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41 termscreated on January 23, 2017
A&P 2 Lecture 1
Endocrine system
Hormones
Endocrine glands
Neuroendocrine glands
functions to control/regulate cellular metabolism via hormone…
Chemicals (molecules) secreted by endocrine glands or other s…
Ductless glands that function to synthesize and secrete hormo…
Hormone-secreting structures located in the brain.... Example:…
Endocrine system
functions to control/regulate cellular metabolism via hormone…
Hormones
Chemicals (molecules) secreted by endocrine glands or other s…
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B4 the blood
Red blood cell
Phagocytes (white blood cell)
Lymphocytes (white blood cell)
Platelets
Carry oxygen around yours body
Eat bacteria
Produces anti-bodies
Help the blood to clot
Red blood cell
Carry oxygen around yours body
Phagocytes (white blood cell)
Eat bacteria
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Neuro Lecture 1- Intro to the Nervous System Element
Learning objectives
What determines the directionality of…
What do afferent neurones do?
What do efferent neurones do?
Heterogeneity of chemical signals and information transfer in…
...
Carry nervous signals towards the brain
Carry nervous signals away from the brain towards the effectors
Learning objectives
Heterogeneity of chemical signals and information transfer in…
What determines the directionality of…
...
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Psych-Chapter 3 Vocab
Consciousness
Cognitive neuroscience
Dual processing
Blindspot
Awareness of ourselves and our environment
Interdisciplinary study of the brain activity linked with cog…
Information is simultaneously processed on separate conscious…
Condition in which a person can respond to a visual stimulus…
Consciousness
Awareness of ourselves and our environment
Cognitive neuroscience
Interdisciplinary study of the brain activity linked with cog…
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Urologie (BAP Kap. 18 & PP O. Gerber)
Harnsystem
Lage der Niere
Aufbau der Niere
Aufgaben Niere
-Nieren... -Nierenbecken/ -kelch... -Harnleiter (li & re)... -Harnblas…
-im oberen Abschnitt des Retroperitonealraums... -Bohnenförmig…
- Nierenmark... -Nierenrinde... -Markpyramiden (münden in Nierenkel…
-Ausscheidung von Stoffwechselprodukten und von *Fremdsubst…
Harnsystem
-Nieren... -Nierenbecken/ -kelch... -Harnleiter (li & re)... -Harnblas…
Lage der Niere
-im oberen Abschnitt des Retroperitonealraums... -Bohnenförmig…
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Phlebotomy Term Quiz #1
Ab
ABG's
ABO
ACD
antibody
arterial blood gases
blood groups
acid citrate dextrose
Ab
antibody
ABG's
arterial blood gases
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Functions of membrane components
Phospholipids
Phospholipids
What molecules can diffuse through the…
Glycolipids
Give basic structure
Act as a barrier to the passage of polar molecules and ions
Small, non-polar and insoluble molecules
Help stabilise cell ... Forms hydrogen bonds between water molec…
Phospholipids
Give basic structure
Phospholipids
Act as a barrier to the passage of polar molecules and ions
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female reproductive anatomy
where is the tract located?
location of the reproductive tract dur…
broad ligament
suspensory ligament
in the pelvis
uterus lies on the ventral body wall... cow uterus is displaced…
bilateral sheets that anchor organs to abdominal roof and pel…
peritoneal folds attaches cranial pole of theory to abdominal…
where is the tract located?
in the pelvis
location of the reproductive tract dur…
uterus lies on the ventral body wall... cow uterus is displaced…
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101-200 drugs
Triamterene with Hydrochlorothiazide
Alendronate Sodium
Cefdinir
Pregabalin
37.5mg/ 25mg ... Dyazide®, Maxzide®... Diuretic... Edema associate…
5-70mg ... Fosamax®... Osteoporosis Agent... Treatment of osteopor…
300mg ... Omnicef®... Antibiotic... Community acquired pneumonia
25-300mg ... Lyrica®... Anticonvulsant... Neuropathic pain with di…
Triamterene with Hydrochlorothiazide
37.5mg/ 25mg ... Dyazide®, Maxzide®... Diuretic... Edema associate…
Alendronate Sodium
5-70mg ... Fosamax®... Osteoporosis Agent... Treatment of osteopor…
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human reproduction and hormones
what is sexual reproduction?
what is asexual reproduction?
what is the male gamete?
what is the female gamete?
