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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 21 (f)
Ascending aorta
Arch of the aorta
Basilar artery
Brachiocephalic trunk
Name this artery.
Ascending aorta
Arch of the aorta
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 21
hemodynamics
arteries
medium-sized, muscular arteries... small…
capillaries
study of the forces involved in circulating blood throughout…
blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
large elastic arteries divide into ___________, which divide…
as arterioles branch into various tissues they become _______…
hemodynamics
study of the forces involved in circulating blood throughout…
arteries
blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 21 (h)
Ascending aorta
Aortic Arch
Brachiocephalic trunk
Cerebral Arterial Circle
Name this artery.
Ascending aorta
Aortic Arch
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Physiology - Chapter 21
Which of the following is not consider…
What is the first area that food conta…
What type of contraction pattern allow…
What are the symptoms associated with…
Acid-base balance
Duodenum
Segmental
Diarrhea and dizziness
Which of the following is not consider…
Acid-base balance
What is the first area that food conta…
Duodenum
Physiology Chapter 21
circular folds
absorption
absorption in stomach
tonic contractions
increase surface area, allow food to slowly spiral down the d…
only occurs in stomach and small/large intestines
only lipid soluble molecules like alcohol
contractions that are constantly occurring to keep bolus movi…
circular folds
increase surface area, allow food to slowly spiral down the d…
absorption
only occurs in stomach and small/large intestines
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 21
The tunica intima contains
The tunica media contains
Commonly, the thickest layer in a smal…
The tunica external is the
An endothelial lining and a surrounding layer of connective t…
Concentric sheets of smooth muscle tissue in a framework of l…
Tunica media
Connective tissue sheath forming the outermost layer of vessels
The tunica intima contains
An endothelial lining and a surrounding layer of connective t…
The tunica media contains
Concentric sheets of smooth muscle tissue in a framework of l…
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Physiology Chapter 21
The walls of the gastrointestinal trac…
Which of the following carbohydrates c…
Which of the following molecules is(ar…
Which of the following terms can be as…
esophagus and anus
glucose
glucose and amino acids
emulsification and amphipathic
The walls of the gastrointestinal trac…
esophagus and anus
Which of the following carbohydrates c…
glucose
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 21
The tunica intima contains
The tunica media contains
Commonly, the thickest layer in a smal…
The tunica external is the
An endothelial lining and a surrounding layer of connective t…
Concentric sheets of smooth muscle tissue in a framework of l…
Tunica media
Connective tissue sheath forming the outermost layer of vessels
The tunica intima contains
An endothelial lining and a surrounding layer of connective t…
The tunica media contains
Concentric sheets of smooth muscle tissue in a framework of l…
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Physiology Chapter 21
Insulin
What does insulin promote?
How is the secretion of insulin stimul…
During what state does insulin secreti…
Peptide hormone secreted by beta cells. Located in the pancre…
The synthesis of energy storage molecules and other processes…
Associated with feeding and absorption of nutrients into the…
The absorptive period
Insulin
Peptide hormone secreted by beta cells. Located in the pancre…
What does insulin promote?
The synthesis of energy storage molecules and other processes…
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 21 (d)
Arteries
Veins
Angiogenesis
Tunica Interna
Carry blood away from the heart to other organs
Blood vessels that convey blood from the tissues back to the…
Refers to the growth of new blood vessels
Forms the inner lining of a blood vessel and is in direct con…
Arteries
Carry blood away from the heart to other organs
Veins
Blood vessels that convey blood from the tissues back to the…
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 21 (c)
Arteries
Elastic Artery
Muscular Artery
Arterioles
Carry blood away from heart
"Conducting"... Large Vessels (i.e. pulmonary trunk and aorta)... E…
"Distribution"... Medium-sized... Most arteries
"Resistance" ... Smallest branches of arteries
Arteries
Carry blood away from heart
Elastic Artery
"Conducting"... Large Vessels (i.e. pulmonary trunk and aorta)... E…
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 21 (e)
Tunica Interna
Tunica Media
Tunica Externa
Elastic Arteries
Inner layer of blood vessel. Consists of simple epithelium (e…
Thick, middle layer, elastic tissue, smooth muscle (influence…
Outer loose connective tissue. Largest vessels contain nerves…
Largest artery, immediately receiving blood from the ventricl…
Tunica Interna
Inner layer of blood vessel. Consists of simple epithelium (e…
Tunica Media
Thick, middle layer, elastic tissue, smooth muscle (influence…
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 21 (a)
arteries, arterioles, capillaries, ven…
Arteries
Arterioles
Capillaries
There are 5 general classes of blood vessels:
these carry blood away from the heart.
these are the smallest branches of arteries.
these are the smallest blood vessels, where diffusion between…
arteries, arterioles, capillaries, ven…
There are 5 general classes of blood vessels:
Arteries
these carry blood away from the heart.
