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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 15 pages long!)

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6 Oct 2017
Physiology = the study of living things and how they function. Physiology helps us understand how the body works, from the smallest part (cells) all th
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksSpring

BPK 205- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 58 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
Study of living things and how they function; helps us understand how the body works and how different parts of the body work together american physiol
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 110 pages long!)

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1 Dec 2017
Physiology = the study of living things and how they function. Physiology helps us understand how the body works, from the smallest part (cells) all th
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SFUBPK 205Peter RubenSummer

BPK 205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Triglyceride, Start Codon, Genetic Disorder

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10 May 2018
Anatomy: science of the structure and relationship among other structures. (design of the body) The structure of the body determines the function. Hist
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Study Guide - Final Guide: External Intercostal Muscles, Alveolar Pressure, Intrapleural Pressure

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1 Dec 2011
I"m at the mouth where there are others just like me. 21% of the air is filled with other oxygen molecules. I first travel through the conducting zone
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Study Guide - Final Guide: Voltage-Gated Potassium Channel, Mitral Valve, Superior Vena Cava

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1 Dec 2011
There is high pressure created in heart chambers during contraction, and lower pressure in blood vessels. Lowest pressure is at the vena cava just befo
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SFUBPK 205Russ TuplingSummer

Biochemistry of Muscle Function and Energy Systems in Muscle Section of the course examining the energy systems used by muscle including the high energy phosphate transfer, glycolysis and aerobic phosphorylation. Also looks at contribution of various sour

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16 Oct 2011
Biochemistry of muscle function energy systems in muscle. Atp + h20 ------------ adp + pi + energy (7. 3 kcal/mol atp, under ideal conditions) Skeletal
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lipid Bilayer, Cell Junction, Tight Junction

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14 Dec 2017
Physiology is the study of normal function of a living organism and its component parts including all its chemical and physical processes. Homeostasis
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SFUBPK 205James WakelingSpring

BPK 205 Midterm: BPK 205Midterm 2

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25 Jun 2017
Cns ->a collection of neurons -> contain brain and spinal cord. Spinal cord is protect by the bones of vertebral column. Meninges are the protective ti
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Midterm: BPK 205 Midterm 3

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14 Dec 2017
Connective tissue plasma (watery extracellular matrix) makes up of body"s. Rbcs biconcave and bendy, no nucleus, no mitochondria: plasma 92% water, 7%
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BPK 382 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Vibration White Finger

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BPK 382 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Wet-Bulb Temperature, Mechanical Efficiency, Anemometer

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BPK 382 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Visual Acuity, Lux, An Angle

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BPK 382 Chapter 1: BPK382-Unit1

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BPK 382 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Dosimetry

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BPK 382 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Nanometre, Lux, Near-Sightedness

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BPK 382 Quiz: BPK382 Practice Test 5

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BPK 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Distal Convoluted Tubule, Renal Physiology, Proximal Tubule

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Bpk 105 module 12 terminology and review questions. Bpk 105 module 12 review questions: list the functions of the urinary systems. [7 marks: illustrate
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BPK 140 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Nut Butter, Overhead Press, Avocado

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28 Nov 2018
Assignment 2: in order to boost his energy, jackson should begin with a more wholesome breakfast. Instead of a muffin which is high in sugar jackson sh
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BPK 140 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Minoxidil

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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Negative Feedback, Positive Feedback, Blood Sugar

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25 Sep 2017
Physiology = the study of living things and how they function. Physiology helps us understand how the body works, from the smallest part (cells) all th
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Alveolar Cells, Functional Residual Capacity, Transpulmonary Pressure

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30 Nov 2017
Describe the function of surfactant on alveolar surface tension. Surfactant is secreted by type ii alveolar cells and lines the inside surface of alveo
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Neural Coding, Lamellar Corpuscle, Action Potential

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10 Dec 2017
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Myocyte, Ligand-Gated Ion Channel, Stroke Volume

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4 Nov 2017
Lecture 20 cardiac cycle and cardiac output. 2: atrial systole actively contributes ~20% of ventricular filling, the rest (80%) is due to passive flow
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Inositol Trisphosphate, Cytoskeleton, Signal Transduction

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10 Dec 2017
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Flow Velocity, Skeletal Muscle, Lymphatic System

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10 Dec 2017
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Functional Residual Capacity, Transpulmonary Pressure, Breathing

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10 Dec 2017
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cytoskeleton, Passive Transport, Phagocytosis

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10 Dec 2017
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Glycogen, Cholesterol, Endoplasmic Reticulum

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10 Dec 2017
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksSpring

BPK 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Vasoconstriction, Uterine Contraction, Phospholipid

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14 Mar 2017
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Blood Vessel, Homeostasis, Positive Feedback

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14 Oct 2011
[total one page with a figure; 15 minutes] The body maintains its 37 deg c temperature by countering the loss of heat instigated by the cold water. Ner
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Basal Ganglia, Peripheral Nervous System, Posterior Column

