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Intravenous solutions and the effect of tonicity of extracellular fluids on RBC. (A) IV fluids that are usually used to treat hydration in patients with SCD. (B) RBCs suspended in hypertonic solution lose water, shrink, and are transformed to dehydrated xerocytes. Suspended in hypotonic solution, RBCs gain water, swell, and are transformed to spherocytes. Panel B adapted from OpenStax11 (source: Mariana Ruiz Villareal; licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0). Download for free at -c72e-48f5-b51e-f14f21b5eabd@10.118.


Natural Dead ZonesNot all dead zones are caused by pollution. The largest dead zone in the world, the lower portion of the Black Sea, occurs naturally. Oxygenated water is only found in the upper portion of the sea, where the Black Sea's waters mix with the Mediterranean Sea that flows through the shallow Bosporus strait.


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FWC Wildlife Alert Hotline: 888-404-3922 (toll-free)If you find a dead, sick, or injured manatee or sea turtle, or you would like to report a wildlife law violation, please call FWC's 24-hour Wildlife Alert Number.


Florida Poison Information Center: 800-222-1222 (toll-free)If you would like to report health issues related to exposure to red tide, please call the Florida Poison Information Center at 800-222-1222. Additional information on the health effects of Florida red tide can be found on the Florida Department of Health website.If you would like to speak with someone in your local health department, please use the link below for contact information.


Mote Marine Laboratory's Beach Conditions Report provides up-to-date information about the effects of red tide on Florida Gulf Coast beaches, including reports of dead fish, respiratory irritation among beachgoers, water color, and wind direction. The site also provides information on red drift algae and rip currents.


There are very few studies on this topic but they are already starting to reveal some of the key factors controlling the relative importance of cell-free EEA, and temperature seems to be a major one. In a Baltic Sea seasonal (1.5 y-long) study, a significant inverse relation was found between the proportion of dissolved relative to total EEA (Baltar et al., 2016). In a lab experiment, incubating microbial communities from the Great Barrier Reef waters (Australia) at three different temperatures (i.e., in situ, +3 and -3C), a significant inverse relation was found again between temperature and the relative proportion of dissolved to total EEA (Baltar et al., 2017). These results are consistent with the increased observed in the proportion of dissolved relative to total EEA with depth as the temperature drops along the whole water column in a (sub) tropical Atlantic Ocean transect (Baltar et al., 2010). These studies signpost, from different angles (i.e., seasonal, climate change lab, and transect cruise studies), temperature as the main factor affecting the relative importance and activity of cell-free EEA. All those studies seem to indicate that the warmer the temperature the lower the proportion of dissolved EEA. This is also consistent with the longer lifetime of cell-free enzymes found for deep relative to the surface waters (Baltar et al., 2013).


The command "And thou shalt bind them for a sign upon thy hand, and they shall be for frontlets between thine eyes" (Deut. 6:8) was practiced by Jews from early times. In the Second Temple period the sages established that "tefillin" (phylacteries; amulets in Greek) would include four scriptural passages inscribed on parchment placed in box-like containers made of black leather. One of the phylacteries was worn one on the left arm and the other on the forehead. These served "as a sign upon your hand and as a symbol on your forehead that with a mighty hand the Lord freed us from Egypt" (Exodus 13:9, 16).


Basketry and cordage represent major types of perishable finds retrieved in this arid part of Israel. The basketry fragments on display are made of date palm leaves, a material convenient for making baskets and mats. Reconstruction of weaving or plaiting techniques is possible because of the exceptional conditions inside the caves of the Dead Sea region. The technique used is a type of plaiting that was popular during Roman times and remained in favor through the following centuries; a variant is still used in the Near East today. Basketry was probably very common, as it is to this day, in various household activities. However, in times of need, baskets and mats also served for collecting and wrapping the bones and skulls of the dead.


The downloads above are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. This means that Missing Migrants Project data are free to share and adapt, as long as the appropriate attribution is given. This includes stating that the source is 'IOM's Missing Migrants Project', and indicating if changes were made to the data. Ideally, a link to this website should also be included.


Missing Migrants Project by International Organization for Migration (IOM) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. This means that Missing Migrants Project data and website content is free to share and adapt, as long as the appropriate attribution is given.


The Mississippi River is like a drainage system for your street, but it connects 31 U.S. states and even parts of Canada.These nutrients are ultimately funneled into the Gulf of Mexico, sometimes traveling more than a 1,000 miles downstream to start a chain of events in the Gulf that turns deadly.


When the water reaches this hypoxic state, fish and shrimp leave the area and anything that can't escape like crabs, worms, and clams die. If the amount of pollution entering the Gulf isn't reduced, the dead zone will continue to wreak havoc on the ecosystem and threaten some of the most productive fisheries in the world.


To access these records you will either need to visit us to see the documents for free at our building in Kew or, where you can identify a specific document reference, order a copy () to be sent to you.


Registers listed below as among records of the General Register Office (those with a reference beginning RG) are available as online records and can be searched and downloaded from The Genealogist (). The same registers are available on Ancestry ().


John 11 records the death of a man named Lazarus. His sisters, Mary and Martha, sent for Jesus, hoping He would arrive in time to heal their brother before he died. But by the time Jesus came, Lazarus had been dead for several days. The sisters gave up hope, believing it was too late. Their brother was gone, and there was nothing to do but mourn him.


Hi MJ,I apologize for me delayed response. I have seborrheic dermatitis in my eyebrows and nose as well. I know is sounds funny to soak your face, but I actually do just that. I use the same mix and proportions as mentioned in the post, and I mix it in a shallow bowl. Once the salt is dissolved I submerge my face for 10 seconds or so and repeat that a few times. I also then just use my hands to apply more salt water to specific areas that need more. I hope that this helps, but please feel free to send me an email at info@yoursummerskin.com if you would like to chat more about it. Summer


I just wanted to thank you for this informative and helpful blog! I am 15 days dermatitis free! I use Minera dead sea salt every morning and before I retire for the night. I only apply Aveeno excema therapy lotion if I have a dry spot on my face. I no longer have to dred getting up in the morning and afraid to look in the mirror. I am elated!!


Hi. I read that someone soak their skin in dead sea salt mixed with water, then wash it off and others use it as a facial toner, and dont wash it off, why so? and why wash it of when it can be used as a toner?


We have included a mini-website that contains album artwork, liner notes, etc. along with the music. The entire thing is zipped up into a single file for easier downloading. After you get the file, just unzip the file and you should find everything you need.


We are offering three versions of the album. Both bittorrent versions are higher quality than the direct download version, but even the regular quality version sounds pretty good. (Bittorrent MP3 is LAME 3.90.3 encoded, using the variable bit rate alt-preset-extreme setting. Bittorrent OGG is encoded with oggenc using LibVorbis v1.1.1, using the variable bit rate --q7 preset. Direct download is LAME 3.90.3 encoded at 160Kbps.)


Notes for JournalistsThis paper is freely available through July 31. Journalists and public information officers (PIOs) can download a PDF copy of the article by clicking on this link: 041b061a72


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