Rhode SIDERITIS L. – Zheleznitsa.

Annuals, herbaceous perennials, 5-50 cm high. Distribution: European part (west, south), the Caucasus and the Far East. Contain monoterpenondy (including iridoids) and phenolic and higher fatty acid established structure. Highlighted the essential oil to 1% of the S. montana L. fatty oil to 30.3% of the fruits of S. taurica Steph. Flavonoids are found. Medicinal. Indications - tumors: when opuholyah1, diseases of the respiratory system: the lung diseases - flowers, symptoms and syndromes: in fever, nausea, vomiting - Hopes. h S. taurica In the experiment, the amount of flavonoids S. taurica Read more [...]
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Economic and moral damage caused by alcohol abuse and alcoholism

Studies in the general hospitals in France showed that in 1967 39% of the total number of hospitalized men and 13% of women were placed in the hospital due to alcohol abuse. For the maintenance and management of these patients spent 41.8% of the budget of general hospitals, with the main part of the payments made by the social insurance. Costs as a result of accidents at work, cause which - alcohol is in France from 500 thousand to 1 million francs. In Australia, these costs amount to $ 80 million. Considerable loss of production due to theft is committed by drunks. However, "... any material Read more [...]
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Santa Cruz, California

En itinerary to Pleasance Item (Odd and Forty-first Boulevard, downtown) (rectify)     Pic: Browned Shank IIIBy the Numbers Universe* 57,553 Modal Transpose 35 proceedings Medial AGE 31 Medial INCOME $53,998 Average House Toll $777,500 (Santa Cruz County) BIGGEST EMPLOYERS Santa Cruz County (2,669), Dominican Infirmary (2,000), UC Santa Cruz (1,500) Notification STATISTIC Santa Cruz has 15 freelancer custom-made surf shapers *All universe figures are 2005 nosecount estimatesIF MANHATTAN IS the epicentre of urban polish, Santa Cruz is the image of the California beach Read more [...]
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Eclampsia

Eclampsia (Flash (Latin) - a kind of condition that occurs in pregnant women because of altered reactivity of the organism in relation to deep disorders in the course of metabolic processes. Particularly severe manifestations of toxemia (toxicity) have been reported in those women with neurotic conditions existed prior to the current pregnancy, and when they were still certain disorders of the somatic. Table. 17 shows some clinical forms (pure and mixed) and the stage of toxemia, which can have both acute (47.2%) and slow flow (in 52.8%). We think this division most appropriate. Table 17. Toxemia Read more [...]
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The evolution of the limbs

In all species of vertebrates have only two pairs of limbs, although the extent of their development may be erratic. Derived for the limbs of vertebrates are paired fins of fish. The front pair is directly behind the head and called pectoral fins. Rear - pelvic fins - located behind the intestinal opening. Translational motion of the body of the fish is the tail, and the unpaired and paired fins regulate the movement and depth are the organs of support. Fin skeleton consists of 1 - 3 large plates of cartilage and cartilage foundation beams are located in the interior of the fin. Jump in Read more [...]
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The evolutionary theory

Natural sciences and philosophies in the early XIX century, to a large extent dependent on the industrial revolution. The industrial revolution that occurred in the first place in England led to the aggravation of class contradictions of capitalism. Some humanists (Hobbes, 1588-1679; Locke, 1632-1704, Carlyle, 1795-1881) saw huge contradictions of bourgeois society, supposedly caused by selfish motives of capitalists. With other items to the exploitation of the working class came utopian socialists Saint-Simon (1760-1825), Fourier (1772-1837) and Owen (1771 - 1858). Huge impact on the public Read more [...]
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Thyroid

Thyroid (Gl. thyroidea) - unpaired Authority, with a mass of 40 to 50 g gland is divided into twin share (lobi dexter et sinister), connected by an isthmus (isthmus) (Fig. 348). From the middle of the neck in 35% of the share moves up thin (lobus pyramidalis), sometimes reaching the hyoid bone. Parenchyma gland consists of follicles formed cubic and prismatic epithelium. Follicles filled with colloid containing hormone diyodtiroksin. They are grouped into segments, which are wrapped in connective tissue fibers, containing blood and lymph vessels and nerves. Interlobular connective fabric Read more [...]
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Shock Body

