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  1. s. s. s. mis mtr Says:

    ]شاهيناس شيخ شريف – MIS – mtr

    1- A
    2- B
    3- 3

    1- The MIS programme is really nice.

  2. samah sameer (mis) Says:

    Samah sameer (mis)
    UN says that more than nine hundred millions people worldwide do not have enough food. .Officials says that one hundred million more could go hungry this year because of the food, fuel and financial crises. To deal with the situation, World Food Program has launched a project to help small farmers.
    .Many cannot produce enough food even to feed and support their own families. The new effort is called purchase for progress, (P4P) it aims to connect local farmers with dependable markets. Benefits they could get are the chance to sell their surplus at competitive prices.

  3. AmAr adem Says:

    U.N thet says more than nine hundred milion people worlduide don,t have enough to eat officials the food full and financial crises world food program has launched thes farmers are mainly women and support thir families or (P4P) itaims to conneatlocal with markets;that may astuenty one countries during the next five years

  4. samah sameer (MIS) Says:

    PREFIX: extra-articular
    ex-trovert
    eu-nuchoid
    eti-ology
    est-iration
    SUFFIX: galactago-gus
    podag-ra
    dysap-hia
    incipi-ent
    cranioc-last

  5. mohammed kamal(mis) Says:

    Suffixes prefixes
    Ectomy brady
    Crine hemi
    Derma hyper
    Blast contra
    cytosis brachy

  6. salwahurry(mis) Says:

    Samaras:-( aims to fight )- Unsay:many people have alitte food. he have program to hel this farmers and support families by dependable market.

  7. salwahurry(mis) Says:

    Prefix:-
    1-hypothermia lees of heat
    2-endocarditic inner inflammation
    3-micro stoma Abnormal small mouth
    4-mayo cardiac inflammation muscle
    5-per carditic outer layer inflammation

    Suffix:-
    1-cyanogen low forgone
    2-tonsillectomy remove the tones

  8. samah sameer Says:

    Carbohydrate
    It is an organic compound with general formula Cm(H2O)n, (ie consists of only of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.The last two are in the 2:1 ratio. Carbohydrates can be viewed as hydrates of carbon.The term is most used in biochemistry, where it is another word for saccharide.When we are talking of saccharides, the carbohydrates can be divided into four chemical groups.They are :
    1.monosaccharides
    2.disaccharide
    3.oligosaccharide
    4.polysaccharide.
    In general, the monosaccharides and disaccharides are smaller (lower molecular weight) carbohydrates and they are commonly referred to as sugars.The word saccharide comes from the Greek word σάκχαρον (sákcharon), meaning “sugar”. While the scientific nomenclature of carbohydrates is complicated, the names of the monosaccharides and disaccharides very often end in the suffix -ose. For example, blood sugar is the monosaccharide glucose, table sugar is the disaccharide sucrose, and milk sugar is the disaccharide lactose.Carbohydrates have many functions in living things. Polysaccharides are a storage of energy (e.g., starch and glycogen) and a structural components (e.g., cellulose in plants and chitin in arthropods). The 5-carbon monosaccharide ribose is an important component of coenzymes (e.g., ATP, FAD, and NAD) and the backbone of the genetic molecule known as RNA. The related deoxyribose is a component of DNA. Saccharides and their derivatives include many other important biomolecules that play key roles in the immune system, fertilization, pathogenesis, blood clotting, and development.
    Proteins
    Proteins (also known as polypeptides) are organic compounds made of amino acids arranged in a linear chain and folded into a globular form. The amino acids in a polymer are joined together by the peptide bonds between the carboxyl and amino groups of adjacent amino acid residues. The sequence of amino acids in a protein is defined by the sequence of a gene, which is encoded in the genetic code.In general, the genetic code specifies 20 standard amino acids; however, in certain organisms the genetic code can include selenocysteine—and in certain archaea—pyrrolysine. Shortly after or even during synthesis, the residues in a protein are often chemically modified by post-translational modification, which alters the physical and chemical properties, folding, stability, activity, and ultimately, the function of the proteins. Proteins can also work together to achieve a particular function, and they often associate to form stable complexes.
    Minerals
    Minerals are inorganic elements which are utilized as structural components of tissue and cellular compounds, as catalysts for enzyme activity, and to maintain normal osmotic and electrochemical gradients that support neuromuscular activity and cell membrane transport activity. Mineral elements may be required in small amounts (milligrams) or in trace amounts (micrograms). Like other biological macromolecules such as polysaccharides and nucleic acids, proteins are essential parts of organisms and participate in virtually every process within cells. Many proteins are enzymes that catalyze biochemical reactions and are vital to metabolism. Proteins also have structural or mechanical functions, such as actin and myosin in muscle and the proteins in the cytoskeleton, which form a system of scaffolding that maintains cell shape. Other proteins are important in cell signaling, immune responses, cell adhesion, and the cell cycle. Proteins are also necessary in animals’ diets, since animals cannot synthesize all the amino acids they need and must obtain essential amino acids from food. Through the process of digestion, animals break down ingested protein into free amino acids that are then used in metabolism.
    Fats
    Fats are organic compounds that are made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. They are a source of energy in foods. Fats belong to a group of substances called lipids, and come in liquid or solid form. All fats are combinations of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids.Fat is one of the 3 nutrients (along with protein and carbohydrates) that supply calories to the body. Fat provides 9 calories per gram, more than twice the number provided by carbohydrates or protein.Fat is essential for the proper functioning of the body. Fats provide essential fatty acids, which are not made by the body and must be obtained from food. The essential fatty acids are linoleic and linolenic acid. They are important for controlling inflammation, blood clotting, and brain development.
    Fat serves as the storage substance for the body’s extra calories. It fills the fat cells (adipose tissue) that help insulate the body. Fats are also an important energy source. When the body has used up the calories from carbohydrates, which occurs after the first 20 minutes of exercise, it begins to depend on the calories from fat.Healthy skin and hair are maintained by fat. Fat helps the body absorb and move the vitamins A, D, E, and K through the bloodstream.

  9. amar adem [mis 1] Says:

    corb hydrats
    apipe in astret form which waercan betaken form put ing out fires streatcleetning

    portein
    in asubstance foundin food such as meat fish and beans it is important and beans it is important forhelping people and animals sto grow and be healthy
    minerals
    minerals is natural substance stane suchas coal salt oil etc ese pecially one that is dug out of the ground for people to use acountry richin minerals
    fats
    greay substanceunder the skins of amimals and people dont like meat with too much fat anit thead JECTIVEIS FATY

  10. Amar Adam Says:

    ospitals on their environments
    Health promoting hospitals [h p h] is concpetfor hospital development that duilds
    Pon the health promotion concept of the wit ot tawa charte for health where the reorientation of health care services is consid eredas as ane of five major action areas foran overall development the health promoting hospital functions these include tre
    Health promting hospital setting health as an advocate and change agent for health promation in its concept

  11. Eman Mohamad Ali Says:

    One of big job’s agency “Qurtoba Recruitment & Training Services” recently open for job vacancy in the medical sector, especially for the Nurses who want to work under their company. Qurtoba Recruitment & Training Services in partnership with the National Council Technical and Technological Education, with great pleasure present the first ever physical and virtual job fair in Sudan.

    In order to fulfill one of their clients (private hospital) in the country of Sudan, they are looking for or open a job recruitment for the Nurses to join with them and work as full time shift. The nurses should have 3 to 5 years experienced in the hospital.

    Salary for the nurses are variable (negotiation), depend on years of experience and also specialization skill of nurse profession. Some reward and benefit will be given to the nurses in the end of years. Annual leave, hostel and others accommodation available.

    Job description for the nurses :

    The nurses able to work independently during implements the nursing process with patients/clients including carrying out physicians orders regarding diet, medication and treatment; performs assessments; changes dressings.

    The nurses should be monitors and ensures quality care through observation and evaluation; reports on physiological and mental health status of patients/clients; documents nursing interventions on medical records.

    Distributes and maintains records of controlled drugs and insures their security; maintains records and makes reports base on nursing care plan procedure and understanding of health/mental health issues.

    The nurses should be responds to the emergencies cases; maintains availability of medications and supplies; ensures cleanliness of equipment and environment; may participate as a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team in the assessment, development, implementation and evaluation of patients/clients treatment; may participate in outpatient clinics and assist in physical examinations; may administer routine tests

    Bachelor Degree in General Nursing and Midwife who interest to work in Sudan, they can contact : Amarat – Street 41 – Next to Elenaya Hospital – Mohamed Najeeb Street
    Tel: 0914148931 – 0916079580 – 0120811733. Or send the CV to the email : Info@qurtobasd.com.

    Only those in shortlist will be contact by them to work as staff nurse (Bachelor’s degree/higher diploma) in the private hospital – Sudan. The nurses recruitment available for July 2009 on the Qurtoba Recruitment & Training Services

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  12. mohammed kamal Says:

    portein:asubstance found in food such as meat fish and beans it is important beans it is important for helping people and animals to grow and healthy.
    food:the greay substance under the skins of animals and people dont like meat with too much fat an it the adjectiveis fatty the substance we obtainr from animals plants or seed and use for cooking the onions in alittle fat vegetable fats are health than animals fats
    minerals: is natural substance stance such as coal saltb oil etc the ground for people to use acountry rich in minerals.
    corbhydrats: haidrant in street from which water can be taken for putting out fires street cleetning.

  13. sohib mohammed Says:

    food:the greay substance under the skins of animals and people dont like meat with too much fat an it the adjectiveis fatty the substance we obtainr from animals plants or seed and use for cooking the onions in alittle fat vegetable fats are health than animals fats
    minerals: is natural substance stance such as coal saltb oil etc the ground for people to use acountry rich in minerals.
    corbhydrats: haidrant in street from which water can be taken for putting out fires street cleetning

  14. amar adem Says:

    portein:asubstance found in food such as meat fish and beans it is important beans it is important for helping people and animals to grow and healthy.
    food:the greay substance under the skins of animals and people dont like meat with too much fat an it the adjectiveis fatty the substance we obtainr from animals plants or seed and use for cooking the onions in alittle fat vegetable fats are health than animals fats
    minerals: is natural substance stance such as coal saltb oil etc the ground for people to use acountry rich in minerals.
    corbhydrats: haidrant in street from which water can be taken for putting out fires street cleetning.

  15. rania gamal Says:

    Carbonhydrates; are agrup of substaces e.g carbonc ,hydrogen,and oxsgen found in the body ,needs them for life and health.
    protenis ; are agrub of substance have tow types of proeneis animal protenis ,plant protenis.found in the food .the body needs them for life and health.
    Minerals; are agrup of substances e.g mg ,k,p,…ect helping of the body need of Energy and health.
    Fats ;are agrup of substance found in food .the body needs them for life and energy.

  16. sohib mhammed(mis) Says:

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    The purpose of our trip to Werkok, Sudan was to continue the work on a new hospital. Keep in mind a hospital to them is nothing more than a metal, pole barn type structure. Anything that isn’t a mud hut(tukle) is quite impressive.

    The work completed so far was basically the metal structure, and most of the cement work. Concrete is a rare commodity in Southern Sudan. No components of concrete are found in South Sudan, with the exception of some sand, which is still an hours drive away from where we are, and requires ‘mining’ the sand out of the ground along the Nile river. Gravel, Lime, and other parts of concrete need to be shipped into the area. There are very few roads, and the roads are terrible. Gravel is the closest at about 200 miles away. But costs over $5,000 to have it shipped to our location. And all of these parts need to be mixed the old fashion way. With a hoe, and a wheelbarrow. It makes for very slow work. Putting concrete together for anchoring a post is one thing, but when you need to create the floor of a 90 x 30 foot building, a foot thick, it makes for a lot of work. Of course the gravel, sand, and lime are all dumped in different locations, so there is a lot of wheelbarrowing from one location to another, all being done in 110 plus degree temperature. Luckily we aquired an old cement mixer that aided in the concrete creation process.

