Anatomy and physiology of skin:
The epidermis is the outermost layer of the skin. It is divided into five layers.
Epidermal thickness is 0.1 millimeters. It acts as a protective shield for the body.
The puberty is achieved under the action of androgenic hormones.
Testosterone is responsible for achieving puberty in males and Estrogen is
responsible in female. At the age of puberty, there is surge of these
hormones that leads
S9 Journal assignment
The spice I selected is Garlic.
Garlic is obtained from plant, Allium sativum. It belong to onion genus,
Allium. The root of this plant has various uses as food, preservation agent
and as a spice.
Although garlic is com
Stressor is a condition, factor or stimulus that causes stress to an
individual. Stressors can be physical, social and environmental.
Stressor can be divided into acute and chronic form based on
their mode of onset and
Alzheimer disease is an acquired progressive disorder that results in
cognitive and mental deterioration due to generalized degeneration of the
brain by deposition of an amyloid. It is the
Describe normal anatomy/physiology of muscle contraction
emphasizing the utilization of ATP in this process.
Anatomy of muscle contraction:
M muscle fibers (cells) bundle together to make up an individual
Module 2 Case assignment
Provide a discussion of the normal anatomy of
Endochondral versus intramembranous bone growth.
Endochondral bone formation:
In this type of bone, first a cartilaginous model of the bone is developed. Later this
Rocks and Minerals Lab Exercises
There are two (2) parts of this Lab. The first involves identifying ten minerals. The second involves identifying ten rocks.
Do both parts.
1. Identify the minerals provided, according to the images provided (