A person with anemia has fewer red blood cells in his or her blood than the normal level. Red blood cells carry oxygen to all the cells in the body.
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The pectineus - named from pecten (=pubes) on account of its origin from the bone - is a quadrilateral sheet.
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DNA Replication in Eukaryotes
Eukaryotic genomes are much more complex and larger in size than prokaryotic genomes. The human genome has three billion base pairs per haploid set of chromosomes, and 6 billion base pairs are replicated during the S phase of the cell cycle. There are multiple origins of replication on the eukaryotic chromosome; humans can have up to 100,000 origins of replication.
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Flexor digitorum longus muscle
The flexor digitorum longus (french : muscle long fléchisseur commun des orteils) - named from its being the longer of the two flexors of the toes - is a fusiform sheet.
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Oxidation of Pyruvate and the Citric Acid Cycle
If oxygen is available, aerobic respiration will go forward. In eukaryotic cells, the pyruvate molecules produced at the end of glycolysis are transported into mitochondria. There, pyruvate will be transformed into an acetyl group that will be picked up and activated by a carrier compound called coenzyme A (CoA).
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Flexor hallucis longus muscle
The flexor hallucis longus muscle (french : muscle long fléchisseur propre du gros orteil) - named from its action upon the great toe (hallux) and its length - is a strong fusiform sheet.
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Anatomy of the Deltoid muscle
The deltoid muscle (French: muscle Deltoïde; latin : deltoideus) is fleshy from the lateral border and upper surface of the acromion and from the ventral border and upper surface of the lateral third of the clavicle, and tendinous from the spine of the scapula. Some fibre-bundles also at times arise from the deep fascia of the muscle where it overlies and is fused to the fascia of the infraspinatus muscle near the spine.
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Stretch marks happen when people gain and lose weight at a rapid rate. These marks are usually red or dark brown and appear on the stomach or abdomen, hips, breasts, thighs and buttocks area. These marks happen when there are changes to the elastic supportive tissue that lies under the skin.
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The popliteus (french : muscle poplité) - named from its position on the floor of the ham (= poples) - is a triangular sheet.
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The 3rd Trimester
The third trimester is the last leg of the race that is pregnancy. Here, the belly is pronounces and the due date draws nearer and nearer. This is the time when a woman will feel ready to give birth and will fully feel the baby growing inside of her. This is a physically and mentally trying time for a woman. The baby’s position can make it hard to feel comfortable, and a woman can feel stressed if the due date approaches and then passes without contractions. The following are some things to expect when in the third trimester.
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Tibialis posterior muscle
The tibialis posterior (french : muscle tibial postérieur) - named from its position in the back part of the leg and its origin from the tibia - is a thick fusiform sheet.
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Top 5 Antioxidant Rich Fruits
Fruits are sweet, refreshing and loaded with antioxidants. Plus, since they’re portable and can be eaten with minimal preparation, they make a perfect snack. This article will highlight five of the best fruit sources of antioxidants.
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