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FINAL EXAM REVIEW- MAMPHYS
aspirin causes ulcers
aspirin as an anticoagulant
cortisol-induced hypertension
why can PNS axons regenerate
inhibits cyclooxygenase, which makes prostaglandin and inhibi…
inhibits cyclooxygenase which makes prostaglandin, which caus…
-cortisol is an agonist of aldosterone, so excess cortisol bi…
immune cells clean up severed axon debris, nuerolemma form re…
aspirin causes ulcers
inhibits cyclooxygenase, which makes prostaglandin and inhibi…
aspirin as an anticoagulant
inhibits cyclooxygenase which makes prostaglandin, which caus…
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mamphys 3
response to increase in catabolism
shunting
baroreceptors
baroreceptors located in
vasodilation of vessels to tissue and inhibit smooth muscle c…
diverting blood vessel dilation to tissues that need O2 and n…
mechanoreceptors... short term regulation, phasic... send signals t…
aortic arch and carotid artery to sense changes in BP
response to increase in catabolism
vasodilation of vessels to tissue and inhibit smooth muscle c…
shunting
diverting blood vessel dilation to tissues that need O2 and n…
Mamphys topic 3
What are endocrine glands
what are major glands of the endocrine…
what does the hypothalamus produce
what does the parathyroid gland produce
ductless glands that release chemical regulators called hormo…
hypthalamus, parathyroid, thyroid, pituitary, kidney, thymus,…
ADH, oxytocin, regulatory hormones
PTH (parathyroid hormone)
What are endocrine glands
ductless glands that release chemical regulators called hormo…
what are major glands of the endocrine…
hypthalamus, parathyroid, thyroid, pituitary, kidney, thymus,…
MAMPHYS topic 1
Define Physiology
define homeostasis
what is the circle of homeostasis, the…
If body temperature changes, what is t…
Physiology, or "Fizzy-ology" is the study of soda beverages.…
steady physiological condition of the body, or internal balan…
1 - stimulus changes variable ... 2 - RECEPTOR detects change ... 3…
receptor - nerve cells in skin / brain ... control center - temp…
Define Physiology
Physiology, or "Fizzy-ology" is the study of soda beverages.…
define homeostasis
steady physiological condition of the body, or internal balan…
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mamphys exam 1
simple vs stratified epithelial
homestatic imbalance
microvilli good for
cilia good for
simple-one layer... stratified-2+ layers
neg feedbacks are overwhelmed and pos take over, control syst…
absorption due to inc surface area
propulsion, all beat in synchrony
simple vs stratified epithelial
simple-one layer... stratified-2+ layers
homestatic imbalance
neg feedbacks are overwhelmed and pos take over, control syst…
Mamphys Exam 1
Triglyceride
Peptide bond
Polypeptide
Mutation
referred to as fats. Form when a glycerol bonds to 3 fatty ac…
Covalent bond formed between an amino acid and a carboxyl gro…
Sequence of amino acids linked by a peptide bond.
alteration in primary structure.
Triglyceride
referred to as fats. Form when a glycerol bonds to 3 fatty ac…
Peptide bond
Covalent bond formed between an amino acid and a carboxyl gro…
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mamphys topic 2
tissue
is skin and its derivatives, including…
is the epithelial lining of the mouth…
is the cornea and lens of eye from the…
group of similar cells that performs common functions
ectoderm
ectoderm
ectoderm
tissue
group of similar cells that performs common functions
is skin and its derivatives, including…
ectoderm
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Mamphys Exam 1
Afferent
Efferent
Satellite Cells
Schwann Cells
Flow of information from sensory receptors towards the CNS (s…
Flow of information away from CNS , to muscles (motor commands)
Located in PNS (ganglia); regulates O2, CO2, nutrient, and ne…
Located in PNS; (surrounding all axons); myelination of perip…
Afferent
Flow of information from sensory receptors towards the CNS (s…
Efferent
Flow of information away from CNS , to muscles (motor commands)
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exam one for mamphys
chemical < cells < tissue < organs < o…
homeostasis
positive feedback
positive feedback
the levels of organization
the condition of relative internal stability maintained by ph…
blood clotting (+ or - feedback?)
production of action potentials (+ or - feedback?)
