Types of chromatography.
They are based on the physical fact that if two phases are in contact with a substrate will be a
distribution of the solute between each of the phases according to the partition coefficient.
The structure of the heart
A map of the heart.
The heart is a muscular organ, hollow, located in the anterior mediastinum between both lungs, above
the diaphragm and behind the sternum. It is surrounded by a fibrous sheath, the pericardium, which
THE SYSTEM muscle tissue.
Develops an enormous capacity to contract. Cells or muscle fibers produce contractions that move the
various portions of the body.
Skeletal muscle moves bones is
Heart muscle pumps blood
Muscular System Heart is involu
The larger upper limb bone, its smooth ball-shaped head articulates with the glenoid cavity of the
scapula, in the vicinity of the head are the major and minor tubers, where the muscles are inserted, the
greater tuberosity is separated intertu
They are muscular folds moving around the mouth or entrance of the oral cavity, are externally covered
by skin and internally by mucous membrane between these two layers are the lip muscles especially the
orbicularis oris muscle and the upper and
Means union: tibiofibular joint capsule and ligaments and the anterior and posterior interosseous
For proximal synovial it is flat, joins the head of the fibula with the lateral facet of the tibia, has the
anterior and posterior tibiofibular
TRUNK ology "
The study of muscles is to be performed from the deepest to the most superficial layers.
There are two types of muscles:
- Small, deep which will be located very close to the bone. The lever arm is short. Accurate, consistent,
small and main
TRUNK joints and ligaments "
1. JOINTS AND LUMBAR SEGMENT OF DORSAL SPINE.
In the column we will distinguish two types of joints:
- Between the discs
- Between the articular processes
Each vertebra establishes a link with the articular process and discs.
Transport and excretion
Because the body must have a system of internal transport? The human body is made up of millions of
cells, and each must continuously receive oxygen supply which is incorporated with breathing and the
supply of nutrients from diges
The larynx is continuous with the trachea. The trachea is a tube about 11cm ranging from the larynx to
the bronchi. It is located in front of the esophagus.
Is formed by rings of cartilage but incomplete, because no cartilage at the back. C. are s