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of the Word.” 6 Secondly, the change is effected by a supernatural Agent – God. So what we have is the change of one physico‐chemical substance into another through a non‐physical, supernatural Agent, the Spirit of God. Rationalist. But if I were to accept your western logic, I should have to believe that the Body of Christ is composed of proteins and enzymes and such things, and that the Blood of Christ contains haemoglobin! Orthodox. Well, and what is impious about that? Rationalist. It is the height of impiety! My faith is not based on scientific molecular analysis! Orthodox. Nor is mine. Rationalist. But you have just admitted that the Body and Blood of Christ contain proteins and enzymes and haemoglobin! Orthodox. Well, does not human flesh and blood contain such elements? Rationalist. Yes, but these words are scientific terms that were unknown to the Fathers. You don’t seriously think that in order to understand the Mystery, you have to have a degree in biology?! Orthodox. Not at all. Rationalist. So you accept that the Blood of Christ does not contain haemoglobin… Orthodox. No I don’t. Your argument is a non‐sequitur. I believe by faith alone – not by molecular analysis, nor by any evidence of the senses – that the consecrated Gifts are human Flesh and Blood united to the Divine Spirit. Biologists tell me – and no one, as far as I know, disputes this – that human blood contains haemoglobin. So it seems eminently reasonable to believe that the Blood of Christ also contains haemoglobin. Of course, this fact was discovered, not by faith, but by scientific research, so it does not have the certainty – or the importance – attaching to revelations of faith. But if we suppose that human blood contains haemoglobin, and if we accept that Christ’s Blood is human, then it follows that Christ’s Blood also contains haemoglobin. Or do you think that Christ is not fully human and does not have fully human flesh and blood like ours? Rationalist. There you go with your syllogisms and empty logic again! Always trying to catch me out! I never said that Christ’s Blood was not human! Orthodox. Nevertheless, you seem to have great trouble accepting the consequences of that statement. Rationalist. They are consequences for you, but not for me. Thus you, but not I, are committed to the consequence that a molecular analysis of the Blood of Christ would reveal haemoglobin. Orthodox. Not so… I think it was Vladimir Lossky who said that hypothetical situations are not a fitting subject of theological discourse, which deals only in 6 St.
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66 lCJA1Z/L (4.50 - Haemoglobin estimation 134 g/L (130 - Haematocrit 0.388 ratio (0.400 - 0.520) 83.3 fL (80.0 Mean corpusc.
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2 points = 1 mark  (c) Haemoglobin  (d) Function of haemoglobin picks up oxygen from lungs – becomes oxyhaemoglobin transports oxygen to cells – oxidises glucose – cell respiration energy released – leaving carbon dioxide and water 4 points:
You may wish to undertake such tests before resigning from your current employment to be more confident of the results when coming to Dubai 2 Haemoglobin Anaemia can lead to difficulty working at cabin altitudes.
You will be checked for temperature, allergies, blood pressure, haemoglobin, etc.
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Teachers’ version GCE O LEVEL – May/June 2010 Syllabus 6065 Paper 01 (i) Importance of iron formation of haemoglobin – red pigment in blood – picks up oxygen from lungs – oxyhaemoglobin – transports oxygen to cells – oxidises glucose – cell respiration – energy produced – leaving carbon dioxide and water – CO2 attaches to haemoglobin – carboxyhaemoglobin – tranported to lungs – for breathing out/disposal (4 points ) (2 points = 1 mark)  (ii) Sources of iron liver/kidney – red meat (or one named e.g.
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is a form of inherited blood disorder characterized by abnormal formation of haemoglobin. The abnormal hemoglobin formed results in improper oxygen transport and destruction of red blood cells. 4. Iron deficiency anemia: Iron deficiency anemia is caused by a shortage of the element iron in your body. 5. Aplastic Anemia: Bone marrow aplasia means lack of functioning bone marrow. What are the normal values of Haemoglobin, Haematocrit and the number of Red Blood Cells?: *hemoglobin: Red blood cells have the ability to concentrate hemoglobin in the cell fluid up to about 34 grams in each 100 milliliters of cells. *hematocrit: the percentage of blood that is RBCs cells—normally, 40 to 45 per cent. *The number Of Red Blood Cells: In normal men, the average number of red blood cells per cubic millimeter is 5,200,000 (±300,000); in normal women, it is 4,700,000 (±300,000). What is the role of vitamin B12 and folic acid in Red Blood Cells production? • Both of these vitamins are essential for the synthesis of DNA, because each in a different way is required for the formation of thymidine triphosphate, one of the essential building blocks of DNA. Therefore, lack of either vitamin B12 or folic acid causes abnormal and diminished DNA and, consequently, failure of nuclear maturation and cell division.
