Kate Upton's Leaked iCloud Photos and Videos (rated M for mature)

The Hollywood celebrity and world's known model Kate Upton went through a severe issue of her life when her naked photos and 4 videos got leaked from her iPhone's iCloud account. We see almost any part of her body. But unfortunately Google took the lamest step of its life, and started to stop people from accessing these photos and videos of Kate Upton and several other celebrities, including the girl from The Hunger Games Jennifer Lawrence. 

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Sclerenchyma Cells

Their primary cell wall is heavily thickened with deposit of lignin. The mature sclerenchyma cells are dead. The main function of sclerenchyma is to provide support and mechanical strength to the plant. There are three types of sclerenchyma cells.


Vessels
These are long tubular structures formed by the fusion of several cells, end to end in a row.

Tracheids
These are long and cylindrical, fibers found in the pericycle of stems, forming a solid rod of tissue “capping” the vascular bundle of dicotyledons. They often form a layer in the cortex below the epidermis of stems or roots.

Sclereids (stone cells)
These are shorter than the fibers. Sclereids are generally scattered singly or in groups and are most common in the cortex, pith phloem and in fruits, seed coats, nut shells. They provide rigidity or      firmness to the structures in which they are found. In both fibers and sclereids, simple pits appear in the walls as they thicken. 

Support in Plants

Since plants have no skeletal system, they must have some other means to support. The stem supports the plant. The stem is a transport link between roots and the leaves. Stems are either herbaceous or woody. A plant with herbaceous stem is supported by the pressure of water that is hydrostatic pressure called turgor pressure in the cells of the stem. This pressure causes turgidity or stiffness. As a result the plant stands upright. If there is water shortage, then the stem loses turgidity and this causes the plant to wilt.

Plant cells, notably mature parenchyma cells have a large central vacuole surrounded by a membrane called tonoplast. The fluid they contain is called cellsap. It is a concentrated solution of mineral salts, sugars, organic acid, oxygen, carbon dioxide etc. Because of higher ionic concentration in vacuole than that of than that of extra-cellular fluid, water enters vacuole by osmosis and the cell becomes turgid. In this condition the cell provides turgidity i.e. mechanical support to the harbecous plants having soft tissue.


Collenchyma is a mechanical tissue providing support to those organs in which it is found e.g. cortex. Sclerenchyma cells are found in dicots. Their sole function is to assist in providing support and mechanical strength to the plant. The vascular bundles having xylem tissue are tough and inextensible, arranged in a ring within a stem. This arrangement provides very effective resistance to the wind stress, and weight bearing ability to the plant. The vascular bundles in some plants e.g. sunflower have sclerenchyma fibers, which form bundle cap, gives strength to the vascular bundles. 

Support and Movement

CONCEPT AND NEED


Support

Without structural support an organism would be little more than unorganized jelly like mass. Most complex organisms have a system for support against gravity. A specialized support system is called skeletal system. There are several support mechanisms in terrestrial plants. Support mechanisms in plants are not called skeletal system. The xylem of the woody plants is rigid and keeps the stem erect. Turgidity, the pressure of water, supports herbaceous plant. Also the tough cellulose cell walls of all plants contribute to their support. Need for support is not as great for aquatic organisms as for land organisms. The water buoys up aquatic organisms. Animals have muscles, cartilage and bones, which provide support. Skeleton is either external or internal.


Movement

Animals are active. They are able to secure food, reproduce and escape predators. These activities require of both individual body parts and the total organism movement is called locomotion. Movements in animals are coordinated by nervous system and hormonal system. Unlike animals, plants do not possess nervous system and rely entirely on chemical co-ordination. Their responses are therefore slower and they often involve growth. Growth in turn, can result in movement of an organ.  

Temperature in Fever (Pyrexia)

Some diseases produce an increase in temperature known as fever. Certain chemicals known as pyrogens are toxin. These are produced by pathogenic organisms such as viruses, bacteria or substances released by neutrophils. Pyrogens directly affect the hypothalamus and increase the set point above 37°C. This raised body temperature stimulates the defense responses of the body and helps the destruction of pathogens.