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45 terms
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
17 terms
Learning Objectives 14
Pressure
Partial Pressure
Bulk Flow
Diffusion
Force/Area
...
...
...
Pressure
Force/Area
Partial Pressure
...
21 terms
Learning Objectives 9
Antagonism
Dual Innervation
Effectors
Pre-ganglionic
The way the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems work, wit…
Organs that receive messages from both the sympathetic and pa…
The organs or tissues being effected by the nervous system, s…
In both they release ACh, in the sypathetic, it is the shorte…
Antagonism
The way the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems work, wit…
Dual Innervation
Organs that receive messages from both the sympathetic and pa…
22 terms
Learning Objectives 1.1
Biology
Physiology
Division of labor
Cell
The study of life
The study of function of living things
Cells doing different jobs
Basic unit of life
Biology
The study of life
Physiology
The study of function of living things
12 terms
Learning Objectives 2.2
Bond
Molecule
Ion
Cation
The interactions that create molecules
Formed through the interaction of the valence electrons betwe…
Atoms that have a charge
Positively charged ion
Bond
The interactions that create molecules
Molecule
Formed through the interaction of the valence electrons betwe…
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Learning Objectives 6.A
Hydrophilic
Hydrophobic
Integral Protein
Transmembral Protein
Polar, "water-loving" (head)
Non-polar "water-fearing" (body)
Proteins that are tightly embedded within the bi layer
Integral membrane proteins that span the lipid bilayer, with…
Hydrophilic
Polar, "water-loving" (head)
Hydrophobic
Non-polar "water-fearing" (body)
15 terms
Learning Objectives 7.A
Neuron
Dendrite
Axon
Axon Terminal
Basic structural and functional unit of nervous system specia…
Thin, branched processes that extend from cytoplasm of the ce…
Long process that conducts impulses
The somewhat enlarged, often club-shaped endings by which axo…
Neuron
Basic structural and functional unit of nervous system specia…
Dendrite
Thin, branched processes that extend from cytoplasm of the ce…
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Learning Objectives 20
Digestion:
Digestive system:
Accessory glands
Peristalsis:
the chemical reduction of ingested nutrients into particles,…
some form of body cavity or tube in which food is first reduc…
: provide enzymes and other substances that are essential for…
one way food moves - a mass of material moves through the tra…
Digestion:
the chemical reduction of ingested nutrients into particles,…
Digestive system:
some form of body cavity or tube in which food is first reduc…
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Learning Objectives 4
Why is the cell the basic unit of life?
What is the cell theory?
How do cells differ in shape, structur…
Prokaryotic vs eukaryotic
Every living thing is made of cells. Even the smallest organi…
The cell is the basic unit of life... Cells come from pre-existi…
Everything about a cell revolves around the function of that…
Prokaryotic- "Before the nucleus" unicellular organisms that…
Why is the cell the basic unit of life?
Every living thing is made of cells. Even the smallest organi…
What is the cell theory?
The cell is the basic unit of life... Cells come from pre-existi…
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Learning Objectives 5.B
Oxidation
Reduction
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Reaction in which electrons are given up (always paired with…
Reaction in which electrons are gained (always paired with ox…
Reaction in which oxygen is present
Reaction in which oxygen is not present.
Oxidation
Reaction in which electrons are given up (always paired with…
Reduction
Reaction in which electrons are gained (always paired with ox…
13 terms
Learning Objectives 17
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... -get rid of excess H+ ions... -regulate body's w…
Urine:
derived from plasma, pH = 5-8, contains nitrogenous wastes
Metabolic water:
water produced by cellular respiration (in making ATP)
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Learning Objectives 2.3 and 2.4
Solvent
Solute
Solubility
Insolubility
Solution into which something is dissolved
Material being dissolved
Ability of the solute to dissolve in the solvent
Solute is unable to dissolve in the solvent
Solvent
Solution into which something is dissolved
Solute
Material being dissolved
22 terms
Learning Objectives 19
Reabsorption:
Secretion
Renal Plasma Clearance
Micturition:
follows filtration, materials from tubules are moved back int…
Active transport of removing materials from circulation
How quickly material is removed from circulation by the kidneys
: urination, releasing urine from bladder
Reabsorption:
follows filtration, materials from tubules are moved back int…
Secretion
Active transport of removing materials from circulation
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Learning Objectives 16
Reciprocal Innervation
Chemoreceptor
Hypocapnia
Hypercapnia
When one muscle contracts, its antagonistic muscle is inhibited
Responds to a chemical change
Reduced CO₂ in the blood usually due to hyperventilation
Excessive CO₂ in the blood usually due to hypoventilation
Reciprocal Innervation
When one muscle contracts, its antagonistic muscle is inhibited
Chemoreceptor
Responds to a chemical change
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Learning Objectives 18
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)
21 terms
Learning Objectives 10
Closed System
Open System
Hemoglobin
Plasma
