Circumcision Circumcision predates the religious ceremonies with which it is associated. Are there reasonable cases for and against routine male infant circumcision? I think there are. I don't have a strong position on either side of this discussion. It's one of those intensely personal choices, and I don't think it can be reduced to a simple yes or no answer. In responding, please observe three requests: 1. No overly emotive language, no pure pathos appeals. 2. Please back claims of fact with citation. Anything that can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence. 3. Be creative, not vulgar, in your language. Please. Citations (and the script) can be found here:
Cattle Decapitation - The Ripe Beneath the Rind *** MUSIC ONLY *** Band: Cattle Decapitation Track: The Ripe Beneath the Rind (5) Album: The Harvest Floor (2009) Lyrics: Flesh shall flay Peeled back exposing the nutrients of contents of mammal Nutritious, delicious fruit The stratified-squamous: keratinized Epithelia dissected Pseudo-stratified columnar, uni-cellular goblets (cells) secreting mucus Gored out The flesh is ripened - ready to gorge Visceral contents empty on the floor Like a fine wine the organs disgorge Victim lies begging but Im wanting more The pain is insane, a new *** is torn Gaping slice Opened wide, peeling rind bleeding, spurting everywhere (now revealing the salty goodness beneath and flash frying it) Lancing meat Tender outside juicy inside - disgusts me Chopping, dicing, scrutinizing, dissecting and separating A corpse is still a corpse, of course we dine with no remorse Weve sharpened all the knives to know the ripe thats beneath the rind A blood lust curiosity, what makes these humans tick? Ive known it all my life BLOOD Flesh shall flay Peeled back now exposing the nutrients of contents of mammal Nutritious, delicious fruit The stratified-squamous: keratinized Epithelia dissected Pseudo-stratified columnar, uni-cellular goblets (cells) secreting mucus Gored out And like a wild boar your head is hunted And like a cantelope your head is opened And like a pork belly your skin seared sterile And underneath it lie the lies, the murder, the man, the meat I am not trying to take credit in anyway ...
Slide 11 - Stratified Squamous Keratinized Doctor Larsen Cleveland Chiropractic College - Histology - Anatomy 514 Laboratory Two - Epithelium Slide 11 - Stratified Squamous Keratinized
Possibilities with Periodontal Plastic Surgery A video highlighting a few cases to accomplish root coverage and to increase the zone of keratinized tissue. Modern techniques allow predictable root coverage, and can be done with minimal discomfort to the patient with the use of Alloderm. Tunneling procedures help preserve interproximal papillae and eliminate scarring.
Stratified Squamous-Kert.mp4 Keratinized Stratified Squamous Epithelium from the skin.
Effects of Density on Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis ... Yellow Legged-frogs RACHOWICZ, LARA1,2*, and CHERIE BRIGGS2 1Resources Management and Science, Yosemite National Park, Yosemite, CA, firstname.lastname@example.org; 2Dept. of Integrative Biology, Univ. of California, Berkeley, CA. Effects of Density on Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis Transmission in Mountain Yellow-legged Frogs (Rana muscosa). An emerging infectious disease of amphibians, chytridiomycosis, caused by the fungal pathogen Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, recently has been implicated in population declines and possible extinctions throughout the world, including in protected areas. B. dendrobatidis zoospores, the infectious stage of the fungus, infect keratinized cells found in the mouthparts of anuran tadpoles and the skin of postmetamorphic individuals. Here, we examined the form of the transmission function of this pathogen in the mountain yellow-legged frog (Rana muscosa) by performing laboratory and field experiments. We then used a maximum likelihood approach to determine what form of the transmission function is best supported by the experimental data. We also investigated what impact crowding might have had on transmission. In the laboratory and in some natural environments, we detected a significant positive relationship in the proportion of R. muscosa tadpole hosts that became infected after a few weeks of B. dendrobatidis exposure with increasing numbers of previously infected R. muscosa tadpoles added to their local environment. Ruth Ellen Boyle Videographer: Ruth Ellen Boyle ...
Keratin Treatment: Aftercare You love your new keratinized hair (and so does your cat) so be sure to protect it with the right products! Learn more about keratin aftercare by watching Fashionista Diaries video.
Slide 12 - Skin - Stratified Squamous Keratinized Doctor Larsen Cleveland Chiropractic College - Histology - Anatomy 514 Laboratory Two - Epithelium Slide 12 - Skin - Stratified Squamous Keratinized
Tongue Reduction for Downs Syndrome Children with Down syndrome may suffer from tongue grew in size, protrusion of tongue may lead to keratinized of it leading to loss of tasting or the possibility of suffocation. Most parents have no idea about the importance of this process, or its existence. surgery was conducted for Alaa and have been successful, thanks to the Doctor and Thanks to God for the good health.
Histology Case Study 1 -Would this really be permanent? -How would this effect non-keratinized strat. squamous epi? -Is this situation plausible -- could it really happen from what was shown? -Compare/contrast permanent tattoos vs. henna tattoos. Why is one permanent and one semi-permanent? -If this was your patient, what would you tell them to do to get back to normal faster?
Life Cycle Of Frog Check us out at The life cycle of a frog starts with an egg. A female generally lays gelatinous egg masses containing thousands of eggs, in water. Each anuran species lays eggs in a distinctive, identifiable manner. An example are the long strings of eggs laid by the common American toad. The eggs are highly vulnerable to predation, so frogs have evolved many techniques to ensure the survival of the next generation. In colder areas the embryo is black to absorb more heat from the sun, which speeds up the development. Most commonly, this involves synchronous reproduction. Many individuals will breed at the same time, overwhelming the actions of predators; the majority of the offspring will still die due to predation, but there is a greater chance some will survive. Another way in which some species avoid the predators and pathogens eggs are exposed to in ponds is to lay eggs on leaves above the pond, with a gelatinous coating designed to retain moisture. In these species the tadpoles drop into the water upon hatching. The eggs of some species laid out of water can detect vibrations of nearby predatory wasps or snakes, and will hatch early to avoid being eaten. Some species, such as the Cane Toad (Bufo marinus), lay poisonous eggs to minimise predation. While the length of the egg stage depends on the species and environmental conditions, aquatic eggs generally hatch within one week. Other species go through their whole larval phase inside the eggs or the ...