Example, gene coding for haemoglobin are highly expressed in red blood cells • Gene regulation can be influenced by environmental signals, cell to cell interactions (occurrence frequency of non-coding region, post-transcriptional and post-translational modifications, epigenetic mechanism like DNA methylation) -contd • In prokaryotes, operons are commonly known to bear structural genes (e.g.
CP149719,CP148602 WELL MAN ULTRAVIT Test Result Units Range HAEMOGLOBIN (G/L) HCT RED CELL COUNT MCV MCH MCHC (G/L) RDW 159 0.468 5.43 86 29.4 341 12.1 g/L L/L x10^12/L fl pg g/L % 130.00 - 170.00 0.37 - 0.50 4.40 - 5.80 80.00 - 99.00 26.00 - 33.50 300.00 - 350.00 11.50 - 15.00 7.6 3.64 3.05 0.55 0.23 0.10 x10^9/L x10^9/L x10^9/L x10^9/L x10^9/L x10^9/L 3.00 2.00 1.20 0.20 0.00 0.00 220 10.4 x10^9/L fl 150.00 - 400.00 7.00 - 13.00 0.9 mg/l 0.00 - 5.00 143.1 5.1 86 mmol/L mmol/L umol/L 135.00 - 145.00 1.70 - 8.30 66.00 - 112.00 IU/L IU/L IU/L IU/L IU/L umol/L 40.00 - 129.00 0.00 - 37.00 10.00 - 50.00 38.00 - 204.00 10.00 - 71.00 0.00 - 20.00 HAEMATOLOGY Red Blood Cells White Blood Cells WHITE CELL COUNT NEUTROPHILS LYMPHOCYTES MONOCYTES EOSINOPHILS BASOPHILS - 10.00 7.50 3.65 1.00 0.40 0.10 Clotting Status PLATELET COUNT MPV Inflammation Marker CRP - HIGH SENSITIVITY BIOCHEMISTRY Kidney Function SODIUM UREA CREATININE Liver Function ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE ASPARTATE TRANSFERASE ALANINE TRANSFERASE CK GAMMA GT BILIRUBIN 128 *42 35.4 *272 20 9.8 Proteins TOTAL PROTEIN ALBUMIN GLOBULIN 71.7 44.2 27.5 g/L g/L g/L 63.00 - 83.00 34.00 - 50.00 19.00 - 35.00 CALCIUM CORRECTED CALCIUM 2.56 2.48 mmol/L mmol/L 2.20 - 2.60 2.20 - 2.60 URIC ACID 392 umol/L 266.00 - 474.00 HBA1C (MMOL/MOL) 31.00 mmol/mol 20.00 - 42.00 Bone Health Gout Diabetes Page 1 of 2 Medichecks.com Ltd, MediCity, Thane Road, Nottingham, NG90 6BH, UK Registered in England &
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11 Only the 25 year old is likely to be menstruating and thus needs most iron for replacement of haemoglobin.
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carbon carbon dioxide haemoglobin chemical heat nitrogen hormones oxygen For Examiner’s Use chlorophyll light phloem Each word may be used once, more than once or not at all.
– Haemograms (haemoglobin estimation, total and differential counts, erythrocyte sedimentation rate and packed cell volume with basic peripheral smear study including the reporting of haemoparasites) – Routine and microscopic studies of urine and stool.
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Haemoglobin was, by far, the most common inaccurate suggestion, with magnesium also sometimes mentioned.
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58 Haem and haemoglobin ...................................................................................................................... 65 Respiration and acid-base balance: