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Physiology Dr.Yordy Voc.1
Physiology
Cell
Unicellular
Multi-Cellular
study of the function of living things
basic unit of structure and function in living things
having or consisting of a single cell
consisting of many cells
Physiology
study of the function of living things
Cell
basic unit of structure and function in living things
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Urinary Physiology I Dr Yordy - Thx Annie
Urine:
Metabolic water:
Insensible water loss:
Explain the important role of the urin…
derived from plasma, pH = 5-8, contains nitrogenous wastes
water produced by cellular respiration (in making ATP)
: water loss that cant be measured (ex: sweat, breathing, tea…
waste disposal... -regulate body's water content... -regulate body'…
Urine:
derived from plasma, pH = 5-8, contains nitrogenous wastes
Metabolic water:
water produced by cellular respiration (in making ATP)
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Urinary Physiology II Dr Yordy - Thx Annie
Filtration:
Net filtration pressure:
Glomerular pressure:
Colloidal osmotic pressure:
: materials move via bulk flow from capillaries to tubules of…
: force of blood passing through filtration units (glumerulus)
: forces fluids and solutes out of blood and into Bowmans cap…
proteins that ensure fluids pass in/out of capillaries at pro…
Filtration:
: materials move via bulk flow from capillaries to tubules of…
Net filtration pressure:
: force of blood passing through filtration units (glumerulus)
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Urinary Physiology III Dr Yordy - Thx Annie
Reabsorption:
Micturition:
. Explain the process of reabsorption.
Describe the processes by which reabso…
follows filtration, materials from tubules are moved back int…
: urination, releasing urine from bladder
Reabsorption is a process through diffusion, osmosis, active…
Diffusion/Osmosis: concentration gradients... Facilitated transp…
Reabsorption:
follows filtration, materials from tubules are moved back int…
Micturition:
: urination, releasing urine from bladder
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Dr Yordy Exam 1
Glycolysis
Anaerobic and Aerobic Fate of Pyruvate
Krebs cycle (citric acid)
Electron transport
No Oxy Anaerobic--Cytoplasm-- Net ATP 2---Pyruvate 2 --electr…
Anaerobic --Lactic acid- necessary to regenerate NAD + -----A…
aerobic OXYGEN Yes Location mitochondrial matrix,Yield 2GTP=…
Oxygen yes ,Location Inner membrane,Mitochondrial cristae Pro…
Glycolysis
No Oxy Anaerobic--Cytoplasm-- Net ATP 2---Pyruvate 2 --electr…
Anaerobic and Aerobic Fate of Pyruvate
Anaerobic --Lactic acid- necessary to regenerate NAD + -----A…
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Dr. Yordy Voc. 2 uri test 1
Matter
Element
Atom
Proton
that which has mass( weight) and occupies space( liquid solid…
different types of matter that cannot be separated or broken…
smallest particle of an element made up of p's, n's, & e's
positive electrical charge
Matter
that which has mass( weight) and occupies space( liquid solid…
Element
different types of matter that cannot be separated or broken…
Urinary System Dr Cochran Physiology
Kidney Functions
Endocrine Functions of the kidney
Afferent Arteriole
Efferent Arteriole
~Removal of toxins, metabolic wastes, and excess ions from th…
~Renin: Regulation of blood pressure and kidney function... ~Ery…
Fluid going towards capillary bed; sensitive to epinephrine c…
Fluid leaving capillary bed; sensitive to Angiotensin II caus…
Kidney Functions
~Removal of toxins, metabolic wastes, and excess ions from th…
Endocrine Functions of the kidney
~Renin: Regulation of blood pressure and kidney function... ~Ery…
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Urinary Physiology 1
Calcitrol
Nephron
Cortical nephrons
Juxtamedullary nephrons
Most biologically active form of vitamin D3; Converted from c…
Functional unit of the kidney; Approximately 1 million per ki…
Bulk of the nephron resides in cortex; Responsible for most r…
Descend deep within the medulla; Responsible for regulating o…
Calcitrol
Most biologically active form of vitamin D3; Converted from c…
Nephron
Functional unit of the kidney; Approximately 1 million per ki…
Human Physiology- Urinary 1
State the seven major functions of the…
Define the components of the urinary s…
Describe the mechanism of moving urine…
Micturition reflex
1. Excretion of metabolic waste products... -urea, creatinine, b…
Urinary system: kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra... Kidneys (o…
-ureters contain smooth muscle and are innerated by both symp…
