White Blood Cell Structure

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  • The total type and arrangement of components in a cell – varies depending on species and specialised function.
  • Open Cells – Cells in a foam with no barrier in between. This allows gases and liquid to flow through the foam. Close Cells – Cells enclosed by a continuous membrane so there are no passageways for airflow.

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  • (White-blooded) The crocodile icefish or white-blooded fish (Channichthyidae) are a family of perciform fish found in the cold waters around Antarctica and southern South America. Fifteen species of crocodile icefish are known. They feed on krill, copepods, and other fish.

white blood cell structure

white blood cell structure – Hyssop Suwall

Hyssop Suwall Luxury Oriental Hair Pack 550ml
Hyssop Suwall Luxury Oriental Hair Pack 550ml
Characteristics Oriental herb hair pack developed with traditional oriental herbal components and modern science technology. The various herbal extracts make your hair shinny and soft. Main Ingredients: 1. Vitamin H(Biotin) : Glycogen synthesis, Cure white hair, Prevent and cure bold head, eczema, reduce dermatitis. Nicotin Amide: Water soluble, Vitamin B3, lower fat concentration in blood, blood vessel expansion, improve blood circulation, removes and controls fat layer of scalp cell, Lower Cholesterol, Lower blood pressure. Dexpanthenol : new skin texture creation. Create skin moisturizing curtain, improves cell circulation, heel and recovering effect. 4. Zinc pyrithione: Cure effect on cradle cap skin disease. Excess sebum control, Removes and control bacteria caused dandruff. 5. 18-MEA : Poly molecular structure, excellent absorption and adhesion, effective and protective property.

Colorful Flamingo at the San Diego Zoo in Southern California

Colorful Flamingo at the San Diego Zoo in Southern California

Flamingos or flamingoes are gregarious wading birds in the genus Phoenicopterus and family Phoenicopteridae. They are found in both the Western Hemisphere and Eastern Hemisphere, but are more numerous in the former. There are four species in the Americas while two exist in the Old World. Two species, the Andean and the James’s Flamingo, are often placed in the genus Phoenicoparrus instead of Phoenicopterus.

Flamingos filter-feed on brine shrimp. Their oddly-shaped beaks are specially adapted to separate mud and silt from the food they eat, and are uniquely used upside-down. The filtering of food items is assisted by hairy structures called lamellae which line the mandibles, and the large rough-surfaced tongue. The flamingo’s characteristic pink colouring is caused by the Beta carotene in their diet. The source of this varies by species, but shrimp and blue-green algae are common sources; zoo-fed flamingos may be given food with the additive canthaxanthin, which is often also given to farmed salmon. Flamingos produce a "milk" like pigeon milk due to the action of a hormone called prolactin (see Columbidae). It contains more fat and less protein than the latter does, and it is produced in glands lining the whole of the upper digestive tract, not just the crop. Both parents nurse their chick, and young flamingos feed on this milk, which also contains red and white blood cells, for about two months until their bills are developed enough to filter feed.

Flamingos frequently stand on one leg. The reason for this behavior is not fully known. One common theory is that tucking one leg beneath the body may conserve body heat,[4] but this has not been proven. It is often suggested that this is done in part to keep the legs from getting wet, in addition to conserving energy. As well as standing in the water, flamingos may stamp their webbed feet in the mud to stir up food from the bottom.

Young flamingos hatch with grey plumage, but adults range from light pink to bright red due to aqueous bacteria and beta carotene obtained from their food supply. A well-fed, healthy flamingo is more vibrantly coloured and thus a more desirable mate. A white or pale flamingo, however, is usually unhealthy or malnourished. Captive flamingos are a notable exception; many turn a pale pink as they are not fed carotene at levels comparable to the wild. This is changing as more zoos begin to add prawns and other supplements to the diets of their flamingos.

Source: Wikipedia

Anatomica- The Hero Cell

Anatomica- The Hero Cell
Upon emerging from the portal in the American Cancer Society Welcome Garden, the player is surrounded by eerie blue and purple plant-like structures reminiscent of internal organs. Giant clickable “cells” drift by and provide players with information about white blood cells, nicknamed “hero cells” for their cancer fighting properties.

This area is designed to resemble the internal organs under duress from cancer.

white blood cell structure

Photon 7 Lights Microcurrent Face Lift
This portable face lifting device uses the ability of low electrical current to stimulate skin cells ability to divide. The current is extremely low and very close to cell’s own electrical field. Tiny impulses work as natural stimulators for the rejuvenation process. Normally the impulses are not felt and provide additional muscle relaxation and improve blood circulation in dermal tissues. These microcurrent impulses are used widely in cosmetology practice to stimulate rejuvenating process in the skin. It triggers the growth of the new cells, which fill the wrinkles from underneath, stimulates the collagen production, making the skin more elastic and young looking. Additional feature of this device – Photon energy irradiation – uses the ability of the body structures (chromophores) react to light. This BIO light stimulation causes specific chemical reactions inside cell’s to provide more rejuvenation. The light emitting surface has tiny 90 diode elements which produce powerful waves of light from 450 to 640 nano Meters. The human eye sees this light waves depending of their length as blue, green, white, purple and red.