    Other than pouring concrete we also moved things. Object that were donated to the hospital. Large objects. Now while these things are a blessing to the hospital, it also is a bit of a burden since many things are not needed, and they were donated prior to the completion of the hospital structure. Basically there is no room for this stuff. And there is no garbage collection to throw it away. So as patients are treated in the half built building it was our job to shuffle this equipment from one spot to another. This was unfortunately very time consuming.

    While the actual structure of the hospital is being built, some work is being done in the shipping containers that supplies were delivered in. This actually worked quite well, and one container was turned into a O.R. Using shipping containers as buildings must be a popular thing to do in this part of the world. Many other places we visited used shipping containers. Like the airport in Lokiochoggio, Kenya.

    Once supplies arrive the next phase will be to put up interior walls using actual wallboard. Along with this wiring will be done for electricity.

    I’ve attached a few photos of the hospital building

    HospitalThe Main Ward

    The unfinished half
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    The purpose of our trip to Werkok, Sudan was to continue the work on a new hospital. Keep in mind a hospital to them is nothing more than a metal, pole barn type structure. Anything that isn’t a mud hut(tukle) is quite impressive.

    The work completed so far was basically the metal structure, and most of the cement work. Concrete is a rare commodity in Southern Sudan. No components of concrete are found in South Sudan, with the exception of some sand, which is still an hours drive away from where we are, and requires ‘mining’ the sand out of the ground along the Nile river. Gravel, Lime, and other parts of concrete need to be shipped into the area. There are very few roads, and the roads are terrible. Gravel is the closest at about 200 miles away. But costs over $5,000 to have it shipped to our location. And all of these parts need to be mixed the old fashion way. With a hoe, and a wheelbarrow. It makes for very slow work. Putting concrete together for anchoring a post is one thing, but when you need to create the floor of a 90 x 30 foot building, a foot thick, it makes for a lot of work. Of course the gravel, sand, and lime are all dumped in different locations, so there is a lot of wheelbarrowing from one location to another, all being done in 110 plus degree temperature. Luckily we aquired an old cement mixer that aided in the concrete creation process.

    Other than pouring concrete we also moved things. Object that were donated to the hospital. Large objects. Now while these things are a blessing to the hospital, it also is a bit of a burden since many things are not needed, and they were donated prior to the completion of the hospital structure. Basically there is no room for this stuff. And there is no garbage collection to throw it away. So as patients are treated in the half built building it was our job to shuffle this equipment from one spot to another. This was unfortunately very time consuming.

    While the actual structure of the hospital is being built, some work is being done in the shipping containers that supplies were delivered in. This actually worked quite well, and one container was turned into a O.R. Using shipping containers as buildings must be a popular thing to do in this part of the world. Many other places we visited used shipping containers. Like the airport in Lokiochoggio, Kenya.

    Once supplies arrive the next phase will be to put up interior walls using actual wallboard. Along with this wiring will be done for electricity.

    I’ve attached a few photos of the hospital building

    HospitalThe Main Ward

    The unfinished half
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  18. osman Ahmmed(mis) Says:

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    The purpose of our trip to Werkok, Sudan was to continue the work on a new hospital. Keep in mind a hospital to them is nothing more than a metal, pole barn type structure. Anything that isn’t a mud hut(tukle) is quite impressive.

    The work completed so far was basically the metal structure, and most of the cement work. Concrete is a rare commodity in Southern Sudan. No components of concrete are found in South Sudan, with the exception of some sand, which is still an hours drive away from where we are, and requires ‘mining’ the sand out of the ground along the Nile river. Gravel, Lime, and other parts of concrete need to be shipped into the area. There are very few roads, and the roads are terrible. Gravel is the closest at about 200 miles away. But costs over $5,000 to have it shipped to our location. And all of these parts need to be mixed the old fashion way. With a hoe, and a wheelbarrow. It makes for very slow work. Putting concrete together for anchoring a post is one thing, but when you need to create the floor of a 90 x 30 foot building, a foot thick, it makes for a lot of work. Of course the gravel, sand, and lime are all dumped in different locations, so there is a lot of wheelbarrowing from one location to another, all being done in 110 plus degree temperature. Luckily we aquired an old cement mixer that aided in the concrete creation process.

    Other than pouring concrete we also moved things. Object that were donated to the hospital. Large objects. Now while these things are a blessing to the hospital, it also is a bit of a burden since many things are not needed, and they were donated prior to the completion of the hospital structure. Basically there is no room for this stuff. And there is no garbage collection to throw it away. So as patients are treated in the half built building it was our job to shuffle this equipment from one spot to another. This was unfortunately very time consuming.

    While the actual structure of the hospital is being built, some work is being done in the shipping containers that supplies were delivered in. This actually worked quite well, and one container was turned into a O.R. Using shipping containers as buildings must be a popular thing to do in this part of the world. Many other

  19. Mohammed kamal Says:

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    The purpose of our trip to Werkok, Sudan was to continue the work on a new hospital. Keep in mind a hospital to them is nothing more than a metal, pole barn type structure. Anything that isn’t a mud hut(tukle) is quite impressive.

    The work completed so far was basically the metal structure, and most of the cement work. Concrete is a rare commodity in Southern Sudan. No components of concrete are found in South Sudan, with the exception of some sand, which is still an hours drive away from where we are, and requires ‘mining’ the sand out of the ground along the Nile river. Gravel, Lime, and other parts of concrete need to be shipped into the area. There are very few roads, and the roads are terrible. Gravel is the closest at about 200 miles away. But costs over $5,000 to have it shipped to our location. And all of these parts need to be mixed the old fashion way. With a hoe, and a wheelbarrow. It makes for very slow work. Putting concrete together for anchoring a post is one thing, but when you need to create the floor of a 90 x 30 foot building, a foot thick, it makes for a lot of work. Of course the gravel, sand, and lime are all dumped in different locations, so there is a lot of wheelbarrowing from one location to another, all being done in 110 plus degree temperature. Luckily we aquired an old cement mixer that aided in the concrete creation process.

    Other than pouring concrete we also moved things. Object that were donated to the hospital. Large objects. Now while these things are a blessing to the hospital, it also is a bit of a burden since many things are not needed, and they were donated prior to the completion of the hospital structure. Basically there is no room for this stuff. And there is no garbage collection to throw it away. So as patients are treated in the half built building it was our job to shuffle this equipment from one spot to another. This was unfortunately very time consuming.

    While the actual structure of the hospital is being built, some work is being done in the shipping containers that supplies were delivered in. This actually worked quite well, and one container was turned into a O.R. Using shipping containers as buildings must be a popular thing to do in this part of the world. Many other

  20. Abdalmtal Mhgob Says:

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    The purpose of our trip to Werkok, Sudan was to continue the work on a new hospital. Keep in mind a hospital to them is nothing more than a metal, pole barn type structure. Anything that isn’t a mud hut(tukle) is quite impressive.

    The work completed so far was basically the metal structure, and most of the cement work. Concrete is a rare commodity in Southern Sudan. No components of concrete are found in South Sudan, with the exception of some sand, which is still an hours drive away from where we are, and requires ‘mining’ the sand out of the ground along the Nile river. Gravel, Lime, and other parts of concrete need to be shipped into the area. There are very few roads, and the roads are terrible. Gravel is the closest at about 200 miles away. But costs over $5,000 to have it shipped to our location. And all of these parts need to be mixed the old fashion way. With a hoe, and a wheelbarrow. It makes for very slow work. Putting concrete together for anchoring a post is one thing, but when you need to create the floor of a 90 x 30 foot building, a foot thick, it makes for a lot of work. Of course the gravel, sand, and lime are all dumped in different locations, so there is a lot of wheelbarrowing from one location to another, all being done in 110 plus degree temperature. Luckily we aquired an old cement mixer that aided in the concrete creation process.

    Other than pouring concrete we also moved things. Object that were donated to the hospital. Large objects. Now while these things are a blessing to the hospital, it also is a bit of a burden since many things are not needed, and they were donated prior to the completion of the hospital structure. Basically there is no room for this stuff. And there is no garbage collection to throw it away. So as patients are treated in the half built building it was our job to shuffle this equipment from one spot to another. This was unfortunately very time consuming.

    While the actual structure of the hospital is being built, some work is being done in the shipping containers that supplies were delivered in. This actually worked quite well, and one container was turned into a O.R. Using shipping containers as buildings must be a popular thing to do in this part of the world. Many other

  21. esra alsir Says:

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    The purpose of our trip to Werkok, Sudan was to continue the work on a new hospital. Keep in mind a hospital to them is nothing more than a metal, pole barn type structure. Anything that isn’t a mud hut(tukle) is quite impressive.

    The work completed so far was basically the metal structure, and most of the cement work. Concrete is a rare commodity in Southern Sudan. No components of concrete are found in South Sudan, with the exception of some sand, which is still an hours drive away from where we are, and requires ‘mining’ the sand out of the ground along the Nile river. Gravel, Lime, and other parts of concrete need to be shipped into the area. There are very few roads, and the roads are terrible. Gravel is the closest at about 200 miles away. But costs over $5,000 to have it shipped to our location. And all of these parts need to be mixed the old fashion way. With a hoe, and a wheelbarrow. It makes for very slow work. Putting concrete together for anchoring a post is one thing, but when you need to create the floor of a 90 x 30 foot building, a foot thick, it makes for a lot of work. Of course the gravel, sand, and lime are all dumped in different locations, so there is a lot of wheelbarrowing from one location to another, all being done in 110 plus degree temperature. Luckily we aquired an old cement mixer that aided in the concrete creation process.

    Other than pouring concrete we also moved things. Object that were donated to the hospital. Large objects. Now while these things are a blessing to the hospital, it also is a bit of a burden since many things are not needed, and they were donated prior to the completion of the hospital structure. Basically there is no room for this stuff. And there is no garbage collection to throw it away. So as patients are treated in the half built building it was our job to shuffle this equipment from one spot to another. This was unfortunately very time consuming.

    While the actual structure of the hospital is being built, some work is being done in the shipping containers that supplies were delivered in. This actually worked quite well, and one container was turned into a O.R. Using shipping containers as buildings must be a popular thing to do in this part of the world. Many other

  22. bibiana john Says:

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    The purpose of our trip to Werkok, Sudan was to continue the work on a new hospital. Keep in mind a hospital to them is nothing more than a metal, pole barn type structure. Anything that isn’t a mud hut(tukle) is quite impressive.

    The work completed so far was basically the metal structure, and most of the cement work. Concrete is a rare commodity in Southern Sudan. No components of concrete are found in South Sudan, with the exception of some sand, which is still an hours drive away from where we are, and requires ‘mining’ the sand out of the ground along the Nile river. Gravel, Lime, and other parts of concrete need to be shipped into the area. There are very few roads, and the roads are terrible. Gravel is the closest at about 200 miles away. But costs over $5,000 to have it shipped to our location. And all of these parts need to be mixed the old fashion way. With a hoe, and a wheelbarrow. It makes for very slow work. Putting concrete together for anchoring a post is one thing, but when you need to create the floor of a 90 x 30 foot building, a foot thick, it makes for a lot of work. Of course the gravel, sand, and lime are all dumped in different locations, so there is a lot of wheelbarrowing from one location to another, all being done in 110 plus degree temperature. Luckily we aquired an old cement mixer that aided in the concrete creation process.