At rest: ... -Internal sphincter is contracted (passively)... -Exte…
State the seven major functions of the…
1. Excretion of metabolic waste products... -urea, creatinine, b…
Define the components of the urinary s…
Urinary system: kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra... Kidneys (o…
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8.1 Urinary Physiology
afferent arteriole
what is special about to efferent arte…
renal corpuscle
function of podocytes
brings blood to glomerulus
more narrow... allowing more time for filtration
glomerulus surround by glomerular capsucle
filter things according to size
afferent arteriole
brings blood to glomerulus
what is special about to efferent arte…
more narrow... allowing more time for filtration
Physiology Quiz #1-Dr. J's notes
homeostasis
homeostasis requires
negative feedback system
A feedback system contains
The ability of a body or cell to seek balanced (regulate) out…
A feedback system
reverses a change in the system
1. receptor... 2. control center... 3. effector
homeostasis
The ability of a body or cell to seek balanced (regulate) out…
homeostasis requires
A feedback system
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Dr Ward Physiology Exam 1
Set Point
Receptor
Controller
Effector
the optimal value for the internal condition
measures the internal condition
determines the difference between the measured and optimal va…
produces relevant responses
Set Point
the optimal value for the internal condition
Receptor
measures the internal condition
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Physiology Midterm #1 (Dr. K)
Polar because there is a dipole moment…
Amount of receptors; amount of solute;…
Gas would diffuse more rapidly because…
Larger conc. gradient will increase th…
2. Describe the polar structure of water, and explain how hyd…
List the physical factors that affect the rate of net diffusi…
Compare the rate of diffusion of a molecule in a liquid versu…
Describe how the magnitude of a concentration gradient influe…
Polar because there is a dipole moment…
2. Describe the polar structure of water, and explain how hyd…
Amount of receptors; amount of solute;…
List the physical factors that affect the rate of net diffusi…
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Dr. Clark Physiology Ch 1
Reflex Control
Local control
Negative Feedback System
Positive Feedback System
any long-distance pathway that uses the nervous system, endoc…
Simplest form of control restricted to the tissue or cell inv…
a pathway in which the response opposes or removes the signal
the response reinforces the stimulus rather than decreasing o…
Reflex Control
any long-distance pathway that uses the nervous system, endoc…
Local control
Simplest form of control restricted to the tissue or cell inv…
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Human Physiology - Exam #1 Dr. Stone UCO
Na+/K+ Pump?
Cystinuria
Body temp
Organ systems work together to (regula…
3Na+ out of the cell / 2K+ into the cell.
A broken facilitated diffusion mechanism causes cysteine to b…
98.6 (98 degrees) ... Can fluctuate + or - 5 degrees
Maintain homeostasis
Na+/K+ Pump?
3Na+ out of the cell / 2K+ into the cell.
Cystinuria
A broken facilitated diffusion mechanism causes cysteine to b…
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Physiology Exam 1 Biola Dr. Varamini
overview of human body, cells, molecul…
Feed Forward
Cell composition
integral
1st slides
Learned anticipatory responses to known cues
water: 70-85... proteins 10-20... lipids 2-95... carbs1-6
channels, pores, carriers, enzymes
overview of human body, cells, molecul…
1st slides
Feed Forward
Learned anticipatory responses to known cues
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Mammalian Physiology - Exam #1 Dr. Stone UCO
Resting potential
Depolarization
Repolarization/Hyperpolarization
Threshold
describes the unstimulated, polarized state of a neuron (at a…
If Na + channels open, positive sodium ions enter, and the me…
If the stimulus opens K + channels, then positive potassium i…
-50 mV
Resting potential
describes the unstimulated, polarized state of a neuron (at a…
Depolarization
If Na + channels open, positive sodium ions enter, and the me…
Muscle Physiology 1 - Dr. Greene
2 excitable tissues in the body are __…
Why are nerves and muscle called excit…
An electrical signal is carried by cha…
Cell membrane in skeletal muscle is ca…
Nerves & Muscle
Because they can transmit electrical signals.
Cell membrane
Sarcolemma
2 excitable tissues in the body are __…
Nerves & Muscle
Why are nerves and muscle called excit…
Because they can transmit electrical signals.
