TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HOMEOSTASES»
The term «homeostases» is barely ever used and occupies the 207.364
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HOMEOSTASES»
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Dynamics of Bone and Cartilage Metabolism: Principles and ...
Physiology of Calcium and Phosphate Homeostases René Rizzoli, M.D. and
Jean-Philippe Bonjour, M.D. I. Abstract II. Introduction III. Body Distribution of
Calcium IV. Determinants of Extracellular Calcium Concentration V. Relative
Markus J. Seibel, Simon P. Robins, John P. Bilezikian, 2006
Reason, Regulation, and Realism: Towards a Regulatory ...
To remind: An equilibrium involves an organism (system) being able to maintain
within viable limits the collection of interacting homeostases and homeorheses
essential to its life through its autoregulation, that is, its internal control over its ...
Homeostases. 4.1 Biological Approach to Discriminate Between Transition
Metals The chemical difficultyinbiological regulatoryand trafficking machineryis
essentially oneofmetalrecognition and binding. Distinguishingbetween metal
ions that ...
... clinical consequences of selected disorders of water, electrolyte and urate
homeostases; describe the investigation of selected disorders of water,
electrolyte and urate homeostases; discuss the management and treatment of
Nessar Ahmed, Maureen Dawson, Chris Smith, 2006
Toward a Phenomenology of the Etheric World: Investigations ...
No technological operational loop metamorphoses itself without human
intervention; it creates extended, invariable homeostases for as long as corrosion
allows. The organism alters its homeostases continually, and in a 1 74 Toward a
Food Safety and Toxicity
This is quite understandable, since nutrients play an essential role in the
maintenance of homeostases. A slight overintake of nutrients may lead to
exceeding the limits within which the homeostases should be kept. As will be
discussed in ...
Global Change and the Earth System: A Planet Under Pressure
Depending on distinct local conditions these patterns can evolve into critical
syndromes or into resilient co-evolutions (homeostases). The case of the Sahel
Syndrome is a good example to examine the approach in more detail. It is
important to ...
Will Steffen, Regina Angelina Sanderson, Peter D. Tyson, 2006
... Ev)W(Ev of St)'i 2) Examples : - Stabilities of the fundamental characteristics of
the individual evolutions concomitant with the evolutions of the individual
homeostases : Ind. ((St of Ev) C (Ev of St)) - Stabilities of the fundamental
Managing the Environment: An Economic Primer
10. ALTERNATIVE. HOMEOSTASES. OR. WORLDS. THAT. MAY. BE. The
metaeconomic planning methods that we have described in general terms may
be useful in modifying the future shape of the world so that it corresponds as
much as ...
Diuretics: clinical pharmacology and uses in cardiovascular ...
Therefore, in these cases diuretics inevitably aggravate circulatory disturbances,
leading to worsening of water and electrolyte homeostases, and they may thus
deteriorate important variables, such as the osmotic balance of body fluids.