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Bone Marrow – Function, Disorders

Bone Marrow – Function, Disorders

A well-functioning circulatory and lymphatic system is largely dependent on a healthy bone marrow function. The bone marrow is composed of soft tissues buried within the bones and is responsible for the production of new blood cells and lymphocytes, a...
Basal Ganglia – Function, Disorders

Basal Ganglia – Function, Disorders

A deeper understanding of the basal ganglia function will help people better comprehend speech and motion-related diseases and a number of neurological disorders. This particular part of the brain is much involved in facilitating movement, speech as well...
Phospholipids

Phospholipids

Phospholipids function is involved in shaping the cell membrane and at the same time in helping the cells maintain their internal environment and structures. Phospholipids also serve a special purpose in allowing water-soluble molecules to enter and exit...
Alveoli – Function, Gas Exchange, Structure, Diagram

Alveoli – Function, Gas Exchange, Structure, Diagram

The respiratory process is made possible by the alveoli – the small tissue sacs in the lungs. These small air sacs are much like a bunch of grapes that deflate and inflate during the breathing process.  Specifically, these tissues in the lungs...
Cell Membrane – Function, Structure

Cell Membrane – Function, Structure

What is cell membrane ? All living organisms are composed of cells. Cell membrane is one of the most essentials parts of a cell. It forms the outer covering of cells. The primary function of cell membrane is to manage the inflow and outflow of substances...
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