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Small particle that carries electromagnetic radiation of all wavelengths; has zero mass.
The innermost of the three membranes of the meninges covering the brain and spinal cord.
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A small, endocrine gland attached by a stalk to the dorsal wall of the third ventricle of the cerebrum where the two thalamic bodies join; it produces melatonin which plays a role in circadian rhythm (i.e. the 24-hour cycle in the processes plants, animals, fungi, and cyanobacteria); it is also called epiphysis cerebri.
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cerebrum ; dorsal ; fungus ; thalamus ; ventricles
An endocrine gland located at the base of the brain, supplying numerous hormones that govern many vital processes including growth; also called hypophysis.
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The blood's liquid medium; composed of 92% water and 8% proteins (including clotting factors, e.g. fibrin) and trace amounts of other materials.
A network of nerves, blood vessels, or lymphatic tissue.
Inflammation of more than one joint usually due to an immune-mediated disorder.
arthritis ; immune-mediated disease ; inflammation
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