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Physiology labs

.... Firstly, smooth muscles have a slow cycling of myosin cross bridges as .... Atropine produces rapid heart rate, dilated pupils, dry skin, and anesthetizes the nerve ....

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Is a Frustrating Mess

.... with bipolar disorder who experiences at least four manic or depressive episodes within a year is considered to be experiencing a rapid cycling pattern.¢QTD ....

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Bi-Polar Disorder and Creativity

.... an affective disorder. It is an illness that is cyclic in nature and some have what is known as rapid-cycling. This means that four ....

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Bipolar Disorder

.... Valproate is especially helpful for patients who are unresponsive to lithium, experience rapid cycling, or have alcohol or drug abuse problems.(Encarta ....

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Bipolar Disorder

.... Those with rapid cycling may experience more episodes of mania and depression that succeed each other without a period of remission. ....

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Bipolar disorders

.... When a person experiences a combination of four episodes within a year, the person is considered to be going through rapid cycling. ....

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BiPloar Disorder

.... When a person experiences a combination of four episodes within a year, the person is considered to be going through rapid cycling. ....

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Bipolar Disorder

.... The book depicts how Kristy slowly loses touch with reality as she is overcome with the illness. She has frequent mixed episodes and begins rapid cycling. ....

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Human interference in biogeoch

.... In its simplest form, cycling describes the movement of elements through various media .... Over the past century, the world has witnessed rapid population growth ....

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Bipolar disorder

.... However Valproate, is most often used for those with manic depression and/or rapid cycling (A. Kahn, David, Treatment of Bipolar Disorder) One of the theories ....

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bipolar disorders

.... medications. The third main type of bipolar disorder is cyclothymic disorder, often called rapid cycling bipolar disorder. In this ....

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Bipolar Disorder

.... continuous, agony. This period may change rapidly for some rapid cycling bipolar, or it may be the more dominant mood (FyrenIce). In the ....

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construction

.... and being used extensively, somewhere in Asia-walking and cycling; motorcycles; guided .... Manila; suburban rail in Mumbai, mono-rail and guided rapid transit in ....

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Bipolar Disorder

.... When a person experiences a combination of four episodes within a year, the person is considered to be going through rapid cycling. ....

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Effects of Acid Rain on North Americas Aquatic Ecosystems

.... during the winter into a lake or stream causing a rapid decrease in pH .... organic matter by microbial metabolism are fundamental to nutrient cycling and energy ....

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Creatine1

.... Yankee pitcher, said "That catchers and pitchers who depend on rapid recovery between .... showed an increase in power output from iso-kinetic cycling during bouts ....

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Asthma and Exercise

.... 15 to 20 minutes and then gradually increase intensity instead of rapid changes in .... to avoid cold air and long sustained activities as in running and cycling. ....

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Deforestation of Amazon

.... of these farmers to the frontier 5. land speculation 6. rapid degradation of .... of rock and the accumulation of organic matter Nutrient cycling Storage, internal ....

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anabolic atheletes

.... females can experience feelings of anxiety and restlessness along with a rapid heartbeat and .... Cycling has also become a sport where performance drugs are found. ....

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depression in women

.... Also, a greater number of women have the rapid cycling form of bipolar disorder, which may be more resistant to standard treatments. ....

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Bipolar Disorder in Early Years

.... Valproate is especially helpful for patients who are unresponsive to lithium, experience rapid cycling, or have alcohol or drug abuse problems.(Encarta ....

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Tropical Rainforest Biome

.... It is leached by rapid bacterial decay which prevents humus from forming on .... One of the greatest contributions of the rainforest is cycling nutrients nitrogen ....

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Bi-Polar Disorder

.... bipolar disorder who experiences at least four manic or depressive episodes within a year is considered to be experiencing a rapid cycling pattern.¢(Durand ....

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Experiment in Artificial Selection

.... my group members, a plant breeding experiment in an attempt to artificially select for a particular variable trait in a lineage of rapid-cycling Brassica rapa ....

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Forms of Multimedia and Potential Developments

.... of Open Inventor allow the display of a moving facial image cycling through a .... Progress in this technology has been rapid and closely linked to developments in ....

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Anabolic Steroids

.... These drugs are often used in patterns called "cycling¢. .... Both men and women through continued use may experience acne, a bloated appearance, rapid weight gain ....

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Effects of Acid Rain on Ecosystems

.... during the winter into a lake or stream causing a rapid decrease in pH .... organic matter by microbial metabolism are fundamental to nutrient cycling and energy ....

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Compare and Contrast On BMX vs. Mountian Biking

.... The rapid increase in popularity was influenced by social and economic trends but .... introduction of mountain bikes and BMX bikes changed the world of cycling. ....

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Narcotics

.... muscle tension, involuntary teeth clenching, nausea, blurred vision, rapid eye movement .... weeks or months, rather than continuously, in patterns called cycling. ....

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Bipolar Disorder

.... In Rapid Cycling Bipolar Disorder, a person has at least four episodes per year, in any combination of manic, hypomanic, mixed, or depressive episodes. ....

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