63 Answered Questions for the topic human physiology

Human Physiology Human Anatomy

04/06/22

Regulation and Reproduction

Explain how the specific immune response differs between two patients who have been infected with the same virus. Patient A was previously vaccinated against the virus, while patient B has no... more
Human Physiology Human Anatomy

04/06/22

Regulation and Reproduction

HIV is a disease that reduces T cell production in the immune system. Would HIV increase or decrease a person's chance of developing cancer cells? The person's chances would increase because T... more
Human Physiology

03/31/22

what is non fundamental human right?

examine the rights that are fundamental and those that are not fundamental.
Human Physiology Opinoin

02/28/22

Question in description

The old saying goes - “You can’t judge a book by its cover”. But, people will always judge others. Do we have more control over shaping our own identities or do the judgments of others have more... more
Human Physiology

02/09/22

PLEASE HELP ME!

You begin working for the drug manufacturing giant GLOBEX shortly after graduating. GLOBEX has been selling the drug Byphodine that helps combat insomnia but has always been criticized for the... more

12/01/21

Fructose 16 vs. biophosphatase deficiency causes sudden death in infancy

Fructose 16 vs. biophosphatase deficiency causes sudden death in infancy by increasing acidity of the blood and decrease in glucose level it affects boys and girls what is the only mode of... more

12/01/21

For the following list identify if each statement applies to autosomal recessive traits autosomal dominant traits or both

For the following list identify if each statement applies to autosomal recessive traits autosomal dominant traits or both males and females affected successive Generations affected affected... more

12/01/21

Hillary is 8 years old and has neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis also known as Batten disease

Hillary is 8 years old and has neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis also known as Batten disease it is autosomal recessive she was fine until age 5 when she began to lose her vision and stumble she had... more

12/01/21

Theresa has huntingtons disease while her husband louis does not what percentage of their children will develop this disease

Theresa has huntingtons disease while her husband louis does not what percentage of their children will develop this disease

12/01/21

What is the probability that two individuals with an autosomal recessive trait such as albinism will have a child with the same genotype and phenotype as they have

What is the probability that two individuals with an autosomal recessive trait such as albinism will have a child with the same genotype and phenotype as they have

12/01/21

John is homozygous dominant for cystic fybrosis gene, while jane is heterozygouse. calculate the chance of their child being a carrier and their child being affected by cystic fibrosis

John is homozygous dominant for cystic fybrosis gene, while jane is heterozygouse. calculate the chance of their child being a carrier and their child being affected by cystic fibrosis

12/01/21

In peas, the allele for tall plants T is dominant over the allele for dwarf plants t.

In peas, the allele for tall plants T is dominant over the allele for dwarf plants t. A homozygous tall plant is bred with a homozygous dwarf plant. Complete the cross. What is the genotypic ratio,... more

12/01/21

The offspring from the mating above self fertilize to produce new offspring. Complete the cross. What is the genotypic ratio, What is the phenotypic ratio.

The offspring from the mating above self fertilize to produce new offspring. Complete the cross. What is the genotypic ratio, What is the phenotypic ratio.
Human Physiology Physiology Human Anatomy

10/30/21

Chest breathing and belly breathing and normal breathing

Hello:I am very confused here. when a human breathes he use both intercostal muscles and Diaphragm muscle to change the volume of the lungs and this happens with help of the medulla (breathing... more
Human Physiology

06/06/21

I need Explanation

Discuss the importance of management games in terms of employee training
Human Physiology Anatomy Physiology Human Anatomy

03/15/21

4. Explain the link between plantar fasciitis, achilles tendinopathies, and posterior chain tightness

Explain the link between plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinopathies, and posterior chain tightness.I know each of them, but I don't know what and how to write about their link.
Human Physiology Science Human Anatomy

03/07/21

Is sweat considered to be isotonic, hypertonic, or hypotonic?

Also, a patient lost 4000mL through sweat and drank 22500mL red bulls before going to work in the sun, and would his blood be considered isotonic,hypertonic,or hypotonic?
Human Physiology Science Anatomy Human Anatomy

03/07/21

Is human sweat considered to be hypertonic, hypotonic, or isotonic? (remaining follow up questions and more info under)

Patient reports urinating only once in the past 6 hours. Urine produced was very dark colored. Patient is irritable and confused (unsure of date, time or his location). Pulse 100 Respirations:... more
Human Physiology

01/01/21

Human Resource Development

Explain why employee counseling, well-being, wellness is significant to the practice of HRD?
Human Physiology

09/29/20

Which gland type would you expect to have the highest rate of cell division?

Human Physiology Biology

05/11/20

What does not play a role in increasing oxygen unloading at tissue with someone who is iron deficiencent

The affinity of 2-3 DPG for hemoglobin An increase in deoxyhemoglobin An increase in 2-3DPG respiratory acidosis
Human Physiology Physiology

04/16/20

What is the effect on the heart rate and contraction adding a warm water solution to the heart will have and the physiological reasoning behind it?

There are many factors to consider when thinking about the effects on the heart i.e. different cell types and different types of responses.
Human Physiology

04/12/20

Which of the following describes the relationship between the type of metabolism used by skeletal muscle fiber and its resistance to fatigue?

A. Muscle fibers that have a high glycolytic ability do not fatigue.B. Muscle fibers with a high oxidative capacity have a high resistance to fatigue C. Muscle fibers with a low oxidative capacity... more
Human Physiology Biology Psychology Physiology

03/30/20

When molecule A and molecule B are added to the cells, Inositol Triphosphate level decrease. What is molecule b?

context: when molecule A is added to the cells, increased levels of the 2nd messenger (inositol triphosphate (IP3) are detected. The receptor molecule A is binding to is Alpha 1 receptor and the... more

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