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Class Notes for 314151 at Curtin University

Health, Activity and Rehabilitation 100

314151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: T-Tubule, Cardiac Muscle, Skeletal Muscle

Lecture 6 (wk 7) Muscle function: Primary produce movement Secondary postural maintenance, respiration, body heat production, communication, constriction of organs and vessels, cardiac contraction. Skeletal and cardiac mus...

Rehabilitation Therapies
314151
Carly Brade
314151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Mitral Valve, Interventricular Septum, Breathing

Lecture 5 5416 Function of the cardiorespiratory system: Acquisition respiratory system including pulmonary ventilation, lungs, alveoli gas diffusion. Circulation cardiovascular system (heart, arteries, venous system) ...

Rehabilitation Therapies
314151
Carly Brade
314151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Respiratory System, Trachea, Partial Pressure

Lecture 4 22315 The Respiratory System Purpose: Acquire oxygen from the environment. Lungs circulatory system Utilisation during aerobic respiration for ATP production Without oxygen, the cells of the body will rapidly d...

Rehabilitation Therapies
314151
Carly Brade
314151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Renal Pelvis, Renal Pyramids, Renal Capsule

Lecture 8 The Urinary system Kidney function: Excretion blood is filtered through the kidneys where urine is formed. Regulation of blood volume and pressure control of extracellular fluid of the body by producing small a...

Rehabilitation Therapies
314151
Carly Brade
314151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Serous Gland, Enteric Nervous System, Semipermeable Membrane

Lecture 3 15316 The Digestive System The digestive tract is a tube that runs from the mouth to the anus. It has accessory organs (glands that secrete fluids into the canal) that help break down foods. Food goes in the oral...

Rehabilitation Therapies
314151
Carly Brade
314151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Proximal Tubule, Ascending Limb Of Loop Of Henle, Simple Squamous Epithelium

A majority of the reabsorption occurs in the proximal convoluted tubule it absorbs 65 of the filtrate. Reabsorption if the Loop of Henle Descending limb thin segment Interstitial fluid concentration is high in the medulla....

Rehabilitation Therapies
314151
Carly Brade
314151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Somatic Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System, Extracellular Fluid

Lecture 7 (W9) Endocrine system: Regulatory systems: Nervous system o Somatic nervous system voluntary system, skeletal muscle contraction. o Autonomic nervous system involuntary system, maintains a state of homeostasis S...

Rehabilitation Therapies
314151
Carly Brade
314151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Enteric Nervous System, Semipermeable Membrane, Mastication

Active lifestyle: Being active and performing some sort of physical activity for over 150 minutes a week. Health: The state of being in complete physical, mental and social well being. It is not the absence of illness or d...

Rehabilitation Therapies
314151
Carly Brade

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