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the physiological zones of bone growth is a logical growth between the bone and the osteoclasts.
The arithmetic density of a population is the total number of people in proportion to the area of land (land size) The physiological density of a population is the total population in proportion to the area of arable land. Therefore, the arithmetic density of a population is always lower than the physiological density, since a land's arable portion can only be a subset of it's full size. Arithmetic = (Population/Full size) Physiological = (Population/Arable zones)
using a diagram for assistance, describe how bones grow your answer could include details of the role of osteoblasts, osteoclasts epiphyseal plate and the physiological zones of bone growth
Physiological adaptation include:
who is the father of physiological/biological psychology
The Physiological Society was created in 1876.
Physiological Reviews was created in 1921.
Physiological antagonist are those substance that have opposing physiological action but act at different receptors
Physiological consciousness is the theory that consciousness may arise from a purely physiological perspective, discounting any creative force.