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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonWinter

PHSI 208- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 229 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
Topics: buffer systems, ventilation and ph changes, kidney control of acid/base balance, acid- base disturbances may be respiratory or metabolic. ph ba
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U OF SPHSI 208bailleFall

PHSI 208- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Wireless Access Point, Adenosine Triphosphate, Myocyte

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20 Nov 2018
Internal environment: dynamic steady state, control systems. Emergent properties = a property of a complex system has, but which the individual members
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonWinter

[PHSI 208] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 56 pages long Study Guide!

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7 Feb 2017
Physiology the study of the normal functioning of a living organism and its component parts, including all its chemical and physical processes. Known a
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Spinal Cord, Neuron, Brave New World

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12 Oct 2018
Internal environment: dynamic steady state, control systems. Emergent properties = a property of a complex system has, but which the individual members
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U OF SPHSI 208bailleFall

PHSI 208- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
What must occur for muscle to return to a relaxed state: answer: myosin will unbind from actin, which requires an input of an atp molecule. Also the ca
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U OF SPHSI 208Paul LeeFall

PHSI 208 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Islamic Republic News Agency, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Pinocytosis

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U OF SPHSI 208Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

PHSI 208 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Monocyte, Coagulation

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17 Oct 2015
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U OF SPHSI 208Dr.LeeFall

PHSI 208 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Internal Jugular Vein, Internal Carotid Artery, Autonomic Nervous System

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17 Oct 2017
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U OF SPHSI 208bailleFall

PHSI 208 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Enteric Nervous System, Sympathetic Nervous System, Cerebrospinal Fluid

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17 Oct 2017
Homeostasis: the ability to maintain a relatively stable environment. Negative feedback loops: a pathway in which the response opposes or removes the s
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PHIL 241.3 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Logical Truth

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20 Feb 2020
Name: _solutions____: give examples of each of the following (you can provide examples in english or using symbols. A a: a sentence that isn"t a statem
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U OF SWinter

PHIL 241.3 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Falsifiability

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20 Feb 2020
B c (c b) v (b c) This wff is truth-functionally contingent, truth-functionally satisfiable, and truth-functionally falsifiable: use a truth table to d
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U OF SWinter

PHIL 241.3 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Glossary Of Ancient Roman Religion

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20 Feb 2020
Name: ~lu-i (6ns. : for each of the following indicate whether it is an expression of p, a wff of p, or a sentence of p. (1 mark each) Ii (::jy)by] ma:
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U OF SWinter

PHIL 241.3 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Lbi

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20 Feb 2020
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U OF SWinter

PHIL 241.3 Quiz: PHIL 241 Fall 2019 QUIZ 2 Solutions

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20 Feb 2020
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U OF SWinter

PHIL 241.3 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Logical Consequence, Becquerel

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20 Feb 2020
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ECON 114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Intermediate Good, Income Approach, Fixed Capital

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19 Oct 2019
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ECON 114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: European Route E20

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19 Oct 2019
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ECON 114 Lecture 1: Sample Macro 2nd MT

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19 Oct 2019
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ECON 114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics

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19 Oct 2019
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U OF SPHSI 208bailleFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Extracellular Fluid, Capillary, Blood Proteins

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11 Apr 2017
4 main forces influence capillary fluid exchange at the arteriole of the capillary. At arteriole end: capillary blood pressure (bp_ Forces fluid out of
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture 3: PHSI 208.6 SG Cardiovascular 3

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6 Oct 2016
The heart contracts and relaxes during a cardiac cycle. A cycle of one complete contraction and relaxation has two phases: diastole and systole. Diasto
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U OF SPHSI 208Dr.LeeFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lipid Raft, Lipid Bilayer, Fluid Compartments

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21 Jan 2016
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Breathing, Pulmonary Pleurae, Thoracic Cavity

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1 Mar 2016
The respiratory system has four primary functions: exchange of gases between the atmosphere and blood, homeostatic regulation of body ph, protection fr
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture 1: ACID BASE

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6 Oct 2016
Topics: buffer systems, ventilation and ph changes, kidney control of acid/base balance, acid- base disturbances may be respiratory or metabolic. ph ba
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U OF SPHSI 208Dr.LeeFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lipid Raft, Lipid Bilayer, Fluid Compartments

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21 Jan 2016
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U OF SPHSI 208bailleFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Anterior Interventricular Branch Of Left Coronary Artery, Coronary Circulation, Aortic Sinus

12 Page
11 Apr 2017
Cv system is essential for most of the multicellular organisms. Nutrients, gases, metabolites, and heat: enhances communication. Signal molecules such
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: External Intercostal Muscles, Alveolar Pressure, Scalene Muscles

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1 Mar 2016
During ventilation, air flows because of pressure gradients. (barometric = atmosphere) Inspiration occurs when alveolar pressure decreases: how we chan
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Starling Equation, Extracellular Fluid, Hydrostatics

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26 Nov 2018
3 types of capillaries: continuous, fenestrated, sinusoidal (discontinuous) Capillary exchange occurs via diffusion (transcellular or paracellular) or
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Intercalated Disc, Cardiac Muscle, Gastrointestinal Tract

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22 Oct 2018
The primary function of all muscle is to generate force or movement in response to a physiological stimulus. Communication using body language and by s
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Chapter 3: PHSI 208.6 Chapter 3 Notes (VC2)

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9 Apr 2016
Membrane physiology (def): all signals from nervous system happen at the membrane level. Functional compartments: extracellular fluid; plasma, intersti
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Chapter 1: PHSI 208.6 Chapter 1 Notes (VC1)

