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Class Notes for BMS130 at Charles Sturt University

Physiological Sciences 2

BMS130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hyperventilation, Lung Volumes, Hypoventilation
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RESPIRATORY SYSTEM State the sources of resistance to pulmonary airflow and discuss their relevance to respiration 1. Pulmonary compliance - How easily the lungs expand - Opposite of ela...

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BMS130
James Wickham
BMS130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Internal Intercostal Muscles, Thoracic Cavity, Peripheral Chemoreceptors
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RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Central chemoreceptors Located in the medulla Reacts to changes in the pH of cerebrospinal fluid ed H+ concentration in CSF is a potent stimulus for ing the respiratory rate Peripheral chemoreceptors ...

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BMS130
James Wickham
BMS130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Phrenic Nerve, Control Of Ventilation, Medulla Oblongata
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RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Name the muscles of respiration and describe their roles in breathing Breathing (pulmonary ventilation) 1 cycle of inspiration expiration Flow of air in and out of lung requires a pressure difference ...

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BMS130
James Wickham
BMS130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Esophagus, Jejunum, Blood Sugar
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State and describe 5 functions of the respiratory system 1. Olfaction it provides the passageway in the upper nasal cavity for the airborne chemicals (odorants) to be detected by the olfactory cells 2. Phonation houses the...

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BMS130
James Wickham
BMS130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Trabecula, Epithelium, Interventricular Septum
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CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Lecture 8 Describe the general location, size, and shape of the heart Location: mediastinum, between lungs Shape Base broad superior portion of heart Apex inferior end, tilts to the left, tapers t...

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James Wickham
BMS130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Pulmonary Vein, Vitamin, Aorta
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CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Lecture 7 Describe the process of clot retraction and repair Clot retraction occurs within 30 minutes Platelets contain contractile proteins (actin myosin) Platelet contraction pulls on fibrin thr...

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James Wickham
BMS130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fibrinogen, Degranulation, Thrombin
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CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Lecture 6 Describe platelets and list 5 functions Description Platelets are cell fragments (24 m diameter) of a large red bone marrow cell called a megakaryocyte Platelet production is known as thro...

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James Wickham
BMS130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Antibody, Anticoagulant, Heparin
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CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Lecture 4 State the relative abundance of each of the five leukocytes 5,000 to 10,000 WBCsL with conspicuous nucleus Travel in blood then migrate to connective tissue Five different types that protect...

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BMS130
James Wickham
BMS130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Fetus, Blood Transfusion, Antigen
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CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Lecture 4 Explain what determines a persons ABO blood type Blood types are determined by the presence of specific glycoproteins called antigens on the membrane of a RBC RBC antigens Agglutinogens; A ...

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James Wickham
BMS130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Anemia, Heart Failure, Viscosity
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CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Lecture 1 Erythrocytes and Hemoglobin Describe the life cycle of RBCs including their production and disposal 120 day cycle 2.5 million per second Erythropoiesis 35 days RBC produced in red bone marr...

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James Wickham
BMS130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Hematocrit, Spectrin, Hemoglobin
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CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Lecture 1 - Erythrocytes and Hemoglobin Describe the structure and function of erythrocytes and their relationship to hemoglobin Erythrocytes Structure Function/R...

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James Wickham
BMS130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Kwashiorkor, Osmotic Concentration, Gamma Globulin
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Lecture 1 Introduction and erythrocytes State and describe 5 functions of the circulatory system 1. Blood carries O2 from lungs to tissues and CO2, from tissues to lungs 2. Transportation of metabolic wastes to kidneys 3....

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