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Feedback mechanisms

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Feedback mechanisms Our body regulates the internal system through a multitude of feedback systems. There are three basic parts to the feedback  system; a receptor, a control centre and an effector. The effector can be a muscle, organs or other ...
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RNA,Nucleotide,Base,Chromosome

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RNA is different from DNA. In humans, RNA is single-stranded, the sugar is the pentose sugar and contains the pyrimidine base uracil (U) instead of thymine. Cells have three different RNAs; messenger RNA (mRNA), ribosomal RNA (rRNA) and transfer ...
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Gastrointestinal TERMINOLOGY Anatomy and Physiology

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Following are the antomimical terms mostly used in the Anatomy and Physiology of Medical Books and they should be remembered if someone to give it the real meaning and want to study hard.Medical profession is related to terminologies and there are...
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Introduction to Keto Diet

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Human bodies change significantly over time, and food is the fuel for those changes. People of all ages need the same basic nutrients—essential amino acids, carbohydrates, essential fatty acids, and twenty-eight vitamins and minerals—to susta...
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Endocrine System all Hormones

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The Endocrine System

Definitions

Endocrine system: the system of glands that produce cellular secretions which help to control bodily metabolic activity.

Endocrine gland:...
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Anatomy & physiology of endocrine system

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Hypothalamus, a small region of the brain below the thalamus, is the major link between the nervous system and endocrine system. The hypothalamus is an important regulatory center in the nervous system as well as a crucial endocrine gland. Cells i...
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Viral Diseases,Mumps, Measles, Influenza, Polio

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MUMPS

Definition

An acute viral infection primarily of salivary glands characterized by fever and swelling of usually parotid glands.

S/S: Malaise, anorexia, fever, sore throat, parotid gland swelling, tenderness at a...
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Hypersensitivity and Types of Hypersensitivity

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Introduction

Hypersensitivity is overreaction to an allergen.

Or it is an antigenic response beyond that is considered normal.

It is also known as allergy.

Hypersensitivity occurs when a sensitized person re...
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HELMINTHS Human and Microbial Interaction

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Helminths

General Features of Nematodes

Nematodes (Nema= thread) are commonly known as Round worms. They include pinworms or thread worms, Hookworms, Whipworms.

Shape: unsegmented, Round, elongated and tapered at both...
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Cholera, Diphtheria, Pertusis, and Tetanus Microbiology

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Cholera

Definition: A severe acute gastrointestinal infection which is characterized by rice watery stool.

S/S: Fever, vomiting, rice watery stool, malaise, dehydration

Causative organism: Vibrio cholerae

A ...
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Metabolism of Proteins

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Nitrogen balance  General pathway of Protein metabolism De-amination Digestion and Absorption of Proteins.Digestion is the disintegration of complex nutrients into simple, soluble and assimilable form.
Most of the nitrogen ...
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Hormones and Study of Hormones

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proteinaceous or non-proteinaceous (amino acids or steroids)secreted as per need and not storedregulated by nerves or by feedback effect transported by bloodMostly cause long-term effects like growth, change in behavior, etc.do not catalyze any re...
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Enzymology Study of Enzymes

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Enzymes are biological molecules that catalyze (i.e., increase the rates of) chemical reactions.In enzymatic reactions, substrates to products.enzymes are selective for their substrates and speed up only a few reactions from among...
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Bioenergetics and Metabolism definition

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Bioenergetics: study of energy flow through living systems.

Study of thousands of different cellular processes

respiration + other metabolic processes involve ATP

Bioenergetics: Study processes energy involved in maki...
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Chemistry of Proteins

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Amino acids are the structural units that make up proteins. They join together to form short polymer chains called peptides or longer chains called either polypeptides or proteins.These polymers are linear and unbranched, with each amino aci...
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Chemistry of Lipids

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Classifications of Lipids 

1. Simple lipids

2. Compound Lipids 

3. Derived Lipids

Fatty Acids

Fats & oil

Saturated and unsaturated fatty acids

Uses of fats in the body

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Chemistry of Carbohydrates

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Carbohydrate literary means hydrated carbon. Carbohydrates are composed of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen and the ratio of hydrogen and oxygen is the same as in water.Carbohydrates polyhydroxy aldehydes or ketones or complex substances that on hydrol...
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Basics of organic chemistry

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I. Classification based on structures :

(1) Acyclic compounds :- Atoms link together to form a chain (straight or branch) but not rings.

 

 

(2) Cyclic or closed c...
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Introduction to Biochemistry of Nursing

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Nursing is a healthcare profession focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life from conception to death.

Nursing is the protection, promotion...
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Microbiology in Everyday Life(Food, Water & Airborne Diseases)

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Food Borne Diseases

Diseases caused by microorganisms through food

Microorganisms can cause

Food spoilage

Diseases 

Foodborne Diseases

Usually called “Food Poisoning” à caused by ea...
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Normal Flora Human and Microbial Interaction

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Symbiosis (living together): The relationship between two different species is called symbiosis.

Mutualism: is a type of symbiosis in which both of the partners are benefited.