    Other than pouring concrete we also moved things. Object that were donated to the hospital. Large objects. Now while these things are a blessing to the hospital, it also is a bit of a burden since many things are not needed, and they were donated prior to the completion of the hospital structure. Basically there is no room for this stuff. And there is no garbage collection to throw it away. So as patients are treated in the half built building it was our job to shuffle this equipment from one spot to another. This was unfortunately very time consuming.

    While the actual structure of the hospital is being built, some work is being done in the shipping containers that supplies were delivered in. This actually worked quite well, and one container was turned into a O.R. Using shipping containers as buildings must be a popular thing to do in this part of the world. Many other

  23. raniagamal Says:

    The high incidence of debilitating and sometimes fatal diseases that persisted in the 1980s and had increased dramatically by 1991 reflected difficult ecological conditions and inadequate diets. The diseases resulting from these conditions were hard to control without substantial capital inputs, a much more adequate health care system, and the education of the population in preventive medicine.

    By 1991 health care in Sudan had all but disintegrated. The civil war in southern Sudan destroyed virtually all southern medical facilities except those that the SPLA had rebuilt to treat their own wounded and the hospitals in the three major towns controlled by government forces–Malakal, Waw, and Juba. These facilities were virtually inoperable because of the dearth of the most basic medical supplies. A similar situation existed in northern Sudan, where health care facilities, although not destroyed by war, had been rendered almost impotent by the economic situation. Sudan lacked the hard currency to buy the most elementary drugs, such as antimalarials and antibiotics, and the most basic equipment, such as syringes. Private medical care in the principal towns continued to function but was also hampered by the dearth of pharmaceuticals. In addition, harassed the Bashir government, the private sector particularly the Sudan Medical Association, which was dissolved and many of its members were jailed. Compounding the rapid decline in health care have been the years of famine during most of the 1980s, culminating in the great famine of 1991, which was caused by drought and widespread crop failures in Bahr al Ghazal State and in Darfur and Kurdufan. The famine was so widespread that, according to various estimates, 1.5 million to 7 million Sudanese would perish.

  24. bibiana john Says:

    The high incidence of debilitating and sometimes fatal diseases that persisted in the 1980s and had increased dramatically by 1991 reflected difficult ecological conditions and inadequate diets. The diseases resulting from these conditions were hard to control without substantial capital inputs, a much more adequate health care system, and the education of the population in preventive medicine.

    By 1991 health care in Sudan had all but disintegrated. The civil war in southern Sudan destroyed virtually all southern medical facilities except those that the SPLA had rebuilt to treat their own wounded and the hospitals in the three major towns controlled by government forces–Malakal, Waw, and Juba. These facilities were virtually inoperable because of the dearth of the most basic medical supplies. A similar situation existed in northern Sudan, where health care facilities, although not destroyed by war, had been rendered almost impotent by the economic situation. Sudan lacked the hard currency to buy the most elementary drugs, such as antimalarials and antibiotics, and the most basic equipment, such as syringes. Private medical care in the principal towns continued to function but was also hampered by the dearth of pharmaceuticals. In addition, harassed the Bashir government, the private sector particularly the Sudan Medical Association, which was dissolved and many of its members were jailed. Compounding the rapid decline in health care have been the years of famine during most of the 1980s, culminating in the great famine of 1991, which was caused by drought and widespread crop failures in Bahr al Ghazal State and in Darfur and Kurdufan. The famine was so widespread that, according to various estimates, 1.5 million to 7 million Sudanese would perish.

  25. bibiana john Says:

    carbohydrates:are agrow of substance compound of carbon and hydrogen and oxegen.
    protins:agroup of substance have animal protins and plan protins ,needs them fore life and health.
    minerals:agroup of substance e.g M.k.p needs fore life health and body head of energy and healthy.
    fats:are group of substance found in food needs them for life health and energy.

  26. Shemaa Mohamed Elhossen Says:

    Shemaa Mohamed Elhossien
    MIS
    Answer:
    1. The protection of the body.
    2. Because insects carried microbes to their eyes.
    3. A
    4. C
    5. F
    6. N
    Hospital In Sudan
    The hospitals in Sudan it’s no more bad but it’s needed something of facilities like medical tools, good doctor in hospital.
    The major problem in Sudanese hospital the bad environment. the dirt in room pantion and bath rooms.
    We need in the Sudanese hospital good environment to keep pure air and should keep clean to protection our bodies and children add give use healthy care;from the diseases.

    shemaa

  27. Shemaa Mohamed Elhossen Says:

    MIS
    Medical terminology
    EX NO [2]:
    1. Substance we needs for life and health ;found in[ food _bread, rise].
    2. Group of substance found in food [all meet].
    3. We needed to help body organ and found in food_vegetables .
    4. Group of supstance we needed for life and health we found in food such as[ white and red meet _and beens].

  28. mawada abd alhai Says:

    summary:-( aims to fight )- Unsay:many people have alitte food. he have program to hel this farmers and support families by dependable market.

    Prefix:-

    1-hypothermia lees of heat
    2-endocarditic inner inflammation
    3-micro stoma Abnormal small mouth
    4-mayo cardiac inflammation muscle
    5-per carditic outer layer inflammation

    Suffix:-
    1-cyanogen low forgone
    2-tonsillectomy remove the tones
    3-dermatology skin diseases
    4-leukopenia lack of wmite blood cells
    5-neuralgie nerve pain

  29. mawada abd alhai Says:

    Sudanese Hospital

    The purpose of our trip to Werkok, Sudan was to continue the work on a new hospital. Keep in mind a hospital to them is nothing more than a metal, pole barn type structure. Anything that isn’t a mud hut(tukle) is quite impressive.

    The work completed so far was basically the metal structure, and most of the cement work. Concrete is a rare commodity in Southern Sudan. No components of concrete are found in South Sudan, with the exception of some sand, which is still an hours drive away from where we are, and requires ‘mining’ the sand out of the ground along the Nile river. Gravel, Lime, and other parts of concrete need to be shipped into the area. There are very few roads, and the roads are terrible. Gravel is the closest at about 200 miles away. But costs over $5,000 to have it shipped to our location. And all of these parts need to be mixed the old fashion way. With a hoe, and a wheelbarrow. It makes for very slow work. Putting concrete together for anchoring a post is one thing, but when you need to create the floor of a 90 x 30 foot building, a foot thick, it makes for a lot of work. Of course the gravel, sand, and lime are all dumped in different locations, so there is a lot of wheelbarrowing from one location to another, all being done in 110 plus degree temperature. Luckily we aquired an old cement mixer that aided in the concrete creation process.

    Other than pouring concrete we also moved things. Object that were donated to the hospital. Large objects. Now while these things are a blessing to the hospital, it also is a bit of a burden since many things are not needed, and they were donated prior to the completion of the hospital structure. Basically there is no room for this stuff. And there is no garbage collection to throw it away. So as patients are treated in the half built building it was our job to shuffle this equipment from one spot to another. This was unfortunately very time consuming.

    While the actual structure of the hospital is being built, some work is being done in the shipping containers that supplies were delivered in. This actually worked quite well, and one container was turned into a O.R. Using shipping containers as buildings must be a popular thing to do in this part of the world. Many other places we visited used shipping containers. Like the airport in Lokiochoggio, Kenya.

    Once supplies arrive the next phase will be to put up interior walls using actual wallboard. Along with this wiring will be done for electricity.

    I’ve attached a few photos of the hospital building

  30. amar adem mis [1] Says:

    in humans plague occurs in thre forms bubonic plagu pneumonic plague septicemic plague pneumonic plague septicemic
    is thransmitted by the bite of infection is most transmitted the original
    nost diest the most important in fection the blood septiceinic plaue also ed initiated ed three days the first appearance of symptoms the victim has directthe is derived

  31. samah sameer Says:

    plague:
    In humans plague occursin there forms:bubonic,pneumonic,septicemic
    bubonic:is tarnsmitted by the bite of any of num erous in sects tat normally the seek new hots when the original host aies
    pheumohic :the taransmitted by droplets sprayed form the lungs amd mouth and blood septicemic :may also be intiatated divect coutact of contarminated hands ,food ,withe the mucous
    the purple color which appearsin all plagus victims during last hours the popular name(BLACK DEATH)

  32. osman almahl Says:

    plague
    In human plague occurs in there formsbubonic plague, pneumonic plague, and septicemic plague .
    Bubonic:is tarnsmitted by the bite ofany of numerous insects that normally . the seek new hots when the original host dies.
    Pneumonic:the tranmitted by droplets sprayed form the lungs and mouth ,and blood.
    Septicemic:may also be initiated direct contact of contaminted hands,food,withe mucous .
    the purple color which apprarsin all plague victims during last houre

  33. abdel rahman mustafa Says:

    Smile:

    A smile happens when we curl up our lips. It is the perfect accent to any face. We all smile yet no two smiles are the same. A smile is a beautiful universal expression. It is something that we can share with strangers and friends. A smile has powers that words can not explain or define.
    Smiles can brighten even the gloomiest days. They can be the fuel behind the fires of positive thinking. A smile can be the gateway to the soul. A smile can melt the strongest of defenses.
    smile can make you more attractive as a person and thus can win you friends and influence people positively. It is a powerful tool for good public relations. People will always notice a nice, warm, friendly smile – and even if you have facial features that are not so winning, a smile can overcome the negative effects of those that let you down.
    Now to the recipient of a smile. A smile can quite simply make a person’s day. Smiles are signals that you are somebody others are pleased to see and that they are responding favourably to you. Many people get lots of negative input every day – so a smile can warm a soul that’s feeling decidedly chilled and barren for want of human warmth and comfort.
    A smile can be like the sun breaking through the clouds on a dismal day. It can restore a person’s faith in their own value and the bigger picture of their world. A smile can make them feel that things might even be getting better. It may well make somebody who’s depressed to the point of contemplating suicide decide to give life another go for at least one more day. Enough smiles may give them the incentive to do something even more positive that could potentially improve their outlook on life considerably.
    A smile can chase away gloom and spread sunshine all around. The smile on a warm, friendly face appearing amongst a group of lonely people in a nursing home, for instance, can bring a light into sad, lifeless eyes. The smile of a baby or child is particularly delightful, irresistible and contagious. Who has not experienced the pure pleasure of receiving a radiant smile from one so fresh from heaven? Many a harried mother, physically, mentally and emotionally worn to a frazzle, has had her spirits restored by the beaming smile of her baby.
    I remember when my son was a newborn, he seemed to spend so much time crying in the first six weeks of his life. My first baby had suffered extensive brain damage in the course of her birth. As a result she had never been able to give us a big toothless grin. We saw the pleasure on her face and the light in her eyes – but how I longed for her to be able to smile at me.

    Abdel rahman mustafa

    – Central — The two upper and two lower teeth in the very center of the mouth.

    – Lateral — The teeth adjacent to the centrals.

    – Cusped — The pointy teeth behind the laterals; these teeth have one cuspal, or point. Cuspids are also called canines.

    – First Bicuspid — The teeth behind the cuspids. These teeth have two cuspals, or points.

    – Second Bicuspid — The teeth behind the first bicuspids. These teeth have two cuspals, or points.

    – First Molar — The teeth behind the second bicuspids. These teeth also have a level surface with four cuspals or points.

    – Second Molar — The teeth behind the first molars. These teeth also have a flat service with four cuspals.

    – Third Molar — The teeth behind the second molars. These teeth also have a level surface with four cuspals.

    – Incisor — Another name for the centrals and laterals.

    – Canine — Another name for the cuspids.

    – 6-Year Molar — Another name for the first molar.

    – 12-Year Molar — Another name for the second molar.

    – Wisdom Teeth — Another name for the third molar.

