inhalations of solvents affect various organs in the body, and these include the lungs and the CNS (Central Nervous System). When someone breathes in solvents, the toxic fumes enter the lungs and damage the lung tissue. This makes it difficult to breathe after misusing solvents over a perio...

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