chemical < cells < tissue < organs < o…
the levels of organization
homeostasis
the condition of relative internal stability maintained by ph…
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mamphys post exam 3
most reabsorption occurs here
diabetes pathology
countercurrent multiplier
juxtamedullary nephron multiplier
PCT- permeable to water and has simple cuboidal epithelial ce…
glucose reabsorption needs GLUTs carrier to bring glucose out…
water reabsorbed from descending limb... solute reabsorbed from…
vasa recta enforces gradient by running opposite to loop of h…
most reabsorption occurs here
PCT- permeable to water and has simple cuboidal epithelial ce…
diabetes pathology
glucose reabsorption needs GLUTs carrier to bring glucose out…
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MAMPHYS Skeletal Muscles
What are the three types of muscle tis…
Which muscle tissues are sitrated, whi…
which muscle tissues are multinucleate…
3 types of connective tissue used in m…
skeletal muscle tissue... cardiac muscle tissue... smooth muscle ti…
skeletal and cardiac muscles are sitrated... and smooth muscl…
skeletal are multinucleated ... cardiac and smooth have uninucl…
endomysium, ... perimysium, and endomysium
What are the three types of muscle tis…
skeletal muscle tissue... cardiac muscle tissue... smooth muscle ti…
Which muscle tissues are sitrated, whi…
skeletal and cardiac muscles are sitrated... and smooth muscl…
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MAMPHYS Circulatory System BLOOD
2 systems of the circulatory system
lymphatic system is made up of.... ... w…
diffuse lymphatic tissue
lymph organs
cardiovascular system... blood circulation... lymphatic system..…
lymphs ... similar to intestinal fluid
tonsils, mucosa lymph tissue, red bone marrow
thymus, spleen, lymph nodes
2 systems of the circulatory system
cardiovascular system... blood circulation... lymphatic system..…
lymphatic system is made up of.... ... w…
lymphs ... similar to intestinal fluid
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Mamphys Increase Decrease Exam 3
Raising after load ____ stroke volume
Lowering afterload _____ stroke volume
Raising after load _____ ESV
Lowering after load ______ ESV
decreases
increases
increases
decreases
Raising after load ____ stroke volume
decreases
Lowering afterload _____ stroke volume
increases
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mamphys exam 2
smooth muscle filaments
stretching smooth muscle ___ contracti…
single unit muscle cells found where
multiunit muscle cells found where
more thin than thick
increases
lining walls of organs
iris to contract pupils, skin for goosebumps
smooth muscle filaments
more thin than thick
stretching smooth muscle ___ contracti…
increases
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MAMPHYS ANS powerpoint
what makes up the CNS
what makes up the PNS
what makes up efferent division of ner…
what makes up the afferent division of…
brain and spinal cord
cranial nerves and spinal nerves... peripheral nervous system…
muscle fibers... conducts impulses from CNS to effectors (mus…
somatic and visual sensory nerve fibers... conduct info from…
what makes up the CNS
brain and spinal cord
what makes up the PNS
cranial nerves and spinal nerves... peripheral nervous system…
CV week 2
Which of the following can describe Ph…
Which of the following allows electric…
Rank the following events in order, 1…
Which of the following accurately desc…
Increase in Ca permeability... Membrane potential stays relative…
Gap Junctions
1. SA node triggers an action potential... 2. Signals travels th…
Is the origin of the Cardiac Impulse... Is located in the wall o…
Which of the following can describe Ph…
Increase in Ca permeability... Membrane potential stays relative…
Which of the following allows electric…
Gap Junctions
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biol 646 exam 2 questions
True or False: The ANS has effects on…
Classify the following characteristics…
Classify the following characteristics…
Which of the following mechanism is/ar…
False
innervates smooth and cardiac muscle, glands and GI neurons-A…
Ganglia lie within, or very close to, innervated organs-Paras…
G-proteins is activated, converting GDP to GTP which the infl…
True or False: The ANS has effects on…
False
Classify the following characteristics…
innervates smooth and cardiac muscle, glands and GI neurons-A…
Manchester united spillere
1
20
50
4
David de Gea
Sergio Romero
Sam Johnstone
Phil Jones
1
David de Gea
20
Sergio Romero
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Digestive Hormones
gastrin
serotonin
histamine
somatostatin
site: stomach mucosa... sfp: food in stomach, acetylcholine rele…
site: stomach mucosa... sfp: food in stomach... target: stomach ... ac…
site: stomach mucosa... sfp: food in stomach... activity~~... (stomac…
site: stomach mucosa, duodenal mucosa... sfp: food in stomach; s…
gastrin
site: stomach mucosa... sfp: food in stomach, acetylcholine rele…
serotonin
site: stomach mucosa... sfp: food in stomach... target: stomach ... ac…
MEMPHIS topic 5
what are the 4 protective structures o…
Cranium
dura mater
archnoid mater
cranium, meninges, cerebrospinal fluid, blood-brain barrier
the skull ha
outermost meninx of meninges
middle meninx of meninges
what are the 4 protective structures o…
cranium, meninges, cerebrospinal fluid, blood-brain barrier
Cranium
the skull ha
MEMPHIS topic 4
PNS
afferent division
efferent division
Somatic nervous system
