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Meiosis Anaphase 1

Meiosis is the process which creates sex cells, or gametes. During the process of meiosis, chromosomes are divided by half in order to create haploid cells. These parent cells that give birth to haploid cells are different from their haploid offspring, as the haploid cells have a genome which is distinct. The process of meiosis can be divided into two separate parts: meiosis one and meiosis two. Meiosis one and meiosis two both have distinct phases. These phases are: prophase, metaphase,...

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Anatomical Body Planes

What are the anatomical planes of the body? The anatomical planes of the body are directional terms used by anatomists to help facilitate the discussion of various parts and directions of the body. By establishing a common vocabulary, they help avoid miscommunication when identifying body structures. The anatomical planes of the body and the terms accompanying them are as follows: Anterior and posterior Distal and proximal Dorsal and ventral Superior and inferior Lateral and medial Rostral and caudal Bilateral and...

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Is NH3 Polar Or Nonpolar?

Ammonia, chemical formula NH3, is a colorless gas frequently used in the production of fertilizer, as a cleaning chemical, and in the creation of nitrogenous compounds. You might be wondering, is ammonia a polar molecule or nonpolar molecule? The answer is that ammonia is a polar molecule, with its polarity being influenced by its asymmetrical shape and the presence of the nitrogen and hydrogen atoms within it. The nitrogen atoms within a molecule of ammonia have more electronegativity than the...

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Hip Anatomy Diagram: From Bones To Joints

The acetabulofemoral joint, commonly called the hip joint, scientifically termed is located in between the pelvis and the femur of the legs. The hip is a joint responsible for supporting the body’s weight during both movement and rest periods. The hip helps the body maintain balance and assists in ambulation. The bones of the hip include the femur, the ilium, the ischium, and the pubis. The pubis, ischium, and ilium together constitute the pelvis while the thigh bone is the...

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Perfect Paprika Substitutes

If you are looking for a spice to substitute for paprika, there are a few different options you can use. Substitutes for paprika include chili powder, cayenne powder, hot sauce, cajun spice, Aleppo peppers, black pepper, bell peppers, pimento de la Vera, red pepper flakes, and chipotle powder. Facts About Paprika Paprika has a distinctive red hue. Photo: By Badagnani - Own work, CC BY 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3498448 Before going into spices which can substitute for paprika, let's...

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Ankle Anatomy And Bones

The ankle is the portion of the body where the foot and leg join together. Although the ankle is frequently referred to as one joint, it is, in fact, three different joints. The three joints that make up the ankle include the inferior tibiofibular joint, the subtalar joint, and the talocrural joint/proper ankle joint. The bones in the ankle region belong to both the foot and leg. The bones of the leg that can be found in the ankle include...

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Hand Anatomy: From Bones To Muscles

The human hand is located at the end of the forearm, and it is made out of 27 different bones as well as two different muscle groups - the intrinsic muscle group and extrinsic muscle group. The bones of the hand include the carpal bones, the metacarpals, and the phalanges. Let's take a more detailed look at the construction of the human hand, including the bones, muscles, nerves, and arches that make up the hand. Bones Of The Hand [caption...

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Back Muscles: Names And Diagram

The human back extend from the buttocks to the posterior portion of the neck and shoulders. It is opposite from the chest, and the vertebral column runs down the back. The pelvis at the bottom of the back and the shoulders at the top of the back give the back its breadth, and it narrows in between these two regions. There are three different muscle groups found in the back: the superficial group, the deep group, and the intermediate group....

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Human Heart Diagram Labeled

The human heart is an organ responsible for pumping blood through the body, moving the blood (which carries valuable oxygen) to all the tissues in the body. Without the heart, the tissues couldn't get the oxygen they need and would die. Along with lymphatic vessels, the blood, blood vessels, and lymph, the heart composes the circulatory system of the body. Let's examine the anatomy of the heart along with some diagrams that show how the heart operates. Anatomy Of The...

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Meiosis Metaphase 1

Meiosis is how sex cells reproduce, dividing their chromosomes by half to create four haploid cells which are distinct from the original cells that birthed them. Meiosis has two different phases: meiosis one (meiosis I) and meiosis two (meiosis II). These phases are further divided into sub-phases, and metaphase one is a sub-phase of meiosis one. During metaphase one, the tetrads of the cell congregate on the metaphase plate located halfway between the opposing ends of the cell. After this,...

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