... is persistent high levels of blood glucose, poor
protein synthesis, and other metabolic ... such as a heart attack , stroke , neuropathy , poor
wound healing or a foot ulcer, certain eye ... patients almost always arises as a result of poor
management of the disease either from too much or ...
... sometimes caused by lifestyle issues, including poor
nutrition and low levels of exercise. Despite ... which can eventually result in a blockage or poor
blood supply to other organs, e.g. the brain or ... including goitre , scurvy, osteoporosis , poor
immune system response (and indirectly some forms ...
... Malthus proposed this only for the working and poor
classes. Thus, the lower social classes took a ... which degenerated the conditions of the poor
The influence of Malthus's theory ... overturned Tory paternalism and brought in the poor
Law Amendment Act of 1834. Malthus's theory was ...
... bones and neurological symptoms.
Systemic symptoms : weight loss , poor
appetite and cachexia (wasting), excessive sweating ( night sweats ), ... known as "the guardian of the genome". This mutation is associated with poor
prognosis , since those tumor cells are less likely to go into apoptosis ...
... of "dysgenics" if no welfare policies were in place (for example, the poor
might reproduce more, but would have higher mortality rates).
... concluded that those that were unfit were from economically and socially poor
backgrounds. Eugenicists such as Davenport, the psychologist Henry H. ...
... mostly of calcium phosphate (in the chemical arrangement termed calcium hydroxyapatite), which has relatively high compressive strength though poor
tensile strength . While bone is essentially brittle, it does have a degree of significant elasticity contributed by its organic components ...
... oxygen. Blood is never blue , but veins appear blue because light is diffused by skin . Moreover, the blood inside is dark red and exhibits poor
light reflection. From a physiological perspective, veins and arteries appear similar when skin is removed and are seen directly.
Blood moves ...
... on a partition equilibrium of analyte between a liquid stationary phase and a mobile gas. It is useful for a wide range of non-polar analytes, but poor
for thermally labile molecules.
Ion exchange chromatography
Ion exchange chromatography is a method to separate molecules such as ...
... temporal gyrus . Educational progress may also be damaged by illness and disabilities, such as recurring infectious diseases , heart problems, poor
eyesight, and hearing problems. Other physical characteristics associated with the disorder include presence of a simian crease .
... both males and females and in roughly equal proportions if you take all ages. Since bacteria invariably enter the urinary tract through the urethra, poor
toilet hygiene can predispose to infection but other factors are also important ( pregnancy in women, prostate enlargement in men) and in many ...
... must be tested extensively and meet strict government regulations. Also, in the development of a vaccine, accessibility and cost for people of poor
nations and the transportation efficiency of it must be considered.
In 1999, scientist Maurice Iwu announced at the International Botanical ...
Cell attached mode.
Advantages: Single channels can be recorded and channel properties are not changed.
Whole cell mode.
Advantages: Good pharmacology, large current is recorded because it is the whole cell.
... tend to get worn, creating locomotion difficulties in old age. Humans are also more likely than other primates to suffer from obesity because of poor
diet and lack of exercise .
Main article: Genetics of humans
Humans are a eukaryotic species. A human has 46 chromosomes ...
... under a microscope :
Producing few sperm, oligospermia , or no sperm, azoospermia .
A sample of sperm that is normal in number but shows poor
motility, or asthenozoospermia .
In some cases, both the man and woman may be infertile or sub-fertile, and the ...
... plants also exist, including the Venus flytrap , several species of pitcher plants , butterworts , and sundews . They are generally native to poor
soils that lack nitrogen , which they obtain by trapping insects.
... not originate wholly with Lamarck, he has come to personify pre- Darwinian ideas about biological evolution, now called Lamarckism .
Born into poor
nobility (hence 'chevalier'), Lamarck served in the army before becoming interested in natural history and writing a multi-volume flora of France ....
... rampant was embarked upon in the 1950s and 1960s. ( The Mosquito Killer — PDF of the same article )
Since most of the deaths today occur in poor
rural areas of Africa which lack health care, the distribution to children of mosquito nets impregnated with insect repellants has been suggested as ...
... vaccine development is economic: many of the diseases most demanding a vaccine, including HIV , Malaria and Tuberculosis , exist principally in poor
countries. Pharmaceutical firms and biotech companies have little incentive to develop vaccines for these diseases because there is so little ...