    – Anterior Teeth — The centrals, laterals and cuspids — the teeth in the front of the mouth.

    – Posterior Teeth — The bicuspids and molars — the teeth in the back of the mouth.

    – Deciduous Teeth — The primary, or “baby teeth” — the first set of teeth to erupt.

    – Secondary Teeth — The permanent or second group of teeth to erupt.

  34. ahmed altigani Says:

    i think about right to day that is no problems with that because some time may the patient in coma and that mean he may stay like that for a log time and that is cost too much of money to take care about him so many of medicine tools like a ECG and ECHO and and >>>>>
    and i want all people that they say no for ( rights to day ) this is not killing this is the patient right because he suffering and he got the all right to day a genitally .

    the marijuana it is a really dangerous for health ya we know that is marijuana is works like a pain killer for that people who suffering from a dangerous disease like HIV or CANCER here we need to talk about if we can buy marijuana in a pharmacy like other pain killers or no
    in my opinion i think that is big wrong because any one after that can buy it and take a medical report that tell the police ,he is sick and he got it like a cure for him .

  35. esra alsir alkahir Says:

    There are three types of plague
    bubonic
    Pneumonic
    Septicemic
    Is an infectious disease is spreading rapidly and can cause death when the medical neglect
    Transmitted microbes to humans through the bite of infected animals such as mice or through and
    Bites by fleas living on the bodies of infected animals or from another person

  36. esra alsir alkahir Says:

    There are three types of plague
    bubonic
    Pneumonic
    Septicemic
    Is an infectious disease is spreading rapidly and can cause death when the medical neglect
    Transmitted microbes to humans through the bite of infected animals such as mice or through and
    Bites by fleas living on the bodies of infected animals or from

  37. esra alsir alkahir Says:

    There are three types of plague
    bubonic
    Pneumonic
    Septicemic
    Is an infectious disease is spreading rapidly and can cause death when the medical neglect
    Transmitted microbes to humans through the bite of infected animals such as mice or through and
    Bites by fleas living on the bodies of infected animals

  38. Mawada abd alhai Says:

    Types of Plague:-

    1- The kind that affects the lymph nodes bubonic plague
    2-The kind that affects the lungs Pneumonic plague
    3-Type Altzmmi Septicemic plague
    Signs and symptoms of plague:-
    1-High heat
    2-Headache
    3-General weakness
    Treatment of plague:-
    Multi-drug therapy includes the most important antibiotics
    Naming the Black Death

  39. sohibmohammed Says:

    PLAGUE
    In humans plague occurs in three forms bubonic plague pneumonic plague and septicemia plague Bubonic plague is transmitted by the bite of any of numerous in that normally live as parasites on rats and mice
    symptoms first develop the purple color which appears in all plague victims during their last hours is due to respiratory failure; the popular name Black Death that is applied to the disease is derived from this symptom

  40. mohammed kamal Says:

    PLAGUE
    In humans plague occurs in three forms bubonic plague pneumonic plague and septicemia plague Bubonic plague is transmitted by the bite of any of numerous in that normally live as parasites on rats and mice
    symptoms first develop the purple color which appears in all plague victims during their last hours is due to respiratory failure; the popular name Black Death that is applied to the disease is derived from this symptom

  41. Shemaa Mohamed Elhossen Says:

    Shemaa Mohammed Elhossen
    MIS:
    The plagues have three type:
    The first is. Bubonic; inflamed lymph nodes, second is pneumonic it the lunge is infection ,last type is septicemic is infection of the blood the popular name of plague is black death.

  42. Shemaa Mohamed Elhossen Says:

    MIS
    Medical terminology
    EX NO {5}
    Translation{English to Arabic}:
    1. الابر الصينية تعمل بطريقة مدهشة لذهاب الالم
    2. واحد من العلوم الحديثة توضح الابر الصينية و طريقة مساعدتها لنا و فهم تأثيرها على الجهاز العصبي الذي يبعث مواد كيميائيه للعضلات المخ ,السلسلة الفقرية
    3. الابر الصينية تتلازم مع الامراض الخطيرة

  43. salwa hurry (MIS) Says:

    There are three types of plague
    bubonic
    Pneumonic
    Septicemic
    Is an infectious disease is spreading rapidly and can cause death when the medical neglectsymptoms first develop the purple color which appears in all plague victims during their last hours is due to respiratory failure; the popular name Black Death that is applied to the disease is derived from this symptom

  44. Mawada abd alhai Says:

    specific defense system
    also called adaptive immunity the specific defense system provides the third line of defense against pathogens. this system is commonly known as the immune system.
    محددة نظام الدفاع
    كما دعا الحصانة التكيف المحددة نظام الدفاع يوفر خط الدفاع الثالث لمكافحة مسببات الأمراض. هذا النظام المعروف باسم نظام المناعة.
    third line of defense
    this is more specialized than the previous lines as it provides particular defenses for different pathogens and it remembers those that it has encountered before. there are two types of specific defense mechanism:
    humoral which produces antibodies (proteins that attack foreign proteins in the body) and cellular which uses specialized white blood cells to attack invaders.
    خط الدفاع الثالث
    هذا هو أكثر تخصصا من الأسطر السابقة ، حيث أنه يوفر دفاعات خاصة بالنسبة للمسببات الأمراض المختلفة ، وأنه يتذكر تلك التي واجهتها من قبل. هناك نوعان من آلية محددة للدفاع :
    الخلطية التي تنتج الأجسام المضادة (البروتينات التي البروتينات هجوم شنه أجانب في الجسم) والخليوي والذي يستخدم المتخصصة خلايا الدم البيضاء للهجوم على الغزاة.

  45. abed almotal mhgob Says:

    specific defense system
    also called adaptive immunity the specific defense system provides the third line of defense against pathogens. this system is commonly known as the immune system.
    محددة نظام الدفاع
    كما دعا الحصانة التكيف المحددة نظام الدفاع يوفر خط الدفاع الثالث لمكافحة مسببات الأمراض. هذا النظام المعروف باسم نظام المناعة.
    third line of defense
    this is more specialized than the previous lines as it provides particular defenses for different pathogens and it remembers those that it has encountered before. there are two types of specific defense mechanism:
    humoral which produces antibodies (proteins that attack foreign proteins in the body) and cellular which uses specialized white blood cells to attack invaders.
    خط الدفاع الثالث
    هذا هو أكثر تخصصا من الأسطر السابقة ، حيث أنه يوفر دفاعات خاصة بالنسبة للمسببات الأمراض المختلفة ، وأنه يتذكر تلك التي واجهتها من قبل. هناك نوعان من آلية محددة للدفاع :
    الخلطية التي تنتج الأجسام المضادة (البروتينات التي البروتينات هجوم شنه أجانب في الجسم) والخليوي والذي يستخدم المتخصصة خلايا الدم البيضاء للهجوم على الغزاة.

  46. esraa alsir Says:

    specific defense system
    also called adaptive immunity the specific defense system provides the third line of defense against pathogens. this system is commonly known as the immune system.
    محددة نظام الدفاع
    كما دعا الحصانة التكيف المحددة نظام الدفاع يوفر خط الدفاع الثالث لمكافحة مسببات الأمراض. هذا النظام المعروف باسم نظام المناعة.
    third line of defense
    this is more specialized than the previous lines as it provides particular defenses for different pathogens and it remembers those that it has encountered before. there are two types of specific defense mechanism:
    humoral which produces antibodies (proteins that attack foreign proteins in the body) and cellular which uses specialized white blood cells to attack invaders.
    خط الدفاع الثالث
    هذا هو أكثر تخصصا من الأسطر السابقة ، حيث أنه يوفر دفاعات خاصة بالنسبة للمسببات الأمراض المختلفة ، وأنه يتذكر تلك التي واجهتها من قبل. هناك نوعان من آلية محددة للدفاع :
    الخلطية التي تنتج الأجسام المضادة (البروتينات التي البروتينات هجوم شنه أجانب في الجسم) والخليوي والذي يستخدم المتخصصة خلايا الدم البيضاء للهجوم على الغزاة.

  47. salwa hurry Says:

    Human Body on file physiology:-
    The immune and defense systems Procter and defense the bode against pathogens (disease causing organisms ) and other harm full substance. And also involved in the response :-
    Non specific:-(not aimed at particular harm full substance ).1
    2-specific :-(aimed at particular harm full substance).
    The lymphatic systems is also involved in the immune.

    يحتوي جسم الإنسان على ملف الفيزيولوجيا : —
    والمناعة ، وأنظمة الدفاع بروكتر والدفاع ويبشر ضد مسببات الأمراض (الكائنات المسببة للأمراض) وغيرها من ضرر مادة كاملة. وتشارك أيضا في الرد : —
    غير محددة :-لا يهدف الى مادة معينة الضرر الكامل
    محددة تهدف إلى مادة معينة الضرر الكامل
    نظم اللمفاوية كما تشارك في الجهاز المناعي
    .
    specific defense system
    also called adaptive immunity the specific defense system provides the third line of defense against pathogens. this system is commonly known as the immune system.
    محددة نظام الدفاع
    كما دعا الحصانة التكيف المحددة نظام الدفاع يوفر خط الدفاع الثالث لمكافحة مسببات الأمراض. هذا النظام المعروف باسم نظام المناعة.

  48. Shemaa Mohamed Elhossen Says:

    the immune and defense systems protect and defend the body against pathogens (diseas causing organisms) and other harmful substances and are also involved in the response to transplaned tissues and organs they canنظم الدفاع المناعي وحماية والدفاع عن الجسم ضد الجراثيم (الكائنات الحية المسببة للامراض وغيرها من المواد الضارة ، وتشارك أيضا في الرد على الأنسجة والأعضاء هم transplaned يمكن التمييز فيها بين complementery be divide into two complementery

  49. mawada abd alhai Says:

    Khartoum
    City of Khartoum is the capital of Sudan, Khartoum State is located at the confluence of the White Nile, Blue Nile. The city has an international airport called the Khartoum International Airport. Khartoum has seen steady growth since its inception, the doubling of the population 70 times in the period between 1900 and 1990; where the number of population 3,6 million after it was 50 thousand people. Despite the great increase in the capital resulting from natural increase and migration; but that migration played a crucial role in the growing population. Khartoum has seen its biggest trends of human migration in modern history; especially in the last decade (1983 – 1993 AD). Of the main reasons that helped the flow of immigrants in such large numbers of drought and famine in western Sudan and the civil war in the south of the country. This is in addition to the imbalance in regional development, which required the country since the beginning of the twentieth century.

  50. amar adem (mis) Says:

    النظام الدفاع الغير محدد
    دعافطرىايضا عزية تزودمناعة هذا النظام الخطوط الاولى والثانية للدفاع ضد الاسباب المرضية
    سطر اول من دفاع هذا يهدف لايف اسباب الغذو المرضية ش من دخول الحسم هو مجهذ با لموانع ال الدخول مثل
    الجلد
    الاغشية المخاطية بطانات عضو التى تحتوى على معدن كمياويئة
    نحو يضعية واليات دومعى
    دفاعات خلوية استعمل يبلغ خلايا
    دفاعات كيمائية اتعمل البروتين
    نظام الدفاع المعين
    دعت مناعة ايضا الخط الثالث للدفاع ضد الاساب المرضية هذا النظام معروفة باجسم النظام المناعة
    الخط الثالث هذا اكثر تخصصا من الخطوطالسابقة كما تذود دفاعا معنيا للاسباب المرضية المختلفة وهى تتزكر تللك بان صادفت قبل ذللك هناك انواع سحب الية الفاع المعنية

  51. mohammed kamal Says:

    نظام الدفاعِ المعيّنِ
    دَعتْ مناعةُ تكيفيةُ أيضاً، نظام الدفاعِ المعيّنِ الذي الخَطِّ الثالثِ للدفاعِ ضدّ الأسباب المرضية. هذا النظامِ مَعرُوف بِإسمِ نظامِ المناعة.
    الخَطّ الثالث للدفاعِ
    هذه أكثرُ تَخَصُّصاً مِنْ الخطوطِ السابقةِ كما تُزوّدُ دفاعاتَ معيّنةَ للأسباب المرضية المختلفةِ وهي “تَتذكّرَ” تلك بأنّ صادفتْ قبل ذلك. هناك إثنان مِنْ أنواعِ آليةِ الدفاع المعينة:
    أنا هزلي، الذي أُنتجُ الأجسام المضادةَ (بروتين ذلك بروتينِ هجومِ الأجنبيِ في الجسمِ)؛ و
    جْي خلوي، الذي تَخصّصتْ الإستعمالاتَ خلايا دمِّ بيضاءِ لمُهَاجَمَة المحتلين.

