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SI Joint Concepts: Hypomobility and Hypermobility

These terms represent pretty key concepts that you will inevitably come across as you learn about the SI joint.

In a nutshell, hypomobility refers to a joint that’s moving  340 more words


simplified method how the kidney help to form URINE. by lecturer kingsleyhormone.


A pair of kidney is the excretory organ of humans. They remove unwanted nitrogenous substances from the kidney like urea; they also control the osmotic pressure of the blood. 386 more words


Cells fight back against virus factories

This week I’ve been talking to first year students about cell biology, discussing how much the environment of the cell varies from one site to another within the cell. 528 more words


Clever spiders in your garden!

They are creepy, crawly and, for some, a source of irrational fear. Now scientists at Oxford University have found that spiders can hear you from across a room and when you are near them on their garden webs. 63 more words


Why did the giant tortoise get so big?

It sounds like the start of a bad joke, but it is an interesting biological question. The Galapagos tortoise is among the world’s largest, with some reaching weights of over 400kg! 90 more words


What's the buzz about bees?

Bees have had quite a bit of attention on my social media pages recently and I have to say, it’s quite a welcome site. Last year, I did a study project on the flower choice of native bees vs. 270 more words