The main text should contain everything that makes up the "story" of the work. In it, a reader who basically trusts that your methods are sound should find everything that they need to understand the work. There are often, however, places where it is important to show your work, but that are not particularly interesting. If they are lengthy enough that they start feeling like a major detour in the flow of the narrative, then they are a good candidate for moving to an appendix.
May 29, Penn was to start in a game last week but was rushed to the hospital instead for emergency surgery. While some baseball injuries seem inevitable—like home run king Barry Bonds getting an infected needle prick, or pounder Runelvys Hernandez choking on a doughnut—this one came out of left field.
But such is usually the case for appendicitis, an inflammation of the appendix, which most commonly strikes healthy young people between ages 10 and 30 without warning. The year-old Penn should be back in a couple of weeks.
He had his appendix removed because, as we all know, the appendix serves no purpose Although most biology textbooks say the appendix is useless, we shouldn't sell the organ short. The parathyroid was one such organ, now known to regulate calcium-phosphorous metabolism.
The appendix was another. The appendix is a slimy, dead-end sac that hangs between the small and large intestines. It's about a half inch in diameter and three inches long. As quickly as 11 weeks after conception, the appendix starts making endocrine cells for the developing fetus.
Endocrine cells secrete useful chemicals, such as hormones, and the appendix endocrine cells secrete amines and peptide hormones that help with biological checks and balances as the fetus grows.
After birth, the appendix mainly helps the body stave off disease by serving as a lymphoid organ. Lymphoid organs, with their lymphoid tissue, make white blood cells and antibodies. The appendix, by virtue of its lymphoid tissue, is part of a complicated chain that makes B lymphocytes one variety of white blood cell and a class of antibodies known as immunoglobulin A antibodies.
The appendix also produces certain chemicals that help direct the white blood cells to the parts of the body where they are needed the most. The dirty gut is a good training ground for young white blood cells. The appendix, with its sac routinely collecting and expelling foodstuffs, exposes the white blood cells to myriad bacteria, viruses and drugs passing through the gastrointestinal tract.
This way, the white blood cells learn to fight potentially deadly bacteria, such as E. The appendix's contribution to the body's white blood cell and antibody production reaches its peak when you are about 20 or 30 years old, then production falls off sharply.
By age 60, the appendix serves very little active purpose. Rotten luck The appendix can cause trouble when food gets stuck in there.
The food rots, causing an infection that can be fatal, particularly if the appendix bursts. Once infected, the appendix needs to be removed. Life goes on; you'll likely never miss it. In the not-too-distant past, zealous doctors would remove the appendix during other types of surgeryto get it "out of the way" just in case it would some day become infected.
The appendix is useless; I'm already elbow-deep into this person's gut; why don't I just snip the appendix now. Doctors now realize they can use the appendix for reconstructive surgery. In one type of bladder "replacement" surgery, doctors take part of the intestine to form a bladder and use the appendix tissue to recreate a sphincter muscle, which can contract and open the bladder when urinating.
Similarly, the appendix is used as a substitute ureter, a tube that carries urine from the kidneys to the bladder. A healthy appendix is as good as gold in the body.
Then again, think how much Hayden Penn could get selling his appendix on eBay.Manual for Formatting the Tables and the List of Tables in the Thesis or Dissertation This manual provides information on 1.
How to properly format tables within the thesis or dissertation. or it will need to go into an appendix. Also, note that the text on Table 3 is smaller than the other two tables. This is allowed. However, the font. Sep 08, · An appendix (or attachment) is a useful tool for providing additional information in a dissertation.
You can use appendices to make sure your paper is not too long, avoid disrupting the text with a lot of tables and figures, and add background information on your topic/5(87). The appendix, by virtue of its lymphoid tissue, is part of a complicated chain that makes B lymphocytes (one variety of white blood cell) and a class of antibodies known as immunoglobulin A.
An appendix should be streamlined and not loaded with a lot information. If you have a very long and complex appendix, it is a good idea to break it down into separate appendices, allowing the reader to find relevant information quickly as the information is covered in the body of the paper.
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