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1,259 terms
Physiology
What structures make up the Central Ne…
What is the breakdown of our Nervous s…
Sensory nerves are responsible for what?
Sensory nerves
The Brain and Spinal Cord
Central Nervous System... Peripheral Nervous System... Sensory (Aff…
These nerves are responsible for informing the CNS about what…
What structures make up the Central Ne…
The Brain and Spinal Cord
What is the breakdown of our Nervous s…
Central Nervous System... Peripheral Nervous System... Sensory (Aff…
166 terms
Physiology
Steady State
what facilitated the process that prov…
What is a drawback of use of ATP metab…
How do multicellular organisms adapt t…
The maintenance of nearly constant conditions over time... -- Re…
Semipermable membrane via Diffusion, endocytosis and exocytos…
It produces heat that needs to be dissipated
It uses cells, tissues, organs and organ systems to effective…
Steady State
The maintenance of nearly constant conditions over time... -- Re…
what facilitated the process that prov…
Semipermable membrane via Diffusion, endocytosis and exocytos…
22 terms
Physiology
reflex
motor neuron
sensory neuron
interneuron
an involuntary response to a stimulus; happens very quickly b…
a neuron that passes messages from the CNS to the body
a neuron that passes messages from the body to the CNS
a neuron that passes messages within the CNS
reflex
an involuntary response to a stimulus; happens very quickly b…
motor neuron
a neuron that passes messages from the CNS to the body
145 terms
Physiology
Bases
Acids
Ions
Transports via blood... Lubricant... Cools b…
Substances that combines with H+ (H+ acceptor) Ex. NH3, NaOH
Substances that release H+ (H+ donor) Ex. HCl, CO2
Electrically charged particles in the body. (Cations and anio…
What does water do in your body?
Bases
Substances that combines with H+ (H+ acceptor) Ex. NH3, NaOH
Acids
Substances that release H+ (H+ donor) Ex. HCl, CO2
570 terms
Physiology
communicating junctions at intercalate…
why is the heart muscle divided into t…
action potential in ventricular muscle?
plateau in the curve is representative…
gap junctions
to allow atria to contract a short time before ventricles
+120mv (-85 to +20mV)
membrane depolarization that lasts for about 0.2seconds... lengt…
communicating junctions at intercalate…
gap junctions
why is the heart muscle divided into t…
to allow atria to contract a short time before ventricles
2,000 terms
Physiology
In a ventricular pacemaker cell, what…
Anatomical and alveolar dead spaces to…
What three organs are necessary for th…
What is the effect of LH on the produc…
Phase 4; NE increase the slope of the prepotential, allowing…
Physiologic dead space is the total dead space of the respira…
Skin, liver, and kidneys
LH has no effect on the production of adrenal androgens; ACTH…
In a ventricular pacemaker cell, what…
Phase 4; NE increase the slope of the prepotential, allowing…
Anatomical and alveolar dead spaces to…
Physiologic dead space is the total dead space of the respira…
1,259 terms
Physiology
What structures make up the Central Ne…
What is the breakdown of our Nervous s…
Sensory nerves are responsible for what?
