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ANATOMY Anatomy: Special SensesPrompt 1The human body has two senses types: special and general. Special senses include various body organs to feel the surroundings, for example, balancing, seeing, tasting, and smell, whereas general senses are only related to touch (Miller, 2020). The sensory data that the brain receives is collected by the skin that touches the objects. The general senses encompass pain, pressure, vibration, and proprioception. For instance, if we touch a hot cup of coffee, the fingers suddenly know that they would be burnt, and they immediately try to retract themselves from the cup. This is the information processing that the brain acts in a certain way when the skin touches the cup and gets the stimulus. The brain formulates the important functions when the sense of touch gathers the prompts from the skin. Sensory receptors play a key role in this entire processing.Prompt 2The structure of olfaction involves….

Human-Equipment Interface
Technological transformations have brought widespread use of machines and tools to the work setting. Owing to this, such concepts as human-machine/equipment interfaces have become increasingly prominent. In its simplest form, human-machine interface (HMI) refers to the point or extent of interaction between a machine and its operator; taken literally, it is the area of the machine and that of the human that interact during the execution of a task. As the use of machines at the workplace increases, the HMI concept becomes more relevant. This is particularly because machines and equipment keep getting rather complicated and advanced, and as users make more and more use of them, the risk of error increases. In this regard, manufactures are under pressure to continually develop tools and machines that align with human anatomy, limitations, and skills to make the user-machine interface safer for users (Flasporer, et al., 2002).

Human-Equipment Interfaces in a Hospital….

The large intestine begins near the lower coils of the small intestines but then ascends up the right side and bend back over the top of the highest loop of the small intestine. Several layers of muscle and sinewy tissue wrap around the area housing the internal organs (Iazzetti & igutti, 2007).
The other organs located in the major body cavity include the bladder, gall bladder, and pancreas. In addition, the female body cavity also contains a uterus.

Besides the major internal organs, there are major blood vessels that run down the body cavity directly from the heart and branch off to smaller arteries and veins that carry blood throughout the rest of the body (Iazzetti & igutti, 2007).

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Art
Since the Greek kouros, sculpture has depended on at least a basic understanding of human anatomy. Anatomy was in fact studied by ancient civilizations independently of its relevance to rendering the human body in two dimensions or three for art. The fusion of anatomy and art reached its first peak during the Renaissance, when artists in Europe longed to deepen their technique and enhance the realism of their human forms and figures. Some artists went so far as to paint anatomy lessons in a display of dramatic irony that brings the viewer face-to-face with the reality that art depends on a solid understanding of the human body. In the middle of the seventeenth century, Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn painted "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicholas Tulp," which depicts the titular doctor and his cadre of students with a corpse. Dr. Tulp uses a pair of scissors to slice into….

Anatomy and Physiology of the Skeletal and Muscular SystemsIntroductionToday, human health is being threatened on multiple fronts and it is not surprising that there is growing interest in developing a better understanding about the human bodys various systems and the respective roles they play in maintaining good health. Some people may intuitively recognize the importance of the skeletal and muscular systems to human health, but far too few understand the fundamental anatomy and physiology of these systems. In response to this constraint, the purpose of this paper is to provide a discussion concerning the anatomy and physiology of the skeletal and muscular systems in the human body as well as selected associated disorders that are associated with those systems. Following this review, a summary of the findings is provided in the conclusion.The Skeletal System1. AnatomyIt is important to note that although the human skeletal system is widely regarded as a….

Main Systems of Human Body
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The circulatory or cardiovascular system is responsible for moving nutrients, wastes and gases between body cells, transporting blood across the whole body and battling disease (Circulatory System). Its principal elements are the heart, numerous blood vessels, and blood.
The heart forms the circulatory system's core. This 2-sided, 4-chambered pump which distributes blood to various arteries comprises of the right and left ventricles, and right and left atria. The ventricles, situated within the heart's lower half, are responsible for pumping blood to the whole body (away from our heart), whilst the atria, situated within the heart's upper half are in charge of receiving blood from different parts of the human body. The right and left ventricles pump de-oxygenated and oxygenated blood, respectively; de-oxygenated blood is pumped to lungs while oxygenated blood is pumped to the remainder of the human body (smith, 2013). These 4 chambers are connected to one another by means….

evolutions
The history of modern human civilization reflects the gradual evolution of thoughts, ideas, political reform, and technological progress. At various times, specific periods of change were important enough to have been recorded as revolutions. Some of the most significant of these revolutions contributed to human history and societal development individually as well as in conjunction with other simultaneous or nearly simultaneous changes.