CV-31 Soft Tissue Management During Maxillary Implant Recovering PREVIEW This high-quality video demonstrates a 2nd stage uncovering soft tissue procedure of an 8 maxillary implant treatment. This video demonstrates the surgical option to increase the thickness of soft tissue and the width of keratinized tissue around implant abutments in a fully edentulous upper jaw. A split thickness flap preparation is demonstrated and the harvesting of 2 large connective tissue grafts to enhance the ridge width of the anterior maxilla. The patient is presented from initial start of treatment to the completed fixed prosthetic result and narrated throughout by Dr Egon Euwe.
Implants and Attached Gingiva This implant was placed with no attached gingiva. Expert opinion typically leads one to "want" 2-3mm attached gingiva around an implant - but - the evidence is still dicey. J Clin Periodontol. 2008 Sep;35(8 Suppl):163-7. Soft tissue management at implant sites. Clin Oral Implants Res. 2009 Oct;20(10):1170-7. Epub 2009 Aug 30. Five-year evaluation of the influence of keratinized mucosa on peri-implant soft-tissue health and stability around implants supporting full-arch mandibular fixed prostheses. Gen Dent. 2004 Jan-Feb;52(1):74-8; quiz 79. The role of keratinized tissue and attached gingiva in maintaining periodontal/peri-implant health. Aust Dent J. 2008 Jun;53 Suppl 1:S39-42. Biological basis for soft tissue management in implant dentistry.
Ex. 18: Vertebrate Anatomy-Section of Human Skin (Scalp) Slide Epidermis-Stratified Squamous Epithelium Dermal Layer-Connective Tissue Hair Follicles (Dead, keratinized cells) Sebaceous Glands-secretes oily material that prevents hair from becoming brittle Sweat Glands-watery secretions help regulate body temperature by cooling the surface of the skin Adipose Tissue-possess large vacuole filled with fat
Stratified Squamous Epithelium Recorded on February 12, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder.
Cattle Decapitation- Ripe Beneath The Rind Solo Live Cattle Decapitation Play THe Ripe Beneath the rind Solo and ending live in seattle on oct 28 2010.
Cattle Decapitation - HD The Ripe Beneath The Rind 6/4/11 Cattle Decapitation playing The Ripe Beneath the Rind at Chain Reaction on June 4, 2011.
Transverse Section of Digestive Tract Mesothelium Serosa Muscularis externa (outer longitudinal layer) Muscularis externa (inner circular layer) Submucosa Muscularis mucosa Lamina propria Non-keratinized epithelium of mucosa
Star Smellers Ministry Overview web page - Genesis 27:27a And he came near, and kissed him: and he smelled the smell of his raiment, and blessed him.... Can mammals that spend time in the water smell odors under water? Of course they can, but no researcher is going to take a big sniff under water to find out! Being able to smell helps us to learn important information about our surroundings smells can attract or warn of danger. But it has always been thought that semi-aquatic animals could never smell odors under water. Animal researchers at Vanderbilt University were aware that water shrews and star-nosed moles release bubbles constantly when they are under water, but they didnt know why. The star-nosed mole is amazing by itself. Its nose has 16 pink tentacles, giving this strange-looking creature its name. So they watched the animals under water on high speed video. They saw the creatures exhaling and then re-inhaling the bubbles at the rate of ten times a second. That led them to wonder whether the animals could be detecting odors under water. As a test, they placed food in the tank but separated it from the test subjects with a screen so there was no physical contact. As the animals were tested they excitedly targeted in on the food source, demonstrating that they were indeed detecting the odor of wanted food. Since these creatures make their living under water, God has given them the amazing and surprising ability to smell under water. Prayer: Heavenly Father ...
Ceratrophys cornuta in the Yasuni Ceratophrys cornuta is a striking frog due to the presence of its large mouth that is approximately 1.6 times wider than the length of the body. Adult females are larger (up to 120 mm and 130g) than adult males (up to 72 mm and 60g). (Duellman and Lizana, 1994). Color patterns are variable greens, browns, and beige with darker streaks of greens and browns. The ventral side shows a light colored body with uniform dark pigmentation on the throat (Lynch 1982). Like other members of the genus, C. cornuta possesses heavy calcification, ornamentation, casquing, and a hyperossified cranium. The skull is strong and akinetic, with all bones but the premaxilla, columellae, and the septomaxilla fused. A pronounced interocular crest characterizes this species. Other autapomorphies include the absence of a carina from the zygomatic region to the maxilla below the eye, the absence of vomerine teeth, pointed tubercles on flanks, smooth face, extensively webbed outer toes, and a slender, elongated tubercle on eyelids. (See Wild (1997) for detailed osteology). Distribution and Habitat Country distribution from: Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Peru, Suriname, Venezuela C. cornuta are widely distributed in terra firma and inundated rainforest areas in the Amazon Basin. They prefer the leaf-litter habitat associated with their cryptic coloration and burrowing habits (Duellman and Lizana 1994). Life History, Abundance, Activity, and Special Behaviors Duellman and Lizana ...
Skin Keratinized.mp4 SKin showing the layers of the epidermis and dermis. Hair follcles are included.