two parents create non-identical offspring but inheritate cha…
a single parent creates genetically identical offspring
sperm cell
egg cell
what is sexual reproduction?
two parents create non-identical offspring but inheritate cha…
what is asexual reproduction?
a single parent creates genetically identical offspring
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Chirality (formative assessment)
Chain Isomerism
Position Isomerism
Functional Group Isomerism
Stereoisomerism
occurs where structural isomers have different arrangements o…
occurs where structural isomers have the same functional grou…
occurs where structural isomers have different functional gro…
Same molecular formula and the same structural formula but di…
Chain Isomerism
occurs where structural isomers have different arrangements o…
Position Isomerism
occurs where structural isomers have the same functional grou…
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ap psych module 4 & 5
somatic nervous system
endocrine system
sympathetic nervous system
central nervous system
the division of the peripheral neevous system that controls t…
the body's "slow" chemical communication system; a set of gla…
the division of the automatic nervous system that arouses the…
the brain and spinal cord
somatic nervous system
the division of the peripheral neevous system that controls t…
endocrine system
the body's "slow" chemical communication system; a set of gla…
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Ecdysis
What is ecdysis?
Outline the 7 steps of ecdysis
What happens during Apolysis? (1)
What happens during Epicuticle formati…
The process of producing a new cuticle and losing the old cut…
1. Apolysis... 2. Epicuticle formation... 3. New procuticle deposit…
Epidermal cells separate from the inner surface of endocuticl…
NEW outer epicuticle is laid down below the moulting fluid an…
What is ecdysis?
The process of producing a new cuticle and losing the old cut…
Outline the 7 steps of ecdysis
1. Apolysis... 2. Epicuticle formation... 3. New procuticle deposit…
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excretory system disorder
Uremia
Polyuria
Kidney stone
Anuria
a condition characterized by urea accumulation in blood.
a condition characterized by the excessive amount of dilute u…
a calcium residue in kidney cavity, kidney track, or urinary…
nonpassage of urine
Uremia
a condition characterized by urea accumulation in blood.
Polyuria
a condition characterized by the excessive amount of dilute u…
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Urinalysis- A&P Intro / UA Part 1 (Sample collection & Handling), Pt 2a (Physical Properties)
Anuria
Oliguria
Pollakiuria
Polyuria
no urine production
decreased urine production
frequently urinating
increased urine production
Anuria
no urine production
Oliguria
decreased urine production
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Anatomy chapter 4
Which use of the following is not one…
The tissue that always has a "top" and…
Characteristics of epithelia include a…
The junction type that lets neighborin…
Osseous tissue
Epithelial tissue
Extra cellular matrix
Gap junction
Which use of the following is not one…
Osseous tissue
The tissue that always has a "top" and…
Epithelial tissue
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Associating psych studies to their LOs
SAQ 1 - Outline (1 or 2) principle(s)…
SAQ 2 - Explain how principles that de…
SAQ 3 - Explain one study related to l…
SAQ 4 - Using one or more examples, ex…
- M & Kesner (1991 - animal research)... - Maguire (2000 - biolo…
- M & Kesner (1991 - animal research)... - Maguire (2000 - biolo…
- Maguire (2000)
- M & Kesner (1991 - acetylcholine)... - Walderhaug (serotonin)
SAQ 1 - Outline (1 or 2) principle(s)…
- M & Kesner (1991 - animal research)... - Maguire (2000 - biolo…
SAQ 2 - Explain how principles that de…
- M & Kesner (1991 - animal research)... - Maguire (2000 - biolo…
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B7-Blood and the Circulatory System
What is blood made up of?
What does blood do?
What do red blood cells do?
Do red blood cells have a nucleus?
Cells, Platelets and Plasma
Transports various substances around the body through the cir…
Transports oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body
No
What is blood made up of?
Cells, Platelets and Plasma
What does blood do?
Transports various substances around the body through the cir…
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Tubular Transport II: Urinary Concentration & Dilution
Inhibition of which one of the fllowin…
The kidney regulates water loss via what
The amount of water lost from the body…
Problems with total body water... content…
Na/K ATPase
concentration or dilution of the urine
plasma osmolality.
plasma osmolality, which is reflected... as an alteration in pla…
Inhibition of which one of the fllowin…
Na/K ATPase
The kidney regulates water loss via what
concentration or dilution of the urine
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Endocrinology: Lecture 4
oxytocin is a hormone produced by the…
oxytocin functions in ___________, spe…
oxytocin binds to receptors on _______…
"tropin" means?
posterior pituitary
lactation
myoepithelial cells
hypothalamic neurohormones that regulate hormones of the ante…
oxytocin is a hormone produced by the…
posterior pituitary
oxytocin functions in ___________, spe…
lactation
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Hormoner
Hvor dannes insulin?
