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Fish blood cells

Why do fish blood cells contain a nucleus?

Why does the second and third oxygen bind easier to hemoglobin?

Hi!I wonder why the second and third oxygen binds easier to hemoglobin whereas the first and fourth don't bind as easily?
Physiology Anatomy

09/02/21

Anatomy / Physiology

A classmate says that the lymphatic system should not be an organ system in its own right, and is a part of the cardiovascular system. Do you agree or disagree with your classmate? Explain your... more
Physiology

08/06/21

After fertilization occurs

After fertilization occurs, the zygote undergoes cleavage and gets converted into 2,4,8 and subsequently a 16 celled stage known as morala. Thereafter certain changes occur in the morula and a... more
Physiology

08/06/21

The period of female fertility during each Month is short For fextilization to take place intercouce must occur each

The period of female fertility during   each Month is short For fextilization to take place intercouce must occur eacha) A few hours before ovalation up to 4-5 days after avulationb) Around 24... more
Physiology Anatomy

07/24/21

Anat Physio Hon Question

I am taking Anatomy and Physiology Honors in school. As a sophomore who took Honors Biology last year, I am confused and need help. There is only one problem. I have no way of paying.
Physiology

06/09/21

Please give me an explanation under this statement.

Electrolyte concentrations of the plasma and interstitial fluid are very similar while that of ECF and ICF are very different.

06/06/21

Please help me with this case study

 J.M. tells you he becomes exhausted and has shortness of breath climbing the stairs to his bedroom and has to lie down and rest (“put my feet up”) at least an hour twice a day. He has been... more
Physiology Nursing

06/03/21

Part 1: What are the steps of primary hemostasis?

This is a 4 part video series (combined run total of 16 min 12 seconds). If you are a visual learner and would like more clarity on hemostasis, this a video you want to watch.
Physiology

06/03/21

Need and explanation under this statement

Red blood cells in normal saline (Isotonic solution) can survive while blast and destroy in water.

06/02/21

Please help me with this case study

An 80 year old woman is living in LTC. Hx of hypertension, had a recent fall and had a total hip replacement. Postoperative pain is high, therefore she was discharged with a prescription for... more

06/02/21

Please help me answer this case study

An 80 year old woman is living in LTC. Hx of hypertension, had a recent fall and had a total hip replacement. Postoperative pain is high, therefore she was discharged with a prescription for... more

06/01/21

What is the white and gray matter in the brain really made of?

Hi, I'm really interested in neurology and neuroanatomy and I was confused about white and gray matter in the brain. White matter is myelinated axons and gray matter is somas, but doesn't each... more
Physiology

05/27/21

Can you explain briefly about diffusion-limited gas exchange?

Physiology Ap Biology

05/20/21

What is pepsin?

Why doesn't it break down or destroy the cells in the stomach?
Physiology Biology

05/20/21

What type of muscle contraction moves food down the esophagus?

Why is this contraction important?
Physiology Biology

05/20/21

What enzyme is released in the oral cavity?

What enzyme is released in the oral cavity during ingestion? What is the overall purpose of this enzyme?
Physiology Science Anatomy Nursing

05/06/21

Clinical nursing question

A nurse summons you too assess a 300-pound, one-day post-operative cholecystectomy patient. He has no fever, has no productive cough, and has a negative chest x ray. He is, however, reluctant to... more
Physiology Science Anatomy Nursing

04/28/21

Chest X Ray Medical Question

A patient is brought to the emergency room following a motor vehicle accident. He was not wearing a seat belt, and has considerable soft-tissue bruising about his anterior chest, where he... more
Physiology Biology Anatomy Nursing

04/27/21

Pathophysiology Clinical Question about the Brain

A 65-year-old woman presents with a 1-hour history of right-sided weakness and aphasia. An immediate CT scan of the brain is negative.  Where in the brain is the pathology?
Physiology

04/27/21

difference btw hormones and neurotransmitters?

hormones are chemical messengers and neurotransmitters are also messangers involved in neurotransmission
Physiology

04/25/21

Physiology question need help filling blanks

The MACULA DENSA acts to keep the GFR fairly stable over a wide range of blood pressures.It responds to NaCl concentrations in the early part of the distal tubule/ end of the ascendinglimb of the... more

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