Central Nervous System (CNS) has limited capacity to regenerate spontaneously after Injury or from diseases such as Alzheimer which lead to neuronal loss and eventually functional deficits. This lack of ability to regenerate is attributed to the fact that CNS environment is not supportive of axonal growth. Also, the presence of inhibitory factors within myelin, the absence of neurotrophic or neurite- growth-promoting factors and the barriers formed by glial scars.
Study Design A cross-sectional study was conducted among patients with diabeticfoot ulcers (n=144) who attended the National Center for Diabetes,Endocrinology and Genetics (NCDEG) in Jordan during the period Nov 2015 to Jan 2016.Patients were included in the study if their age was > 18 years.Patients who attended the clinic twice or more during the study period wereinterviewed during their first attendance. Pregnant or lactating women,patients with history of stroke, cancer,
INTRODUCTIONSprintingis commonly known as the most popular effective high intensity exercise thatactually can increase the percentage of our heart rate easily. It also can burnmore calories in short period of time. We can do it in track or running path wherebyif the weather is bad we can use treadmill in the house or in the gym (Michaels, n.d.).There are several sprint races including 100 meter, 200 meter and 400 meter.
“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe” – Abraham Lincoln. This quote shows how substantial preparation is on the road to accomplishing any task. Personally, the major difference between ordinary and extraordinary is preparation. How can you climb a ladder to a very high building if it has not been well grounded? In my own case, preparation for
Under physiological conditions the microbiota shows both: plasticity and high resilience. Upon short-term perturbations (e.g. temporal change in dietary-pattern) the microbial composition adapts to alterations in the intestinal milieu, though soon resembles a pre-disturbance state. 7 The microbial ecosystem can also be changed without pathologic consequences for the host and stabilize within a new “alternative state”.35 Animal studies showed that the microbiota is capable to adapt to exposomal factors including
DNA is what makes everyone in the world different from one another. There are endless possibilities and genes to make different combinations for every organism. How they work together tells how an organism will look. The reason some people may resemble a family member is because they share the same kind of DNA. Many people have a misunderstanding of who discovered DNA. The answer isn’t as easy as saying a
The event that caused healthy men to die at a higher casualty rate than the war being fought at the time was Spanish Influenza. This was the deadliest influenza in modern history that killed around one third of the planet’s population in 1918. At the time, there were no effective drugs or vaccines to treat this deadly disease. The U.S took precaution and made citizens wear masks and public places
DNA is genetic material, and for humans it’s what makes everyone in the world different from one another. Many people have a misunderstanding of who discovered DNA. The answer isn’t as easy as saying a name. Technically, a chemist named Johannes Friedrich Miescher was the first person to discover DNA. He first noticed it while he was experimenting to find out exactly what makes up white blood cells. When he noticed
Macronutrients are the nutrients that provide your body with calories, right? Fats, carbs, and proteins.So fat contains nine calories per gram, carbs contain four calories per gram, and protein also contains four calories per gram. Your daily caloric intake is determined by the amount of each macronutrient you eat. Your total daily caloric intake is equal to the grams of fat per day times nine plus the grams of carbs
Unlike all other major grain crops, maize (Zea mays L.) is a monoecious species, with a separate male flower (tassel) located at the top of the stem and female flowers (ears) located about midway down on the same plant. This spatial arrangement of the flowers facilitates both selfing (pollination of the female flower with pollen from the same plant) and crossing (pollination of the female flower with pollen from a