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Ethnobotany Garden - "The role of plants in society"
... subject to scientific investigation for many years, although itís effects on the central nervous system are only just beginning to be explored. Nicotine may affect the concentration of ... tongue, and a fusty body odor. Second, cholinergic preganglionic fibers of the sympathetic nervous system stimulate the adrenal medulla to discharge the arousal hormones epinephrine and norepinephrine, mobilizing ...
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Glossary of Terms
... development of cancer Cataractogenesis Tending to induce the formation of cataracts Central Nervous System (CNS) The part of the nervous system that contains the brain and the spinal cord. Chlorination ... degenerative myopathies characterized by weakness and atrophy of muscle without involvement of the nervous system. Mutagen A substance that causes permanent damage to genes, that would not normally ...
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Unique Sensitivity of the Elderly
... decreases the rate of drug elimination from the body. The blood is a transport system, shuttling substances to the liver which, plays the major role in metabolizing foreign substances ... to drugs changes. A few examples are: Increased sensitivity to drugs which depress the central nervous system. Increased sensitivity to side effects such as high blood pressure from psychotropic medication. Hemorrhage ...
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Viral Diseases
... Diseases Chapter 162. Viral Diseases Topics [General] Respiratory Viral Diseases Herpesvirus Infections Central Nervous System Viral http://www.merck.com/pubs/mmanual/section13/chapter162/162b.htm 13 ... edu/Pathogens/VIDIL/ 41. Virtual Hospital: Infectious Diseases of the Central Nervous... Infectious Diseases of the Central Nervous System Gary Baumbach, M.D., Department of Pathology, University of ...
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News and Communication Services at Oregon State University
... although the same process ultimately takes place during development of any organ or bodily system, the researchers said. The research identified the subset of genes involved in producing ... development by a pattern formation mechanism, and then mature more slowly as the central nervous system creates the functional neural circuits. Understanding this pattern formation mechanism will be essential ...
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Lab Manual Exercise #2
... its surface is called a nucleosome. 3. Metaphase: The chromosome doublets become arranged in the central region of the cell known as the equator. They do not necessarily line up single ... forms of diabetes, cancers of human tissues, organs and bone marrow, and diseases of the central nervous system (such as Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease). Depending on how they are cultured ...
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Molecule Illustrations
... mannose, resulting in a lethal accumulation of mannose in vacuoles of cells of the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). The actual vacuoles are swollen organelles called lysosomes where the ... snake family (Hydrophiidae). Some of these snakes have potent neurotoxic venoms that effect the nervous system of their prey. Antivenin kit for North and South American pit vipers (Crotalidae). The ...
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Ginseng, Ginseng Photo and Ginseng Uses
... the whole body. A very powerful medicinal herb, it both stimulates and relaxes the nervous system, encourages the secretion of hormones, improves stamina, lowers blood sugar and cholesterol levels ... activity and relaxes heart and artery movements. Stimulates the medulla centers and relaxes the central nervous system. CAUTION: Don't take Ginseng and Ginseng mixtures with Coffee as it will accelerate ...
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Ginseng
Ginseng Ginseng Part Used: root Internal remedies: Improves central nervous system disorders, depression, concentration. Improves endocrine system, stimulates especially adrenal, cortex and genital glands. Back
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Open Directory - Health: Medicine: Medical Specialties: Pathology
... the tract, including tumours, ulcers and inflammatory bowel disease. Atlas of Neuro-Oncology - Images of central nervous system tumours are grouped both alphabetically and according to World Health Organisation grading. Fibroblast Biology and ...
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