  52. sohib Says:

    يحتوي جسم الإنسان على ملف الفيزيولوجيا : –
    والمناعة ، وأنظمة الدفاع بروكتر والدفاع ويبشر ضد مسببات الأمراض (الكائنات المسببة للأمراض) وغيرها من ضرر مادة كاملة. وتشارك أيضا في الرددعت مناعة ايضا الخط الثالث للدفاع ضد الاساب المرضية هذا النظام معروفة باجسم النظام المناعة
    الخط الثالث هذا اكثر تخصصا من الخطوطالسابقة كما تذود دفاعا معنيا للاسباب المرضية المختلفة وهى تتزكر تللك بان صادفت قبل ذللك هناك انواع سحب الية الفاع المعنية

  53. salma saleh Says:

    أول خط دفاع
    ويهدف هذا النموذج إلى غزو الجراثيم التي تدخل الجسم فإنه يتم توفيرها من قبل الحواجز أمام دخول مثل
    باء الجلد
    جيم الجهاز الأغشية المخاطية المبطنة التي تفرز سائل لزج كثيف
    مد جسدي السوائل مثل اللعاب والدموع وه إفراز مادة كيميائية مثل حمض المعدة الثانية من خط الدفاع
    هذا يهدف الى وقف انتشار العوامل الممرضة التي تتمكن من عبور الخط الأول يشمل
    واو الملتهبة وآليات الاستجابة حمى ز دفاعات الخلوية باستخدام البالعات – تجتاح الخلية ومشلول — الخلايا الطبيعية القاتلة والدفاعات الكيماوية ح باستخدام الانترفيرون البروتينات وتكمل
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  54. salma saleh Says:

    A carbohydrate is an organic compound with the general formula Cm(H2O)n, that is, consists only of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen, the last two in the 2:1 atom ratio. Carbohydrates can be viewed as hydrates of carbon, hence their name.

    The term is most common in biochemistry, where it is a synonym of saccharide. The carbohydrates (saccharides) are divided into four chemical groupings: monosaccharides, disaccharides, oligosaccharides, and polysaccharides. In general, the monosaccharides and disaccharides, which are smaller (lower molecular weight) carbohydrates, are commonly referred to as sugars.[1] The word saccharide comes from the Greek word σάκχαρον (sákcharon), meaning “sugar”. While the scientific nomenclature of carbohydrates is complex, the names of the monosaccharides and disaccharides very often end in the suffix -ose. For example, blood sugar is the monosaccharide glucose, table sugar is the disaccharide sucrose, and milk sugar is the disaccharide lactose (see illustration).

    Carbohydrates perform numerous roles in living things. Polysaccharides serve for the storage of energy (e.g., starch and glycogen) and as structural components (e.g., cellulose in plants and chitin in arthropods). The 5-carbon monosaccharide ribose is an important component of coenzymes (e.g., ATP, FAD, and NAD) and the backbone of the genetic molecule known as RNA. The related deoxyribose is a component of DNA. Saccharides and their derivatives include many other important biomolecules that play key roles in the immune system, fertilization, pathogenesis, blood clotting, and development.[2]

    In food science and in many informal contexts, the term carbohydrate often means any food that is particularly rich in starch (such as cereals, bread and pasta) or sugar (such as candy, jams and desserts).

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    s. s. s. mis mtr Says:

    January 21, 2010 at 6:01 am | Reply
    ]شاهيناس شيخ شريف – MIS – mtr

    1- A
    2- B
    3- 3

    1- The MIS programme is really nice.

    samah sameer (mis) Says:

    January 21, 2010 at 11:08 am | Reply
    Samah sameer (mis)
    UN says that more than nine hundred millions people worldwide do not have enough food. .Officials says that one hundred million more could go hungry this year because of the food, fuel and financial crises. To deal with the situation, World Food Program has launched a project to help small farmers.
    .Many cannot produce enough food even to feed and support their own families. The new effort is called purchase for progress, (P4P) it aims to connect local farmers with dependable markets. Benefits they could get are the chance to sell their surplus at competitive prices.

    AmAr adem Says:

    January 25, 2010 at 11:34 am | Reply
    U.N thet says more than nine hundred milion people worlduide don,t have enough to eat officials the food full and financial crises world food program has launched thes farmers are mainly women and support thir families or (P4P) itaims to conneatlocal with markets;that may astuenty one countries during the next five years

    samah sameer (MIS) Says:

    January 27, 2010 at 11:25 am | Reply
    PREFIX: extra-articular
    ex-trovert
    eu-nuchoid
    eti-ology
    est-iration
    SUFFIX: galactago-gus
    podag-ra
    dysap-hia
    incipi-ent
    cranioc-last

    mohammed kamal(mis) Says:

    January 27, 2010 at 7:01 pm | Reply
    Suffixes prefixes
    Ectomy brady
    Crine hemi
    Derma hyper
    Blast contra
    cytosis brachy

    salwahurry(mis) Says:

    February 6, 2010 at 1:54 pm | Reply
    Samaras:-( aims to fight )- Unsay:many people have alitte food. he have program to hel this farmers and support families by dependable market.

    salwahurry(mis) Says:

    February 6, 2010 at 2:25 pm | Reply
    Prefix:-
    1-hypothermia lees of heat
    2-endocarditic inner inflammation
    3-micro stoma Abnormal small mouth
    4-mayo cardiac inflammation muscle
    5-per carditic outer layer inflammation

    Suffix:-
    1-cyanogen low forgone
    2-tonsillectomy remove the tones

    samah sameer Says:

    February 14, 2010 at 10:09 am | Reply
    Carbohydrate
    It is an organic compound with general formula Cm(H2O)n, (ie consists of only of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.The last two are in the 2:1 ratio. Carbohydrates can be viewed as hydrates of carbon.The term is most used in biochemistry, where it is another word for saccharide.When we are talking of saccharides, the carbohydrates can be divided into four chemical groups.They are :
    1.monosaccharides
    2.disaccharide
    3.oligosaccharide
    4.polysaccharide.
    In general, the monosaccharides and disaccharides are smaller (lower molecular weight) carbohydrates and they are commonly referred to as sugars.The word saccharide comes from the Greek word σάκχαρον (sákcharon), meaning “sugar”. While the scientific nomenclature of carbohydrates is complicated, the names of the monosaccharides and disaccharides very often end in the suffix -ose. For example, blood sugar is the monosaccharide glucose, table sugar is the disaccharide sucrose, and milk sugar is the disaccharide lactose.Carbohydrates have many functions in living things. Polysaccharides are a storage of energy (e.g., starch and glycogen) and a structural components (e.g., cellulose in plants and chitin in arthropods). The 5-carbon monosaccharide ribose is an important component of coenzymes (e.g., ATP, FAD, and NAD) and the backbone of the genetic molecule known as RNA. The related deoxyribose is a component of DNA. Saccharides and their derivatives include many other important biomolecules that play key roles in the immune system, fertilization, pathogenesis, blood clotting, and development.
    Proteins
    Proteins (also known as polypeptides) are organic compounds made of amino acids arranged in a linear chain and folded into a globular form. The amino acids in a polymer are joined together by the peptide bonds between the carboxyl and amino groups of adjacent amino acid residues. The sequence of amino acids in a protein is defined by the sequence of a gene, which is encoded in the genetic code.In general, the genetic code specifies 20 standard amino acids; however, in certain organisms the genetic code can include selenocysteine—and in certain archaea—pyrrolysine. Shortly after or even during synthesis, the residues in a protein are often chemically modified by post-translational modification, which alters the physical and chemical properties, folding, stability, activity, and ultimately, the function of the proteins. Proteins can also work together to achieve a particular function, and they often associate to form stable complexes.
    Minerals
    Minerals are inorganic elements which are utilized as structural components of tissue and cellular compounds, as catalysts for enzyme activity, and to maintain normal osmotic and electrochemical gradients that support neuromuscular activity and cell membrane transport activity. Mineral elements may be required in small amounts (milligrams) or in trace amounts (micrograms). Like other biological macromolecules such as polysaccharides and nucleic acids, proteins are essential parts of organisms and participate in virtually every process within cells. Many proteins are enzymes that catalyze biochemical reactions and are vital to metabolism. Proteins also have structural or mechanical functions, such as actin and myosin in muscle and the proteins in the cytoskeleton, which form a system of scaffolding that maintains cell shape. Other proteins are important in cell signaling, immune responses, cell adhesion, and the cell cycle. Proteins are also necessary in animals’ diets, since animals cannot synthesize all the amino acids they need and must obtain essential amino acids from food. Through the process of digestion, animals break down ingested protein into free amino acids that are then used in metabolism.
    Fats
    Fats are organic compounds that are made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. They are a source of energy in foods. Fats belong to a group of substances called lipids, and come in liquid or solid form. All fats are combinations of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids.Fat is one of the 3 nutrients (along with protein and carbohydrates) that supply calories to the body. Fat provides 9 calories per gram, more than twice the number provided by carbohydrates or protein.Fat is essential for the proper functioning of the body. Fats provide essential fatty acids, which are not made by the body and must be obtained from food. The essential fatty acids are linoleic and linolenic acid. They are important for controlling inflammation, blood clotting, and brain development.
    Fat serves as the storage substance for the body’s extra calories. It fills the fat cells (adipose tissue) that help insulate the body. Fats are also an important energy source. When the body has used up the calories from carbohydrates, which occurs after the first 20 minutes of exercise, it begins to depend on the calories from fat.Healthy skin and hair are maintained by fat. Fat helps the body absorb and move the vitamins A, D, E, and K through the bloodstream.

    amar adem [mis 1] Says:

    February 14, 2010 at 11:17 am | Reply
    corb hydrats
    apipe in astret form which waercan betaken form put ing out fires streatcleetning

    portein
    in asubstance foundin food such as meat fish and beans it is important and beans it is important forhelping people and animals sto grow and be healthy
    minerals
    minerals is natural substance stane suchas coal salt oil etc ese pecially one that is dug out of the ground for people to use acountry richin minerals
    fats
    greay substanceunder the skins of amimals and people dont like meat with too much fat anit thead JECTIVEIS FATY

    Amar Adam Says:

    February 14, 2010 at 1:05 pm | Reply
    ospitals on their environments
    Health promoting hospitals [h p h] is concpetfor hospital development that duilds
    Pon the health promotion concept of the wit ot tawa charte for health where the reorientation of health care services is consid eredas as ane of five major action areas foran overall development the health promoting hospital functions these include tre
    Health promting hospital setting health as an advocate and change agent for health promation in its concept

    Eman Mohamad Ali Says:

    February 15, 2010 at 10:54 am | Reply
    One of big job’s agency “Qurtoba Recruitment & Training Services” recently open for job vacancy in the medical sector, especially for the Nurses who want to work under their company. Qurtoba Recruitment & Training Services in partnership with the National Council Technical and Technological Education, with great pleasure present the first ever physical and virtual job fair in Sudan.