Of the survey is that many people with atopic diseases throughout life clinical manifestations observed by the same bodies, such as the defeat of the nasal mucosa and conjunctival membranes with pollinosis. In others, after several years of pollen rhinitis and conjunctivitis appears pollen bronchial asthma (shock body - Broncho-pulmonary apparatus). Some patients with urticaria observed in the same areas of the skin. Shock Authority determine if you are allergic to more than in other organs, fixation of specific antibodies in the tissues of the body. The question of why, in some cases, specific Read more [...]
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The Tortoise and the Step

Chicago Horizon and Seacoast     Photograph: CorbisThe Tangible Step Schoolmaster Column mounting may audio a fiddling punch-drunk, but it requires sovereign cardiovascular fittingness and howling lower-body forcefulness. Hither's how Terrycloth Purcell, three-time ace of the Sears Tug upshot, keeps in racing configuration o'er the row of a hebdomad:MONDAY I do a 45-minute plyometric exercising in the morn, with heaps of high-knee jumps. At dark, I fancy a 30-minute jog.TUESDAY I do a centre exercise in the forenoon, and in the eventide I do an acute step exercising quatern sets Read more [...]
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Pineal body

Pineal body (corpus pineale), or the upper appendage of the brain, is a member of the intermediate part of the brain (Fig. 361). Its mass is 0.2 g Body has an egg-shaped, flattened from top to bottom. The children and women is larger than that of men. Gland covered with connective tissue sheath connected to trabeculae its parenchyma. Parenchyma gland consists of chief cells, mixed with astrocytes, rare ganglion cells and myelinated nerve fibers, non-fleshy. After seven years there has been a reduction of the cellular elements. Older marked proliferation of connective tissue and the formation Read more [...]
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Cervical pregnancy

For the first time of the possibility of cervical pregnancy reported in 1884 IM Lvov. In Soviet literature monograph MN Lehtmana dedicated to this form of obstetric pathology. MN Lehtman to 1954 collected 85 cases of cervical and cervico-peresheechnoy pregnancy described in the domestic and foreign literature. The same issue dealt with by IK Vachnadze made on me led the department. In the matter of the pathogenesis of cervical pregnancy even up to the present time, there are many ambiguities and contradictions. Yet it must be assumed that the basis of this form of disease are structural (histomorphological) Read more [...]
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Sensitive tract of trigeminal nerve

2. Sensitive tract of trigeminal nerve starts from tactile, pain and temperature receptors face and head (except for the occipital region) of the eye socket and mouth. The impulses are sent to the node Trigeminal (Homolog of the spinal unit) on its dendrites (Fig. 496). Axons form the sensor node root of trigeminal nerve, which reaches the dorsal part of the bridge, which is divided into ascending and descending branches. Ascending branch form a rather thick fibers, which are distributed impulses from tactile and proprioceptive receptors. Thin fibers descending branch to carry out the core Read more [...]
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Veronica dim

Annual dark green pubescent plant height from 5 to 30 cm, with filiform roots. Stems prostrate or ascending, slender, simple or branched. Leaves round-ovate, crenate edges serrated or toothed, with short petioles. The flowers are arranged singly in the axils of leaves on long stalks, leaves almost equal, with fruits arcuately bent. Calyx with four ovate or almost spatulate lobes, with fruits divergent. Corolla blue or dark blue, with a diameter of 3-4 mm, with four blades, slightly higher than the cup. Fruit - a box with a kidney-shaped blunt wide notch and two rounded lobes keeled, with Read more [...]
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The sensory nerves of the cervical plexus

