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  • #Redirect [[Human skeletal system]]
    35 B (4 words) - 18:48, 16 April 2008
  • The human skeletal system is comprised of many tissues including bone tissue, [[cartilage]], [[connec ...e small and are found in tendons adjacent to joints.<ref>Hole, John W. Jr. Human Anatomy and Physiology Second Edition. Iowa: WCB, 1978.</ref>
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  • ...l and appendicular, that gives proper shape and provides protection to the human body, as well as producing white blood cells.
    211 B (29 words) - 13:52, 6 September 2009
  • 12 B (1 word) - 19:41, 13 April 2008
  • ...the article names in the list should be defined, using the {{r}} template system for definitions; see below for instructions. {{r|Skeleton}}
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  • #Redirect [[Human skeletal system]]
    35 B (4 words) - 18:48, 16 April 2008
  • ...the article names in the list should be defined, using the {{r}} template system for definitions; see below for instructions. {{r|Human}}
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  • ...an anatomy''' is the branch of [[anatomy]] devoted to the structure of the human body. It cannot be totally divorced from [[physiology]] because structure a ...ach is of great importance, especially for the surgeon. At the same time a systemic knowledge of anatomy allows one to understand how the different parts of
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  • ...uman biology''' is an [[academic field]] of [[biology]] which focuses on [[human]]s; it comprises [[medicine]], portions of [[primate]] biology, and a numbe The human body depends on all its organ systems in order to survive and reproduce.
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  • ...ta and methods to design in order to optimize human well-being and overall system performance."</cite> <ref name=IEA>Definition adopted by the [[Internationa ...e>"to the design and evaluation of tasks, jobs, products, environments and systems in order to make them compatible with the needs, abilities and limitations
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  • The human skeletal system is comprised of many tissues including bone tissue, [[cartilage]], [[connec ...e small and are found in tendons adjacent to joints.<ref>Hole, John W. Jr. Human Anatomy and Physiology Second Edition. Iowa: WCB, 1978.</ref>
    1 KB (198 words) - 19:42, 13 April 2008
  • In humans, the nose is located centrally on the face; in other [[mammal]]s, and in r ...uman face, the olfactory organ, part of the airway, and part of the immune system.
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  • ...o, which are closely related to Chikungunya and induce the same disease in humans.<ref>ProMED. 29 September 2006. V2006#437, 2006a.</ref> The virus is transmitted by infected humans to ''Aedes aegypti'' and ''Aedes albopictus''. Virus infects during its li
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  • ...of the word 'evolution' to living systems does not exhaust the biological systems the word applies to; it includes transgenerational molecular evolution and ...rgoes during its lifetime [i.e., its '[[ontogeny]]']. Rather, an evolving system is ordinarily one in which there is descent of entities [viz., populations
    53 KB (7,846 words) - 21:55, 24 May 2012
  • ...n an attempt to explain the fundamental nature of [[Systems biology|living systems]] and to explain their [[Origin of life|origin]] and [[biodiversity]] &mda ...interpretations given that knowledge, including those arising from belief systems based on myth and religion-inspired faith. At this writing, in mid-second
    194 KB (28,641 words) - 14:49, 14 February 2021
  • ...es/Creole language|Creole language]] - [[Special:Allpages/Cytoskeleton|Cytoskeleton]] ...s/Horst-Wessel-Lied|Horst-Wessel-Lied]] - [[Special:Allpages/Human biology|Human biology]]
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  • ...ndamental processes of living, those that constitute the [[Systems biology|system]] that counts as a living thing, the "common denominator that allows for th ...versally among the languages humans speak, the descendants of the original human lexicon. Semantic primes include the verb ‘live’ but not the noun ‘li
    150 KB (22,449 words) - 13:32, 6 September 2013
  • ...specifically target neural components is important in the study of nervous systems.<ref name=Kiernan2005 /> Common examples of neurotoxins include [[lead]],< ...f>Nadler 1978</ref> Additionally, neurotoxin-mediated [[peripheral nervous system]] damage such as [[neuropathy]] or [[myopathy]] is common. Support has been
    68 KB (9,221 words) - 02:36, 16 December 2013
  • ...upon the wound. This would create a regeneration-inducing [[blastema]] in human tissues that would else have [[atrophy|atrophied]]. Becker patented this pr {{Quote|The system is implemented as follows: a flexible, silver-containing anode is placed in
    22 KB (3,127 words) - 16:37, 4 October 2013
  • ...]]s to diet (such as the use of [[stone tool|tools]] and [[Fire#History_of_human_use|fire]]), the [[metabolism|metabolic]] consequences of increased [[encep ...diets situated within a highly diverse set of environments. Although all humans share the same broad dietary requirements for calories, macronutrients, an
    27 KB (3,975 words) - 14:15, 15 January 2009
  • ...[central nervous system]] (CNS) in many organisms including [[homo sapiens|humans]]. Acetylcholine is the neurotransmitter in all [[autonomic ganglia]]. ...l></sub>]])<sub><small>3</small></sub>. This structure is reflected in the systematic name, ''2-([[acetyl]][[oxygen|oxy]])-[[Nitrogen|N,N,N]]-[[3 (number)|tr
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  • ...concern themselves exclusively with the presumed supremacy of the nervous system in dis-ease. This revision was legally reinforced in a courtroom in LaCross ...in an important reduction in his concept of chiropractic. By deciding that human thermoregulation was primarily a neural (rather than a circulatory) phenome
    97 KB (15,789 words) - 09:37, 12 November 2013
  • ...utrition and other influences during development set the body's organs and systems for life. ...n the supply of nutrients to the fetus and programme a small number of key systems that are linked to later disease. A baby's growth and nutrition depend bot
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  • ...ificant amount of traits with both [[chimpanzee]]s and anatomically modern humans. Although A. afarensis is an older species than A. africanus, it is though ...of traits that it shares with both [[chimpanzee]]s and anatomically modern humans (or [[Homo sapiens]]) is also very intriguing to many. The claim of discov
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  • ...up the boney structures that contain, support and protect the vital organ systems that sustain us.]] ...ated [[vertebra]]e must alter the function of the [[Nervous System|nervous system]] and at some point compromise health. The founder of chiropractic, [[Danie
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