Chapter 21 Physiology of Digestion
Mechanical Digestion
Chemical Digestion
Gastrointestinal motility
Autonomic Nervous System, Gastrointest…
physically breaking the food into smaller pieces
breaking down the food into simpler nutrients that can be use…
term used to describe the activity of this smooth muscle.
Gastro intestinal motility is regulated by which three mechan…
Mechanical Digestion
physically breaking the food into smaller pieces
Chemical Digestion
breaking down the food into simpler nutrients that can be use…
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 21(b)
Arteries
Veins
Angiogenesis
Tunica Interna
Carry blood away from the heart to other organs
Blood vessels that convey blood from the tissues back to the…
Refers to the growth of new blood vessels
Forms the inner lining of a blood vessel and is in direct con…
Arteries
Carry blood away from the heart to other organs
Veins
Blood vessels that convey blood from the tissues back to the…
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 21 (g)
Blood Vessels
Arteries
Arterioles
Capillaries
- Classified by size and histological organization... - Instrume…
- Carry blood AWAY from the heart... - Elasticity allows arterie…
- Smallest branches of arteries... - Have little or no tunica ex…
- Smallest blood vessels with thin walls... - Location of exchan…
Blood Vessels
- Classified by size and histological organization... - Instrume…
Arteries
- Carry blood AWAY from the heart... - Elasticity allows arterie…
Physiology Chapter 21
digestive system processes
motility
motility in the stomach
motility in the small intestine
motility, secretion, digestion, absorption
movement of material through the GI tract
peristaltic mixing and propulsion
mixing and propulsion by segmentation
digestive system processes
motility, secretion, digestion, absorption
motility
movement of material through the GI tract
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SVCC Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 21
Interdependent
Compartments
52%, 63%
Extracellular
Water balance and electrolyte balance are:
Body fluids occur in:
The body is ________ water(female) and ________(male).
37% of total water volume is ___________ with high Na, Cl, Ca…
Interdependent
Water balance and electrolyte balance are:
Compartments
Body fluids occur in:
Physiology - Chapter 21
Tonic Contractions
Phasic Contractions
Slow Wave Potentials
Migrating motor complex
Sustained for minutes or hours.
Contraction-relaxation cycles lasting only a few seconds
Cycles of smooth muscle contraction and relaxation associated…
"Housekeeping" function that sweeps food remnants and bacteri…
Tonic Contractions
Sustained for minutes or hours.
Phasic Contractions
Contraction-relaxation cycles lasting only a few seconds
63 terms
Physiology Chapter 21
Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, sm…
Salivary glands, pancreas, liver, gall…
Digestion, Absorption, Secretion, Moti…
mouth
organs/parts of Digestive (Gastrointestinal) Tract
accessory organs of the digestive tract
four processes of digestive system
where digestion begins
Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, sm…
organs/parts of Digestive (Gastrointestinal) Tract
Salivary glands, pancreas, liver, gall…
accessory organs of the digestive tract
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Anatomy & Physiology II Chapter 21
bacterial cells
immune system
lymphatic system
fluid recovery
body harbors 10,000 times as many as human cells, some are be…
not an organ system, but a cell population that inhabits all…
Network of organs and veinlike vessels that recover fluid • I…
Fluid continually filters from the blood capillaries into the…
bacterial cells
body harbors 10,000 times as many as human cells, some are be…
immune system
not an organ system, but a cell population that inhabits all…
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Physiology Chapter 21
Migrating Motor Complex
Gastric Inhibitory Peptide
Proteins
Blood draining from intestines flows d…
A pattern of slow contractions sweeping along the GI tract
Hormone that stimulates the release of insulin in response to…
Primarily digested by the stomach
Liver for filtering
Migrating Motor Complex
A pattern of slow contractions sweeping along the GI tract
Gastric Inhibitory Peptide
Hormone that stimulates the release of insulin in response to…
Anatomy and Physiology- Chapter 21
Uropygial (preen) gland
Beak
Claws
Feathers
A gland that is located at the upper base of the tail. Preeni…
A derivative of the skin that is the upper and lower mandible…
Horny sheath derived from specialized scales at the end of ea…
Outgrowths of skin that are made from protein. Functions incl…
Uropygial (preen) gland
A gland that is located at the upper base of the tail. Preeni…
Beak