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Dr Yordy Cardio III
Systole:
Diastole:
normal sinus rhythm:
arrhythmia:
heart contracted
heart relaxed
normal heart rate of ~70 bpm
abnormal heart rate
Systole:
heart contracted
Diastole:
heart relaxed
7.1 Urinary: Anatomy & Physiology
urination
urinary bladder
urethra
ureter
the act of passing urine
the muscular membranous sac in the pelvis that stores urine f…
a small tubular structure that drains urine from the bladder
one of a pair of tubes that carry urine from the kidney to th…
urination
the act of passing urine
urinary bladder
the muscular membranous sac in the pelvis that stores urine f…
anatomy and physiology 1 dr kent
Anatomy
Physiology
Chemical
Cellular - .
studies the structure of body parts and their relationships t…
concerns the functions of the body - how the body parts work…
simplest level, atoms combine to form molecules, molecules fo…
smallest units of living things and have unique functions in…
Anatomy
studies the structure of body parts and their relationships t…
Physiology
concerns the functions of the body - how the body parts work…
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"Anatomy and physiology chapter 1-3 Dr. Truong"
Anatomy
Physiology
Cytology
Pathology
The study of structure
The study of function
The study of the cells
The study of disease
Anatomy
The study of structure
Physiology
The study of function
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Anatomy & Physiology 1 dr. Her.
What are the functions of the skeletal…
Components of osseous tissue
Intramembranous ossification vs endoch…
Osteoblasts
-support... -storage... -blood cell production... -protection... -leverage
...
...
...
What are the functions of the skeletal…
-support... -storage... -blood cell production... -protection... -leverage
Components of osseous tissue
...
Renal/Urinary Physiology Part 1
Major Functions of the Kidneys
Kidneys
Ureters
Urinary Bladder
- excretion of metabolic waste products... - regulation of extra…
structures of filtration and water retention
tubes connecting kidneys to bladder
storage vessel for urine
Major Functions of the Kidneys
- excretion of metabolic waste products... - regulation of extra…
Kidneys
structures of filtration and water retention
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Test 1 Physiology of the Urinary System
Normal kidney function requirements
Prorenal uremia
Normal renal function requirements
Primary renal failure
adequate perfusion with blood, 10-20% of cardiac output, bloo…
caused by heart disease, shock, and dehydration
sufficient quantity of functional renal tissue
caused by a decrease of functional renal tissue by 75%
Normal kidney function requirements
adequate perfusion with blood, 10-20% of cardiac output, bloo…
Prorenal uremia
caused by heart disease, shock, and dehydration
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Cell Physiology Exam-1 Dr. Rice
-All living things are composed of one…
water makes up 70-80% of internal volume
potassium, magnesium, phosphate, sulfa…
proteins
What is cell theory?
What is the primary suspensory medium for biochemical reactio…
Ion concentrations play a vital role in cell functions. What…
What is the second most abundant material in the cell after w…
-All living things are composed of one…
What is cell theory?
water makes up 70-80% of internal volume
What is the primary suspensory medium for biochemical reactio…
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Chapter 1 Anatomy & Physiology Dr. Taylor
Etymo
Etymology
Etio
Etiology
true meaning
the study of word origins
Cause
the study of causes of diseases
Etymo
true meaning
Etymology
the study of word origins
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BCMB 230: Physiology (Dr. Alston) Exam 1
Physiology
4 Tissues
Epithelial Tissue
Connective
Study of how things work
Epithelial... Connective... Nerve... Muscle
Coverings and Linings (skin, stomach)
Connect and Support
Physiology
Study of how things work
4 Tissues
Epithelial... Connective... Nerve... Muscle
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Chapter 1 Silverthorn Physiology Dr. Stewart MSU
Homeostasis
Dynamic Steady State
Internal environment
Feedback Loop
the regulation of the body's internal environment. A state of…
materials are constantly moving back and forth between the 2…
made up of extracellular fluid. A sea within a sea. It mainta…
modulates the response loop. It is where the response "feeds…
Homeostasis
the regulation of the body's internal environment. A state of…
Dynamic Steady State
materials are constantly moving back and forth between the 2…
1.9 Urinary Incontinence Dr. Lee
What nervous Systems work on Detrusor…
The external sphincter is controlled b…
2 main receptors in Bladder wall
Receptor in Urethra
PNS... and ... SNS
PNS... SNS... Somatic nervous System
M3 ... B3
A1 receptor
What nervous Systems work on Detrusor…
PNS... and ... SNS
The external sphincter is controlled b…
PNS... SNS... Somatic nervous System
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Physiology Test 1 - Dr. Bailey
Three monovalent ions
Divalent ion
Membrane potential
____ changes the electrical potential…
Na+, K+, Cl-
Ca++
electrical potential inside the cell measured relative to the…
movement of ions
Three monovalent ions
Na+, K+, Cl-
Divalent ion
Ca++
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Physiology Exam #1- Dr Stone; UCO
Diffusion
What type of bond is formed when an el…
Homeostasis
What are the two primary methods of ma…
movement of molecules from an area of high concentration to a…
Polar covalent
relative consistency of the internal environment in the face…
Negative and positive feedback
Diffusion
movement of molecules from an area of high concentration to a…
What type of bond is formed when an el…
Polar covalent
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Human Physiology - Exam #1 Dr. Stone UCO
Na+/K+ Pump?
