Of blood flow regulating tissue fluid composition

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of blood flow-regulating tissue fluid composition (ions)-forming a structural network-assisting neuronal ontogenesis -CNS resort - formation of glial scar What hebdomad does the fetus occur? 9th week-birth Laryngopharynx -common passageway for food, boozing , aviation
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Unencapsulated -no CT covering -free dendritic nerve endings: mostly temperature and nuisance , some light hood - Tactile (Merkel) discs: light tough-Root hair plexus : light touching Salivary glands Three duet of extrinsic glands: parotid, submandibular, sublingual-intrinsic salivary glands scattered throughout oral mucosa Langerhans (epidermal dendritic) cubicle macrophages, help activate immune system adhering junction trench to tight junction; provides apical support resists separation of cell joins cytoskeleton of cells togetherlike a smash of desmosomes G deuce Phase angle Centriole replication is completed, other organelle production continues to completion, enzymes needed to for cell diviisons are synthesized Parathyroid gland gland -small, brownish glands embedded in posterior thyroid-Chief cells secrete parathyroid-Low blood calcium level stimulate release of PTH- encourages release of calcium storage into the blood Cochlear duct pressure changes in endolymph as waves are transferred conformation scale vestibule Major cell character - Alpha cellphone - Beta cells preventing cavities -daily flossing and brushing removes brass and prevents cavities Ureter wall has there tunics: -mucosa: transitional epithelium -Muscularis: smooth muscle-Adventitia: areolar CTUreters propel urine to vesica via peristalsis Corpora cavernosa and principal spongiosum
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