Great for Study review! Anatomy of the Epidermis - Essential principles of human anatomy and physiology are presented, including basic chemistry, cell and tissue studies, and an overview of all the body systems. Intended as a survey course for certain allied health and social service programs, and as a general natural science course
week 3 ANATOMY: Diagram of Human Tissue. A tissue is made up of a group of cells that usually look similar to one another and come from the same region in a developing embryo. The group of cells that make up a tissue have physiological functions that work together in a coordinated way to support special functions. The special function of a tissue is also influenced by the kind of material that surrounds the tissue and by communication among the cells of the tissue.
Nigella sativa (black seed) seed oil kills up to 89% of lung cancer cells. It is a powerful herb used for 1,000's of years in traditional Chinese, Ayurvedic, Unani & Arabic medicine. Its potent anti-inflammatory & antioxidant properties. Black seed taken daily can decrease insulin resistance helping type 2 diabetes. Thymoquinone, found in the seed, is superior for asthma issues & can protect brain tissue from radiation-induced nitrosative stress.
"Epithelial tissue is composed of tightly connected cells arranged in one or more layers. Epithelial tissues covers the whole surface of the body (it's your skin!) as well as lining all cavities and forming glands. Epithelial tissues as many functions including protection, sensation, diffusion, secretion, absorption and excretion." http://www.hartnell.edu/tutorials/biology/tissues.html
Pulmonary edema is typically caused by filling of alveoli in the lungs by fluid leaking out of the blood. Edema, in general, means swelling. This typically occurs when fluid from inside blood vessels seeps outside the blood vessel into the surrounding tissues, causing swelling. Pulmonary edema is the term used when edema happens in the lungs.
According to my sleep study... I go into REM sleep approximately 3-5 seconds after stage 1 sleep. I rarely go into stage 4 sleep and if I do it isn't for long. It's hard to get through a day, even with tons of naps, when your brain never goes through the process of restoring energy and brain tissue growth and repair. So yes I sleep too much but none of it actually helps me feel that much better.
Epithelial tissue protects underlying structures acting as barriers permitting the passage of substances and secrete substances. a. Simple squamous b. Simple cuboidal c. Simple epithelium d. Pseudostratified columnar e. Stratified squamous f. Stratified cuboidal g. Stratified columnar h. Transitional