• roles
  • We start by describing physiological and pathophysiological roles of steroids, with reference to production and action of gonadal steroids, role of steroid sulfonation, sex specific and steroids-dependent mechanism of hippocampal function, and the hydroxysteroid dehydrogenases for the modulation of tissue glucocorticoid availability. (tailieu.vn)
  • pathways
  • On the micro to the nanoscopic scale, examples of biological systems are cells, organelles, macromolecular complexes and regulatory pathways. (wikipedia.org)
  • In this degree program we guarantee you a private, fully-equipped, state-of-the-art laboratory space and the opportunity to participate in an R&D project of the Department of Molecular Biotechnology or a partner institution as part of an extensive internship in research areas such as allergy research, cell-based test systems and signaling pathways of the cell. (fh-campuswien.ac.at)
  • function
  • For example, the nervous system was named by Monro (1783), but Rufus of Ephesus (c. 90-120), clearly viewed for the first time the brain, spinal cord, and craniospinal nerves as an anatomical unit, although he wrote little about its function, nor gave a name to this unit. (wikipedia.org)
  • Caffeine was conceived for a wide range of readers interested in the effects on human health, nutrition, and physiological function of the methylxanthine beverages and foods-tea, coffee, maté, cola beverages, and cocoa and chocolate products. (tailieu.vn)
  • Focuses on how the major body systems are organized and function. (ndm.edu)
  • functions
  • The enumeration of the principal functions - and consequently of the systems - remained almost the same since Antiquity, but the classification of them has been very various, e.g., compare Aristotle, Bichat, Cuvier. (wikipedia.org)
  • This mechanistic diversity provides complex opportunities for natural and sexual selection on the many functions of integumentary colour. (royalsocietypublishing.org)
  • humans
  • Humans are uniquely adept at using systems of symbolic communication (such as language and art) for self-expression and the exchange of ideas, and for organizing themselves into purposeful groups. (wikipedia.org)
  • events
  • Obtain a basic understanding of the healthcare system including current policies, events, and considerations related to entering a health career. (hcc.edu)
  • Curiosity and the human desire to understand and influence the environment and to explain and manipulate phenomena (or events) has provided the foundation for developing science, philosophy, mythology, religion, anthropology, and numerous other fields of knowledge. (wikipedia.org)
  • health
  • The nurse monitors patient outcomes for quality and safety improvements of health care systems. (bluefieldstate.edu)
  • Use data to monitor the outcomes of care processes and use improvement methods to design and test changes to continuously improve the quality and safety of health care systems. (bluefieldstate.edu)
  • healthy
  • Precisely, the antioxidant properties of apricot kernels contribute to keeping this system healthy. (rahana.org)
  • chemical
  • Analyzes environmental problems and issues in terms of the underlying basic physical, chemical, and biological sciences and integrates concepts and information from many fields to support an understanding of the ecology of our planet, how we interact with it, and how our species affects the earth and its life-support systems. (ndm.edu)
  • knowledge
  • When we classify something as knowledge, we are implicitly appealing to a system of values: what is knowable is worthwhile, if not for its own sake, at least for its utility. (issuu.com)