Integumentary system: skin, hair, fat, and nails. Skeletal system: structural support and protection with bones, cartilage, ... The notion of physiological division of labor, introduced in the 1820s by the French physiologist Henri Milne-Edwards, allowed ... work incessantly to produce the phenomena that constitute the life of the individual." In more differentiated organisms, the ... Sensory systems: visual system, auditory system, olfactory system, gustatory system, somatosensory system, vestibular system. ...
... stomatognathic system A15 - hemic and immune systems A16 - embryonic structures A17 - integumentary system B - Organisms B01 - ... cell phenomena, and immunity G05 - genetic processes G06 - biochemical phenomena, metabolism, and nutrition G07 - physiological ... urogenital system (87 articles) A06 - endocrine system A07 - cardiovascular system A08 - nervous system A09 - sense organs A10 ... A - Anatomy A01 - body regions (74 articles) A02 - musculoskeletal system (213 articles) A03 - digestive system (98 articles) ...
Integumentary system: skin cell Hormonal control Endocrine system: hormone Animal reproduction Reproductive system: testes - ... computational modeling of biological systems. Theoretical Biology - the mathematical modeling of biological phenomena. Zoology ... Behavioral neuroscience - study of physiological, genetic, and developmental mechanisms of behavior in humans and other animals ... Central nervous system: brain - spinal cord limbic system - memory - vestibular system Peripheral nervous system Sensory ...
This phenomenon has been attributed in part to foveal sparing in macular degeneration. The research done by Sarna's team proved ... This is the physiological purpose of sun tanning. Dark-skinned people, who produce more skin-protecting eumelanin, have a ... In invertebrates, a major aspect of the innate immune defense system against invading pathogens involves melanin. Within ... Galván, Ismael; Solano, Francisco (8 April 2016). "Bird Integumentary Melanins: Biosynthesis, Forms, Function and Evolution". ...
Water transport systems, like vascular plant systems, with water conducting vessels, independently came about in horsetails, ... A Natural Resonating Bell; The Presence and Importance of a Resonant Phenomenon in the Locomotor Structure)". J. Exp. Biol. 134 ... News in Physiological Sciences. 17 (3): 93-98. doi:10.1152/nips.01376.2001. PMID 12021378. S2CID 15241669. "Rumination: The ... "An Early Cretaceous heterodontosaurid dinosaur with filamentous integumentary structures". Nature. 458 (7236): 333-336. Bibcode ...
... integumentary structures, and physiological and behavioral traits, though the method is extremely sensitive to confounds from ... mating system mating system isolation maximum parsimony See parsimony. mechanical isolation mechanical pollinator isolation ... allopatry The phenomenon by which two or more populations of a single species exist in geographic isolation from one another. ... adaptationism The Darwinian view that many or most physiological and behavioral traits of organisms are adaptations that have ...
Terrestrial adults discarded their lateral line systems and adapted their sensory systems to receive stimuli via the medium of ... The progeny feed on a skin layer that is specially developed by the adult in a phenomenon known as maternal dermatophagy. The ... The integumentary structure contains some typical characteristics common to terrestrial vertebrates, such as the presence of ... Physiological Zoology. 64 (1): 212-231. doi:10.1086/physzool.64.1.30158520. JSTOR 30158520. S2CID 87191067. Archived from the ...
A systematic detection and eradication system was used throughout a control zone about 600 kilometres (400 mi) long and 30 ... a linguistic phenomenon when a wh-expression drags with it an entire encompassing phrase to the front of the clause has been ... established a population of domestic albino brown rats to study the effects of diet and for other physiological studies.[ ... unique defense mechanism termed degloving that allows for escape from predation through the loss of the outermost integumentary ...
... it is part of the integumentary system, as are claws and scales. The hatching chick first uses its egg tooth to break the ... Turner, J. Scott (1997). "On the thermal capacity of a bird's egg warmed by a brood patch". Physiological Zoology. Vol. 70, no ... overbrooding The not uncommon phenomenon of birds continuing to brood eggs that are not viable and will not hatch, sometimes ... hyoid apparatus The system of bones to which the tongue is attached. It usually includes the tongue bone, to which the tongue ...
"The integumentary system: anatomy, physiology and function of skin". proquest. Retrieved 2019-05-15. Burnham, Robert S.; ... Raynaud's phenomenon (also known as Raynaud's disease or syndrome) is an important condition affecting skin temperature of many ... Some experts[who?] believe the physiological significance of skin temperature has been overlooked, because clinical analysis ... 2015). Raynaud's Phenomenon. New York, NY: Springer New York. doi:10.1007/978-1-4939-1526-2. ISBN 978-1-4939-1525-5. "Raynaud's ...
Work in model systems such as Xenopus laevis and zebrafish has revealed a role for bioelectric signaling in the development of ... McCaig, C. D. Electric Fields in Vertebrate Repair., (The Physiological Society, 1989). Yasuda, Iwao (1974). "Mechanical and ... Borgens, Richard B (1984). "Are limb development and limb regeneration both initiated by an integumentary wounding?". ... suggesting active regulation of these electrical phenomena. For example, the wound electric currents are always the strongest ...
The immune system of birds resembles that of other jawed vertebrates. Birds have both innate and adaptive immune systems. Birds ... The elimination of nitrogenous wastes as uric acid reduces the physiological demand for water, as uric acid is not very toxic ... P. 432-447 Du Brul, E. Lloyd (1962). "The general phenomenon of bipedalism". American Zoologist. 2 (2): 205-208. doi:10.1093/ ... Stettenheim, Peter R (2000). "The Integumentary Morphology of Modern Birds-An Overview". American Zoologist. 40 (4): 461-477. ...