    In order to fulfill one of their clients (private hospital) in the country of Sudan, they are looking for or open a job recruitment for the Nurses to join with them and work as full time shift. The nurses should have 3 to 5 years experienced in the hospital.

    Salary for the nurses are variable (negotiation), depend on years of experience and also specialization skill of nurse profession. Some reward and benefit will be given to the nurses in the end of years. Annual leave, hostel and others accommodation available.

    Job description for the nurses :

    The nurses able to work independently during implements the nursing process with patients/clients including carrying out physicians orders regarding diet, medication and treatment; performs assessments; changes dressings.

    The nurses should be monitors and ensures quality care through observation and evaluation; reports on physiological and mental health status of patients/clients; documents nursing interventions on medical records.

    Distributes and maintains records of controlled drugs and insures their security; maintains records and makes reports base on nursing care plan procedure and understanding of health/mental health issues.

    The nurses should be responds to the emergencies cases; maintains availability of medications and supplies; ensures cleanliness of equipment and environment; may participate as a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team in the assessment, development, implementation and evaluation of patients/clients treatment; may participate in outpatient clinics and assist in physical examinations; may administer routine tests

    Bachelor Degree in General Nursing and Midwife who interest to work in Sudan, they can contact : Amarat – Street 41 – Next to Elenaya Hospital – Mohamed Najeeb Street
    Tel: 0914148931 – 0916079580 – 0120811733. Or send the CV to the email : Info@qurtobasd.com.

    Only those in shortlist will be contact by them to work as staff nurse (Bachelor’s degree/higher diploma) in the private hospital – Sudan. The nurses recruitment available for July 2009 on the Qurtoba Recruitment & Training Services

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    esra alsir alkahir Says:

    March 10, 2010 at 10:59 am | Reply
    There are three types of plague
    bubonic
    Pneumonic
    Septicemic
    Is an infectious disease is spreading rapidly and can cause death when the medical neglect
    Transmitted microbes to humans through the bite of infected animals such as mice or through and
    Bites by fleas living on the bodies of infected animals or from another person

    esra alsir alkahir Says:

    March 10, 2010 at 11:15 am | Reply
    There are three types of plague
    bubonic
    Pneumonic
    Septicemic
    Is an infectious disease is spreading rapidly and can cause death when the medical neglect
    Transmitted microbes to humans through the bite of infected animals such as mice or through and
    Bites by fleas living on the bodies of infected animals or from

    esra alsir alkahir Says:

    March 10, 2010 at 11:17 am | Reply
    There are three types of plague
    bubonic
    Pneumonic
    Septicemic
    Is an infectious disease is spreading rapidly and can cause death when the medical neglect
    Transmitted microbes to humans through the bite of infected animals such as mice or through and
    Bites by fleas living on the bodies of infected animals

    Mawada abd alhai Says:

    March 10, 2010 at 11:18 am | Reply
    Types of Plague:-

    1- The kind that affects the lymph nodes bubonic plague
    2-The kind that affects the lungs Pneumonic plague
    3-Type Altzmmi Septicemic plague
    Signs and symptoms of plague:-
    1-High heat
    2-Headache
    3-General weakness
    Treatment of plague:-
    Multi-drug therapy includes the most important antibiotics
    Naming the Black Death

    sohibmohammed Says:

    March 10, 2010 at 11:34 am | Reply
    PLAGUE
    In humans plague occurs in three forms bubonic plague pneumonic plague and septicemia plague Bubonic plague is transmitted by the bite of any of numerous in that normally live as parasites on rats and mice
    symptoms first develop the purple color which appears in all plague victims during their last hours is due to respiratory failure; the popular name Black Death that is applied to the disease is derived from this symptom

    mohammed kamal Says:

    March 10, 2010 at 11:36 am | Reply
    PLAGUE
    In humans plague occurs in three forms bubonic plague pneumonic plague and septicemia plague Bubonic plague is transmitted by the bite of any of numerous in that normally live as parasites on rats and mice
    symptoms first develop the purple color which appears in all plague victims during their last hours is due to respiratory failure; the popular name Black Death that is applied to the disease is derived from this symptom

    Shemaa Mohamed Elhossen Says:

    March 15, 2010 at 2:55 pm | Reply
    Shemaa Mohammed Elhossen
    MIS:
    The plagues have three type:
    The first is. Bubonic; inflamed lymph nodes, second is pneumonic it the lunge is infection ,last type is septicemic is infection of the blood the popular name of plague is black death.

    Shemaa Mohamed Elhossen Says:

    March 18, 2010 at 4:50 am | Reply
    MIS
    Medical terminology
    EX NO {5}
    Translation{English to Arabic}:
    1. الابر الصينية تعمل بطريقة مدهشة لذهاب الالم
    2. واحد من العلوم الحديثة توضح الابر الصينية و طريقة مساعدتها لنا و فهم تأثيرها على الجهاز العصبي الذي يبعث مواد كيميائيه للعضلات المخ ,السلسلة الفقرية
    3. الابر الصينية تتلازم مع الامراض الخطيرة

    salwa hurry (MIS) Says:

    March 24, 2010 at 10:21 am | Reply
    There are three types of plague
    bubonic
    Pneumonic
    Septicemic
    Is an infectious disease is spreading rapidly and can cause death when the medical neglectsymptoms first develop the purple color which appears in all plague victims during their last hours is due to respiratory failure; the popular name Black Death that is applied to the disease is derived from this symptom

    Mawada abd alhai Says:

    March 24, 2010 at 10:57 am | Reply
    specific defense system
    also called adaptive immunity the specific defense system provides the third line of defense against pathogens. this system is commonly known as the immune system.
    محددة نظام الدفاع
    كما دعا الحصانة التكيف المحددة نظام الدفاع يوفر خط الدفاع الثالث لمكافحة مسببات الأمراض. هذا النظام المعروف باسم نظام المناعة.
    third line of defense
    this is more specialized than the previous lines as it provides particular defenses for different pathogens and it remembers those that it has encountered before. there are two types of specific defense mechanism:
    humoral which produces antibodies (proteins that attack foreign proteins in the body) and cellular which uses specialized white blood cells to attack invaders.
    خط الدفاع الثالث
    هذا هو أكثر تخصصا من الأسطر السابقة ، حيث أنه يوفر دفاعات خاصة بالنسبة للمسببات الأمراض المختلفة ، وأنه يتذكر تلك التي واجهتها من قبل. هناك نوعان من آلية محددة للدفاع :
    الخلطية التي تنتج الأجسام المضادة (البروتينات التي البروتينات هجوم شنه أجانب في الجسم) والخليوي والذي يستخدم المتخصصة خلايا الدم البيضاء للهجوم على الغزاة.

    abed almotal mhgob Says:

    March 24, 2010 at 1:13 pm | Reply
    specific defense system
    also called adaptive immunity the specific defense system provides the third line of defense against pathogens. this system is commonly known as the immune system.
    محددة نظام الدفاع
    كما دعا الحصانة التكيف المحددة نظام الدفاع يوفر خط الدفاع الثالث لمكافحة مسببات الأمراض. هذا النظام المعروف باسم نظام المناعة.
    third line of defense
    this is more specialized than the previous lines as it provides particular defenses for different pathogens and it remembers those that it has encountered before. there are two types of specific defense mechanism:
    humoral which produces antibodies (proteins that attack foreign proteins in the body) and cellular which uses specialized white blood cells to attack invaders.
    خط الدفاع الثالث
    هذا هو أكثر تخصصا من الأسطر السابقة ، حيث أنه يوفر دفاعات خاصة بالنسبة للمسببات الأمراض المختلفة ، وأنه يتذكر تلك التي واجهتها من قبل. هناك نوعان من آلية محددة للدفاع :
    الخلطية التي تنتج الأجسام المضادة (البروتينات التي البروتينات هجوم شنه أجانب في الجسم) والخليوي والذي يستخدم المتخصصة خلايا الدم البيضاء للهجوم على الغزاة.

    esraa alsir Says:

    March 24, 2010 at 1:15 pm | Reply
    specific defense system
    also called adaptive immunity the specific defense system provides the third line of defense against pathogens. this system is commonly known as the immune system.
    محددة نظام الدفاع
    كما دعا الحصانة التكيف المحددة نظام الدفاع يوفر خط الدفاع الثالث لمكافحة مسببات الأمراض. هذا النظام المعروف باسم نظام المناعة.
    third line of defense
    this is more specialized than the previous lines as it provides particular defenses for different pathogens and it remembers those that it has encountered before. there are two types of specific defense mechanism:
    humoral which produces antibodies (proteins that attack foreign proteins in the body) and cellular which uses specialized white blood cells to attack invaders.
    خط الدفاع الثالث
    هذا هو أكثر تخصصا من الأسطر السابقة ، حيث أنه يوفر دفاعات خاصة بالنسبة للمسببات الأمراض المختلفة ، وأنه يتذكر تلك التي واجهتها من قبل. هناك نوعان من آلية محددة للدفاع :
    الخلطية التي تنتج الأجسام المضادة (البروتينات التي البروتينات هجوم شنه أجانب في الجسم) والخليوي والذي يستخدم المتخصصة خلايا الدم البيضاء للهجوم على الغزاة.

    salwa hurry Says:

    March 24, 2010 at 1:56 pm | Reply
    Human Body on file physiology:-
    The immune and defense systems Procter and defense the bode against pathogens (disease causing organisms ) and other harm full substance. And also involved in the response :-
    Non specific:-(not aimed at particular harm full substance ).1
    2-specific aimed at particular harm full substance).
    The lymphatic systems is also involved in the immune.

    يحتوي جسم الإنسان على ملف الفيزيولوجيا : –
    والمناعة ، وأنظمة الدفاع بروكتر والدفاع ويبشر ضد مسببات الأمراض (الكائنات المسببة للأمراض) وغيرها من ضرر مادة كاملة. وتشارك أيضا في الرد : –
    غير محددة :-لا يهدف الى مادة معينة الضرر الكامل
    محددة تهدف إلى مادة معينة الضرر الكامل
    نظم اللمفاوية كما تشارك في الجهاز المناعي
    .
    specific defense system
    also called adaptive immunity the specific defense system provides the third line of defense against pathogens. this system is commonly known as the immune system.
    محددة نظام الدفاع
    كما دعا الحصانة التكيف المحددة نظام الدفاع يوفر خط الدفاع الثالث لمكافحة مسببات الأمراض. هذا النظام المعروف باسم نظام المناعة.