Commensal...
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Fungal Infections Microbiology Human and Microbial Interaction

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Classification of Fungi

Zygomycota ---saprophytic molds

Rhizopus

Mucor

Ascomycota ---sac fungi

Aspergillus

Epidermophytone

Can...
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Normal Flora Human and Microbial Interaction

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Symbiosis (living together): The relationship between two different species is called symbiosis.

Mutualism: is a type of symbiosis in which both of the partners are benefited.

Commensal...
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Concept of A sepsis Microbiology

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Model used to understand the infection process .Each link represents step in transmission of infection .Each link has to be present in order for an infection to occur.Model used to understand the infection process .Each link represents step in tra...
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Control of Microbial Growth Microbiology

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Microbiology is the branch of science that deals with the study of micro organisms.Microorganisms are the living things which cannot be seen with naked eyes but can be seen with the help of microscope.Microbiology is the branch of science that dea...
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Immunity Microbiology

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Key Terms

Immunity: The ability of body to resist pathogens.

Antigen:   A substance that causes the formation of antibodies. It is also called immunogen

Antibod...
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Bacterial Cell Structure

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Microbiology is the branch of science that deals with the study of micro organisms.Microorganisms are the living things which cannot be seen with naked eyes but can be seen with the help of microscope.Microbiology is the branch of science that dea...
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History Of Microbiology

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Short History and some Contributions

1665.   Hook—First observation of cell

1673.   Van Leeuwenhoek—First observation of live microorganisms

1735.    Linnaeus—Nomenclature of organisms

1798.  ...
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Introduction to Microbiology

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Microbiology is the branch of science that deals with the study of micro organisms.Microorganisms are the living things which cannot be seen with naked eyes but can be seen with the help of microscope.Microbiology is the branch of science that dea...
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Lymphatic System

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An organ system consisting of lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, lymph nodules, tonsils, spleen, thymus and functions that include the recovery of tissue fluid and immunity.An organ system consisting of lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, lymph nodules, ...
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Muscular System

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Introduction to muscles The muscular system consists of about 600 skeletal muscles excluding cardiac and smooth muscles.Myology is the study of muscles.A skeletal muscle is composed of both muscular tissue and connective tissue.Introduction to mus...
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Skeletal System,Bone and Structure of Bone

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??The long bones in the body are as follows: Legs: The femur, tibia, and fibula. Arms: The humerus, radius, and ulna. The clavicles or collar bones.The long bones in the body are as follows: Legs: The femur, tibia, and fibula. Arms: The humer...
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Tissues and Type of Tissues

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Tissues are groups of cells with a common structure and function. There are four main tissues in the body – epithelium, muscle, connective, and nervous tissue.Tissues are groups of cells with a common structure and function.There are four main t...
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Homeostasis and Adaptations

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The relative consistency of the internal environment is tried to be maintained despite changes in the external environment.All organs and systems of the body participate in maintaining homeostasis. For instance, the lungs provide O2 to replenish i...
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MEMBRANES

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Membranes are sheets of tissue that cover (on the outside) or line (on the inside) surfaces and organs. There are two major categories of membranes as Epithelial  Membranes and Connective Membranes. Their function is secretion and protection. Mem...
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Connective Tissues

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It’s name suggests to connect body parts. It is the most abundant and found everywhere in the body. Its distinctive characteristic is that it produces and secretes matrix to their exterior called extracellular matrix. This matrix may be liquid (...
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Muscular Tissue and Types of Muscular Tissue

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generates heat and physical force to produce movements. It maintains posture and provides protection. A muscle tissue consists of elongated cells called muscle fibers that use ATP to generate force. It is classified into three types: skeletal, car...
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Simple Squamous,Stratified squamous,Transitional,Cuboidal Tissues

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Cartilage Hyaline Cartilage,Fibro Cartilage and Elastic Cartilage

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It is less hard and more flexible than bone. It is composed of chindrocytes (Cartilage Cells). It is found in only a few places in the body. There are three types of cartilages.It is less hard and more flexible than bone. It is composed of chindro...
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Solution,hypotonic solution, isotonic solution, and hypertonic solution

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When a solute is dissolved in a solvent it forms a solution. Eg. Sugar dissolved in water.Strength of a solution: The amount of solute particles dissolved per unit volume of a solution is called s...
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Anatomy and Physiology Terminology

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This is the study of function of organ or body or cell.The study of structure (shape,size, location) of an organ or a cell is called anatomy.The study of abnormalities or disease is called pathology.The study of causes of disease is known as etio...
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Anatomy and Physiology Basics

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This is the study of function of organ or body or cell.The study of structure (shape,size, location) of an organ or a cell is called anatomy.The study of abnormalities or disease is called pathology.The study of causes of disease is known as etiol...
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Proteins and Types of proteins,Structure of proteins and Function of proteins

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Nitrogenous compounds made up of a large number of amino acids joined together through peptide bonds. Are the most abundant organic molecules forming 50% dry weight of cells.Are distinct from CHO and lipids in that they contain 16% N, 1% S and les...
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Lipid Chemistry