Hvor i kroppen finder man hypothalamus?
Hvor dannes adrenalin og noradrenalin?
Hvor finder man binyremarven?
β-cellerne i bugspytkirtlen
i hjernen, er den nederste del af mellemhjermen
i binyremarven
i binyrerne, hvor marven er den inderste del, der er omgivet…
Hvor dannes insulin?
β-cellerne i bugspytkirtlen
Hvor i kroppen finder man hypothalamus?
i hjernen, er den nederste del af mellemhjermen
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Hormones biology /17
Controls the water content of the blood
Prepares the body for physical activity
Lowers blood glucose levels
Controls development of male secondary…
Anti-Diuretic Hormone effect
Adrenaline effect
Insulin effect
Testosterone effect
Controls the water content of the blood
Anti-Diuretic Hormone effect
Prepares the body for physical activity
Adrenaline effect
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FLSE vocab
Uterus
Labor
Sexually transmitted disease
Amniotic sac
A muscular bag which surrounds a growing baby. Also organ fro…
The involuntary opening of the cervix and muscle contractions…
Several diseases transmitted by close body contact usually se…
The transparent tissue which holds the developing baby. Also…
Uterus
A muscular bag which surrounds a growing baby. Also organ fro…
Labor
The involuntary opening of the cervix and muscle contractions…
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endocrine gland
hormone
target cell
hypothalamus
An organ of the endocrine system which produces and releases…
The chemical product of an endocrine gland that speeds up or…
A cell in the body that recognizes a hormone's chemical struc…
The chemical product of an endocrine gland that speeds up or…
endocrine gland
An organ of the endocrine system which produces and releases…
hormone
The chemical product of an endocrine gland that speeds up or…
17 termscreated on January 23, 2017
3. (QUESTIONS/CHECKPOINTS) - The Molecules of Life
chem. reactions that build POLYMERS fr…
the REVERSE type of REACTIONS, one tha…
all CAROHYDRATES consists of 1 or more…
why do GLUCOSE & FRUCTOSE have the sam…
1. MONOMERS... 2. DEHYDRATION
HYDROLYSIS
MONOSACCHARIDES... (ex: glucose and fructose)
diff arrangement of ATOMS affect molecular shapes and propert…
chem. reactions that build POLYMERS fr…
1. MONOMERS... 2. DEHYDRATION
the REVERSE type of REACTIONS, one tha…
HYDROLYSIS
114 termscreated on January 22, 2017
UNIT 4: Body Systems
What is homeostasis?
What are the conditions of homeostasis?
How are messages sent in the nervous s…
What does the nervous system control?
Maintenance of normal conditions
Temperature, pH, blood gases (oxygen, carbon dioxide), water,…
Electrical signals
Reactions, movement, reflexes, consciousness, sense environment
What is homeostasis?
Maintenance of normal conditions
What are the conditions of homeostasis?
Temperature, pH, blood gases (oxygen, carbon dioxide), water,…
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Nutrition & The Body: Carbohydrates
Starch is composed of repeating units…
This carbohydrate provides sweetness y…
This is a cereal food that provides ca…
What is the difference between a monos…
Glucose
Sorbitol
Rice
There is only one sugar unit in a monosaccharide
Starch is composed of repeating units…
Glucose
This carbohydrate provides sweetness y…
Sorbitol
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Biology
Single Circulation
Double Circulation
Plasma
Heart
When blood pas through the heart once.... In fish.
When blood pass through the heart twice.... Better because it ca…
Carries... Nutrients... Urea... Water... Heat... Hormones
An organ that pumps blood around the body.
Single Circulation
When blood pas through the heart once.... In fish.
Double Circulation
When blood pass through the heart twice.... Better because it ca…
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Ch 18
Thyroxine
Hypogonadism
Defective cartilage that effects the b…
diabetes mellutis
A function in the thyroid gland
Deficiency or resistance
Which is a description of achondroplasia
Insulin deficiency or resistance leading to hyperglycaemia an…
Thyroxine
A function in the thyroid gland
Hypogonadism
Deficiency or resistance
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Ch. 3
Oxytocin
Labor
Delivery
Episiotonomy
Hormone released by pituitary gland that causes labor to begin.
