Somatic motor voluntary pulsation from central

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Somatic motor (voluntary): pulsation from Central nervous system cause contraction skeletal muscles2. Autonomic motor (involuntary): pulsing from CNS regulates smooth/cardiac muscle and glands mandibular fossa - part of temporal role bones in brainpan - articulates with mandible Social organisation of Membrane -phospholipid bilayer with embedded lipids and proteins-fluid mosaic model Microscopic examination variations in size and embodiment of RBCs- prediction of anemia type and number of WBCs- diagnostic of various diseases (contagion , cancers, etc.) Atria receiving chambers of the heart- right and left each atrium has a protruding auricula atrii pectinate
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muscles grade atrial walls separated by interatrial septum Sense of Preference nerve tract Gustatory cells to CN Septenary or CN IX to Thalamus to Primary gustatory area of insult intestinal glands between villi -all crypt cells secrete intestinal juice (water mucus)-enteroendocrine cells: green groceries hormones capacitance vas blood reservoirs contain 60-65% of blood supplying vasoconstriction - increased blood supply to eye and then tissues abdominal
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