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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Joe SmuczekFall

[BIOL 2P97] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 50 pages long Study Guide!

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Co= hr x sv volume of blood pumped by one ventricular contraction per min. Secretes mucus: physical barrier between the lumen and epithelium. Secretes
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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Joe SmuczekFall

[BIOL 2P97] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (31 pages long!)

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Present in blood continuously available to any cell that. Composed of the heart, blood vessels, and the cells and plasma of the blood. As blood moves t
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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Joe SmuczekFall

BIOL 2P97 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Inulin, Symporter, Penicillin

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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Nicholas D VespriniFall

BIOL 2P97 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pulmonology, Oca2, Alveolar Pressure

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Each cluster of alveoli is surrounded by elastic fibers and a network of. This image shows the very high capillary density in alveoli. The capillaries
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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Joe SmuczekFall

BIOL 2P97 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cardiac Output, Cardiac Cycle, Atherosclerosis

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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Joe SmuczekWinter

BIOL 2P97 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mean Arterial Pressure, Vascular Resistance, Baroreflex

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Flow into the arteries depends on cardiac output on its changes. Flow out of the arteries depends on resistance in the arterioles eg. if flow into arte
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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Joe SmuczekWinter

BIOL 2P97 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Myosin Head, Cardiac Muscle Cell, Endoplasmic Reticulum

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A series of tubes filled with blood, and is connected to a pump. Pressure that in generated in the heart propels the blood through the system. Its cove
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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Nicholas D VespriniFall

BIOL 2P97 Study Guide - Final Guide: Lipoprotein Lipase, Gluconeogenesis, Adipose Tissue

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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Joe SmuczekWinter

BIOL 2P97 Final: Blood Flow and Blood Pressure-EXAM.docx

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The blood vessels: walls are composed of, smooth muscle, elastic connective tissue, fibrous connective tissue, thin layer of endothelial cells. Vascula
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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Joe SmuczekFall

BIOL 2P97 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Adrenergic Receptor, Cardiac Cycle, Membrane Potential

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Weeks 4-6 (chapters 14, 15, 16, 24): cardiovascular system: basic design features; the role of the heart; microcirculation; blood pressure regulation a
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BROCK UBIOL 1F25Doug BruceFall

BIOL 1F25 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pencil, Activation Energy, Water Vapor

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Select 5 (five) of the following terms and provide a 2 sentence definition for the term. 2 marks each for a total of 10 marks. ~ mark each for a total
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BROCK UBIOL 1F25Doug BruceFall

BIOL 1F25 Final: Biol April 2011 Previous Exam 1p92

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Instructions: write your name and id in the spaces provided on the exam script. One mark each for a total of75 marks. Answer on the scantron sheet prov
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BROCK UBIOL 1F25Doug BruceFall

BIOL 1F25 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pencil, Rugae, Mitochondrion

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BROCK UBIOL 1F25Doug BruceFall

BIOL 1F25 Final: BIOL 1p92 previous exam 2013

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Instructions: write your name and id in the spaces provided on the exam script. There are four (4) parts to the exam. Multiple choice (70 marks) please
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BROCK UFNCE 2P91Geoffrey HooverWinter

FNCE 2P91 Final: FNCE 2P91 - 2006 Final Exam

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BROCK UFNCE 2P91Geoffrey HooverWinter

FNCE 2P91 Study Guide - Final Guide: Capital Asset Pricing Model, Risk-Free Interest Rate, Sensitivity Analysis

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BROCK UACTG 1P91Jennifer LiWinter

ACTG 1P91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Cash Flow Statement, Retained Earnings

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Sample review problems: property, plant and equipment. On june 1, 2014, niagara corporation purchased a machine to process steel. ,000,000 was purchase
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BROCK UECON 1P91Marilyn CottrellFall

ECON 1P91 Midterm: IMG_20140115_0001 copy 8

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BROCK UECON 2P23Joseph KushnerFall

ECON 2P23 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Demand Curve

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BROCK UECON 2P23Joseph KushnerFall

ECON 2P23 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Marginal Revenue, Demand Curve, Marginal Cost

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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Nicholas D VespriniWinter

BIOL 2P97 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Tricuspid Valve, Pericardial Fluid

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Lecture 1 - cardiac physiology: general cardiovascular anatomy, cardiac muscle anatomy, contraction of cardiac muscle, excitation-contraction coupling.
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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Nicholas D VespriniFall

BIOL 2P97 Lecture 8: The Cardiovascular System Part 2

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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Nicholas D VespriniFall

BIOL 2P97 Lecture 5: The Cardiovascular System Part 1

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Fuel and nutrient pickup from the gi tract and transport to other. Pickup and transport of waste excreted by tissue cells and delivery to. Perfusion of
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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Nicholas D Vesprini

BIOL 2P97 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Ascending Limb Of Loop Of Henle, Renal Cortex, Active Transport

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Renal (urinary) system consists of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Produce hormones: primary function, to regulate water and salt balance,
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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Nicholas D VespriniWinter

BIOL 2P97 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Extracellular Fluid, Phospholipid, Cytosol

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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Nicholas D VespriniFall

BIOL 2P97 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Total Pressure, Partial Pressure, Blood Plasma

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Partial pressure is calculated by multiplying total pressure by the percentage. Free vs bound o2 of gas occupied by a specific gas molecule o. For exam
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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Nicholas D VespriniSpring

BIOL 2P97 Lecture 3: Digestive System - ROCHELE

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Consists of gastrointestinal (gi) tract & accessory digestive organs: digestive system is divided into 2 main sections, gi tract - alimentary canal. Ab
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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Nicholas D VespriniSpring

BIOL 2P97 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ester, Gluconeogenesis, Glycerol

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BROCK UBIOL 2P97dr.Winter

BIOL 2P97 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Galactose, Red Blood Cell, Lysosome

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The study of the normal functioning of a living organism and its component parts (chemical and physical processes) Atoms-molecules-cells-tissues-organs
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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Joe SmuczekFall

BIOL 2P97 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Anabolism, Enzyme, Enolase

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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Joe SmuczekFall

BIOL 2P97 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Thromboplastin, Factor Xi, Kallikrein

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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Joe SmuczekFall

BIOL 2P97 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Medulla Oblongata, Adrenergic Receptor, Cytosol

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Biol 2p97: blood flow and the control of blood pressure. Pressure produced by contraction of the left ventricle is stored in the elastic walls of arter
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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Joe SmuczekFall

BIOL 2P97 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Electrical Resistivity And Conductivity, Cardiac Output, Stroke Volume

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Present in blood continuously available to any cell that. Composed of the heart, blood vessels, and the cells and plasma of the blood. As blood moves t
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BROCK UBIOL 2P97Joe SmuczekFall

BIOL 2P97 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Shortness Of Breath, Hyperventilation, Hypoventilation

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BIOL 2P97 Study Guide - Final Guide: Evaporation, Gallbladder, Leptin

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Co= hr x sv volume of blood pumped by one ventricular contraction per min. Secretes mucus: physical barrier between the lumen and epithelium. Secretes
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Present in blood continuously available to any cell that. Composed of the heart, blood vessels, and the cells and plasma of the blood. As blood moves t
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