Sensory nerves
The Brain and Spinal Cord
Central Nervous System... Peripheral Nervous System... Sensory (Aff…
These nerves are responsible for informing the CNS about what…
What structures make up the Central Ne…
The Brain and Spinal Cord
What is the breakdown of our Nervous s…
Central Nervous System... Peripheral Nervous System... Sensory (Aff…
Physiology
What are the two different approaches…
What are the levels or organization fo…
What is the difference between anatomy…
What are the different tissue types an…
Teleological, which is based off of feeling/ answers the ques…
two of the same organisms=populations... two or more populations…
Anatomy is the study of structure and Physiology is the study…
Muscle is used for contractions and movement, nervous is used…
What are the two different approaches…
Teleological, which is based off of feeling/ answers the ques…
What are the levels or organization fo…
two of the same organisms=populations... two or more populations…
129 terms
Physiology
Glucose
Cellular Respiration
Glucose to Energy
Potential difference
C6 H12 O6
How we derive energy from the food we eat. Especially glucose…
Requires an addition of 6 Oxygen molecules (6-O2)
The difference in voltage between two points
Glucose
C6 H12 O6
Cellular Respiration
How we derive energy from the food we eat. Especially glucose…
36 terms
physiology
Role of regulation of the Adrenal gland
Adrenal Medulla is... part of the __nervo…
3 Zones of the Adrenal Cortex
3 Major Groups of Hormones of the Adre…
-Adaptive response to stress.... -Body water, Na+ and K+ balance…
sympathetic ... (neural crests cells)... make catecholamines (NE &…
(from mesoderm) 90% of wt
Role of regulation of the Adrenal gland
-Adaptive response to stress.... -Body water, Na+ and K+ balance…
Adrenal Medulla is... part of the __nervo…
sympathetic ... (neural crests cells)... make catecholamines (NE &…
Physiology
cilia
Primary cilium
Flagella
microvilli
Hairlike projections that extend from the plasma membrane and…
a single, nonmotile attachment which acts as a signal sensor.…
A long, whip-like filament that helps in cell motility. Many…
Fingerlike extensions of plasma membrane of apical epithelial…
cilia
Hairlike projections that extend from the plasma membrane and…
Primary cilium
a single, nonmotile attachment which acts as a signal sensor.…
25 terms
Physiology
Ouabain
Coupling ratio
Hodgkin and Huxley
Resting membrane potential
A Na+/k+ pump poison
the ratio in which a cell exchanges Na+/K+ in a 3:2 ratio
they found voltage within a neuron of a squid which read -63.
the natural state of the membrane
Ouabain
A Na+/k+ pump poison
Coupling ratio
the ratio in which a cell exchanges Na+/K+ in a 3:2 ratio
Physiology
Cephalon
Cervicis
Thoracis
Abdomen
head
neck
Chest
Abs
Cephalon
head
Cervicis
neck
12 terms
Physiology
Alveolus
Peristalsis
Oesophagus
Amino acids
Tiny air sac at the end of a bronchiole in the lungs that pro…
Involuntary waves of muscle contraction that keep food moving…
The muscular tube that carries food from the mouth to the sto…
Building blocks of protein
Alveolus
Tiny air sac at the end of a bronchiole in the lungs that pro…
Peristalsis
Involuntary waves of muscle contraction that keep food moving…
Physiology
Products of glycolosis
Catabolic
Products of citric acid cycle
Anabolic
2 atp 2 Nadh
Reactions that release energy thru breakdown of larger biomol…
1 atp 3 nadh 1 fadh2
Energy-utilizing reactions that result in the synthesis of la…
Products of glycolosis
2 atp 2 Nadh
Catabolic
Reactions that release energy thru breakdown of larger biomol…
Physiology
Physiology
Physiologists
Cardiovascular Physiology
Neurophysiology
examines how the body functions
focus on molecular or cellular level
functioning of the heart, blood vessels, and blood
functioning of nerves and nervous system organs
Physiology
examines how the body functions
Physiologists
focus on molecular or cellular level
1,250 terms
Physiology
abdomen
abduction
ABO
absorption
(ab´duo-men, ab-do´men) The portion of the trunk between the…
(ab-duk´shun) The movement of a body part away from the axis…
system The most common system of classification for red blood…
(ab-sorp´shun) The transport of molecules across epithelial m…
abdomen
(ab´duo-men, ab-do´men) The portion of the trunk between the…
abduction
(ab-duk´shun) The movement of a body part away from the axis…
101 terms
physiology
cardiovascular circuit pathway
force of blood flow definition
stead state blood flow
Left Ventricular Cardiac Output
Oxygenated blood from the lungs... --> pulmonary vein ... --> left…
= the pressure gradient (difference in blood pressure) across…
LV CO = RV CO = venous return
= rate of blood flow into aorta (aka systemic blood flow)
cardiovascular circuit pathway
Oxygenated blood from the lungs... --> pulmonary vein ... --> left…
