Foot and mouth disease
... after two or three days; blisters inside the mouth that lead to excessive secretion of stringy or foamy saliva and to drooling; and blisters on the feet
that may rupture and cause lameness. Adult animals may suffer weight loss from which they do not recover for several months, and in cows, milk ...
... describe the distorted human figure drawn to reflect the relative sensory space our body parts represent on the cerebral cortex . The lips, hands, feet
and sex organs are considerably more sensitive than other parts of the body, so the homunculus has grossly large lips, hands and genitals. Well known ...
... the skin tough and almost completely waterproof. In places where the skin is exposed to much rubbing and pressure such as parts of the hands and feet
the number of cells containing keratin increases and a callus develops. Cells that contain keratin are constantly being shed and replaced by new ...
... to the bottom in 1960 .
Other notable deeps include Monterey Canyon , in the eastern Pacific, the Tonga Trench in the south west at 32,000 feet
(9,750 meters), the Philippine trench , the Puerto Rico Trench at 8,605 m (28,232 ft), the Romanche Trench at 7,760 m (24,450 ft), Fram Basin in ...
... or impairment of proprioception may happen periodically during growth, mostly during adolescence. Possible experiences include: suddenly feeling that feet
or legs are missing from your mental self-image; the need to look down at arms, hands, legs, etc. to convince yourself that they are still there; ...
... as padding and insulation for the body.
Skin can be dividided into thick and thin types. Thick skin is present on the soles of the feet
and the palms of the hands. It has a larger stratum corneum with a higher keratin content. Thick skin does not grow hair; its purpose is to help ....
... extremely low (nearly 0 C), so they have nothing to lose heat in legs or nose. Because the extremities are not insulated well, high temperature in feet
and hooves is hard to maintain.
Hibernation estivation and daily torpor
Rather than cope with limited food resources and low temperatures, ...