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Reduce cell size.
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Reduce cell number:
The cell cycle is the process by which eukaryotic cells duplicate and divide. The cell cycle consists of two specific and distinct phases: interphase, consisting of G1 (Gap 1), S (synthesis), and G2 (Gap 2), and the mitotic phase; M (mitosis). During interphase, the cell grows (G1), accumulates the energy necessary for duplication, replicates cellular DNA (S), and prepares to divide (G2) . At this point, the cell enters M phase, which is divided into two tightly regulated stages: mitosis and cytokinesis. During mitosis, a parent cell's chromosomes are divided between two sister cells. In cytokinesis, division of the cytoplasm occurs, leading to the formation of two distinct daughter cells. Each phase of the cell cycle is tightly regulated, and checkpoints exist to detect potential DNA damage and allow it to be repaired before a cell divides. If the damage cannot be repaired, a cell becomes targeted for apoptosis. Cells can also reversibly stop dividing and temporarily enter a quiescent or senescent state; G0. The first checkpoint is at the end of G1, making the decision if a cell should enter S phase and divide, delay division, or enter G0. The second checkpoint, at the end of G2, triggers mitosis if a cell has all the necessary components
Reduce cell connection:
All cells rely on cell signaling to detect and respond to cues in their environment. This process not only promotes the proper functioning of individual cells, but it also allows communication and coordination among groups of cells — including the cells that make up organized communities called tissues. Because of cell signaling, tissues have the ability to carry out tasks no single cell could accomplish on its own.
Different types of tissues, such as bone, brain, and the lining of the gut, have characteristic features related to the number and types of cells they contain. Cell spacing is also critical to tissue function, so this geometry is precisely regulated. To preserve proper tissue architecture, adhesive molecules help maintain contact between nearby cells and structures, and tiny tunnel-like junctions allow the passage of ions and small molecules between adjacent cells. Meanwhile, signaling molecules relay positional information among the cells in a tissue, as well as between these cells and the extracellular matrix. These signaling pathways are critical to maintaining the state of equilibrium known as homeostasis within a tissue. For example, the processes involved in wound healing depend on positional information in order for normal tissue architecture to be restored. Such positional signals are also crucial for the development of adult structures in multicellular organisms. As tissues develop, clumps of unorganized cells grow and sort themselves according to signals they send and receive.
Myelination:
The insulating envelope of myelin that surrounds the core of a nerve fiber or axon and that facilitates the transmission of nerve impulses, formed from the cell membrane of the Schwann cell in the peripheral nervous system and from oligodendroglia cells. Also called medullary sheath.Messages do not get through quickly and clearly from the brain to the correct body part. The more myelin is destroyed, the slower and less efficient the nerve impulses are. Depending on the severity of the immune system attack, the nerve fibers themselves may be damaged or destroyedMyelination is a term in anatomy that is defined as the process of forming a myelin sheath around a nerve to allow nerve impulses to move more quickly. An example of myelination is the formation of myelin around the axons of the body.
Severeproteindeficiency:
Kwashiorkor:
Lack of proteins from carbohydrates sources like rice, yams, and bananas causes kwashiorkor. This is a severe malnutrition disease common in older children. The University of Maryland Medical center explains that symptoms of the illness include a swollen stomach due to fluid retention. It also has symptoms common to marasmus such as irritability, diarrhea, fatigue, limited growth and cognitive development as well as mental health.
Marasmus:
Young children and infants are vulnerable to consequences of lack of protein. Marasmus is a severe lack of important nutrients. Food4Africa notes that people affected by marasmus look frail and thin. This is a fatal disease that causes weight loss, and dehydration.
Question 02(4)
which hormone is responsible for the Cretinism disorder? Enlist two significant characteristic of
Cretinism. (2+2)
a congenital condition characterized by severe hypothyroidism and often associated with other endocrine abnormalities. Myxedema is the acquired form of hypothyroidism. Typical signs of cretinism include dwarfism, mental deficiency, puffy facial features, dry skin, large tongue, umbilical hernia, and muscular incoordination. The disorder occurs usually in areas where the diet is deficient in iodine and where goiter is common. Early treatment with thyroid hormone generally promotes normal physical growth but may not prevent mental retardation. The use of iodized salt dramatically reduces the incidence of cretinism in a population. The condition is rare in the United States, but in some areas, including parts of Ecuador, the Himalayas, and Zaire, more than 5% of the people are affected.

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