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Kidney drawing

See the below image for the Kidney drawing diagram. Labeled Diagram of the Human Kidney The human kidneys house millions of tiny filtration units called nephrons, which enable our body to retain the vital nutrients, and excrete the unwanted or excess molecules as well as metabolic wastes from the body. In addition, they also play an important role in maintaining the water balance of our body.

Labeled Diagram of the Human Kidney. The renal medulla comprises a set of 8-18 conical structures called renal pyramids that are surrounded by the cortex. Portions of the cortex between two adjacent pyramids are termed as renal columns. Spread in these pyramids and the cortex, are the functional units callednephrons.

Weight of an adult kidney: Males: 125-170 g. Females: 115-155 g. Located in the abdominal cavity, kidneys are the most efficient filters. They are an important component of the human excretory system, and help the body retain essential molecules and get rid of the unwanted ones.

Kidney drawing

Circular economy community engagement and sustainable models

See the below image for the Circular economy community engagement and sustainable models diagram. Sustainability is not a luxury; it is a basic human right. The circular economy concept is a novel economic model aiming to foster sustainable economic growth, boost global competitiveness, and generate new jobs. In order to make the circular economy mainstream, radical and systemic innovation is needed.

A case-study approach was used to explore the role of stakeholder engagement in the transition to a circular economy while also considering the establishment of an enabling corporate culture based on sustainability principles.

As a system-level phenomenon, circular economy business models require interaction between all involved actors, including both the core-business network and other stakeholders. Figure 1. The idea of the circular economy as a feedback-rich (non-linear) system (adapted from Aminoff et al., 2016)

Circular economy community engagement and sustainable models

Plant and animal cell structure

See the below image for the Plant and animal cell structure diagram. Structures and Functions of Plant and Animal Cells Structures and Functions of Plant and Animal Cells 7.L.1.2 – Compare the structures and functions of plant and animal cells, including major organelles (cell membrane, cell wall, nucleus, chloroplasts, mitochondria, and vacuoles).

Plant cells are different from animal cells in a number of ways. Perhaps the most obvious difference is the presence of a cell wall. The cell wall provides strength and support to the plant, much like the exoskeleton of an insect or spider (our skeleton is on the inside of our body, rather than on the outside like insects or spiders).

Generalized Structure of Animal Cell & Plant Cell Under Microscope 1 Cell membrane 2 Cytoplasm 3 Ribosomes 4 Nucleus 5 Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum 6 Lysosome 7 Chloroplast 8 Cell Wall 9 Vacuole 10 Golgi bodies More items…

Plant and animal cell structure

Future sustainable economy

See the below image for the Future sustainable economy diagram. It is also critical to invest in under-capitalised developing countries which are the growth markets of the future, and which are critical to meeting climate goals. Long-term government policy has traditionally inspired private capital and would potentially super-charge a global sustainable revolution.

Growth enables sustainability by encouraging investment. Economic growth strengthens consumer confidence, spending, and demand, all vital elements of a healthy investment climate-which the energy transition is going to need.

Growth counteracts sustainability through greater resource consumption. The global material footprint” -that is, the raw materials used to make the goods that we consume-rises in correlation with GDP growth. 7 7. The Sustainable Development Goals Report 2019, United Nations, 2019, unstats. un. org.

Future sustainable economy

Richest people in the world

See the below image for the Richest people in the world diagram. Top 100 Richest People In The World. 1 Jeff Bezos Net Worth. $213 Billion. Jeff Bezos net worth: Jeff Bezos is an American philanthropist, businessman and space explorer who is probably … 2 Elon Musk Net Worth. 3 Bernard Arnault Net Worth. 4 Bill Gates Net Worth. 5 Mark Zuckerberg Net Worth. More items

Here are the richest people in the world, based on data as of March 14, 2022: With a net worth of $168 billion, Jeff Bezos falls in second place. Bezos is the only billionaire in the top 10 to see a decline in wealth (-$9 billion) over the year.

Forbes: The World’s Billionaires website. The World’s Billionaires is an annual ranking by documented net worth of the wealthiest billionaires in the world, compiled and published in March annually by the American business magazine Forbes. The list was first published in March 1987.

Richest people in the world

Oriel window

See the below image for the Oriel window diagram. Oriel windows in Kłodzko, Poland. An oriel window is a form of bay window which protrudes from the main wall of a building but does not reach to the ground. Supported by corbels, brackets, or similar cantilevers, an oriel window is most commonly found projecting from an upper floor but is also sometimes used on the ground floor.

Glass oriel windows make a great feature in internal rooms where external windows are far away, or too small to produce enough natural light. Glass roofs might also be beneficial if side windows are restricted due to neighbouring properties. AT GLASS STRUCTURES LIMITED, WE CREATE A LIVING SPACE TO SUIT EVERY SEASON.

: a large bay window projecting from a wall and supported by a corbel or bracket. — called also oriel.

Oriel window

How to draw diagrams in biology

See the below image for the How to draws in biology diagram. Biological drawings must be done on unlined sheets or plane sheets, for more authenticity. This principle should be followed particularly when you are drawing a diagram for your biology lab copy or record. But don’t worry about your board exam you get lined copy and you have to draw on that lined sheet. 6.

Drawing Materials: All drawings should be done with a sharp pencil line on white, unlined paper. Diagrams in pen are unacceptable because they cannot be corrected. Positioning: Center drawing on the page.

Biological drawings should be conspicuous for easier comprehensibility- Avoid crowding components of the diagram. A biological drawing must bear all relevant parts that are conspicuous enough to the human eye. It should also be large enough to current the whole complicated background details of the diagram to the observer.

How to draw diagrams in biology

How to focus infographic

See the below image for the How to focus infographic diagram. Infographic is the combination of text, graphics, charts, maps, icons, etc. There are ways to arrange your text in relation to your image. It depends on how much text you want to include and what size the image is. Good design can lead the reader through an enjoyable information absorbing process.

As communication devices, great infographics should, above all, be useful to an audience. Great infographics help the audience interpret information and frame it, or put it into context, often through storytelling. This interpretation is important because it’s what helps us comprehend what might be complex.

Check out our list below for tips on how to begin your infographic design journey with a strong foundation of research. 1. Identify your audience. Before you start conducting research on your topic, it’s essential to think about the audience who will view it.

How to focus infographic