Cystinuria
Body temp
Organ systems work together to (regula…
Type of active transport that uses 1 ATP to pump3Na+ out of t…
A broken facilitated diffusion mechanism causes the amino aci…
98.6 (98 degrees) ... Can fluctuate + or - 5 degrees
Maintain homeostasis
Na+/K+ Pump?
Type of active transport that uses 1 ATP to pump3Na+ out of t…
Cystinuria
A broken facilitated diffusion mechanism causes the amino aci…
16 terms
Block 1 HSFP Muscle Physiology Dr. M
Neuromuscular Junction
motoneuron
neuromuscular junction and transmission
synthesis and degradation of ACTH
Neuromuscular Junction
motoneuron
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1 Physiological Homeostasis by Dr Morrison
What is another term for the internal…
What body temperature is optimal for p…
What temperature results in hypertherm…
What temperature results in hypothermia?
Milieu Interieux
37 degrees C
42+ = dead
32+ = dead
What is another term for the internal…
Milieu Interieux
What body temperature is optimal for p…
37 degrees C
Anatomy and Physiology 1 - Exam 3 Dr. Haenni
Perimysium
Aponeurosis
Acetylcholine
Linea alba
the sheath of connective tissue surrounding a bundle of muscl…
a sheet of pearly-white fibrous tissue that takes the place o…
a compound that occurs throughout the nervous system, in whic…
Cord of connective tissue that runs through the midline of th…
Perimysium
the sheath of connective tissue surrounding a bundle of muscl…
Aponeurosis
a sheet of pearly-white fibrous tissue that takes the place o…
ANS Exam 1 - Urinary Incontinence Dr. Garton
urinary incontinence
-urgency... -increased daytime frequency…
-perineal dermatitis... -worsening of pre…
38%
What is the broad term for the "involuntary leakage of urine"?
Urinary incontinence is accompanied by which other lower urin…
What are some of the serious medical and economic ramificatio…
What percentage of non-institutionalized patients have urinar…
urinary incontinence
What is the broad term for the "involuntary leakage of urine"?