peripheral nervous system, the nervous system outside of the…
division of PNS, sensory division
division of PNS, somatic and autonomic motor nerves
conducts impulses from the CNS to the skeletal muscles
PNS
peripheral nervous system, the nervous system outside of the…
afferent division
division of PNS, sensory division
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NBA
Detroit
Cleveland
Miami
Philadelphia
Andre Drummond
Lebron James
Dwane Wade
Jahil Okafor or Nerlens Noel
Detroit
Andre Drummond
Cleveland
Lebron James
MEMPHIS topic 6
What is the route of sensory neurons
referred pain
phantom limb pain
receptive field
receptors - afferent first order neuron - spinal cord - seocn…
activation of nociceptors from visceral organs that also serv…
2nd and 3rd order neurons send impulses so that area of the s…
several neurons converge which gives a filed of feeling... se…
What is the route of sensory neurons
receptors - afferent first order neuron - spinal cord - seocn…
referred pain
activation of nociceptors from visceral organs that also serv…
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Chapter 17 : Blood
All of the following can be expected w…
A lack of intrinsic factor, leading to…
Which of the following is not a phase…
Blood is a ________.
low blood viscosity
pernicious anemia
fibrinolysis
suspension
All of the following can be expected w…
low blood viscosity
A lack of intrinsic factor, leading to…
pernicious anemia
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Respiratory
What constitutes the Upper Airway?
What constitutes the Lower Airway?
what are the Pleura? ... what are the 2 t…
what is Airway Resistance?
Nose, ... Paranasal Sinuses, ... Pharynx, ... Larynx
Trachea, ... Lungs, ... Bronchi, ... Bronchioles, ... Alveoli
(Surface area of lungs)... • Parietal—lines thoracic pleura cavi…
determined by size of airway through which air is flowing
What constitutes the Upper Airway?
Nose, ... Paranasal Sinuses, ... Pharynx, ... Larynx
What constitutes the Lower Airway?
Trachea, ... Lungs, ... Bronchi, ... Bronchioles, ... Alveoli
Memphis KEY VOCAB
mediastinum
pericardium
myocardium
endocardium
the area where the heart is located
membraneous, fluid filled sac that encases the heart
cardiac muscle
endothelium lining of the heart chamber
mediastinum
the area where the heart is located
pericardium
membraneous, fluid filled sac that encases the heart
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Chapter 17 - Mechanics of Breathing
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: A... Section Title: Introduction... Learning Outcome: 17.1
: A... Section Title: The Respiratory System... Learning Outcome: 1…
: B... Section Title: The Respiratory System... Learning Outcome: 1…
: D... Section Title: The Respiratory System... Learning Outcome: 1…
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: A... Section Title: Introduction... Learning Outcome: 17.1
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: A... Section Title: The Respiratory System... Learning Outcome: 1…
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Chapter 16 - Blood
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: C... Section Title: Plasma and the Cellular Elements of Blood…
: A... Section Title: Plasma and the Cellular Elements of Blood…
: C... Section Title: Plasma and the Cellular Elements of Blood…
: B... Section Title: Plasma and the Cellular Elements of Blood…
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: C... Section Title: Plasma and the Cellular Elements of Blood…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: A... Section Title: Plasma and the Cellular Elements of Blood…
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Ancient Egypt
Cataracts
Delta
Pharoh
Dynasty
Strong rapids on a river
A triangle shaped area of land made of soil deposited by a ri…
The total used by rulers of Egypt
A series of rulers from the same family
Cataracts
Strong rapids on a river
Delta
A triangle shaped area of land made of soil deposited by a ri…
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Chapter 21 - The Digestive System
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
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: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: E... Section Title: Digestion and Absorption... Learning Outcome:…
: C... Section Title: Digestion and Absorption... Learning Outcome:…
: A... Section Title: Regulation of GI Function... Learning Outcome…
: B... Section Title: Secretion... Learning Outcome: 21.1
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: E... Section Title: Digestion and Absorption... Learning Outcome:…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: C... Section Title: Digestion and Absorption... Learning Outcome:…
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Study guide chapter 2
Cataract
Papyrus
Pyramids
pharaohs
the cataracts, large ships can use the Nile only for its last…
a reed plant that grew along the shores of the Nile, became a…
entirely of stone
The rulers of Egypt
Cataract
the cataracts, large ships can use the Nile only for its last…
Papyrus
a reed plant that grew along the shores of the Nile, became a…
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Chapter 15 - Blood Flow and the Control of Blood Pressure
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: B... Section Title: Introduction... Learning Outcome: 15.11
: A... Section Title: The Blood Vessels... Learning Outcome: 15.1
: E... Section Title: The Blood Vessels... Learning Outcome: 15.1
: C... Section Title: The Blood Vessels... Learning Outcome: 15.1
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: B... Section Title: Introduction... Learning Outcome: 15.11
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: A... Section Title: The Blood Vessels... Learning Outcome: 15.1
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Chapter 19 - The Kidneys
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
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: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: C... Section Title: Functions of the Kidneys... Learning Outcome:…
: E... Section Title: Functions of the Kidneys... Learning Outcome:…
: A... Section Title: Functions of the Kidneys... Learning Outcome:…
: C... Section Title: Functions of the Kidneys... Learning Outcome:…
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: C... Section Title: Functions of the Kidneys... Learning Outcome:…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: E... Section Title: Functions of the Kidneys... Learning Outcome:…
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MamPhys Topic 11
systole
diastole
what happens during atrial systole
isovolumetric ventricle contraction
when the heart contracts
when the heart relaxes
some extra blood is forced into the ventricle
the force in the ventricle closes the AV valves but the semil…
systole
when the heart contracts
diastole
when the heart relaxes
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Chapter 14 - Cardiovascular Physiology
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: D... Section Title: Overview of the Cardiovascular System... Lear…
: A... Section Title: Overview of the Cardiovascular System... Lear…
: C... Section Title: Overview of the Cardiovascular System... Lear…
: B... Section Title: Overview of the Cardiovascular System... Lear…
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: D... Section Title: Overview of the Cardiovascular System... Lear…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: A... Section Title: Overview of the Cardiovascular System... Lear…
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MamPhys exam 1
Pacinian corpuscle
Ruffini corpuscle
Meissner's corpuscle
Merkel's corpuscle
detect deep vibration; rapid adapting; important for gripping
detect stretch; slow adapting; important for sensing pinching
detect slipping; rapid adapting; important for light touch, a…
detect pressure; slow adapting
Pacinian corpuscle
detect deep vibration; rapid adapting; important for gripping
Ruffini corpuscle
detect stretch; slow adapting; important for sensing pinching
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Urinary Multiple Choice A&P 2
Which is not true?... a. cortical nephron…
External urethral sphincter is formed…
Net glomerular filtration pressure is…
Which is true?... a. aldosterone comes fr…
E
A
C
D
Which is not true?... a. cortical nephron…
E
External urethral sphincter is formed…
A
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Chapter 18 - Gas Exchange and Transport
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: E... Section Title: Gas Exchange in the Lungs and Tissues... Lear…
: E... Section Title: Gas Exchange in the Lungs and Tissues... Lear…
: B... Section Title: Gas Exchange in the Lungs and Tissues... Lear…
: A... Section Title: Gas Exchange in the Lungs and Tissues... Lear…
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: E... Section Title: Gas Exchange in the Lungs and Tissues... Lear…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: E... Section Title: Gas Exchange in the Lungs and Tissues... Lear…
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Chapter 20 - Integrative Physiology II: Fluid and Electrolyte Balance
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: B... Section Title: Fluid and Electrolyte Homeostasis... Learning…
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: C... Section Title: Fluid and Electrolyte Homeostasis... Learning…
: D... Section Title: Fluid and Electrolyte Homeostasis... Learning…
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approa…
: B... Section Title: Fluid and Electrolyte Homeostasis... Learning…
: Level I: Reviewing Facts and Terms (…
: B... Section Title: Fluid and Electrolyte Homeostasis... Learning…
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Lec 1 Botany ASU 2021
Folk Medicine
Forests and Meadows
Gastrointestinal discomfort or death
Spices or condiments
Emerged by acquiring knowledge of crude drugs ( trails and er…
They were the pharmacies that supplied the primitive man with…
Are caused by certain mushrooms , berries and roots
Preserve meat and mask the unpleasant flavor
Folk Medicine
Emerged by acquiring knowledge of crude drugs ( trails and er…
Forests and Meadows
They were the pharmacies that supplied the primitive man with…
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MamPhys Exam 3
Cardiac Output
Stroke Volume
Mean Arterial Pressure
Pulse Pressure
CO = heart rate (HR) x stroke volume (SV)
SV = diastolic end volume - systolic end volume... (volume after…
MAP = diastolic + 1/3 (systolic - diastolic)... OR... MAP = cardi…
Pulse pressure = systolic - diastolic
Cardiac Output
CO = heart rate (HR) x stroke volume (SV)
Stroke Volume
SV = diastolic end volume - systolic end volume... (volume after…
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MamPhys Exam III
blood pressure (arterial systemic pres…
systole & diastole
compliance
What factors determine BP?
