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PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Gonad, Egg Cell, Meiosis
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Lecture 34: Female Reproductive Tract Slide 2 17.13a.jpg The female has 3 different tubes -The urethra is the tube that is used by urine and semen but not at the same time -The urethra and the bladder are separate from t...

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PHYSIOL 201
Elizabeth Rust
PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Serous Membrane, Enterochromaffin-Like Cell, Duodenum
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Lecture 28: The GI Structure & Stomach Slide 2 The GI track has multiple organs associated with it -Have the track itself and then we also have the accessory organs The track itself consists of A-F Anything that isn’t ab...

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PHYSIOL 201
Elizabeth Rust
PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Peripheral Nervous System, Grey Matter, Auditory Cortex
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Lecture 6: Nervous System Structure Slide 2 Central is the brain and spinal cord The peripheral nervous system is information going in to the CNS and information coming out from the CNS Afferent travels from the peripher...

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PHYSIOL 201
Elizabeth Rust
PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Kidney, Respiratory Acidosis, Red Blood Cell
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Lecture 22: Gas Transport Slide 2 PO2 and PCO2 values is an indication of the amount of gas being dissolved in the solution, not being carried in any other way This is not the only way gases can be carried Slide 3 Becau...

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PHYSIOL 201
Elizabeth Rust
PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Functional Residual Capacity, Vital Capacity, Nostril
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Lecture 19: Organization of Respiratory System Slide 2 The whole process of respiration is move oxygen from the atmosphere and into close proximity to our cells and then release CO2 So we have bulk flow exchange between ...

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PHYSIOL 201
Elizabeth Rust
PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Homeostasis, Glycerol, Gestational Diabetes
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Lecture 32: Insulin and Diabetes Slide 2 How does a liver know if it should store glucose as glycogen or release it to be used by other cells? -Hormone changes that occur related to levels of blood glucose -Nervous syste...

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PHYSIOL 201
Elizabeth Rust
PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Male Reproductive System, Gonad, Phagocytosis
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Lecture 33: Male Reproduction Slide 3 Reproduction is about the survival of the species, not the individual -Not homeostasis Crossing over increases genetic diversity Homologous chromosomes line up in independent assortm...

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PHYSIOL 201
Elizabeth Rust
PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Prolactin, Activin And Inhibin, Semen Analysis
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Lecture 35: Pregnancy, Parturition and Lactation Slide 2 Very few of the sperm will actually make it -By the time you get the sperm through the cervix and the mucus present in the cervix, they start to die off -This huge...

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PHYSIOL 201
Elizabeth Rust
PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Resting Potential, Immunoglobulin Light Chain, Cell Membrane
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Lecture 11: Smooth Muscle Slide 2 Skeletal muscle for the most part is attached to our bones and controls our posture, balance and voluntary movements Smooth muscle is located around hollow tubes and organs When we think...

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PHYSIOL 201
Elizabeth Rust
PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Respiratory Acidosis, Alkalosis, Metabolic Acidosis
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Lecture 27: Renal Regulation of pH and Ca+2 Slide 2 When pH starts to change, proteins change their shape -If the shape changes, the function will be affected Normal pH is 7.4 (same as arterial blood) Eliminating H+ from...

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PHYSIOL 201
Elizabeth Rust
PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Proprioception, Extracellular Fluid, Respiratory Center
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Lecture 23: Control of Breathing, Exercise & Altitude Slide 2 There are homeostatic pathways that help maintain appropriate PO2, PCO2 and pH levels The first thing to think about is is it voluntary in all situation? -No....

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PHYSIOL 201
Elizabeth Rust
PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Superior Vena Cava, Aorta, Extracellular Fluid
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Lecture 13: Cardiovascular Physiology Overview Slide 2 We need the CV system because we are very big CV=cardiovascular system Slide 3 12.02.jpg We have the pulmonary circulation and the systemic circulation (which is al...

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PHYSIOL 201
Elizabeth Rust
PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Sinoatrial Node, Systolic Geometry, Troponin
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Lecture 15: Cardiac Cycle Slide 2 12.19a.jpg This cycle repeats We are going to start with systole which is the term that refers to ventricles contracting In healthy individuals, atrium contracting is not very important ...

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PHYSIOL 201
Elizabeth Rust
PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Capillary Pressure, Muscle Tone, Hemostasis
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Lecture 18: CV Changes and Health Concerns Slide 2 Since MAP and CO went up but TPR went down, it tells you that CO changed more than TPR CO: HR and SV went up which is why the CO also went up TPR: Why did it go down? Be...

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PHYSIOL 201
Elizabeth Rust
PHYSIOL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Collecting Duct System, Reabsorption, Plasma Osmolality
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Lecture 25: Renal Function Slide 2 The only system that we have that isn’t about keeping balance is the reproductive system Every other system is to keep balance To keep balance, you need in to equal out -In can be eatin...

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Elizabeth Rust

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