-urgency... -increased daytime frequency…
Urinary incontinence is accompanied by which other lower urin…
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Anatomy and Physiology: Urinary System Part 1
Urology
Urinary system functions
Kidneys
Kidney position is maintained by:
- surgical speciality which deals with disease of the male an…
- Excretion/filtration: removal of organic wastes from body f…
- organs that produce urine ... - Location: between T12 and L1... -…
- peritoneum ... - contact with adjacent visceral organs ... - conc…
Urology
- surgical speciality which deals with disease of the male an…
Urinary system functions
- Excretion/filtration: removal of organic wastes from body f…
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Muscular Physiology Dr. Nelson A&P 1
excitability/irritability
contractility
extensibility
fibers
ability to be stimulated
ability to contract, or shorten, and produce body movement
ability to extend, or stretch allowing muscles to return to t…
muscle cells
excitability/irritability
ability to be stimulated
contractility
ability to contract, or shorten, and produce body movement
Anatomy and Physiology 1 - Exam 4 Dr. Haennie
Ileocecal valve
COPD
Teniae coli
Tidal Volume
a sphincter muscle valve that separates the small intestine a…
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
three separate longitudinal ribbons of smooth muscle on the o…
the lung volume representing the normal volume of air displac…
Ileocecal valve
a sphincter muscle valve that separates the small intestine a…
COPD
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Muscular Physiology Dr. Nelson A&P 1
excitability/irritability
contractility
extensibility
fibers
ability to be stimulated
ability to contract, or shorten, and produce body movement
ability to extend, or stretch allowing muscles to return to t…
muscle cells
excitability/irritability
ability to be stimulated
contractility
ability to contract, or shorten, and produce body movement
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Physiology Quiz #1-Dr. J's notes
homeostasis
homeostasis requires
negative feedback system
A feedback system contains
The ability of a body or cell to seek balanced (regulate) out…
A feedback system
reverses a change in the system
1. receptor... 2. control center... 3. effector
homeostasis
The ability of a body or cell to seek balanced (regulate) out…
homeostasis requires
A feedback system
Anatomy and Physiology 1 - Exam 1 Dr. Haenni
Homeostasis
Positive Feedback
Anatomy
Physiology
The body's ability to maintain relatively stable internal con…
Increase original disturbance (stimulus) and push the variabl…
The study of the structure and shape of the body and its part…
The study of how the body and its parts work or function.
Homeostasis
The body's ability to maintain relatively stable internal con…
Positive Feedback
Increase original disturbance (stimulus) and push the variabl…
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Dr. Hamilton's Physiology Class Test 1
What is homeostasis?
What is internal milieu?
What is internal milieu used for?
What is the difference between steady…
The tendency toward a relatively stable equilibrium between i…
-Interstitial fluid
1) A nutrient supply... 2) Waste removal
-Steady state is steady but is NOT equal ... -Equilibrium is a s…
What is homeostasis?
The tendency toward a relatively stable equilibrium between i…
What is internal milieu?
-Interstitial fluid
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Dr Yordy Exam 2 SKM
Striated
Voluntary:
Sacromere :
Muscle fiber:
this muscle tissue is voluntary and is attached primarily to…
skeletal /striated muscle is under voluntary control--conscio…
basic contractile unit of skeletal muscle
Muscle cells, which are long, thin and cylinder-shaped. The s…
Striated
this muscle tissue is voluntary and is attached primarily to…
Voluntary:
skeletal /striated muscle is under voluntary control--conscio…
128 terms
Anatomy and physiology chapter 1-3 Dr. Truong
Anatomy
Physiology
Cytology
Pathology
The study of structure
The study of function
The study of the cells
The study of disease
Anatomy
The study of structure
Physiology
The study of function
Anatomy and Physiology 1 - Exam 2 Dr. Haenni
Synchondrosis
Periosteum
Hematopoietic tissue
Stratum spinosum
an almost immovable joint between bones bound by a layer of c…
a dense layer of vascular connective tissue enveloping the bo…
Tissue formed by new blood cells
Second layer of the epidermis found between the stratum granu…
Synchondrosis
an almost immovable joint between bones bound by a layer of c…
Periosteum
a dense layer of vascular connective tissue enveloping the bo…
121 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Dr. Frisbee Ch. 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Chemical level
Atoms
Structure of body parts and their relationships
Study of function
Atoms, molecules, organelles
Building blocks of matter (carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen)
Anatomy
Structure of body parts and their relationships
Physiology
Study of function
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Physiological systems Urinary Lec 1
what are the two arteriole that are fo…
does the cortical nephron or the juxta…
when is Urin called Urin
what wave originates in the pacemaker…
Efferent and Afferent arteriole
the juxtamedullary nephron
at the Ureter
Peristaltic wave
what are the two arteriole that are fo…
Efferent and Afferent arteriole
does the cortical nephron or the juxta…
the juxtamedullary nephron
The Physiology of the urinary system 1-10 1-4
cystitis
Cystoscopy
Diabetic nephropathy
Dialysis
Inflammation of the bladder, usually caused by bacterial infe…
Visual examination of the bladder using a specialized instrum…
A kidney disease that is the result of thickening and scleros…
A procedure to remove waster product and excess fluid from pa…
cystitis
Inflammation of the bladder, usually caused by bacterial infe…
Cystoscopy
Visual examination of the bladder using a specialized instrum…
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