First stage of the birth process, in which the cervix dilate…
Second stage of birth process, during which the fetus is push…
Incision to make the vaginal opening larger during the birth…
Oxytocin
Hormone released by pituitary gland that causes labor to begin.
Labor
First stage of the birth process, in which the cervix dilate…
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514-S3: Macro and Micronutrients (Test 1)
A
B1
B2
B3
retinol
thiamine
riboflavin
niacin
A
retinol
B1
thiamine
33 termscreated on January 22, 2017
OBGYN/ARDMS - EDELMAN Chapter 4
Gonadotropins
Menopause
What happens to the ovaries appear aft…
45-55 years of age
Ovaries gradually become unresponsive to this as a woman ages
During this phase of life, the ovaries stop producing progest…
The ovaries atrophy and decrease in size, with disappearance…
Age Menses becomes irregular and generally ceases
Gonadotropins
Ovaries gradually become unresponsive to this as a woman ages
Menopause
During this phase of life, the ovaries stop producing progest…
26 termscreated on January 22, 2017
101-125
triamterene with hydrochlorothiazide
alendronate
cefdinir
pregabalin
Brand: Dyazide, Maxzide... Therapeutic Category: Diuretic- potas…
Brand: Fosamax... Therapeutic Category:Osteoporosis Agent- Bisph…
Brand: Omnicef... Therapeutic Category: Cephalosporin Antibiotic
Brand: Lyrica... Therapeutic Category: Anticonvulsant/Antineural…
triamterene with hydrochlorothiazide
Brand: Dyazide, Maxzide... Therapeutic Category: Diuretic- potas…
alendronate
Brand: Fosamax... Therapeutic Category:Osteoporosis Agent- Bisph…
58 termscreated on January 22, 2017
AP psych midterm - unit 3
Neuron
Axon
Dendrite
Myelin sheath
Building blocks of the nervous system
Passes messages to the other neurons
Received and pro from axon that goes to the cell body
The axon insulator made of fatty tissue
Neuron
Building blocks of the nervous system
Axon
Passes messages to the other neurons
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Brain structures and function(enlarged model)
Function of cerebellum
precentral gyrus function
postcentral gyrus function
function of central sulcus
motor coordination(balance/equilibrium)
where primary motor cortex and motor speech area are located.…
location of primary somatosensory cortex.
separates frontal and parietal lobes
Function of cerebellum
motor coordination(balance/equilibrium)
precentral gyrus function
where primary motor cortex and motor speech area are located.…
15 termscreated on January 22, 2017
Cyc 10 AMT Study Guide
the thyroid gland secretes
the parathyroid gland secretes
the adrenal cortex secretes
the pancreas secretes
-t3... -t4... -calcitonin
-PTH
-glucocorticoids ... -mineralcorticoids... -sex hormones
-insulin... -glucagon
the thyroid gland secretes
-t3... -t4... -calcitonin
the parathyroid gland secretes
-PTH
19 termscreated on January 22, 2017
hormones
endocrine cells
hormones
paracrine
autocrine
...
...
...
...
endocrine cells
...
hormones
...
14 termscreated on January 22, 2017
Organelles
Vacuole
Ribosomes
Rough ER
Smooth ER
Small in animals... Large in plants... Stores waste and nutrients
Site of protein synthesis ... RNA is translated into protein
Collect protein and transport around cell
Make hormones and lipids
Vacuole
Small in animals... Large in plants... Stores waste and nutrients
Ribosomes
Site of protein synthesis ... RNA is translated into protein
47 termscreated on January 22, 2017
BIO130 Quiz 1
ionic bonds
covalent bonds
hydrogen bonds
function of carbohydrates
formed by electron transfer
formed by electron sharing
short lived interactions among polar molecules
short term energy reserves
ionic bonds
formed by electron transfer
covalent bonds
formed by electron sharing
79 termscreated on January 22, 2017
Small Animal III Exam II - Lecture 8
1. Anagen Phase... 2. Catagen Phase... 3. Te…
Growing phase
Transition phase
Resting phase
What are the phases of hair growth, in order?
Describe the anagen phase of hair growth:
Describe the catogen phase of hair growth:
Describe the telogen phase of hair growth:
1. Anagen Phase... 2. Catagen Phase... 3. Te…
What are the phases of hair growth, in order?
