Ch.15C Physiology the Virtue of Grace (Pgs.1177-1189) Cover Page One
Chapter 15C. Physiology
Rhyming Riddle Rhythm Mind Stimulation Enhancer Brain Body Education
The Branch of Biology Stemming off of Anatomy
The Human body three sixty degrees Dimples in each checks
Functions and vital processes collectively,
Living organisms or their parts and organs necessary purpose.
Is the Skin Considered an Organ…?
Answer in the Back of the EIV Bible…Pg.1546
OdyssesyNetworks.Org: 3 Letter Word…Physiology History Fact for August 24, 2010
William Maddock Bayliss died August 24, 1924, in London with fellow Physiologist Ernest H. Starling he identified and named the first hormone, a digestive secretion. They coined the word "Hormone" from a Greek Root Meaning " to set in Motion." Bayliss's research into Saline Injections and shock also led to practices that saved the lives of many wounded soldiers during World War I.”
Samuel Johnson: Excellence Quote
Those who attain to any excellence commonly spend life in some single pursuit, for excellence is not often gained upon easier terms.
The Virtue of Grace is a Sense of what is Right and Proper; decency. Grace is the influence or spirit of God operating in humans. The Virtue of Excellence from Divine Origin Manifestation, Attractive Ease, and Smoothness in Form, Manner, Motion, or Action is the Virtue of Grace.
Healing Chakra Foods Deanna Minich PhD, CN Author of “Chakra Foods for Optimum Health.” Shares why eating healthy food can help balance your Chakras… Chakras (Sanskrit for “wheels”) are subtle centers in the energetic system of a living organism that take in and give out energy. Health is determined by the flow of energy from the 7 chakras into the metabolic network of the BodyHealthy Foods to Balance Your Chakras can be explored in the book “Chakra Foods for Optimum Health."Foods—Especially foods that share colors with the chakras—carry vibrations that can activate or balance your chakras.
Ch.15C Physiology the Virtue of Grace (Pgs.1177-1189) Cover Page II
Chapter 15C. Physiology
Name and pictures of leading physiologist past and present and what they contributed to Physiology.
1.)Dr. Robert S. Balaban ?
2.)Andrew F. Huxley (born 22 November 1917 – 30 May 2012) was a 1963 Nobel Prize-winning English physiologist and biophysicist.
3 .)Leonardo Da Vinci’s ~ Vitruvian man, an important early achievement is the study of physiology.
4.) Alan L. Hodgkin-Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine 1963
5.) Gertrude Belle Elion (January 23, 1918 – February 21, 1999) was an American biochemist and pharmacologist, and a 1988 recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine.
6.) The 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine jointly to (James E. Rothman, Randy W. Schekman and Thomas C. Südhof) for their discoveries of machinery regulating vesicle traffic, a major transport system in our cells
XV (C.) Physiology
(Pgs.1177 – 1189) the Virtue of Grace
Sir Godfrey Newbold Hounsfield was born on this day in 1919. An electrical engineer, he was taking a walk one day in 1967 when he got the idea of being able to reconstruct what was inside a box by taking readings of all the angles through it. His concept used hundreds of x-ray beams to create different images of organs and tissues inside the living body. These could then assembled by computer into true cross-section images. Hounsfield shared with Allan Cormack the 1979 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine for the creation of the computerized axial tomography (CAT) scanner. The CAT scan has gone on to become a significant diagnostic tool for physicians around the world.
The aspects of Physiology with the Art of Communication are to improve research, results, & self-motivation.
“Physiology is the functions and vital processes, collectively of an organism.”
The miracle is this–the more we share, the more we have. -Leonard Nimoy
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