The Scientific evolution was responsible for fundamental changes in the understanding of the physical world, chemistry, biology, and of human anatomy and physiology. The French evolution represented the recognition of the fundamental rights of citizens to fairness and humane consideration on the part of their respective monarchical governments. The Industrial evolution increased the availability of information and provided new modes of transportation and mechanical processes that radically changed the lives of large numbers of people throughout Europe and the North American continent.

The Scientific evolution

The Scientific evolution was part….

"An electrical analogue of the entire human circulatory system ." Medical Biological and Engineering and Computin 2.2 (1964): 161-166. SpingerLink. eb. 15 Nov. 2010.
Inlander, Charles B.. The people's medical society health desk reference: information your doctor can't or won't tell you - everything you need to know for the best in health care. New York: Hyperion, 1995. Print.

Jodrey, Louise, and Karl ilbur. "Studies on Shell Formation. IV. The Respiratory Metabolism of the Oyster Mantle." Biological Bulletin 108.3 (1955): 346-358. JSTOR. eb. 15 Nov. 2010.

Ruppert, E.E., and Karen Carle. "Morphology of metazoan circulatory systems." Zoomorphology 103.3 (1983): 193-208. SpringerLink. eb. 15 Nov. 2010.

Southgate, Paul C., and John S. Lucas. The pearl oyster . Amsterdam: Elsevier Science, 2008. Print.

"The onders of the Seas: Mollusks." Oceanic Research Group. N.p., n.d. eb. 15 Nov. 2010. .

eight, Ryan, John Viator, Charles Caldwell, and Allison Lisle. "Photoacoustic detection of metastatic melanoma cells in the human….

Human esource Management
ecruitment

ecruitment at USC

Identifying purpose:

Attracting Talent:

Accessing Talent:

Select:

Appoint:

Evaluation of emuneration Strategy of the USC

Strategic emuneration

H is Asset

emuneration is Tactic and A Plan

Salary vs. World Class Program

Strategic objectives

Strategic Objectives

Performance Goals

Performance Measures

Organization and Talent Strategies in Emerging Markets

Attracting the most talented pool of candidates and satisfying their needs and retaining them might seem a simple mathematical formula but it is a really tough challenge for many. University of Southern California for example knew that luring and having people on the board was not enough. They had to offer a culture and system that they could cherish for long.

ecruitment

The process of recruitment is formally defined as process of finding a person as per specific job role and matching the job role with the searched person is called recruitment. Employment opportunities of a firm are reflected in the recruitment process of an organization. Thorough need analysis of the organization is to be made….

Human Development
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Exterogestation
The anthropologist, Ashley Montagu, developed quite a diverse and versatile number of theories ranging from views on the concept of race, social factors that contribute to crime, the measurement of internal anatomical markers found of the heads of humans, cooperative behavior as it relates to evolution, and understanding biological and cultural dynamics of sex roles and aggression. Montagu stressed gene-environment interactionism which is the notion that heredity is not merely driven by biological factors in humans but represents a dynamic interactive process between one's experiential history and one's genetic potential (Montagu, 1961). One of Montagu's most interesting ideas is that of the need for contact, especially human infants. Montagu designated the typical nine-month pregnancy as uterogestation: the period when the fetus develops within its mother's uterus so that it will be capable of surviving outside its mother's womb (Montagu, 1986). However, Montagu believed that the human infant emerged only "half-done"….

