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can any one please tell me that what are the differences and similarities between nervous and endocrine system?
or give some source of information which gives much detail about the topic since I've visited many sites but they only give some basic info about the topic :o


 


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Age is only a number my friend, only a number.
 

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The reason why I am quiet is because I am only allowed 20 personal messaeges per hour.
Who on Earth made that rule up!?!
 

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you took time to reply my post and i got my answer (thank you LC) ;)
 

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i am going to submit my work on Monday because the monster has given Monday as deadline for the assignment.
i am still not done with the question " differences between laboratory and industrial scale"
if you can please help me out [:-[]
 

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hi LC :) 
the most important question of my life i told you is that "research and explain an example of the dependence of enzyme activity on the pH in terms of the chemical formula of the enzymes and the nature of the binding site and substrate" ???
i didn't even understand the question and I've submitted the same assignment for about 3 times but all in vain and i didn't get anything.
now i am waiting for your respond so may be i can get something from there because i trust you and your replies afterall LC you know ;) 
 

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And one more thing that "can you please relate the reactions of carbohydrates to the properties of its constituent functional groups" ???
 
 

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also what is the commercial importance of aspirin?
just post me the link :-X
only if you want :-X
 

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the most important question of my life i told you is that "research and explain an example of the dependence of enzyme activity on the pH in terms of the chemical formula of the enzymes and the nature of the binding site and substrate" ???

http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/biology/bio4fv/page/ph_and_.htm

http://www.rsc.org/education/teachers/learnnet/cfb/enzymes.htm

http://www.lsbu.ac.uk/biology/enztech/ph.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enzyme#Industrial_applications

 

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And one more thing that "can you please relate the reactions of carbohydrates to the properties of its constituent functional groups" ???

This link is pretty good

http://www.cfs.purdue.edu/Class/F&n630/Virt_Class_2/CHOreactions.htm
 

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 neurons are the building blocks of the body’s communication system, it is the networks of neurons that allow signal to move between the brain and body. These organized networks, composed of up to one trillion neurons, make up what is known as the nervous system. The human nervous system is composed of two parts: the central nervous system, which includes the brain and spinal cord, and the peripheral nervous system, which is composed of nerves and nerve networks throughout the body.

The endocrine system is also essential to communication. This system utilizes glands located throughout the body, which secrete hormones that regulate a variety of things such as metabolism, digestion, blood pressure and growth. While the endocrine system is not directly linked to the nervous system, the two interact in a number of ways

http://psychology.about.com/od/biopsychology/p/NervousSystem.htm
 

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@omid, sorry, I'm all out again.
 

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I've told you, I'm out of personal messages.
 

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I've tried what you've told me to but it does not work.
 

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What time did my first message come through on your computer?
 

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it was 7.52 on your time
 

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So wait another 6 minutes, if you can. :)
 

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Yes, just send it.
 

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Umm...are you sure you're not getting too obsessed with me? It sounds a bit weird when I say it.
 

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C4M - it looks as if you should consider becoming a science tutor.  The pay isn't too bad...
 

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Heehee, well sometimes being too nice can be a bit of a problem. :)
 

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@omid

Sorry, I'm out of messages again. I'm off to bed. Have a nice day.
 

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Sorry, I'm out again. This time I'm really going to bed.
 

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