A derivative of the skin that is the upper and lower mandible…
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Physiology chapter 21
Arteries
veins
Tunica interna
Tunica media
carry blood away from the heart
carry blood towards the heart
inner lining in direct contact with the blood. has an active…
composed of smooth muscle, regulates the diameter of the vess…
Arteries
carry blood away from the heart
veins
carry blood towards the heart
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Applied Physiology Chapter 21
Hem-
-Dynamic
Hemodynamic
Arteries
Iron... (hemodynamic)
Movement... (hemodynamic)
Movement of blood throughout the body
Large... smooth muscle... carry blood away from the heart to tissue…
Hem-
Iron... (hemodynamic)
-Dynamic
Movement... (hemodynamic)
Physiology Chapter 21
What is the function of the digestive…
What are the four processes of the Dig…
Function of the Mouth
Function of the Pharynx
Provide nutrients... Bring fluid to the bodies cells
Digestion... Absorption... Secretion ... Motility
Digestions begins here... Saliva has digestive immune functions
Allows air into the larynx and trachea... Brings food and liquid…
What is the function of the digestive…
Provide nutrients... Bring fluid to the bodies cells
What are the four processes of the Dig…
Digestion... Absorption... Secretion ... Motility
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Chapter 21 Physiology
Mechanical digestion refers to
Chemical digestion refers to
Which function(s) is/are NOT continuou…
Which of the following is an accessory…
the effects of chewing, churning, and segmentation
the enzymatic breakdown of food
absorption only
pancreas
Mechanical digestion refers to
the effects of chewing, churning, and segmentation
Chemical digestion refers to
the enzymatic breakdown of food
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Physiology Chapter 21
BMR
What is the most important hormone for…
what determines which path nutrients t…
3 paths for nutrients following intake?
(basal metabolic rate)- rate of energy expenditure of a perso…
Thyroxine
fast acting hormones
-catabolized for energy... -anabolism for synthesis of larger mo…
BMR
(basal metabolic rate)- rate of energy expenditure of a perso…
What is the most important hormone for…
Thyroxine
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chapter 21 physiology
lymphatic and immune system functions
immunity
lipid absorption
fluid recovery
maintain fluid balance and protect body from infection and di…
-fluids from all capillary beds are filtered... -immune cells st…
lacteals in small intestine absorb dietary lipids
absorbs plasma proteins and fluid (2 to 4 L/day) from tissues…
lymphatic and immune system functions
maintain fluid balance and protect body from infection and di…
immunity
-fluids from all capillary beds are filtered... -immune cells st…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 21: Blood Vessels and Circulation
tunica intima
tunica media
tunica externa
vasoconstriction
innermost layer of the blood vessel... -includes endothelial lin…
the middle layer of the blood vessel that contains smooth mus…
the outermost layer of a blood vessel... -forms a sheath of conn…
when arterial smooth muscles contract, constricting the artery
tunica intima
innermost layer of the blood vessel... -includes endothelial lin…
tunica media
the middle layer of the blood vessel that contains smooth mus…
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physiology chapter 21
_____ Humoral immunity
_____ Phagocytes
_____ Cellular immunity
_____ Inflammation
c. Third line of defense
b. Second line of defense
c. Third line of defense
b. Second line of defense
_____ Humoral immunity
c. Third line of defense
_____ Phagocytes
b. Second line of defense
Physiology: Chapter 21
Name the 3 main effects of the sympath…
Would arterial pressure increased more…
The left coronary artery supplies what…
The right coronary artery supplies wha…
Increased heart rate and increased pumping strength, arteriol…
Single muscle group; Vasodilation occurs only in the active m…
Anterior and left lateral portions of the left ventricle
Supplies most of right ventricle, as well as the posterior pa…
Name the 3 main effects of the sympath…
Increased heart rate and increased pumping strength, arteriol…
Would arterial pressure increased more…
Single muscle group; Vasodilation occurs only in the active m…
Human Physiology Chapter 21 Flashcards
Why is the gastrointestinal system of…
Why is the tract lumen and its content…
How many sections does the stomach hav…
What are the four sections to the gut…
Gastrointestinal disease accounts for more than 10% of money…
It is open to the outside world and is not actually enclosed…
There are three sections: The upper funds, the central body,…
The inner mucosa facing the lumen, the submucosa, the muscula…