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14 Oct 2011
Draw and label gross structure of the central nervous system. [10 minutes: draw and label the three separate sections of the spinal grey matter and spi
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Skeletal Muscle, Cardiac Muscle

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15 Dec 2018
12 skeletal muscle: three types of muscle tissue found in human body = skeletal, cardiac, and smooth. Make up about 40% of total body weight. Are more
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes -Hypovolemia, Vasoconstriction, Baroreceptor

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1 Dec 2011
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes -Renal Function, Macula Densa, Afferent Arterioles

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1 Dec 2011
Chapter 19 (multiple choice and essay type: (a) draw and explain the structure of a typical nephron all the way to the collecting ducts. [20 minutes, 1
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Lung Volumes, High-Altitude Pulmonary Edema, Functional Residual Capacity

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1 Dec 2011
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Sliding Filament Theory, Autonomic Ganglion, Myocyte

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1 Dec 2011
Somatic output neurons: are called motoneurons, motoneurons located in ventral horn of the spinal cord, no cell bodies outside cns, target is skeletal
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Basilar Membrane, Sensory Neuron, Membrane Potential

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15 Dec 2018
= graded potential: the adequate stimulus is like a favourite stimulus". It is the form of energy to which the sensory receptor is most responsive. The
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Multiple Sclerosis, Myelin, Akon

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14 Oct 2011
Take an unmyelinated neuron, give all details to describe generation and conduction of an action potential from the trigger zone down to the terminals.
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes -Pulmonary Stretch Receptors, Peripheral Chemoreceptors, Local Anesthetic

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1 Dec 2011
Inspiration causes increased air flow, and blood flow into pulmonary vessels. This stretches pulmonary stretch receptors, inducing the hering- The refl
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 15 pages long!)

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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksSpring

BPK 205- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 58 pages long!)

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BPK 205- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 110 pages long!)

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BPK 205 Study Guide - Final Guide: Trachea, Elastin, Glut2

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SFUBPK 205James WakelingSpring

BPK 205 Midterm: Tutorial 1

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21 Jun 2017
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SFUBPK 205James WakelingSpring

BPK 205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Blood Sugar, Blood Vessel, Cell Membrane

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25 Jun 2017
Physiology is the study of living things and how they function. Physiology helps us understand how the body works, from the smallest part (cell) all th
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SFUBPK 205James WakelingSpring

BPK 205 Midterm: BPK 205Midterm 2

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Cns ->a collection of neurons -> contain brain and spinal cord. Spinal cord is protect by the bones of vertebral column. Meninges are the protective ti
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SFUBPK 205Peter RubenSummer

BPK 205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Immunoglobulin M, Botulinum Toxin, Homeostasis

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10 May 2018
Membrane: the plasma membrane has a dual function; It can retain content and allow material in and out of cell. The membrane is selectively permeable m
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Midterm: BPK 205 Midterm 3

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BPK 205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Market Risk, Fuchsia, Schwann Cell

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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Skeletal Muscle, Cardiac Muscle

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12 skeletal muscle: three types of muscle tissue found in human body = skeletal, cardiac, and smooth. Make up about 40% of total body weight. Are more
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Basilar Membrane, Sensory Neuron, Membrane Potential

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= graded potential: the adequate stimulus is like a favourite stimulus". It is the form of energy to which the sensory receptor is most responsive. The
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SFUBPK 205Peter RubenSummer

BPK 205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Triglyceride, Start Codon, Genetic Disorder

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10 May 2018
Anatomy: science of the structure and relationship among other structures. (design of the body) The structure of the body determines the function. Hist
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SFUBPK 205Peter RubenSummer

BPK 205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Immunoglobulin M, Botulinum Toxin, Homeostasis

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Membrane: the plasma membrane has a dual function; It can retain content and allow material in and out of cell. The membrane is selectively permeable m
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BPK 205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Intrinsic Factor, Myofilament, Endomysium

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Membrane: the plasma membrane has a dual function; It can retain content and allow material in and out of cell. The membrane is selectively permeable m
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BPK 205 Study Guide - Final Guide: Oviduct, Cytochrome C, Esophagus

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BPK 205 Midterm: BPK 205 Midterm 3

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14 Dec 2017
Connective tissue plasma (watery extracellular matrix) makes up of body"s. Rbcs biconcave and bendy, no nucleus, no mitochondria: plasma 92% water, 7%
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Olfactory Receptor Neuron, Medulla Oblongata, Pancreatic Islets

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Forebrain cerebrum and diencephalon thalamus, hypothalamus, pituitary gland. Medulla somatosensory tracts (sensory info to brain, ascending) and cortic
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BPK 205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lipid Bilayer, Cell Junction, Tight Junction

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14 Dec 2017
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SFUBPK 205Nadine WicksFall

BPK 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Bronchiole, Endothelium, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

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10 Dec 2017
Total air pressure patm = pn2 + po2 + pco2 = 760 mm hg. In humid air patm = pn2 + po2 + pco2 + ph2o. Partial pressure the pressure exerted by an indivi
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