    Shemaa Mohamed Elhossen Says:

    March 24, 2010 at 8:20 pm | Reply
    the immune and defense systems protect and defend the body against pathogens (diseas causing organisms) and other harmful substances and are also involved in the response to transplaned tissues and organs they canنظم الدفاع المناعي وحماية والدفاع عن الجسم ضد الجراثيم (الكائنات الحية المسببة للامراض وغيرها من المواد الضارة ، وتشارك أيضا في الرد على الأنسجة والأعضاء هم transplaned يمكن التمييز فيها بين complementery be divide into two complementery

    mawada abd alhai Says:

    March 25, 2010 at 8:02 am | Reply
    Khartoum
    City of Khartoum is the capital of Sudan, Khartoum State is located at the confluence of the White Nile, Blue Nile. The city has an international airport called the Khartoum International Airport. Khartoum has seen steady growth since its inception, the doubling of the population 70 times in the period between 1900 and 1990; where the number of population 3,6 million after it was 50 thousand people. Despite the great increase in the capital resulting from natural increase and migration; but that migration played a crucial role in the growing population. Khartoum has seen its biggest trends of human migration in modern history; especially in the last decade (1983 – 1993 AD). Of the main reasons that helped the flow of immigrants in such large numbers of drought and famine in western Sudan and the civil war in the south of the country. This is in addition to the imbalance in regional development, which required the country since the beginning of the twentieth century.

    amar adem (mis) Says:

    March 25, 2010 at 8:50 am | Reply
    النظام الدفاع الغير محدد
    دعافطرىايضا عزية تزودمناعة هذا النظام الخطوط الاولى والثانية للدفاع ضد الاسباب المرضية
    سطر اول من دفاع هذا يهدف لايف اسباب الغذو المرضية ش من دخول الحسم هو مجهذ با لموانع ال الدخول مثل
    الجلد
    الاغشية المخاطية بطانات عضو التى تحتوى على معدن كمياويئة
    نحو يضعية واليات دومعى
    دفاعات خلوية استعمل يبلغ خلايا
    دفاعات كيمائية اتعمل البروتين
    نظام الدفاع المعين
    دعت مناعة ايضا الخط الثالث للدفاع ضد الاساب المرضية هذا النظام معروفة باجسم النظام المناعة
    الخط الثالث هذا اكثر تخصصا من الخطوطالسابقة كما تذود دفاعا معنيا للاسباب المرضية المختلفة وهى تتزكر تللك بان صادفت قبل ذللك هناك انواع سحب الية الفاع المعنية

    mohammed kamal Says:

    March 31, 2010 at 1:50 pm | Reply
    نظام الدفاعِ المعيّنِ
    دَعتْ مناعةُ تكيفيةُ أيضاً، نظام الدفاعِ المعيّنِ الذي الخَطِّ الثالثِ للدفاعِ ضدّ الأسباب المرضية. هذا النظامِ مَعرُوف بِإسمِ نظامِ المناعة.
    الخَطّ الثالث للدفاعِ
    هذه أكثرُ تَخَصُّصاً مِنْ الخطوطِ السابقةِ كما تُزوّدُ دفاعاتَ معيّنةَ للأسباب المرضية المختلفةِ وهي “تَتذكّرَ” تلك بأنّ صادفتْ قبل ذلك. هناك إثنان مِنْ أنواعِ آليةِ الدفاع المعينة:
    أنا هزلي، الذي أُنتجُ الأجسام المضادةَ (بروتين ذلك بروتينِ هجومِ الأجنبيِ في الجسمِ)؛ و
    جْي خلوي، الذي تَخصّصتْ الإستعمالاتَ خلايا دمِّ بيضاءِ لمُهَاجَمَة المحتلين.

    sohib Says:

    March 31, 2010 at 1:56 pm | Reply
    يحتوي جسم الإنسان على ملف الفيزيولوجيا : –
    والمناعة ، وأنظمة الدفاع بروكتر والدفاع ويبشر ضد مسببات الأمراض (الكائنات المسببة للأمراض) وغيرها من ضرر مادة كاملة. وتشارك أيضا في الرددعت مناعة ايضا الخط الثالث للدفاع ضد الاساب المرضية هذا النظام معروفة باجسم النظام المناعة
    الخط الثالث هذا اكثر تخصصا من الخطوطالسابقة كما تذود دفاعا معنيا للاسباب المرضية المختلفة وهى تتزكر تللك بان صادفت قبل ذللك هناك انواع سحب الية الفاع المعنية

    salma saleh Says:

    March 31, 2010 at 2:16 pm | Reply
    أول خط دفاع
    ويهدف هذا النموذج إلى غزو الجراثيم التي تدخل الجسم فإنه يتم توفيرها من قبل الحواجز أمام دخول مثل
    باء الجلد
    جيم الجهاز الأغشية المخاطية المبطنة التي تفرز سائل لزج كثيف
    مد جسدي السوائل مثل اللعاب والدموع وه إفراز مادة كيميائية مثل حمض المعدة الثانية من خط الدفاع
    هذا يهدف الى وقف انتشار العوامل الممرضة التي تتمكن من عبور الخط الأول يشمل
    واو الملتهبة وآليات الاستجابة حمى ز دفاعات الخلوية باستخدام البالعات – تجتاح الخلية ومشلول — الخلايا الطبيعية القاتلة والدفاعات الكيماوية ح باستخدام الانترفيرون البروتينات وتكمل
    Contribute a better translation

    salma saleh Says:

    March 31, 2010 at 2:24 pm | Reply
    A carbohydrate is an organic compound with the general formula Cm(H2O)n, that is, consists only of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen, the last two in the 2:1 atom ratio. Carbohydrates can be viewed as hydrates of carbon, hence their name.

    The term is most common in biochemistry, where it is a synonym of saccharide. The carbohydrates (saccharides) are divided into four chemical groupings: monosaccharides, disaccharides, oligosaccharides, and polysaccharides. In general, the monosaccharides and disaccharides, which are smaller (lower molecular weight) carbohydrates, are commonly referred to as sugars.[1] The word saccharide comes from the Greek word σάκχαρον (sákcharon), meaning “sugar”. While the scientific nomenclature of carbohydrates is complex, the names of the monosaccharides and disaccharides very often end in the suffix -ose. For example, blood sugar is the monosaccharide glucose, table sugar is the disaccharide sucrose, and milk sugar is the disaccharide lactose (see illustration).

    Carbohydrates perform numerous roles in living things. Polysaccharides serve for the storage of energy (e.g., starch and glycogen) and as structural components (e.g., cellulose in plants and chitin in arthropods). The 5-carbon monosaccharide ribose is an important component of coenzymes (e.g., ATP, FAD, and NAD) and the backbone of the genetic molecule known as RNA. The related deoxyribose is a component of DNA. Saccharides and their derivatives include many other important biomolecules that play key roles in the immune system, fertilization, pathogenesis, blood clotting, and development.[2]

    In food science and in many informal contexts, the term carbohydrate often means any food that is particularly rich in starch (such as cereals, bread and pasta) or sugar (such as candy, jams and desserts).

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  57. amar adam(1) Says:

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  58. sohib Says:

    If you live and particularly on whether or not you live in an English speaking community if you hear English spoken everyday and mix freely with English speaking people that is on the whole an advantage on the other hand it is often confusing set books or the text books you have chosen for intensive study read as many books in English

  59. mohammed kamal Says:

    if you have a family increases risk of heart high blood pressure the Cleveland clinic with coronary heart disease Indians total cholesterol is a major risk in insulin-intolerance agrees Dr. Harbans cardiologist at Batra heart institute healthy food .
    all cardiologists emphasise that modification is the key to preventing heart increase cardiovascular disease.

  60. osman almahl Says:

    how you can best improve your English you live and particularly an English speaking community with English speaking people advantage the other hand .
    to read a lot is essential the idea of listing and learning as many new words .it is extensive and not intensive reading that normally improves your English .

  61. sohib Says:

    If you have family history of heart attack and fear you Be next in line take heart diabetes high
    Cholesterol high blood pressure or Smoking reported Have to face An additional risk factors
    All cardiologists Emphasise that behavior modification is The key to preventing heart attacks
    You should know that oil is good for the heart

  62. mohammed kamal Says:

    You can best improve your English depends you live an English speaking community everyday and mix freely speaking people whole language, “poured” over you at once . Ideally step-by-step course should accompany the experience.
    The examination ‘set books’ for intensive study. It is extensive and not intensive your English .

  63. osman almahl Says:

    If you have afamily genetic redisposition heart aattacks risk factors diapetes blood ressure obesity researchers clinic that almost 90 coronary heart (CHD).
    indians however additional risk factors .
    high blood pressure or smoking, agrees dr .harpans wasir chief cardiologist .
    smoking cause of sudden cardiac .
    all cardiologists that bhaviour ,oil is good for the heart saturated fats (butter ic-cream)

  64. salwa hurry Says:

    To improve your English depends on live in an English speaking community .
    You hear and speaking every day and mix freely with English speaking people
    It also help agreat deal if you can easily get the sort of English books in which You are interested

  65. salwa hurry Says:

    To improve your English depends on live in an English speaking
    community .which You are interested
    Ideally step-by-step course should accompany the experience
    You hear and speaking every day and mix freely with English speaking people .

  66. fathia mohammed Says:

    To improve your English depends on live in an English speaking
    community .which You are interested
    Ideally step-by-step course should accompany the experience
    You hear and speaking every day and mix freely with English speaking people .

  67. salma saleh Says:

    To improve your English depends on live in an English speaking community .
    You hear and speaking every day and mix freely with English speaking people
    It also help agreat deal if you can easily get the sort of English books in which You are interested

  68. fathia mohammed Says:

    To improve your English depends on live in an English speaking
    community .which You are interested
    Ideally step-by-step course should accompany the experience
    You hear and speaking every day and mix freely with English speaking people .

  69. esra alsir Says:

    To improve your English depends on live in an English speaking
    community .which You are interested
    Ideally step-by-step course should accompany the experience
    You hear and speaking every day and mix freely with English speaking

  70. samah sameer Says:

    If you have a family history of heart attack and fear you”ll be next in line,take heart.Genetic predisposition increases risk of heart attacks just by 10-20 percent risk factors such as diabetes,high cholesterol high blood pressure, obesity and smoking.
    Researchers:at the cleveland Clinic reported that almost 90 percent of patients with coronary heart disease
    Indians,however,have to face an additional risk factore in the west” insulin-intolerance are a greater risk factor for indians says.
    Agrees Dr. Harbans wasir,Chief Cardiologist the have high bad cholesterol,low good (C)by eating healthy food losing weight and exercising
    Quitting smoking halves the risk of heart attack .You should know that oil is good for the heart saturated fasts(butter)are bad polyunsaturated oils(vegetable oils)are not so bad

  71. samah sameer Says:

    How you can best improve your English depends on where you live and particularly on whether or not you live in an English speaking community. with English speaking people an advantage. On the other hand,it is often confusing to have the whole language,poured over you at once . To read a lot is essential . the examination “set books” the idea of listing and learning as many new word.It is extensive and not intensive reading that normally helps you to get improves your English.

  72. fathia mohammed Says:

    To improve your English depends on live in an English speaking
    community .which You are interested
    Ideally step-by-step course should accompany the experience
    You hear and speaking every day and mix freely with English speaking people

  73. eman mohammad ali Says:

    The examination ‘set books’ for intensive study. It is extensive and not intensive your English .To improve your English depends on live in an English speaking community .You hear and speaking every day and mix freely with English speaking people
    It also help agreat deal if you can easily get the sort of English books in which You are interested

  74. Mawada abd alhai Says:

    To improve your English depends on live in an English speaking
    community .which You are interested
    Ideally step-by-step course should accompany the experience
    You hear and speaking every day and mix freely with English speaking people .

  75. Shemaa Mohamed Elhossen Says:

    1. The human can be improve English depends on :
    Community spoken v. good English and talking there every day
    On the other hand should lead up this experience for help .and get the interesting book
    2. The title is How to learning English.

  76. Rafaa Bashir Says:

    1. The human can be improve English depends on :
    Community spoken v. good English and talking there every day
    On the other hand should lead up this experience for help .and get the interesting book
    2. The title is How to learning English.