dehydration impacts on human metabolism. In this sense, a short introduction in the issue of deficient water input is followed by delimitating the notions of metabolism and dehydration in terms of definition and classification. Afterwards, focus falls on the possible degrees of dehydration and body mass loss, and their implications for a human body.
According to usan Kleiner, Ph.D., "water is the one essential element to life as we know it" (Rabkin, 2000). It makes up approximately 60% of an individual's body mass. Each human cell, tissue and organ needs it in specific amounts in order to function properly, and nearly every life-sustaining body process requires it, too. Water is present in human muscles, fat cells, blood and even bones, transporting nutrients and oxygen to cells, helping to discard waste products, moistening skin tissues, mouth, eyes and nose, and most importantly, keeping body temperature in check.

Thus, water is unspeakably essential….

a&P Lab
Design Project -- A&P Lab

Ammonia (NH3) is produced by cells located throughout the body; most of the production occurring in the intestines, liver, and the kidney, where it is used to produce urea. Ammonia is particularly toxic to brain cells, and high levels of blood ammonia can also lead to organ failure. The imaginary organelle referred to as a hydrosome functions in a manner that decreases the blood ammonia levels in people, thereby circumventing the need for medications such as to treatment to prevent hepatic encephalopathy and conditions associated with a failing liver. The hydrosome functions similarly to a primary lysosome, also containing a highly acidic interior with lytic enzymes called hydrolases. However, the waste disposal that the hydrosome conducts serves to convert ammonia to a water-soluble waste that is then excreted by the kidneys.

About this Organelle

I came up with the idea for this organelle because many diseases….

Kinesiology Human Kinetics
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Kinesiology -- Human Kinetics
Dunking

Dunking, also known as slam dunk, is a basketball trick in which the player jumps in the air and dunks the ball in the basket with one or both the hands over the rim of the basketball hoop. It is a popular shot among the audience and provides an entertaining experience to the viewers. Slam dunk contests are also held separately due to the popularity of this shot.

Phases of the movement

There are four distinct phases involved in dunking. In the first phase, the player or MJ in this case, extends his body by bending his right knee and extending his left leg so that it propels him off the ground. In the second phase, he is jumping in the air and his right knee is more bent than his left knee. He also raises his right elbow and extends his left arm to the side to get….

Hormone (or endocrine) disruptors interfere with the normal functioning of the endocrine system. They can: mimic a natural hormone and thus fool the body into responding a certain way, interfere with the reception of hormones by hormone receptors, directly alter a hormone and impede its function, cause the body to overproduce or under produce natural hormones, or decrease or increase the number of hormone receptors. These effects are especially potent during prenatal development, when even minute exposure to hormones can severely disrupt the normal development process. Potential hormone disruption effects include abnormalities of the reproductive system, birth defects, behavioral changes, depressed immune systems, and lowered intelligence. (Pettit, 2000, p. 413)
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Patrick, G.T. (1929). What Is the Mind?. New York: The Macmillan Company.

Pettit, H.E. (2000). Shifting the Experiment to the Lab: Does EPA Have a Mandatory Duty to equire Chemical Testing for Endocrine Disruption Effects under the Toxic….

scientific effects of smoking on the human body especially on the respiratory and cardiovascular systems. We will give a brief analysis on how smoking affects the mentioned systems and see how the human body system works if the individual does not smoke. We will also support our paper with scientific and statistical evidence regarding the facts related to smoking.
Smoking and its effects

Before looking at smoking and its effects lets review on how the respiratory and cardiovascular systems work. When we breathe air it first enters Trachea/windpipe through which it enters on each of the bronchi present at both of the lungs. The bronchus is spread throughout the lungs like branches on trees and at its tips is as thin as a hair (bronchioles). Each lung has about thirty thousand bronchioles. At the tip of every bronchiole lies an area which leads to tiny air sacs known as alveoli. Every….

