Physiology of Kidneys

Urinary System

Physiology of Kidneys Kidneys from urine by filtration and secretion of waste materials from the blood. In addition, the selective reabsorption by tubular cells contributes to the maintenance of homeostasis …

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Urinary System: Anatomy, Structure, Function

Introduction For body cells to function effectively, their environment should be maintained relatively constant (homeostasis). Continuous working of cells necessitates utilization of nutrients (glucose) and oxygen and results in the …

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Tissues of the Human Body

Tissues of the Human Body

Tissues of the Human Body Introduction A tissue is a group of cells having a common embryonic origin that functions together to carry out specialized activities. Tissues may be hard …

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Forms of Intracellular Signaling

Introduction Cell signaling is part of any communication process that governs the basic activities of cells and coordinates cell actions. It is the ability of cells to perceive and correctly …

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Types of Receptors

Types of Receptors Definition Receptors are chemical signal-receiving protein molecules found inside or on the surface of the target cell. Signaling cells send out chemical signals in the form of …

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Feedback Mechanism- Definition and Types

Definition A feedback mechanism is a cycle of events in which the status of a body condition is monitored, evaluated, changed, re-monitored, re-evaluated, and so on. Each monitored variable, such …

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