Temporary and permanent changes in living things
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Human Physiology/Development: birth through death
We are born, we grow up, we age, and then we die. Unless disease or trauma occurs, most humans go through the various stages of the life described above. Human Development is the process of growing to maturity and mental ability. Traditionally, theories that explain senescence have generally been divided between the programmed and stochastic theories of aging. Programmed theories imply that aging is regulated by biological clocks operating throughout the life span.
Such changes which do not produces any new substances after the reaction is called as the physical change , whereas the changes which bring out the formation of new substance is named as the chemical change. So we can say that the main difference lies in the chemical composition , where one chemical change of the change is involved in altering the composition of the material and thus forms new substance and the other physical change brings out alteration in size, shape and colour only. As these changes apply to matter only. Anything which occupies space is called as matter and matter experiences both physical as well as chemical changes. These changes are obvious and may happen suddenly or slowly or in series of steps.
With JAWS you have the flexibility to make changes quickly that are temporary, or you can make changes that stay in effect permanently. Use the Quick Settings dialog box to make changes very quickly without having to go into various other dialog boxes to do so. There are three different types of changes that can be made in the Quick Settings dialog box:. This is very handy for making quick changes for testing or reading purposes. If you wish to make global changes to all programs, use Settings Center. The JAWS Quick Settings dialog box has a tree view of different options that can be changed, depending on the program being used.
Content: Physical Vs Chemical Change
The developmental changes could either be temporary or permanent changes when they occur. The permanent changes remain for life and are not reversible. Those features associated with each of the human developmental stages of childhood, adolescence and adulthood are permanent changes. There are however some temporary changes. Examples include growth of pimples in male and female at adolescence, malnutrition or kwashiorkor, fatness, enlargement of stomach after a meal or in-take of water.