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9 Apr 2016
Physiology (def): the study of the normal functioning of a living organism and its component parts, including all of its chemical and physical processe
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Chapter 9: PHSI 208.6 Chapter 9 Notes (VC14)

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6 Oct 2016
Peripheral nervous system (pns): nerve tissue outside outside the cns. Crainial nerves and branches, spinal nerves and branches, ganglia, plexuses and
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Chapter 11: PHSI 208.6 Chapter 11 Notes (VC15)

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6 Oct 2016
Chapter 11: efferent division autonomic & somatic motor control. Somatic motor neurons control skeletal muscles and are mostly voluntary. Autonomous me
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Chapter 5: PHSI 208.6 Chapter 5 Notes (VC2,3,4)

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6 Oct 2016
The body fluids are in two compartments: the extracellular fluid (ecf) and intracellular fluid (icf). The ecf and icf are in osmotic equilibrium, but h
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U OF SPHSI 208Neil HibbertFall

PHSI 208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Passive-Aggressive Behavior, Dysthymia, Defence Mechanisms

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25 Jan 2013
Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (dsm) now in its 4th edition, commonly referred to as dsm iv or dsm iv-tr. Bloodletting was part
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Chapter 10: PHSI 208.6 Chapter 10 Notes (VC14)

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6 Oct 2016
The receptor acts as as a transducer which translates the external signal to an action potential. Transducers take 1 form of info and translate it to a
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U OF SPHSI 208Neil HibbertFall

PHSI 208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Dementia, Alexithymia, Standard Deviation

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25 Jan 2013
Inter-rater reliability: refers to the degree to which two independent observers or judges agree. Test-retest reliability: measures the extent to which
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U OF SPHSI 208Neil HibbertFall

PHSI 208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Exhibitionism, Sleepwalking, Human Sexual Response Cycle

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25 Jan 2013
Disorders usually first diagnosed in infancy, childhood, or adolescence. Intellectual, emotional, and physical disorders that usually begin in infancy,
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U OF SPHSI 208Neil HibbertFall

PHSI 208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Anxiety Disorder, Mental Disorder, Intermittent Explosive Disorder

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25 Jan 2013
A diagnosis of factitious disorder is applied to ppl who intentionally produce or complain of physical or psychological symptoms, apparently cuz of a p
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U OF SPHSI 208Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

PHSI 208 Midterm: Midterm #3 old test

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Departments of anatomy and cell biology, and physiology. Begin on the side of the answer sheet starting with number one. Print your name and course num
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U OF SPHSI 208Paul LeeFall

PHSI 208 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Islamic Republic News Agency, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Pinocytosis

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U OF SPHSI 208Lee PaulFall

PHSI 208 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Axon Terminal, Phagocytosis, Negative Feedback

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U OF SPHSI 208Lee PaulFall

PHSI 208 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Myosatellite Cell, Paracrine Signalling, Negative Feedback

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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonWinter

[PHSI 208] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 56 pages long Study Guide!

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Physiology the study of the normal functioning of a living organism and its component parts, including all its chemical and physical processes. Known a
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonWinter

PHSI 208- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 229 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
Topics: buffer systems, ventilation and ph changes, kidney control of acid/base balance, acid- base disturbances may be respiratory or metabolic. ph ba
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U OF SPHSI 208Lee PaulFall

PHSI 208 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Active Transport, Extracellular Fluid, Fluid Compartments

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23 Oct 2015
Sample questions for physiology 208 quiz #1: physiology is the study of, the structure of the body. B) the tissues and organs of the body at the micros
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonWinter

PHSI 208 Final: Comprehensive Final Exam Study Guide

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9 Apr 2017
Control systems and homeostasis: to maintain homeostasis, the body monitors certain key functions, regulated variables are kept within a normal range b
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonWinter

PHSI 208 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Melatonin, Olfactory Nerve, Sympathetic Ganglion

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17 Jan 2017
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PHSI 208 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pleural Cavity, Serous Membrane, Post-Translational Modification

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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 56: Reproductive System, Sister Chromatids, Y Chromosome

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PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 57: Gametogenesis, Spermatocyte, Gamete

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The testis and ovaries both produce hormones and gametes and share other similarities, but gametes produced are very different. Gametogenesis the produ
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 61: Zona Pellucida, Inner Cell Mass, Acrosome Reaction

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PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 59: Folliculogenesis, Zona Pellucida, Fallopian Tube

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PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 58: Seminiferous Tubule, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, Prostate

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PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 60: Smooth Muscle Tissue, Reproductive System, Erectile Tissue

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Reproduction is marked by species-specific behaviours designed to ensure that egg and sperm meet. In terrestrial vertebrates, internal fertilization re
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture 55: M21 GI System 3

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The gi system does not regulate intake so therefore rely on behavioural mechanisms. Feeding state: some of the absorbed nutrients will be used immediat
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 53: Hepatic Portal System, Portal Triad, Lactose Intolerance

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9 Mar 2019
5. 5 l of food, fluid and secretions enter the small intestine, an additional 3. 5 l of hepatic, pancreatic and intestinal secretions are added: most s
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 54: Taenia Coli, Trpv6, Paracellular Transport

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9 Mar 2019
Protein digestion primarily results in free amino acids, dipeptide and tripeptides. Most single aa"s on na+ cotransporters (apical) and na+ exchangers
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PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 50: Pylorus, Antrum, Chyme

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4 Mar 2019
Primary function: move nutrients, water and electrolytes from the external environment into the body"s internal environment. Central to regulation and
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