Growing phase
Describe the anagen phase of hair growth:
31 termscreated on January 22, 2017
Abnormal Psych
Symptom
Syndrome
Diagnosis
Comorbidity
abnormal cognition, emotion, behavior, or somatic experience.
symptoms grouped together that indicate a specific disorder
the classification of mental disorders by determining which o…
the co-occurence of two or more mental disorders in the same…
Symptom
abnormal cognition, emotion, behavior, or somatic experience.
Syndrome
symptoms grouped together that indicate a specific disorder
35 termscreated on January 22, 2017
AP Bio Chapter 31 Vocab
exoenzymes
hyphae
chitin
mycelium
powerful, hydrolytic enzymes secreted by a fungus outside its…
filaments that collectively make up the body of a fungus
a structural polysaccharide of an amino sugar found in many f…
the densely branched network of hyphae in a fungus
exoenzymes
powerful, hydrolytic enzymes secreted by a fungus outside its…
hyphae
filaments that collectively make up the body of a fungus
37 termscreated on January 22, 2017
Emotion and Motivation
Emotion
Physiological arousal
expressive behavior
conscious experience
A response of the whole organism involving physiological arou…
e.g. pounding heart
e.g. quickened pace
e.g. thinking you are being followed
Emotion
A response of the whole organism involving physiological arou…
Physiological arousal
e.g. pounding heart
7 termscreated on January 22, 2017
Bio Lab minitest #1
rhizosphere
epiphytes
endophytes
nitrogen fixation
a very narrow zone aroudn the root containing root exudates a…
microbes that reside on the rhizosphere
live within plant tissues intracellularly
N2 + 8H + 8e- + 16 ATP= 2 NH3 + H2 +16ADP + 16Pi
rhizosphere
a very narrow zone aroudn the root containing root exudates a…
epiphytes
microbes that reside on the rhizosphere
31 termscreated on January 22, 2017
Biology
nutrition
excretion
sensitivity
growth
The taking in of nutrients which are organic substances or mi…
The removal of toxic waste from organisms, the waste products…
The ability to detect or sense changes in the environment and…
The permanent increase in size or dry mass by an increase in…
nutrition
The taking in of nutrients which are organic substances or mi…
excretion
The removal of toxic waste from organisms, the waste products…
32 termscreated on January 22, 2017
Chapter 36 Vocab
Xylem
Phloem
phyllotaxy
mycorrhizae
vascular plant tissue consisting mainly of tubular dead cells…
Vascular plant tissue consisting of living cells arranged int…
the pattern of leaf attachment to the stem of a plant.
a mutualistic association of plant roots and fungus.
Xylem
vascular plant tissue consisting mainly of tubular dead cells…
Phloem
Vascular plant tissue consisting of living cells arranged int…
20 termscreated on January 22, 2017
WAR OF HORMONE
Growth Hormone
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone // TSH
Adrenocorticotropic Hormone // ACTH
Follicle Stimulating Hormone // FSH
AA // Anterior Pituitary // Promotes protein synthesis & enco…
AA // Anterior Pituitary // Stimulates normal development & s…
AA // Anterior Pituitary // Stimulates adrenal cortex to rele…
AA // Anterior Pituitary // Stimulates gamete production // A…
Growth Hormone
AA // Anterior Pituitary // Promotes protein synthesis & enco…
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone // TSH
AA // Anterior Pituitary // Stimulates normal development & s…
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Female Reproductive System
Vulva
Mons pubis
Labia
Clitoris
Covers the opening of the vagina.
Fleshy area located above the vaginal opening.
Two pairs of skin flaps that surround the vaginal opening.
Small sensory organ.
Vulva
Covers the opening of the vagina.
Mons pubis
Fleshy area located above the vaginal opening.
11 termscreated on January 22, 2017
IB 140 Reproductive Bio
protein & peptide hormones
amine hormones
fatty acid hormones
paracrine
derived from amino acids; GnRH, FSH, LH and PRL
derived from amino acids
another type of hormone made up of ester linkages
chemical messenger that acts locally and is not transported i…
protein & peptide hormones
derived from amino acids; GnRH, FSH, LH and PRL
amine hormones
derived from amino acids
20 termscreated on January 22, 2017
Chapter 5 - Sexual Selection: Competition for mates
parental investment defined by Triver's
polygynous
polyandrous
male variance
any investment by parent in an individual offspring that incr…
one male with several females
one female with several males
greater than females
parental investment defined by Triver's
any investment by parent in an individual offspring that incr…
polygynous
one male with several females
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