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Essay

Health

The Human Anatomy Special Senses

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Type: Essay

ANATOMY Anatomy: Special SensesPrompt 1The human body has two senses types: special and general. Special senses include various body organs to feel the surroundings, for example, balancing, seeing, tasting,…

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Essay

Health - Nursing

Human-Equipment Interface Technological Transformations Have Brought Widespread

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Human-Equipment Interface Technological transformations have brought widespread use of machines and tools to the work setting. Owing to this, such concepts as human-machine/equipment interfaces have become increasingly prominent. In its…

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Research Proposal

Anatomy

Human Body Cavity the Internal

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Length: 1 Pages
Type: Research Proposal

The large intestine begins near the lower coils of the small intestines but then ascends up the right side and bend back over the top of the highest…

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Research Paper

Art  (general)

How the Study of Anatomy Intersects Art Specifically Sculpting

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Art Since the Greek kouros, sculpture has depended on at least a basic understanding of human anatomy. Anatomy was in fact studied by ancient civilizations independently of its relevance to…

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Research Paper

Anatomy

Physiological and Anatomical Characteristics of the Skeletal and Muscular Systems in the Human Body

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Length: 6 Pages
Type: Research Paper

Anatomy and Physiology of the Skeletal and Muscular SystemsIntroductionToday, human health is being threatened on multiple fronts and it is not surprising that there is growing interest in developing…

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Essay

Health

Main Systems of Human Body

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Length: 12 Pages
Type: Essay

The circulatory or cardiovascular system is responsible for moving nutrients, wastes and gases between body cells, transporting blood across the whole body and battling disease (Circulatory System). Its principal…

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Term Paper

Drama - World

Revolutions the History of Modern Human Civilization

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Length: 3 Pages
Type: Term Paper

evolutions The history of modern human civilization reflects the gradual evolution of thoughts, ideas, political reform, and technological progress. At various times, specific periods of change were important enough…

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Literature Review

Anatomy

Human Circulatory System and Oyster

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Length: 5 Pages
Type: Literature Review

"An electrical analogue of the entire human circulatory system ." Medical Biological and Engineering and Computin 2.2 (1964): 161-166. SpingerLink. eb. 15 Nov. 2010. Inlander, Charles B.. The people's…

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Case Study

Business - Management

Human Resource Management Recruitment at USC Identifying

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Length: 7 Pages
Type: Case Study

Human esource Management ecruitment ecruitment at USC Identifying purpose: Attracting Talent: Accessing Talent: Select: Appoint: Evaluation of emuneration Strategy of the USC Strategic emuneration H is Asset emuneration is Tactic and A Plan Salary vs. World Class Program Strategic objectives Strategic Objectives Performance…

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Essay

Children

Human Development

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Length: 2 Pages
Type: Essay

Exterogestation The anthropologist, Ashley Montagu, developed quite a diverse and versatile number of theories ranging from views on the concept of race, social factors that contribute to crime, the measurement…

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Anatomy

Dehydration Impacts on Human Metabolism In This

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Length: 8 Pages
Type: Essay

dehydration impacts on human metabolism. In this sense, a short introduction in the issue of deficient water input is followed by delimitating the notions of metabolism and dehydration…

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Research Paper

Anatomy

Organelle Functioning in the Human Cell

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Length: 6 Pages
Type: Research Paper

a&P Lab Design Project -- A&P Lab Ammonia (NH3) is produced by cells located throughout the body; most of the production occurring in the intestines, liver, and the kidney, where…

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Term Paper

Anatomy

Kinesiology Human Kinetics

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Length: 5 Pages
Type: Term Paper

Kinesiology -- Human Kinetics Dunking Dunking, also known as slam dunk, is a basketball trick in which the player jumps in the air and dunks the ball in the basket with…

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Term Paper

Anatomy

Endocrine System in the Human

Words: 327
Length: 1 Pages
Type: Term Paper

Hormone (or endocrine) disruptors interfere with the normal functioning of the endocrine system. They can: mimic a natural hormone and thus fool the body into responding a certain…

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Essay

Anatomy

Scientific Effects of Smoking on the Human

Words: 942
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Essay

scientific effects of smoking on the human body especially on the respiratory and cardiovascular systems. We will give a brief analysis on how smoking affects the mentioned systems…

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