Level 1: Survival consciousness. … Level 2: Relationship consciousness. … Level 3: Self-esteem consciousness. … Level 4: Transformation consciousness. … Level 5: Internal cohesion consciousness. … Level 6: Making a difference consciousness. … Level 7: Service consciousness. … Full-Spectrum consciousness. What are the 3 stages of mind? In Unity, when
Lysosomes are an important type of vesicles involved in the digestion. Food vacuoles are fused with lysosomes, which contain enzymes to digest the food. Lysosomes are also involved in phagocytosis. On the other hand, lysosomes destroy damaged organelles in the process called autophagy. How are lysosomes and vacuoles the same
The cerebellum is located in the back of your brain. It helps with the coordination and movement related to motor skills, especially involving the hands and feet. It also helps maintain posture, balance, and equilibrium. What are the 2 main functions of cerebellum? It is made of two halves known
Binocular microscopes have two tubes and eyepieces, and this can make it more comfortable to examine specimens. Binocular head pieces can be used in educational, research, and commercial settings. What is the function of the eyepiece and objective lens? Parts of a Microscope Every microscope has an eyepiece lens, which
Skin regulates your body temperature through blood vessels and through the process of sweating. The skin is in effect your body’s thermostat. When you’re out in cold weather, your skin triggers shivering so the blood vessels will contract and keep you as warm as possible. What role does the skin
What is the function of the intervertebral discs? The intervertebral discs act as shock absorbers and provide flexibility to the spine, allowing it to flex and extend. What is the function of the intervertebral discs What is a slipped disc? The discs function to cushion the spine and reduce the
The five main functions of the muscular system are movement, support, protection, heat generation and blood circulation: Movement. Skeletal muscles pull on the bones causing movements at the joints. … Support. Muscles of the body wall support the internal organs. … Protection. … Heat generation. … Blood circulation. Is not
The adrenal gland secretes steroid hormones such as cortisol and aldosterone. It also makes precursors that can be converted to sex steroids (androgen, estrogen). A different part of the adrenal gland makes adrenaline (epinephrine). How many hormones are produced by the adrenal gland? What hormones do my adrenal glands produce?