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Human Biology Help-Apologies for Vagueness

  1. Sep 16, 2007 #1
    I will try to follow the guidelines in the template but I may fall short as I copied and pasted this from another one of my threads on another forum. Apologies.

    I know I just joined but I'm in dire need of some homework help as I don't what to search on google and it's difficult to find information in my textbooks.

    Please help me even tho I just joined :P

    1:Question 1

    Question 2

    My teacher also said that studying the cell,diabetes and it's symptons and transport of substances in and out of the cell might help. I've studied most[cept diabetes and it's symptons], and can't seem to put it together, it may seem simple as"The boy has diabetes." but I cannot just put that sentence with proper relationship of the above.

    3: We are on the topic Infection and Disease at school and on topics such as Obesity,Diabetes etc. Since teacher told us to look up on diabetes I am fairly confident that it is diabetes but I cannot[like stated above] cannot find the relationship. A good couple of lines from you may help me or just point me in the right direction.

    Please help me. Thanks in Advance.
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  3. Sep 22, 2007 #2


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    Indeed, you are on the right track to assume it is diabetes. Try thinking about the different types of diabetes and where the cellular changes occur for each form to get more specific in your answer.
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