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Lipids are organic compounds, found in plants and animals, related to FAs potentially or actually, relatively insol in H2O & sol in non-polar solvents.Fatlike subs that may not be actually related to FAs.Lipids are organic compounds, found in plan...
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Enzymes and Types of Enzymes,Functions of Enzymes

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Biologic catalysts that accelerate biological reactions without being consumed.Biologic catalysts that accelerate biological reactions without being consumed.Biologic catalysts that accelerate biological reactions without being consumed.Biologic c...
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Chain Of Infection

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As healthcare professionals, it is important to understand two things about infection:As healthcare professionals, it is important to understand two things about infection:As healthcare professionals, it is important to understand two things about...
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Amino acid Metabolism

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Amino acids are organic complex compounds containing amine (-NH 2) and carboxyl (-COOH) functional groups, along with a side chain (R group) specific to each amino acid. The key elements of an amino acid are ca...
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Isomers and Types of Isomers

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Compounds having the same chemical but different spatial, empirical & structural formula are called isomers. It depends upon the no(n) of asymmetric – C atoms. Glucose has 4(n) asymetric carbon atoms and therefore (4x4)=16 possible isomers.Compo...
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Therapeutic Communication Techniques

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Sitting quietly (or walking with the client) and waiting attentively until the client is able to put thoughts and feelings into words)Perhaps you would like to talk about…”Therapeutic communication is very important because patient needed it v...
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Vitamin E and K Water Soluble Vitamins

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vitamin is an organic complex (or related set of molecules) that is very essential for body that an Organism needs in small quantities for the proper functioning of its Anabolism and Katabolism(Metabolism) . Essential nutrie...
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Vitamin B1 B2 B3 Chemical names,Solubility and sources

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vitamin is an organic complex (or related set of molecules) that is very essential for body that an Organism needs in small quantities for the proper functioning of its Anabolism and Katabolism(Metabolism) . Essential nutrie...
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ROLE OF CPEC IN DEVELOPMENT OF PAKISTAN

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The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is more than just a $47 billion dollar   investment. It will not only improve Pakistan’s current situation, but promises to improve the lives of nearly three billion people across the region as part ...
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Communication skills of Nurses Scholarly paper

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Communication is a vital element in Nursing in all areas of activity and in all its interventions such as prevention, treatment, therapy, rehabilitation, education and health promotion . The nursing process moreover as a scientific method of exerc...
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Research On Level Of Job Satisfaction Among MTI Nurses Working In Tertiary Care Hospitals

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Nurse’s satisfaction is a complex phenomenon. It has a significant association with quality of nursing care.Nurse’s satisfaction level is highly associated with hospital policies. Nurse’s satisfaction may be found in many domains i.e.in work...
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Lithobid Lithium Carbonate Drug Card

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Lithobid Lithium Carbonate is a drug Treat manic-depressive disorder (bipolar disorder), mood stabilizer.It has side affects of diarrhea, vomiting, fever, unsteady walk, confusion, slurred speech, blurred vision, severe hand trembling (coarse...
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Valium Diazepam Drug Card

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Valium is a drug which has generic name Diazepam and its therapeutic affects are Anxiety, alcohol withdrawal, and seizures. It is also used to relieve muscle spasms and to provide sedation before medical procedures and Its Side affects are dow...
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Reflective Log On Clinical Assessment 4

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Reflective Logs and Reflective Diaries (They are interchangable) are common requirements in UK and US universities assessments. For many courses, it is essential for students to be able to effectively analyse their own progress and apply theoreti...
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Reflective Log on Clinical Assessment 2

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Reflective Logs and Reflective Diaries (They are interchangable) are common requirements in UK and US universities assessments. For many courses, it is essential for students to be able to effectively analyse their own progress and apply theoreti...
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Reflective Log on Clinical Assessment 1

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Reflective Logs and Reflective Diaries (They are interchangable) are common requirements in UK and US universities assessments. For many courses, it is essential for students to be able to effectively analyse their own progress and apply theoreti...
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Bio statistics Solved MCQs Chapter 8

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Statistics is a body of techniques and procedures dealing with the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation and presentation of information that can be stated numerically.If related to Biological or Medical sciences called Bio-statistics...
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Bio statistics Solved MCQs Chapter 7

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Statistics is a body of techniques and procedures dealing with the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation and presentation of information that can be stated numerically.If related to Biological or Medical sciences called Bio-statistics...
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Bio statistics Solved MCQs Chapter 6

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Bio statistics Solved MCQs Chapter 5

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Bio statistics Solved MCQs Chapter 4

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Statistics is a body of techniques and procedures dealing with the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation and presentation of information that can be stated numerically.If related to Biological or Medical sciences called Bio-statistics...
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Bio statistics Solved MCQs Chapter 3

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Bio statistics Solved MCQs Chapter 2

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Bio statistics Solved MCQs Chapter 2

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Bio statistics MCQs Chapter 1

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Statistics is a body of techniques and procedures dealing with the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation and presentation of information that can be stated numerically.If related to Biological or Medical sciences called Bio-statistics...
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