force of blood flow definition
= the pressure gradient (difference in blood pressure) across…
12 terms
Physiology
Nernst equation
Overall Conductance equations
Net Voltage Driving Force
Negative Feedback
equilibrium potential
G=N x Po x g... I=GV
Vdf(ion)=V- E(ion)
sensor information returning to a comparator corrects the out…
Nernst equation
equilibrium potential
Overall Conductance equations
G=N x Po x g... I=GV
87 terms
physiology
histology
tissue is
name 4 primary tissues
all organs are lined with
study of tissue
similiar groups of cells and cell products that derive from s…
epithelial, connective, nervous, muscular tissue
epithelial tissue
histology
study of tissue
tissue is
similiar groups of cells and cell products that derive from s…
Physiology
Cell Theory
Plasma membrane
Functions of the plasma membrane are a…
Phospholipid Bilayer
- All cells came from other pre-existing cells... - All living t…
- outside of cell that provides protection and regulate excha…
- phospholipid bilayer... *proteins... *carbohydrates ... *lipids
-2 layers... -heads out (hydrophillic); tails in (hydrophobic)... -…
Cell Theory
- All cells came from other pre-existing cells... - All living t…
Plasma membrane
- outside of cell that provides protection and regulate excha…
Physiology
nervous system is composed of: (2 thin…
can neurons or supporting cells underg…
nerve butons end up in:
3 regions of a neuron
1. neurons (basic structural and functional units)... 2. support…
only supporting (glial) cells
1. another nerve... 2. muscle... 3. gland
1. cell body... 2. dendrites... 3. axon
nervous system is composed of: (2 thin…
1. neurons (basic structural and functional units)... 2. support…
can neurons or supporting cells underg…
only supporting (glial) cells
331 terms
Physiology
4 main functions of membranes
describe the the water molecule
Surface tension
what reduces surface tension?
signaling (receptors)... solute permeation/transport... adhesion an…
dipole and forms H bonds
G=yA... water molecules at the water-air interface are unstable…
surfactants
4 main functions of membranes
signaling (receptors)... solute permeation/transport... adhesion an…
describe the the water molecule
dipole and forms H bonds
Physiology
Function of the Circulatory System
Circulatory Transport
Circulatory Regulation
Circulatory Protection
Transport... Regulation... Protection
Delivery of Nutrients and O2... Removal of metabolic wastes and…
Distribution of hormones... Temperature regulation
Clotting after injury... Immune response
Function of the Circulatory System
Transport... Regulation... Protection
Circulatory Transport
Delivery of Nutrients and O2... Removal of metabolic wastes and…
115 terms
Physiology
Types of Phospholipids
Types of Glycerophospholipids
Plasmalogen
Phosphatidylethanolamine
1. Glycerophospholipids... 2. Sphingolipids
-Phosphatiylehanolamine (PE)... -PhosphatidylCholine (PC)... -Phosp…
Glycerophospholipids characterized by the presence of a vinyl…
Types of Phospholipids
1. Glycerophospholipids... 2. Sphingolipids
Types of Glycerophospholipids
-Phosphatiylehanolamine (PE)... -PhosphatidylCholine (PC)... -Phosp…
77 terms
Physiology
P Wave
QRS Complex
R Wave
S wave
small, atrial depolarization caused by SA node just before th…
Represents ventricular depolarization from the AV node to the…
tall upward reflection
medium downward reflection
P Wave
small, atrial depolarization caused by SA node just before th…
QRS Complex
Represents ventricular depolarization from the AV node to the…
1,259 terms
Physiology
What structures make up the Central Ne…
What is the breakdown of our Nervous s…
Sensory nerves are responsible for what?
Sensory nerves
The Brain and Spinal Cord
Central Nervous System... Peripheral Nervous System... Sensory (Aff…
These nerves are responsible for informing the CNS about what…
What structures make up the Central Ne…
The Brain and Spinal Cord
What is the breakdown of our Nervous s…
Central Nervous System... Peripheral Nervous System... Sensory (Aff…
148 terms
Physiology
anatomy
physiology
histology
metabolism
examines structures of the body parts
considers functions of body parts
study of tissues
chemical reactions in cells that use or release energy
anatomy
examines structures of the body parts
physiology
considers functions of body parts
95 terms
Physiology
Cardiac Output (CO)=
Fick Principle
Mean Arterial Pressure (MAP) =
Pulse Pressure (PP) =
SV X HR
CO = (rate of O2 consumption)/(arterial O2 content - venous O…
CO X TPR... or... 2/3 DBP + 1/3 SBP
SBP - DBP... -Proportional to SV... -Inversely proportional to arte…
Cardiac Output (CO)=
SV X HR
Fick Principle
CO = (rate of O2 consumption)/(arterial O2 content - venous O…
101 terms
Physiology
Voltage is _______ energy
Ohm's law
What is the resting membrane potential?
