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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SYSTOLE AND DIASTOLE?
what is fossa lunata ?
explain the mechanism of blood clotting?
explain different types of blood groups and donor copatibiity
Explain Cardiac cycle?
why does the ventricle relax as a closed chamber in the early phase of its diastole?
Pls provide a flow chart for Cardiac Cycle.......
what are the functions of histamine,heparin and serotonin released by the basophils?
ans soon plzz!
The zig-zag junction between two cardiac muscle fibres is called ..............
What is the speciality of Hepatic Portal System?
What is Erythrolysis
Please give some pictures of abnormal ECGs, I want to compare them with normal one.
What are different types of blood group?What are the conditions to donate blood?
i liked da teachers video for blood clootting...thankyou 4 dat.....
i have a question...whatis the role if calcium ions in blood clotting ?
Describe the evolutionary
change in the pattern of heart among the vertebrates.
as there is an antigen b is present in b group and o have anti body b ... so wont it bind with each other????
WHY IS HEART MESODERMALLY DERIVED ORGAN? WHAT DOES MESODERMAL MEAN?
how does calcium play an important role in clotting of blood............. plz reply as soon as possible
What is Ischemic Heart disease?
why is blood grouping in humans a case of codominance ?please answe fast experts.............
Which blood protein initiates blood coagulation?? Prothrombin or Fibrinogen..
sir /mam do you think our heartbeat is of 2 types if yes plzz explain.
infectious diseases and vaccines available against them.minimum 10 diseases [5 of viral and 5 of bacteria ]
what is osmatic balance
why o blood group is called the universal donor ????????????
Which animals have nucleated RBCs?
what is speed of flow of blood in human body?
WHY BLOOD DOESN'T CLOT INSIDE OUR BODY ALTHOUGH OXYGEN IS PRESENT INSIDE?
IS THERE ANY MAMMAL WHICH HAVE NUCLEATED RBC?
. What is meant by double circulation? What is its significance
AB bloodgroup is caleed universal acceptor, but if a person with A bloodgroup will donate his blood, it will have antibody B, which can react with antigen B, still why AB bloodgroup is known as universal acceptor?
Alveoli short note
What does mosquito do when it bites? does it inject some fluid or it just sucks blood?
What is Atherosclerosis, Arteriosclerosis and Angina Pectoris?
dear experts ,
What is the significance of atrio-ventricular node and atrio-ventricular bundle in the functioning of heart?
this is an ncert question and solved in ur website but i am ot satisfied wid da answer...can u plz answer in brief to the question...........like wat is their role in cardiac cycle..
What happens if father is Rh( negative) and mother is Rh(positive)??
How does it affect the sebsequent child ????
WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF AV NODE AND AV BUNDLE IN THE FUNCTIONING OF THE HEART.
name and number the different clotting factors involved in clotting of blood?
SAN is called the pacemaker. Give reasons.
Vitamin K is necessary for blood clotting. Why?
Ravi was rushed to a nearly hospital after an accident which caused a lot of blood loss. The hospital failed to supply O-ve blood for transfusion. Rahman who was attending a patient learned about the situation agreed to donate blood being of the same blood group.
(a) What values do you find in Rahman?
(b) Why can't O+ve blood be transfused in to Ravi's body?
but why does this lub-dub sound occur?
in ecg, why electrical lead is attached to left ankle and not right?
standard ECG and explain the different segments in it.
Which of the following chambers of heart has the thickest muscular wall?
pls helpme return to the old version or just clear the problems in watching teachers video. Im not able to see it there is no problem in my internet connection expert help !!!!
Maximum surface area of circulating system isnseen in which one of these?
Describe the different types of valves present in human heart and explain their function and location?
PROTHROMBIN WHICH HELPS IN CLOTTING BLOOD IS RELEASED BY.......1] BLOOD PLATELETS 2] BLOOD CORPUSCLES 3] BLOOD PLASMA 4] TRANMATIZED TISSUE
what is spleen?
where is it located?
what is the funtion of spleen?
why sinoatrial node is called the pacemaker of your heart.? class 11
structure and function of heart?????//
what is the life span of wbc and plasma?
What will happen if 2% CaCl2 solution is injected in heart of a mammal?
Describe all the clotting factors of blood, including the hypothetical factors.
When the blood of theRh-negative mother comes in contact with the blood of Rh positive foetus it starts forming antibodies against the foetal blood.Why then the foetal blood doesn't any antibodies against Rh negative blood of the mother???
Can anyone give detailed explanation of joint diastole !!!
Why it is importent to check Rh factor of the blood of a pregnenet women????
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