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biogas advantages and disadvantages

Biogas advantages and disadvantages and uses of Homebiogas

nitrogen properties

Nitrogen Properties and Reaction Element Information

scariest facts about the ocean

Most Scariest Facts About the Ocean

Coronary sinus function

Coronary sinus function & structure of coronary sinus

nucleus function

Nucleus Function | Caudate & Subthalamic Nucleus

Capillaries function

Functions of Capillaries and their Structure

Bromine facts

Major Bromine facts, properties and history

Acid rain effects on plants

Acid rain effects on plants and Soil poisoning with acid rain

midbrain function

Midbrain function & Structures | Major function midbrain

atria functions

Atria heart functions

Best welding inverter

Best welding inverter machines for professional and homeowner

nitrogen properties

Nitrogen Properties and Reaction Element Information

argon uses

Major uses of Argon Gas and Chemical Element-Reaction

north bridge in computer

North Bridge in Computer Understanding step by step

components of computer system and its function

Components of computer system and its function

Somatic Nervous System function

Somatic Nervous System function & parts

The somatic nervous system is part of the peripheral nervous system, which is the entire nervous system outside the brain and spinal cord. In particular, the somatic nervous system is responsible for the movements of voluntary muscles and a process name is a reflex arc. This system transfers nerve impulses back and forth between the […]

pineal gland function

What is pineal gland and their major function

Szyszynka is a small pea-shaped gland in the brain. Its function is not fully understood. Researchers know that it produces and regulates certain hormones, including melatonin. Melatonin is best known for its role in regulating sleep patterns. Sleep patterns are also called circadian rhythms. Learn more about pineal gland function.   Szyszynka also plays a […]

medulla oblongata function

Major function of the Medulla oblongata

The medulla oblongata is in the brainstem, before the cerebellum. It is a conical, neuronal (nerve cell) mass in the back brain that controls many autonomic (involuntary) functions. The main medulla oblongata function of the hill is the processing of information into and from the spinal cord and cerebellum.   Medulla oblongata helps regulate breathing, […]

Rugby Rules

Rugby Rules & Regulations, Equipment and Punctation

Rugby is one of the most physical sports. In the international arena, the top of the sport lies in the Rugby World Cup. Other tournaments such as Tri-Nations (including South Africa, New Zealand and Australia), Six Nations (including England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Italy, and France) and the Heineken Cup are other tournaments that enjoy great […]

Ossicles function

Ossicles function & structure, ossicular movements

Bone cubes (also called ossicles) are three bones in the middle ear that belong to the smallest bones in the human body. They are used to transfer sounds from the air to a fluid-filled labyrinth (snail). Lack of hearing blocks would be moderate to severe hearing loss.   The term “ossicle” literally means “tiny bone”. […]

how to pass kidney stones fast at home

How to pass kidney stones fast at home

Drinking lots of fluids is a vital part of eliminating kidney stones and preventing the formation of new stones. The liquid not only removes toxins but also helps move stones and sand through the urinary tract.   The Water alone may be sufficient to do the trick, adding certain ingredients can be beneficial. Be sure […]

weight loss

How does Colon Cleansing help Weight loss and Improve your Digestion

These days every second person has something or the other issues related to digestion and weight gain. People are so occupied with the busy schedules that they are unable to pay attention to their digestive system and weight gain.   The jobs are real pressurizing that people get so tired when they reach home, so […]

Synapse neuron

Synapse function | understanding The Synapse: Structure and Function

When Neurons communicate with each other at intersections called synapse function. In the synapse, one neuron sends a message to the target neuron – another cell. Most synapses are chemical, these synapses communicate using chemical transmitters.   Other synapses are electric, in these synapses, ions flow directly between the cells. In a chemical synapse, action […]

Hemorrhoid

Hemorrhoid Causes and Treatments, Signs of Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoid also called piles, are swollen veins in your anus and the lower rectum, similar to varicose veins. Hemorrhoids have a number of causes. They may result from straining during bowel movements. Hemorrhoids may be within the anus (external hemorrhoids). Hemorrhoids are very common. Nearly three out of four adults will have hemorrhoids from time […]

Lunula function

Lunula function and their Health Conditions

Lunula or lunulae is a whitish crescent-shaped area of the nail. Lunula is the visible part of the nail root. In humans, it appears up to the 14th week of pregnancy and plays a major structural role in defining the free edge of the distal nail plate (part of the nail that grows outside).   […]

organ of circulatory system and function

Organ of circulatory system and function | main part of human body

The nervous and hormonal systems are involved in coordination and homeostasis. However, to maintain each of this organ of the circulatory system and function.   In the body s require a circulatory system that allows each cell present on the surface of the body or deeply embedded in itself, to obtain food, protect against pathogens, […]

what is metabolism and how does it work

Metabolism and how does it work in the human brain

The brain uses up to 20% of the energy consumed by the human body, more than any other organ.  In humans, blood glucose is the main source of energy for most cells and is critical to normal function in many tissues, including the brain.   The human brain consumes about 60% of blood glucose on […]

fibrocartilage function

fibrocartilage function

White fibrocartilage function consists of a mixture of white fibrous tissue and cartilage in various proportions. It owes its stiffness and durability to the first of these components and its flexibility to the latter. It is the only type of cartilage which, in addition to collagen type II, contains type I collagen. Fibrocartilage is found […]

Bulbourethral gland

Bulbourethral glands function and Structure

The Bulbourethral gland, also known as the Cowper gland for the English anatomy of William Cowper, is one of the two small exocrine glands in the reproductive system of many male mammals (all domesticated animals that are not only found in a dog). They are homologous to Bartholin’s glands in women.   Bulbourethral gland function […]

glial cells

Glial Cells and their Functions in the Human Brain

Glial cells, sometimes called neuroglia or simply glia, are non-neuronal cells that maintain homeostasis, form myelin and provide support and protection for neurons in the brain and peripheral nervous system.     Neuroglia OUN cells There are four main functions of glial cells 1. Surround the neurons and keep them in place,  2. Supplying nutrients […]