How do you calculate electrochemical g…
Potential
V = IR (mV = nA x MOhms)
-70mV
Voltage is _______ energy
Potential
Ohm's law
V = IR (mV = nA x MOhms)
1,259 terms
Physiology
What structures make up the Central Ne…
What is the breakdown of our Nervous s…
Sensory nerves are responsible for what?
Sensory nerves
The Brain and Spinal Cord
Central Nervous System... Peripheral Nervous System... Sensory (Aff…
These nerves are responsible for informing the CNS about what…
What structures make up the Central Ne…
The Brain and Spinal Cord
What is the breakdown of our Nervous s…
Central Nervous System... Peripheral Nervous System... Sensory (Aff…
43 terms
Physiology
Head
Neck
Face
Skull
Cephalic
Cervical
Facial
Cranial
Head
Cephalic
Neck
Cervical
127 terms
Physiology
Homeostasis
Osmotic equilibrium
Chemical Disequilibrium
Electrical Disequilibrium
Only reached with water
Fluid concentrations are equal on the 2 sides of the cell mem…
Some solutes are more concentrated in ECF or ICF than the other
Inside of the cells is slightly negative relative to the ECF
Homeostasis
Only reached with water
Osmotic equilibrium
Fluid concentrations are equal on the 2 sides of the cell mem…
Physiology
Erythropoiesis
Hemostasis
Platelets
Capillary diffusion
The process which produces red blood cells. It is stimulated…
Physiological mechanism that stops bleeding. 3-step process:…
Cell fragments. Have granules (rough edges) and are important…
Exchange of nutrients and metabolic end products.
Erythropoiesis
The process which produces red blood cells. It is stimulated…
Hemostasis
Physiological mechanism that stops bleeding. 3-step process:…
26 terms
physiology
do catecholamines use second messenger…
are catecholamine receptors metabotrop…
what is the second messenger in alpha-…
what is the second messenger in beta-a…
yes
metabotrophic
PLC... calcium; makes it excitatory
cAMP... potassium; makes it inhibitory
do catecholamines use second messenger…
yes
are catecholamine receptors metabotrop…
metabotrophic
54 terms
Physiology
What are the four objectives of a micr…
How do you calculate the magnification…
Cell (plasma) membrane
Cytoplasm
4x, 10, 40, & 100x
Total magnification power X ocular... ocular = 10x mag
Controls passage of materials in & out of cell
- Contains molecules for breaking down waste & aid metabolic…
What are the four objectives of a micr…
4x, 10, 40, & 100x
How do you calculate the magnification…
Total magnification power X ocular... ocular = 10x mag
8 terms
physiology
physiology
homeostasis
negative feedback controls
homeostasis receptor
-study of the function of living organisms
-stage of body equilibrium or stable internal environment... -po…
-body senses an internal change from normal range of function…
-senses changes in environment... -sends info to control center
physiology
-study of the function of living organisms
homeostasis
-stage of body equilibrium or stable internal environment... -po…
46 terms
physiology
what are the 3 ways that the skin cont…
disruption of the skin barrier leads to:
what type of challenges is skin a barr…
what are the 4 main functions of the s…
1) insulation... 2) heat exchange via blood flow... 3) latent heat…
increased transepidermal water loss
1) water... 2) mechanical... 3) chemical... 4) microbial
1) barrier... 2) maintain body temp... 3) produce vitamin D... 4) senses
what are the 3 ways that the skin cont…
1) insulation... 2) heat exchange via blood flow... 3) latent heat…
disruption of the skin barrier leads to:
increased transepidermal water loss
9 terms
Physiology
What bones to the Fibula and Tibia art…
What bones of the forearm articulate w…
What bone does the acromion process ar…
Starling's Law of the Capillary
- Proximal head if fibula articles with proximal end of tibia…
- Radius and Carpals
Humerus
- Hydrostatic pressure propels contents including albumin thr…
What bones to the Fibula and Tibia art…
- Proximal head if fibula articles with proximal end of tibia…
What bones of the forearm articulate w…
- Radius and Carpals
28 terms
Physiology
Ciguatoxin(block inactivation of Na ch…
Batratoxin(block inactivation of Na ch…
Highest K conductance is at
2/3 of hyperpolarization and whole dep…
comes from fish
Comes from Frog
at midpoint of action potential
Absolute refractory period.
