Me pēhea te ki te Tikina kikiritanga | Tukunga | Wā momona | tohanga fetal

TO BODY: FERTILIZATION Fertilization occurs when the head of a sperm penetrates a mature ovum. After penetration, the nuclei (which contain the genetic material) of the sperm and ovum fuse and the body and tail of the sperm drop off. The newly fertilized ovum cal led a zygote then forms an outer layer that is impenetrable to other sperm. The zygote undergoes repeated cell divisions as it passes down the Fallopian tube. By the time it reaches the uterus, it has grown into a solid Pānuitia atu [...]

Femur | Femur, Fracture | Fracture Of Neck Of Femur | Fracture of Shaft of Femur

[wordpress_file_upload]Femur The medical name for the thigh bone, which is the longest bone in the body. The lower end of the femur hinges with the tibia to form the knee joint. Te upper end is rounded into a ball that fits exactly into a socket in the pelvis to form the hip joint. The head of the femur is joined to the bone shaft by a narrow piece of bone called the neck of the femur, which is a common fracture site. St the lower end, the bone is enlarged to from two lumps that distribute the Pānuitia atu [...]

Female | Feminization | Femoral Artery | Femoral Epiphysis, Slipped | Female

Female An individual with two X sex chromosomes. Females are also characterized by the presence of a vagina and vulva. Female Catheter A short catheter (ngongo ngāwari) that can be inserted into a woman's bladder through the urethra for the purpose of withdrawing urine. Feminization The developments of female secondary sexual characteristics in the male (such as breast enlargement and fat deposits beneath the skin and loss of facial hair). The condition is due either to a hormonal disorder or Pānuitia atu [...]

Europe me te toru o te whawhai te ao (1953-1968) | Erupean

Europe and the third world war 1953_1968 By 1953 nga ope o te nationalism, i speeded te ngaro o nga hau emepera Pākehā nui i roto i Ahia, i horahanga ki ētahi atu wāhanga o te ao underdeveloped. Te revolution i Ihipa ko te teuteú ki te pokarekarenga o te puka ake pakanga me te ake orurehau o te nationalism puta noa i nga iwi Arab. I roto i te Africa rawa, e rua ki te raki me te tonga o te Sahara, nationalist leaders were emerging who were determined to establish the political independence Pānuitia atu [...]

Rahi Tips me Trick mō hotu | Life Healthy mano

hi reira! Ko tino nui hoki to koutou tinana hua. Ki te hiahia koe Health kia kia hiahia hoki koutou Fruits, no te mea o hua i maha painga rite i hua e heke te tūpono o te tahi mau mate mau i roto i to koutou tinana. Fruit i maha huaora rite; i roto i te āperekoti e Huaora te Huaora B2 Huaora B6 Huaora Huaora B1 C. Na i roto i te Apple e Huaora te Huaora B1 Huaora B2 Huaora B6 Huaora C me te i roto i te panana e Huaora te Huaora B2 Huaora B6 Huaora Huaora B1 C. Now What is Vitamin? Any Pānuitia atu [...]

Pūtake pai o folic Waikawa | folic waikawa | Folic Waikawa Deficiency

Folic Acid Also called folate or folacin, waikawa folic Ko tetahi o nga huaora B-matatini. e kore waikawa folic e taea b hangaia e te tinana me te mush, Na, come from food or supplements. The daily requirements of folic acid for both healthy men and women is 200 micrograms (200 mg). Heoi, faarahi te hinaaro mua ki a te hapū, ka ū a i roto i te iwi i runga i pā ana ki 50 tau. waikawa folic whai wāhi mātu'aki i roto i te hanga DNA * te taonga e hanga ake to tatou ira) me te RNA (a substance Pānuitia atu [...]