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Tag Archives: Human-Physiology

The nervous system is responsible for controlling and coordinating the activities of different organs and systems in the body. The subtopic of “Transmission of Impulses”… Read More
The left and right kidneys are two bean-shaped organs located on either side of the spine in the abdominal cavity. Despite their similar appearance and… Read More
Post-fertilization events are the processes that occur after the fusion of the male and female gametes during sexual reproduction. These events are crucial for the… Read More
The hormones made by the Heart, Kidney, and Gastrointestinal Tract are very important for our health. Different parts of the body make different hormones that… Read More
Blood is responsible for the transportation of gases between the lungs and body tissues. Oxygen is transported bound to hemoglobin as it does not dissolve… Read More
Human reproduction is the biological process by which a new individual offspring is produced from one or two parent organisms. The Human Reproduction process involves… Read More
Intrapleural pressure and Intrapulmonary pressure are the pressure within the respiratory system. Intrapleural pressure is exerted in the pleural cavity whereas Intrapulmonary pressure is exerted… Read More
Fertilization and implantation are the 2 important events in human reproduction, which is the biological process of producing new individuals from a union of male… Read More
Different Digestive diseases affect millions of people whereas Gastritis and Pancreatitis are such kinds of diseases. Pancreatitis is the inflammation of the pancreas while Gastritis… Read More
Gametogenesis is a process of producing male and female gametes, carried out by all sexually reproducing organisms. The process involves various multiple stages of division… Read More
The human body is a complex combination of different organs. Some organs help to gain energy; some organs help to distribute that energy. There are… Read More
The human body has two primary systems that work together to regulate and coordinate body functions, the nervous system and the endocrine system. The nervous… Read More
Pneumothorax and Tension Pneumothorax are the two medical terms that cause lung organs with severe breathing problems. Both these problems are raised due to the… Read More
The epithelium is a type of tissue that forms the outer layer of the body and helps to protect the underlying tissues from damage and… Read More
Voluntary, involuntary, and myocardium are three types of muscles found in animals. Skeletal muscles are considered voluntary muscles while smooth muscles are considered involuntary muscles.… Read More