Ciguatoxin(block inactivation of Na ch…
comes from fish
Batratoxin(block inactivation of Na ch…
Comes from Frog
Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Divisions of physiology
Cell Physiology
Study of structure and the relationships among structures. (S…
Study of how the parts function together. Explains how and why.
Cell Physiology, systemic Physiology, exercise physiology, pa…
Study of the function of cells. Chemical process within cells…
Anatomy
Study of structure and the relationships among structures. (S…
Physiology
Study of how the parts function together. Explains how and why.
13 terms
Physiology
Integrated function
Mechanistic approach
Translational Research
Muscle Tissue
Why the individual parts of the body work together?
How various levels of organization are integrated?
How is the understanding applied to the overall function of t…
Functions:... Movement... Maintenance of posture... Joint stabilizatio…
Integrated function
Why the individual parts of the body work together?
Mechanistic approach
How various levels of organization are integrated?
13 terms
Physiology
Plane
Osteon
Osteocytes
Canalculi
intercarpal and intertarsal joints
Complex consisting of central canal and matrix rings; found i…
Mature bone cells
Tiny canals
Plane
intercarpal and intertarsal joints
Osteon
Complex consisting of central canal and matrix rings; found i…
Physiology
epiphyseal plate
medullary cavity
red bone marrow
yellow bone marrow
(growth plate) band of cartilage between epiphysis and diaphy…
hollow in diaphysis, smaller areas in epiphysis
makes blood cells and pallets
stores fat
epiphyseal plate
(growth plate) band of cartilage between epiphysis and diaphy…
medullary cavity
hollow in diaphysis, smaller areas in epiphysis
Physiology
Plantar
Sural
Popliteal
Femoral
Bottom foot
Calf
Behind the knee
Thigh
Plantar
Bottom foot
Sural
Calf
Physiology
Lymphatic (immune system)
Endocrine (hormonal)
Nervous system
Skeletal system
Defends against infection and disease; returns tissue fluid t…
Directs long-term changes in other organ systems
Directs immediate response to stimuli; usually by coordinatin…
Provides support; protects tissues; stores minerals; forms bl…
Lymphatic (immune system)
Defends against infection and disease; returns tissue fluid t…
Endocrine (hormonal)
Directs long-term changes in other organ systems
Physiology
Cell differentation
Homostatsis
Set point sensors
Negative feedback
Cell becomes specialiezed to preform a specific functiom
Dynamic process ex. Body temp
(Homeostatic control)... Body knows range that certain processes…
Common... Product in the pathway used in a pathway used to shut…
Cell differentation
Cell becomes specialiezed to preform a specific functiom
Homostatsis
Dynamic process ex. Body temp
Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Anatomical position
Prone
The study of the structures of the body and the relationship…
Deals with the functions of the body parts
The reference point from which anatomical structures are desc…
Lying face down
Anatomy
The study of the structures of the body and the relationship…
Physiology
Deals with the functions of the body parts
Physiology
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Posterior
Above. Close to head
Below. Close to feet
Towards front of body
Towards back of body
Superior
Above. Close to head
Inferior
Below. Close to feet
38 terms
Physiology
Circulatory
Digestive
Endo Craddick system
Mechanism approach
Transfer material between cells of the body think heart and b…
Convert food into particles that can be transported into the…
...
The ability to explain the mechanisms that underlie physiolog…
Circulatory
Transfer material between cells of the body think heart and b…
Digestive
Convert food into particles that can be transported into the…
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