1. Lesser occipital nerve (n. occipitalis minor). It starts from the skin receptors of the occipital region, and then thin branches merge into a thick trunk that the rear edge of the upper third of the sternocleidomastoid muscle pierces the superficial fascia of the neck and enters into this muscle. Small occipital nerve takes part in the formation of the first loop of the nervous CI-CII. 2. Great auricular nerve (N. auricularis magnus). Its receptors are located in the ear, the skin of the ear canal, skin-chewing parotid region, fiber and parotid gland capsule. One branch nerve from the Read more [...]
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The fourth ventricle

The fourth ventricle (Ventriculus quartus) develops from a diamond-shaped cavity of the brain. At the top is connected to the III ventricle through the cerebral aqueduct, and below - with the central canal of spinal cord, through the median aperture (apertura mediana ventriculi quarti), paired lateral apertures (aperturae laterales) IV ventricle communicated with the subarachnoid space of the brain (cisterna cerebellomedullaris). IV ventricle lateral holes are located near the cerebellar flocculus in the side corners of the roof of the rhomboid fossa (Fig. 466). IV ventricle is filled with Read more [...]
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Littleton, New Hampshire

Extraneous     Universe: 6,000 // Medial AGE: 39 // Medial Abode Cost: $153,000 // Mean Exchange: 17.7 min. It would let made a yawl storyline for a Hotdog Capra photograph. Act One: Sleepy-eyed Northwards Nation burg snuggled in the broken Ovalbumin Mountains reels when 800 shoe-factory jobs vaporize. Act Two: Feisty villagers—a mix of wage-earning workers and doctors, lawyers, and teachers—confederate to respire new spirit into struggling Master Street. Act Trey: Vacant storefronts meet, Sunday greenmarket draws crowds, downtown goes WiFi, and the berth not alone Read more [...]
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The cranial nerves

Twelve pairs of cranial nerves (nn. craniales) start or end in different parts of the brain, depending on the embryonic development: I - olfactory nerve (n. olfactorius) of thelencephalon (sensitive); II - the visual nerve (N. opticus) of the diencephalon (sensitive); III - oculomotor nerve (n. oculomotorius) of the mesencephalon (mixed: motor, parasympathetic); IV - trochlear nerve (n. trochlearis) of metencephalon (Motor); V - trigeminal nerve (n. trigeminis) of metencephalon (mixed: sensory, motor); VI - abducens (n. abducens) of metencephalon (Motor); VII - facial nerve (n. facialis) of Read more [...]
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Walnut

High powerful tree 30-35 m tall with a huge shatrovidnoy crown. Thick trunk covered with a light gray longitudinally fissured bark. Young shoots are shiny, olive-gray. The leaves are pinnate, 20-40 cm long, of 7-11 leaves, when grinding with a pleasant characteristic odor. When blossom (April - May) leaves pink, hairy, glandular, summer dark green, shiny, lighter below, dull, autumn, late September and October, and yellowing. Before the appearance of male flowers blossom leaves collected in many-thick green earrings, simultaneously with leaves appear almost invisible female flowers, but sitting Read more [...]
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Skull of a newborn

Skull of a newborn has the following characteristics: 1) The shape and size of the skull, the relation of its parts are significantly different from the adult skull (Fig. 73). 73. Proportional relationships skull newborn and adult (at Andronescu). A - newborn, B - adult. 2) the number of bones than an adult; 3) between the bones of the skull roof and base are considerable membranous layer of connective tissue and cartilage. Skull of a newborn is very elastic, as many of the bones connected to each other layers of connective tissue. This feature certainly makes adaptation of the fetal head to Read more [...]
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Appendix

Appendix (appendix vermiformis) has all the layers inherent in the intestinal wall. It is connected with the beginning of the cecum, while in the 2-4 cm from the confluence of the ileum in the blind. Diameter of 6-8 mm process, its length varies from 3 to 9 cm, but there are processes and up to 18-24 cm in children appendix relatively longer than in adults. A characteristic feature of the structure is a significant development of the lymphatic tissue in the mucosa and submucosa process. Scion has mesentery (mesoappendix), which are artery, Vienna, nerves and lymphatics. In medical practice Read more [...]
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