A system that does not interact their external environment (h…
A system that does interacts with and exchanges materials wit…
A red protein that is responsible for carrying oxygen
The colorless, fluid part of blood
Closed System
A system that does not interact their external environment (h…
Open System
A system that does interacts with and exchanges materials wit…
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Learning Objectives 2.1
Matter
Element
Atom
Chemical symbol
Anything with mass and takes up space
Smallest unit that cannot be broken down chemically
Smallest unit of chemical element
One or two letter representation of an element
Matter
Anything with mass and takes up space
Element
Smallest unit that cannot be broken down chemically
22 terms
Learning Objectives 15
Eupnea:
Dyspnea:
Apnea:
Hypoventilation:
normal breathing
shortness of breath
no breath
: slow breathing not related to metabolic changes
Eupnea:
normal breathing
Dyspnea:
shortness of breath
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Learning Objectives 12
Systole
Diastole
normal sinus rhythm
arrhythmia
Contracted
Relaxed
70 bpm
abnormal heart rate
Systole
Contracted
Diastole
Relaxed
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Learning Objectives 13
Pressure
blood pressure
total peripheral resistance
hypotension
force/area
force exerted against wall of blood vessels by presence of bl…
the sum total of the resistance in all of the vessels of the…
low blood pressure
Pressure
force/area
blood pressure
force exerted against wall of blood vessels by presence of bl…
23 terms
Learning Objectives 1.2
Homeostasis
Intracellular fluid
Extra cellular fluid
Intercellular fluid
Maintaining a relatively constant internal environment
Fluid within the cell
Fluid outside the cell
Fluid between cells (extracellular)
Homeostasis
Maintaining a relatively constant internal environment
Intracellular fluid
Fluid within the cell
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Learning Objectives 6.B
Semi-Permeable
Concentration Gradient
Diffusion
Osmosis
Only select things can go through or come out
Measurement of how concentration changes from one place to next
The process of a molecule moving from a higher concentration…
Diffusion of water
Semi-Permeable
Only select things can go through or come out
Concentration Gradient
Measurement of how concentration changes from one place to next
37 terms
Learning Objectives 14
Pressure:
partial pressure:
bulk flow:
Diffusion:
force/area Pressure of a gas is directly related to its conce…
each gas in a mixture exerts its own partial pressure which i…
air moves in and out of the lungs due to bulk flow because of…
gas exchange in the alveoli occurs by diffusion
Pressure:
force/area Pressure of a gas is directly related to its conce…
partial pressure:
each gas in a mixture exerts its own partial pressure which i…
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Learning Objectives 8
Striated
Voluntary:
Sacromere :
Muscle fiber:
this muscle tissue is voluntary and is attached primarily to…
skeletal /striated muscle is under voluntary control--conscio…
basic subunit 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…
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Learning Objectives 7.C
Synapse
Pre-synaptic cell
Post-synaptic cell
Receptor-sensitive channel
a junction between two nerve cells, consisting of a minute ga…
Cell membrane of an axon terminal that faces the receiving cell
the membrane that receives a signal (binds neurotransmitter)…
Specific amount of neurotransmitter will open and close the c…
Synapse
a junction between two nerve cells, consisting of a minute ga…
Pre-synaptic cell
Cell membrane of an axon terminal that faces the receiving cell
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Learning Objectives 7.B
Resting Potential
Graded Potential
Threshold
Depolarization
A potential difference across the membrane which is negativel…
A subthreshold electrical stimuli that doesn't reach action p…
In an excitable cell, the critical value of the membrane pote…
When membrane potential becomes more positive " at resting po…
Resting Potential
A potential difference across the membrane which is negativel…
Graded Potential
A subthreshold electrical stimuli that doesn't reach action p…
24 terms
Learning Objectives 11
Automaticity
Myogenic
Pacemaker Potential
AV Nodal Delay
Cardiac cell's ability to spontaneously generate its own impu…
Originating in muscle tissue (rather than from nerve impulses…
main determinant of heart rate it drives the self-generated r…
Impulse moves slowly down internodal fibers from SA node so t…
Automaticity
Cardiac cell's ability to spontaneously generate its own impu…
Myogenic
Originating in muscle tissue (rather than from nerve impulses…
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Learning Objective 5.A
Metabolism
Anabolism
Catabolism
Energy
Acquisition, transformation and utilization of energy
Actions involved with building things (require energy)
Actions involved with breaking things down (release energy)
The ability to do work
Metabolism
Acquisition, transformation and utilization of energy
Anabolism
Actions involved with building things (require energy)
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Learning objectives Fall '15
Q1
Q1
Q1
Q2
truth in science is provisional due to the process of self-co…
true experiments have at least two treatment conditions
we suffer from overconfidence bias when we trust our observat…
laws apply to the widest range of conditions (there should be…
Q1
truth in science is provisional due to the process of self-co…
Q1
true experiments have at least two treatment conditions
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