MMED2931 Human Physiology 2017 S1
Axons transmit action potentials.e. All of the above are false. - A #10. Which of the following physiological responses are associated with elevated sympathetic nervous system activity?a. inhibition of...
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Physiology Introduction I
Pathophysiology? - aka pathologic physiology Part of the "Condition" type of physiology It is an altered state...state due to disease"Physiology gone wrong" #4. Physiology History - Ancient Greeks, Egyptians, and Chinese...
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#1. Which of the following equations correctly relates flow, pressure, and resistance? Select one: Flow = Pressure - Resistance Flow = Pressure × Resistance Resistan...
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Nervous System 5 (WS 11)
#1. Neurotransmitter Receptors - Two Types:1. Cholinergic2. Adrenergic #2. Cholinergic - A type of neurotransmitter receptoraka AcetylcholineSubtypes: a) Nicotinic- In CNS, PNS, and skeletal mus...
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Muscle I (WS 15)
#1. Nervous Muscular Junction (NMJ) - acetylcholine receptors nervous signal transfers to muscle at "motor end plate region" #2. Muscle characteristics - 1. Excitability (irritability)2. Contractib...
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The endocrine system
#1. Excessive dietary salt intake without ingesting any water would Select one: decrease vasopressin release increase aldosterone release from the adrenals increase aldosterone release from ...
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Human Phys II -Acid-Base; Respiratory Regulation
Acid-Base; Respiratory Regulation
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Renal Physiology Notes Page 1-2
#1. Renal System - (1) Kidneys (2) Ureter (3) Bladder (4) Urethra #2. Kidney - Excretes urine #3. Ureter - Duct by which urine passes from kidney to the bladder #4. Du...
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Renal Physiology Notes Page 3-6
#1. What are the two types of nephron - (1) Cortical nephron (2) Juxtamedullary nephron #2. What does juxtamedullary refer to - Near the medulla but not actually a part of the medulla #3. What p...
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Human Phys. Test 1
Cell and parts of blood and cardiovascular
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human anatomy chapter 8 part 3
#1. Which type of joint in the body allows the greatest range of motion? - diarthrosis #2. Surrounding a diarthrotic joint with a joint capsule would allow a joint __________. - 1. a greater range o...
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human anatomy chapter 17
#1. Autonomic Nervous System 1. functions... 2. makes... 3. functions (2) - 1. outside of our conscious awareness 2. routine adjustments in our body's systems 3. A. Regulates body temperature B. Coor...
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human anatomy chapter 16
#1. The brain is... 1. consists of... - a complex three-dimensionalstructure that performs a bewildering array of functions 1. roughly 20 billion neurons #2. Embryology of the brain 1. The CNS begi...
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