Posted on November 21, by Scott Alexander I. Jonah got swallowed by a whale. But the Bible says Jonah got swallowed by a big fish.
C Bury on Tuesday 29 March at I will take a look at them although I am thus far unimpressed by the term osteopathy quackery and the link you provide in association. Having spent a few minutes there, more here and on some other posts on this site I am getting a flavour I do not like. I am comfortable with science and what it tells us.
Other agendas, rudeness, dismissive and belittling language, bias and closed minds. Not really a place I want to inhabit from either side of an argument. Barrie Lee Thorpe on Tuesday 29 March at It would seem to be a misunderstanding. I have seen it from both sides elsewhere and it is inexcusable but appears to be a nasty side of human nature which the internet magnifies.
The big pharma accusations and more from the conspiracy theorists rub me up the wrong way too. So, I know this thread is mild. I certainly have a much lower threshold than those who enjoy dishing out or swiping back at vitriol. I would already be gone if I thought that was a line which had been crossed already.
You all have a choice: I see some claiming to be doing that here but actually crossing the line, if in small degree.Force (N) per unit time (s) of the pithed frog. Figure 3. ECG (mV) per unit time (s) of the pithed frog. Table 1.
Time between QRS and the start of ventricular contraction(s). 1. Observe the heart and describe its behavior. Is this behavior consistent with what is shown in the data above? Yes. The heart of the frog rhythmically contracts and relaxes. Research suggests that GERD is caused by maldigestion of carbohydrates and bacterial overgrowth in the intestines.
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Physiology I Lab Report Comments Lab II: Frog Heart Experiment BIOEN Spring Rob MacLeod, Brian Birchler, Cris Lapierre Lab Report Review (Frog Lab) Bioengineering -- Systems animal preparation was the exposed, in situ heart of a pithed bullfrog.
The. Frog Heart Lab, Animal Physiology Chemical and Environmental Effects on the Heart Introduction The heart is the centerpiece of the circulatory system, its muscular contractions allow for the timely delivery of essential gases and nutrients to virtually all cells of the body.