Why is the gastrointestinal system of…
Gastrointestinal disease accounts for more than 10% of money…
Why is the tract lumen and its content…
It is open to the outside world and is not actually enclosed…
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Chapter 21- Human Physiology
mesentery
mucosa
submucosa
muscularis externa
double sheet of peritoneal membrane that stabilizes the posit…
mucous membrane consisting of an epithelium and a lamina prop…
layer of dense irregular connective tissue with blood and lym…
concentric layers of smooth muscle responsible for peristalsis
mesentery
double sheet of peritoneal membrane that stabilizes the posit…
mucosa
mucous membrane consisting of an epithelium and a lamina prop…
Physiology Chapter 21-2
Autoregulation
Mechanism of vasodilation
Factors of vasodilation
Mechanisms of vasoconstriction
Regulation at the tissue level, a type of cardiovascular regu…
Relax precapillary sphincter - increase blood flow to tissue
Decrease in oxygen, increase in carbon dioxide, increase in t…
Constrict precapillary sphincter - decrease blood flow to tis…
Autoregulation
Regulation at the tissue level, a type of cardiovascular regu…
Mechanism of vasodilation
Relax precapillary sphincter - increase blood flow to tissue
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Physiology Chapter 21
21.2 Energy Intake, Utilization, and S…
How are carbohydrates, proteins, and l…
Carbohydrates
Proteins
...
This may be better organized on page 10 of the slides
Absorbed as monosacharides.... The liver will convert monosacha…
Proteins are broken down into amino acids (DIPEPTIDES, AND TR…
21.2 Energy Intake, Utilization, and S…
...
How are carbohydrates, proteins, and l…
This may be better organized on page 10 of the slides
Chapter 21 Anatomy & Physiology
Angiogenesis
Arteries
Arterioles
Capillaries
the growth of new blood vessels
carry blood from the heart to the tissues
are small arteries that connect to capillaries.
are the site of substance exchange between the blood and body…
Angiogenesis
the growth of new blood vessels
Arteries
carry blood from the heart to the tissues
Physiology Chapter 21-1
Blood pressure
Arteries
Arterioles
Capillaries
Pressure exerted by the blood against the walls of the vessels
Receive blood from the heart under high pressure
Deliver blood to capillaries
Networks throughout the body tissues, exchange of molecules b…
Blood pressure
Pressure exerted by the blood against the walls of the vessels
Arteries
Receive blood from the heart under high pressure
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Physiology Chapter 21
What happens to blood flow in muscles…
Describe muscle capillaries during res…
What happens with decreased oxygen in…
What are the vasodilator substances th…
There is lower flow during the muscle contraction phase of ex…
During rest, some muscle capillaries have little or no flowin…
During exercise there is decreased oxygen because the muscles…
potassium ions... ATP... lactic acid... carbon dioxide ... (This is after…
What happens to blood flow in muscles…
There is lower flow during the muscle contraction phase of ex…
Describe muscle capillaries during res…
During rest, some muscle capillaries have little or no flowin…
Chapter 21 physiology
What does mechanical digestion refer to?
What organ is an accessory to digestion?
What structure/organ is a significant…
What is the sequence of layers from lu…
The effects of chewing, churning, and segmentation
Pancreas
Large intestine
Mucosa, submucosa, muscularis externa, serosa
What does mechanical digestion refer to?
The effects of chewing, churning, and segmentation
What organ is an accessory to digestion?
Pancreas
exercise physiology chapter 21
Exercise training specificity
Specific overload
Specific endurance
Greater blood flow in active tissues r…
refers to adaptations in metabolic and physiologic functions…
of short duration induces specific strength-power adaptations
training elicits specific aerobic system adaptations
Increased microcirculation... More effective redistribution of c…
Exercise training specificity
refers to adaptations in metabolic and physiologic functions…
Specific overload
of short duration induces specific strength-power adaptations
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Physiology Chapter 21
Which of the following is an example o…
Which of the following is an example o…
Which of the following cells of the pa…
Stress stimulates secretion of which o…
d
Stimulation of lipolysis
Beta cells
Growth hormone, epinephrine, thyroid hormones, ACTH
Which of the following is an example o…
d
Which of the following is an example o…
Stimulation of lipolysis
Chapter 21 Vascular Physiology
media
have thinner walls.
continuous capillaries
channeling blood toward the heart.
