These filaments are repeated, forming sarcomeres. The sarcomeres are important to the skeletal muscle because they are responsible for the striations that appear on the skeletal muscle. It also forms the necessary parts required for muscle contractions. The connective tissue present in this muscle, as well as all other muscles, are known as fascia. When sed muscle tissue is covered with connective tissues, it forms what is known as an epimysium.
It allows the cells to pass through. Then, it also where the process of exchanged between blood and lymphatic vessels occur. Due this process, it allows the lymphatic system to monitor the invading microbes. The lymphatic vessels also carry a clear fluid that it bathes in the body’s tissues that is known as lymph. Another organ is lymph node that is has specialized compartments where the immune system there and can encounter antigens.
On the outer arms the dyneins are the same with three different heavy chains. The dynein also has a flexible stem, globular head as well as a thin string with the ATP binding site. Axonemal dynein proteins cause microtubules to move and thus the cilia and flagella move by a beating process. Cilia and flagella have very similar structure so it is very difficult to distinguish them from each other at times. However we can distinguish between them from their movement.
Results and Discussion The group viewed each specimen in the microscope, the members then observed four types of tissues. Each tissue was identified. The results are as follows: • Epithelial Tissue - The epithelial tissue covers majority of the body surface and also makes up the lining of some internal organs. This tissue is responsible for the protection of the body from dust, dirt, bacteria and other organisms that lie outside the body, it may also be changed/modified to glands that produce mucus, hormones, enzymes and etc. , also all epithelial cells are supported by a basement membrane underneath it.
Second the protein has a complex molecular structure and one should expect protein- protein interactions to be highly directional. Protein self-association can be triggered by chemical transformations; it is also sensitive to physical parameters such as temperature and pressure. Moreover, it is strongly affected by changes in the properties of the medium, such as, pH, the electrolyte concentration, and the presence of co solvents or additives (Stenstan et al.
Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION Mucoadhesion is due to strong interaction between chemical groups of polymers and mucosal lining of the tissues. Mucin, the principal component of mucus, is responsible for the gel-like properties of the mucus. Mucin, basically glycoproteins, which consist of a protein core covalently attached over its length with carbohydrate chains. Mucus helps in protecting the tissues from chemical and mechanical damages using its lubrication properties. Mucoadhesive interactions achieved mainly by hydrogen bonding of carboxyl, hydroxyl and other hydrogen bonding groups between glycoprotein and mucin.1 Transmucosal delivery of therapeutic agents attained much attention compared to other methods of drug delivery in recent days.
The human body is an amazing thing made up of many different parts. These parts are cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems. For starters, one type of cell makes up one type of tissue. Next, two or more types of tissues make an organ. Then, a few organs working together make an organ system.
It has three functions one of them is that it transports nutrients, oxygen and hormones to cells throughout the body and removes wastes such as carbon dioxide and nitrogenous waste. It also regulates the body’s temperature, fluid pH and water contents of cells. And also it protects it by white blood cells, antibodies, and complement proteins that circulate in the blood and defend the body against foreign microbes and toxins. 2. List the structures and functions of the lymphatic system.
The integumentary system is responsible for many things, such as providing an external covering (skin) for our bodies, forming organs (sweat and oil glands), and creating tissues (nerves, connective, muscle, and epithelial). The skin is known as the largest organ of the human body. The integumentary system has numerous functions such as: protecting the body’s internal living tissues and organs, protects against invasion by infectious organisms, protects the body from dehydration, acts as a receptor for touch, pressure, pain, heat, and cold, and many more . This system works with all of the other systems of the body to maintain the internal conditions that a human body needs to function. There are numerous diseases that can afflict the integumentary system, one of them being Albinism.
The major component of the ligament, muscle, tendon, bone and joint cartilage involved in clubfoot is collagen. Prolidase enzyme activity is required for collagen biosynthesis. Collagen is key for the support of connective tissue. This study called attention to the part of serum prolidase action and its relationship with oxidative-antioxidant status in patients with clubfoot. Collection of blood samples, oxidative stress index, and statistical analysis along with the measurements of serum prolidase activity, total free sulfhydryl groups, total antioxidant capacity and