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KINS 1224 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Subclavian Vein, Lymphatic Vessel, Lymphatic System

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The lymphatic system consists of a network of vessels that penetrate nearly every tissue of the body and a collection of tissues that product immune ce
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KINS 1224 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Sickle-Cell Disease, Haemophilia, Mast Cell

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KINS 1224 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Angiotensin, Osmotic Concentration, Posterior Pituitary

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Young adult men have average 55-60% water, women have a little less because they have more adipose tissue which is nearly free of water. Obese and elde
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KINS 1224 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Theca Interna, Internal Carotid Artery, Tunica Media

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KINS 1224 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Hydrolysis, Gastrointestinal Tract, Serous Membrane

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List the functions and major physiological process of the digestive system. The digestive system is the organ system that processes food, extracts nutr
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KINS 1224 Chapter Notes - Chapter 28: Theca Of Follicle, Granulosa Cell, Follicular Phase

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It"s the same as spermatogenesis it produces a haploid gamete by means of meiosis. The ovary will only release one egg per month. The first germ cells
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KINS 1224 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Prostatic Urethra, Vas Deferens, Ejaculatory Duct

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Each internal iliac artery gives rise to an internal pudendal (penile) artery which enters the root of the penis and divides into two. One branch the d
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KINS 1224 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Lactic Acid, Cellular Respiration, Citric Acid Cycle

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There are 3 major pathways of glucose catabolism: Glycolysis- splits a glucose molecule into 2 molecules of pyruvic acid. Anaerobic fermentation- occur
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KINS 1224 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Lectin Pathway, C3B, Mast Cell

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KINS 1224 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Late-Onset Hypogonadism, Menopause, Activin And Inhibin

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The reproductive remains dormant for several years after birth. 10 in girls a surge of pituitary gonadotropins awakens the reproductive system and begi
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KINS 1224 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Gastric Inhibitory Polypeptide, Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide, Gastric Mucosa

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The stomach is a muscular sac connected to the diaphragm. It functions primarily as a food storage organ with an internal volume of about 50ml when emp
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KINS 1224 Chapter Notes - Chapter 28: Uterine Artery, Muscular Layer, Endometrium

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28 the female reproductive system: 28. 1 reproductive anatomy. The female reproductive tract develops from the paramesonephric duct because there is an
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