The muscular layer in the wall of a blood vessel is the tunica
Compared to arteries, veins
Capillaries that have a complete lining are called
Venous valves are responsible for
media
The muscular layer in the wall of a blood vessel is the tunica
have thinner walls.
Compared to arteries, veins
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Anatomy & Physiology - Chapter 21
Functions of the Circulatory System
Structural Features of Blood Vessels
Arteries
Veins
Carry blood... Exchange nutrients, waste products, and gases... Tra…
Arterties... Veins... Capillaries
- carry blood away from heart... - thick with a lot of elastic
- carry blood toward heart... - thick with less elastic
Functions of the Circulatory System
Carry blood... Exchange nutrients, waste products, and gases... Tra…
Structural Features of Blood Vessels
Arterties... Veins... Capillaries
Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 21
Functions of the Peripheral Circulation
Pulmonary & Systemic Circulations
Artery
Elastic artery
1. Transportation of blood, hormones, nutrients, gases, waste…
Closed system... Systematic flow rate = pulmonary flow rate
Resistance vessels, pressure reservoir... 1. Elastic... 2. Muscula…
large; high pressure hoses
Functions of the Peripheral Circulation
1. Transportation of blood, hormones, nutrients, gases, waste…
Pulmonary & Systemic Circulations
Closed system... Systematic flow rate = pulmonary flow rate
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Physiology Chapter 21
what does the GI tract move?
describe the volume of fluids that ent…
list and define the 4 processes of the…
GALT
nutrients, water, and electrolytes from the external environm…
about 2L per day enter the GI tract through the mouth. anothe…
digestion- chemical and mechanical breakdown of food into abs…
gut-associated lymphoid tissue- the largest collection of lym…
what does the GI tract move?
nutrients, water, and electrolytes from the external environm…
describe the volume of fluids that ent…
about 2L per day enter the GI tract through the mouth. anothe…
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Chapter 21 physiology
How are lipids transported in blood
What are names for good and bad choles…
how is energy balance regulated
where do we get our energy? what are s…
from GI to liver, adipose tissue and other cells in chylomicr…
LDL (bad): delivers cholesterol to cells, stores it in blood…
energy input = energy output... regulated by endocrine system an…
energy input = food intake, energy of consumed nutrients, vit…
How are lipids transported in blood
from GI to liver, adipose tissue and other cells in chylomicr…
What are names for good and bad choles…
LDL (bad): delivers cholesterol to cells, stores it in blood…
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 21 (b)
Blood flow from the heart and back.
Tunica interna
Tunica media
Tunica external
Large, elastic arteries-->muscular arteries-->arterioles-->ca…
Inner lining of a blood vessel composed of the endothelium an…
Middle layer of a blood vessel; a muscular and connective tis…
Outer covering of a blood vessel that consists of elastic and…
Blood flow from the heart and back.
Large, elastic arteries-->muscular arteries-->arterioles-->ca…
Tunica interna
Inner lining of a blood vessel composed of the endothelium an…
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Anthony and physiology chapter 21
varicose veins
phlebitis
gangrene
anastomosis
Gnarled, enlarged veins, most commonly appearing in the legs…
Inflammation of a vein
Dead tissue caused by an infection or lack of blood flow
An anastomosis is a surgical connection between two structure…
varicose veins
Gnarled, enlarged veins, most commonly appearing in the legs…
phlebitis
Inflammation of a vein
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Physiology - Chapter 21: Imbalances onward
hypertension
Primary/essential hypertension
Hypertension Risk Factors
Hypertension treatments
chronically elevated blood pressure characterized by sustaine…
90% of cases with no underlying cause
1. Heredity... 2. Diet with salt, sat fats, cholesterol, and ion…
improve diet, exercise, lose weight, stop smoking, manage str…
hypertension
chronically elevated blood pressure characterized by sustaine…
Primary/essential hypertension
90% of cases with no underlying cause
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