  77. Rafaa Bashir Says:

    Carbohydrate
    It is an organic compound with general formula Cm(H2O)n, (ie consists of only of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.The last two are in the 2:1 ratio. Carbohydrates can be viewed as hydrates of carbon.The term is most used in biochemistry, where it is another word for saccharide.When we are talking of saccharides, the carbohydrates can be divided into four chemical groups.They are :
    1.monosaccharides
    2.disaccharide
    3.oligosaccharide
    4.polysaccharides.
    In general, the mono saccharides and saccharides are smaller (lower molecular weight) carbohydrates and they are commonly referred to as sugars.The word saccharides comes from the Greek word σάκχαρον (Sharona), meaning “sugar”. While the scientific nomenclature of carbohydrates is complicated, the names of the mono saccharides and saccharides very often end in the suffix -ode. For example, blood sugar is the polysaccharides glucose, table sugar is the saccharides sucrose, and milk sugar is the saccharides lactose.Carbohydrates have many functions in living things. Polysaccharides are a storage of energy (e.g., starch and glycogen) and a structural components (e.g., cellulose in plants and chitin in arthropods). The 5-carbon polysaccharides ribosomes is an important component of co enzymes (e.g., ATP, FAD, and DNA) and the backbone of the genetic molecule known as RNA. The related ribosomes is a component of DNA. Saccharides and their derivatives include many other important bio molecules that play key roles in the immune system, fertilization, pathogenesis, blood clotting, and development.
    Proteins
    Proteins (also known as polypeptides) are organic compounds made of amino acids arranged in a linear chain and folded into a globular form. The amino acids in a polymer are joined together by the peptide bonds between the carbonyl and amino groups of adjacent amino acid residues. The sequence of amino acids in a protein is defined by the sequence of a gene, which is encoded in the genetic code.In general, the genetic code specifies 20 standard amino acids; however, in certain organisms the genetic code can include selenography—and in certain archaic—pyrolysis. Shortly after or even during synthesis, the residues in a protein are often chemically modified by post-translational modification, which alters the physical and chemical properties, folding, stability, activity, and ultimately, the function of the proteins. Proteins can also work together to achieve a particular function, and they often associate to form stable complexes.
    Minerals
    Minerals are inorganic elements which are utilized as structural components of tissue and cellular compounds, as catalysts for enzyme activity, and to maintain normal osmotic and electrochemical gradients that support intramuscular activity and cell membrane transport activity. Mineral elements may be required in small amounts (milligrams) or in trace amounts (micrograms). Like other biological macromolecules such as polysaccharides and nucleic acids, proteins are essential parts of organisms and participate in virtually every process within cells. Many proteins are enzymes that catalyze biochemical reactions and are vital to metabolism. Proteins also have structural or mechanical functions, such as action and myopic in muscle and the proteins in the exoskeleton, which form a system of scaffolding that maintains cell shape. Other proteins are important in cell signaling, immune responses, cell adhesion, and the cell cycle. Proteins are also necessary in animals’ diets, since animals cannot synthesize all the amino acids they need and must obtain essential amino acids from food. Through the process of digestion, animals break down ingested protein into free amino acids that are then used in metabolism.
    Fats
    Fats are organic compounds that are made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. They are a source of energy in foods. Fats belong to a group of substances called lipids, and come in liquid or solid form. All fats are combination’s of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids.Fat is one of the 3 nutrients (along with protein and carbohydrates) that supply calories to the body. Fat provides 9 calories per gram, more than twice the number provided by carbohydrates or protein.Fat is essential for the proper functioning of the body. Fats provide essential fatty acids, which are not made by the body and must be obtained from food. The essential fatty acids are linoleum and linoleum acid. They are important for controlling inflammation, blood clotting, and brain development.
    Fat serves as the storage substance for the body’s extra calories. It fills the fat cells (adipose tissue) that help insulate the body. Fats are also an important energy source. When the body has used up the calories from carbohydrates, which occurs after the first 20 minutes of exercise, it begins to depend on the calories from fat.Healthy skin and hair are maintained by fat. Fat helps the body absorb and move the vitamins A, D, E, and K through the bloodstream.

  78. Rafaa Bashir Says:

    the immune and defense systems protect and defend the body against pathogens (diseas causing organisms) and other harmful substances and are also involved in the response to transplaned tissues and organs they canنظم الدفاع المناعي وحماية والدفاع عن الجسم ضد الجراثيم (الكائنات الحية المسببة للامراض وغيرها من المواد الضارة ، وتشارك أيضا في الرد على الأنسجة والأعضاء هم transplaned يمكن التمييز فيها بين complementery be divide into two complementery

  79. Rafaa Bashir Says:

    Translation{English to Arabic}:
    1. الابر الصينية تعمل بطريقة مدهشة لذهاب الالم
    2. واحد من العلوم الحديثة توضح الابر الصينية و طريقة مساعدتها لنا و فهم تأثيرها على الجهاز العصبي الذي يبعث مواد كيميائيه للعضلات المخ ,السلسلة الفقرية
    3. الابر الصينية تتلازم مع الامراض الخطيرة

  80. Rafaa Bashir Says:

    The plagues have three type:
    The first is. Bubonic; inflamed lymph nodes, second is pneumonic it the lunge is infection ,last type is septicemic is infection of the blood the popular name of plague is black death.

  81. Rafaa Bashir Says:

    Answer:
    1. The protection of the body.
    2. Because insects carried microbes to their eyes.
    3. A
    4. C
    5. F
    6. N
    Hospital In Sudan
    The hospitals in Sudan it’s no more bad but it’s needed something of facilities like medical tools, good doctor in hospital.
    The major problem in Sudanese hospital the bad environment. the dirt in room pantion and bath rooms.
    We need in the Sudanese hospital good environment to keep pure air and should keep clean to protection our bodies and children add give use healthy care;from the diseases.

  82. Rafaa Bashir Says:

    1. Substance we needs for life and health ;found in[ food _bread, rise].
    2. Group of substance found in food [all meet].
    3. We needed to help body organ and found in food_vegetables .
    4. Group of supstance we needed for life and health we found in food such as[ white and red meet _and beens].

  83. Rafaa Bashir(Mis) Says:

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    The purpose of our trip to Werkok, Sudan was to continue the work on a new hospital. Keep in mind a hospital to them is nothing more than a metal, pole barn type structure. Anything that isn’t a mud hut(tukle) is quite impressive.

    The work completed so far was basically the metal structure, and most of the cement work. Concrete is a rare commodity in Southern Sudan. No components of concrete are found in South Sudan, with the exception of some sand, which is still an hours drive away from where we are, and requires ‘mining’ the sand out of the ground along the Nile river. Gravel, Lime, and other parts of concrete need to be shipped into the area. There are very few roads, and the roads are terrible. Gravel is the closest at about 200 miles away. But costs over $5,000 to have it shipped to our location. And all of these parts need to be mixed the old fashion way. With a hoe, and a wheelbarrow. It makes for very slow work. Putting concrete together for anchoring a post is one thing, but when you need to create the floor of a 90 x 30 foot building, a foot thick, it makes for a lot of work. Of course the gravel, sand, and lime are all dumped in different locations, so there is a lot of wheelbarrowing from one location to another, all being done in 110 plus degree temperature. Luckily we aquired an old cement mixer that aided in the concrete creation process.

    Other than pouring concrete we also moved things. Object that were donated to the hospital. Large objects. Now while these things are a blessing to the hospital, it also is a bit of a burden since many things are not needed, and they were donated prior to the completion of the hospital structure. Basically there is no room for this stuff. And there is no garbage collection to throw it away. So as patients are treated in the half built building it was our job to shuffle this equipment from one spot to another. This was unfortunately very time consuming.

    While the actual structure of the hospital is being built, some work is being done in the shipping containers that supplies were delivered in. This actually worked quite well, and one container was turned into a O.R. Using shipping containers as buildings must be a popular thing to do in this part of the world. Many other

  84. Eman Mohamad ali Says:

    There was a friends walking in the desert. During the trip the two friends argue slapped the other one on the face. The man who struck in the face hurts, but without uttering a single word written in the sand: Today my friend hit me on my face. The two friends continued their walk in to that found an oasis They decided to shower. The man who hit on the face in the sand by the suspended animation and started drowning, but his friend holds in and saved him from drowning. Having survived the death of a friend wrote on a rock: Today my best friend saved my life. The friend who hit his friend and saved him from death, asked him: What’s in a time when the first hit you wrote in the sand and now, when saving you wrote on the rock?! He replied: When the hurts one we have to write what he did on the sand where winds of forgiveness can erase it, but when I made one with us is defined we have to write what he did on the rock where no one type of wind to erase “learned to write the pain on the sand and Sculpture known on the rocks “

  85. sohib mohammed Says:

    Nile College
    Nile College provides only medical programs. These programmes are medicine, MLS. Nursing and MIS
    In the future, all tmedical programs will be offered in Nile College
    The Nile College is located ,now, in Omdurman but after this semester it will move to Bahare . There is serious competition between students in Nile College
    The students in Nile college come from different nationalities
    This is little information about the Nile College

  86. eman mohammad ali Says:

    College is located west of the Nile as medical and against the Corps.
    Consists of four floors containing Lab Kmbuoto and control room and mortuary, and the Museum of Anatomy and break, especially for girls and bathrooms and the voting for physics and chemistry ..
    And studying the following programs:
    Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Medical Laboratory and Bachelor of Nursing, Diploma in Information Systems and Medical College seeks to add a pharmacy and dentistry
    And that would be starting from next year…

  87. SHABK ALNOOR HASHIM Says:

    English language is very important in our live Ihave studing it in seven years but Istill face some problems.Ican not speak fershnatly.Ithink that 50% of people in sudan have this problem but when we go step by step we shall not find eny problim just we must ablay help for teacher or tuter.

  88. amel Says:

    English the language of science. Students in the medical field they have to learn English. With regard to my problems in learning are largely at the speaking and listening started to solve it 8 years ago. I heard a lot of films and radio programs. In the end, Ihope to make friends and learn Language invites fluent.

    • amel alhiber mohammed Says:

      English the language of science. Students in the medical field they have to learn English. With regard to my problems in learning are largely at the speaking and listening started to solve it 8 years ago. I heard a lot of films and radio programs. In the end, Ihope to make friends and learn Language invites fluent

  89. Mohamed AL makki Says:

    No doubt that most of sudanese society suffering for english language.
    like translation,meaning,e t c… butsolving of that don’t change the meaning into arabic practical the language always.

  90. نضال محمود أيوب Says:

    بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

    A.S تسليم

    الطالبة: نضال محمود أيوب

    السنة الاولى

    nile college

    English is the most important languages in the world a first language in terms of trading volumes and transaction dating to different cultures, traditions and assets between different peoples and their importance in the Secretariat is to facilitate the operations of the procedure and to deal smooth and the provision of transactions raised in politics, sports, Althaglvp and art and all known areas and access to the junction of the middle with the understanding and identification purposes to the other party to that is considered the main language in our lives because all of the world adopted as a first language.

  91. ahmed mohammed eshaj Says:

    I have a problem in his book, certain words and some of the difficulty of the reading I want to speak English fluently and speak as if the language that taken from the tongue of my parents.
    Ando anyone say what the problem is then a solution for every problem has a solution if I gave her attention. I Mahtmi all my problems with English Immersion is that because it will depend on my studies at the university which he showed was adopted in the future

  92. ahmed mohamed Says:

    I have a problem in his book, certain words and some of the difficulty of the reading I want to speak English fluently and speak as if the language that taken from the tongue of my parents.
    Ando anyone say what the problem is then a solution for every problem has a solution if I gave her attention. I Mahtmi all my problems with English Immersion is that because it will depend on my studies at the university which he showed was adopted in the future.

  93. Zahra Osman Gilani Says:

    Mosa saw an advertisement in the new paper.He applied for the job of the mehcanic.The poard gave him an interview with ather.The offerd him the job.Mosa at accepted the offerd but he didn’t satisfied with his work.they sacked him after two warning.

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