... the integumentary, the lymphatic, the musculoskeletal, the reproductive, the respiratory, and the urinary system. The dental ... April 2018). "Physiological and Genetic Adaptations to Diving in Sea Nomads". Cell. 173 (3): 569-580.e15. doi:10.1016/j.cell. ... Another suggests that war is a relatively recent phenomenon and has appeared due to changing social conditions. While not ... The human brain, the focal point of the central nervous system in humans, controls the peripheral nervous system. In addition ...
This could imply that most planetary systems form differently from the Solar System. Analysis of the stone Hypatia shows it has ... 5 March Researchers at MIT and Harvard report in the journal Nature of discovering the phenomenon of graphene acting as a ... "Pterosaur integumentary structures with complex feather-like branching". Nature Ecology & Evolution. 3 (1): 24-30. doi:10.1038/ ... which only release their cargo under certain physiological conditions, thereby potentially reducing drug side-effects in ...
Other specified tuberculosis of central nervous system' 101381='Oth specified TB of centrl nerv system, bac/histo exam not done ... Other symptoms involving skin and integumentary tissues' 178300='Anorexia' 178310='Abnormal weight gain' 178320='Abnormal loss ... Other visual distortions and entoptic phenomena' 136816='Psychophysical visual disturbances' 136820='Diplopia' 136830=' ... of weight' 178330='Feeding difficulties and mismanagement' 178340='Lack of expected normal physiological development' 178350=' ...
Integumentary System. Skin. Dermis. Epidermis. Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena. Social Sciences. ...
Other specified tuberculosis of central nervous system' 101381='Oth specified TB of centrl nerv system, bac/histo exam not done ... Other symptoms involving skin and integumentary tissues' 178300='Anorexia' 178310='Abnormal weight gain' 178320='Abnormal loss ... Other visual distortions and entoptic phenomena' 136816='Psychophysical visual disturbances' 136820='Diplopia' 136830=' ... of weight' 178330='Feeding difficulties and mismanagement' 178340='Lack of expected normal physiological development' 178350=' ...
Other specified tuberculosis of central nervous system' 101381='Oth specified TB of centrl nerv system, bac/histo exam not done ... Other symptoms involving skin and integumentary tissues' 178300='Anorexia' 178310='Abnormal weight gain' 178320='Abnormal loss ... Other visual distortions and entoptic phenomena' 136816='Psychophysical visual disturbances' 136820='Diplopia' 136830=' ... of weight' 178330='Feeding difficulties and mismanagement' 178340='Lack of expected normal physiological development' 178350=' ...
Other specified tuberculosis of central nervous system' 101381='Oth specified TB of centrl nerv system, bac/histo exam not done ... Other symptoms involving skin and integumentary tissues' 178300='Anorexia' 178310='Abnormal weight gain' 178320='Abnormal loss ... Other visual distortions and entoptic phenomena' 136816='Psychophysical visual disturbances' 136820='Diplopia' 136830=' ... of weight' 178330='Feeding difficulties and mismanagement' 178340='Lack of expected normal physiological development' 178350=' ...
Integumentary System. Skin. Dermis. Epidermis. Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena. Social Sciences. ...
Other specified tuberculosis of central nervous system' 101381='Oth specified TB of centrl nerv system, bac/histo exam not done ... Other symptoms involving skin and integumentary tissues' 178300='Anorexia' 178310='Abnormal weight gain' 178320='Abnormal loss ... Other visual distortions and entoptic phenomena' 136816='Psychophysical visual disturbances' 136820='Diplopia' 136830=' ... of weight' 178330='Feeding difficulties and mismanagement' 178340='Lack of expected normal physiological development' 178350=' ...
Other specified tuberculosis of central nervous system' 101381='Oth specified TB of centrl nerv system, bac/histo exam not done ... Other symptoms involving skin and integumentary tissues' 178300='Anorexia' 178310='Abnormal weight gain' 178320='Abnormal loss ... Other visual distortions and entoptic phenomena' 136816='Psychophysical visual disturbances' 136820='Diplopia' 136830=' ... of weight' 178330='Feeding difficulties and mismanagement' 178340='Lack of expected normal physiological development' 178350=' ...
... of central nervous system NOS Syphilis (early) (late) of central nervous system NOS Syphiloma of central nervous system NOS 095 ... It may be characterized by conversion phenomena or dissociative phenomena. In the conversion form the chief or only symptoms ... Physiological malfunction arising from mental factors A variety of physical symptoms or types of physiological malfunction of ... Symptoms involving skin and other integumentary tissue 782.0 Disturbance of skin sensation Anesthesia of skin Hypoesthesia ...
Other specified tuberculosis of central nervous system' 101381='Oth specified TB of centrl nerv system, bac/histo exam not done ... Other symptoms involving skin and integumentary tissues' 178300='Anorexia' 178310='Abnormal weight gain' 178320='Abnormal loss ... Other visual distortions and entoptic phenomena' 136816='Psychophysical visual disturbances' 136820='Diplopia' 136830=' ... of weight' 178330='Feeding difficulties and mismanagement' 178340='Lack of expected normal physiological development' 178350=' ...
Integumentary System. Skin. Dermis. Epidermis. Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena. Social Sciences. ...
Other specified tuberculosis of central nervous system' 101381='Oth specified TB of centrl nerv system, bac/histo exam not done ... Other symptoms involving skin and integumentary tissues' 178300='Anorexia' 178310='Abnormal weight gain' 178320='Abnormal loss ... Other visual distortions and entoptic phenomena' 136816='Psychophysical visual disturbances' 136820='Diplopia' 136830=' ... of weight' 178330='Feeding difficulties and mismanagement' 178340='Lack of expected normal physiological development' 178350=' ...
Integumentary System. Skin. Dermis. Epidermis. Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena. Social Sciences. ...