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- Mon May 01, 2006 3:55 am
- Forum: Zoology Discussion
- Topic: Rabbits and Seizures
- Replies: 5
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Seizures can be caused from a low blood glucose, toxic substances (eating a toxic plant), it can be a brain tumor, stress, trauma, fungal infection, a virus, the possibilities are endless.... You should seek veterinary care anytime an animal has a seizure for the first time to find out what is causi...
- Sun Mar 26, 2006 4:55 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: what animal are these teeth from?..... help
- Replies: 9
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I wonder if they're from some type of fish... Most mammals have incisors (or a dental pad), canines, premolars and molars..... In your picture, there is no variation in tooth structure. Size, yes, but not shape...there are no molars, premolars or difinitive incisors. I say....creature of the sea.
After a heart attack, people often have small amounts of lactate in the blood, which comes from the injured heart. Can anyone suggest a reason for this? I really need help with this one. plz Any time any muscle has any strain, the lactic acid levels (and cpk levels) go up... Once the problem is cor...
I think it's a platelet...Usually lymphocytes are much larger than RBC's and take a more uniform shape than platelets do... http://www.axiomvetlab.com/jpg%20Folder/12-lymphocyte-rabbit.jpg Here's an electron microscope image of a lymphocyte alone http://www.websters-online-dictionary.org/coreimages/...
Yes, I think they're biconcave in many mammals....but spherical at an arial view so to speak (microscope view)....sorry about that... have you seen the electron microscope pictures of RBC's?? I LOVE it! http://www.ttlabs.com/liver002.jpg The big purple thing is a platelet! Isn't that the coolest thi...
In a sense it does, you lose intracellular and interstitial fluid when you sweat....when you are dehydrated, the ratio of cells to plasma increases...and you're blood is very thick because of the fluid loss.