*arteries>arterioles>capillaries>venules>veins... *systemic pres…
systole: 120 (ventricular contraction)... diastole: 80 (relaxati…
-V/P (units: L/mmHg)... -determined by the stretchability of the…
1. fluid in the system (increase in V, increase in P)... 2. comp…
blood pressure (arterial systemic pres…
*arteries>arterioles>capillaries>venules>veins... *systemic pres…
systole & diastole
systole: 120 (ventricular contraction)... diastole: 80 (relaxati…
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MamPhys Final - random stuff!
pacemaker cell function
internodal pathways
bundle of His
Purkinje fibers
spontaneously depolarize membrane potentials, generating acti…
systems of conduction fibers that run through the walls of th…
bundle of muscle fibers located in the inter ventricular sept…
branches stemming from bundle branches that spread through th…
pacemaker cell function
spontaneously depolarize membrane potentials, generating acti…
internodal pathways
systems of conduction fibers that run through the walls of th…
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MamPhys exam 1
action potential
afferent neuron
axon terminal
central nervous system
large change in membrane potential of excitable cells in whic…
neuron that transmits either sensory information or visceral…
the end of the axon that forms a synapse with another neuron…
division of the nervous system that includes the brain and sp…
action potential
large change in membrane potential of excitable cells in whic…
afferent neuron
neuron that transmits either sensory information or visceral…
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A&P Ch. 9 Muscular System
Why are muscle cells called fibers?
What is the Sarcolemma?
What is Sarcoplasm?
What is the Sarcoplasmic Reticulum?
because they have a thread-like shape
the plasma membrane of a muscle fiber (cell).
the cytoplasm of a muscle fiber (cell).
a network of tubules and sacs found in muscle fibers. It is s…
Why are muscle cells called fibers?
because they have a thread-like shape
What is the Sarcolemma?
the plasma membrane of a muscle fiber (cell).
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A&P Ch. 10 Nervous System 1
What are the 3 major parts of the nerv…
Define Central Nervous System (CNS):
Define Peripheral Nervous System (PNS):
List all the parts and sub-parts for t…
1) Brain... 2) Spinal Cord... 3) Nerves... - Cranial Nerves... - Sp…
the brain and spinal cord
nerves connecting the brain and spinal cord to other parts of…
A) Sensory division... B) Motor division... 1) Somatic Nervous S…
What are the 3 major parts of the nerv…
1) Brain... 2) Spinal Cord... 3) Nerves... - Cranial Nerves... - Sp…
Define Central Nervous System (CNS):
the brain and spinal cord
Rock and Roll Final
Big 3 in the development of funk
2 Important Studio Bands that came fro…
Ziggy Stardust and Dark Side of the Mo…
2 bands important to the New Wave of B…
Goerge Clinton, James Brown, Sly Stone
Funk Brothers, Booker T and the MG's
Concept Albums
Motorhead and Iron Maiden
Big 3 in the development of funk
Goerge Clinton, James Brown, Sly Stone
2 Important Studio Bands that came fro…
Funk Brothers, Booker T and the MG's
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