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Class Notes for LSB258 at Queensland University of Technology

Principles of Human Physiology

LSB258 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Vasoconstriction, Sex Steroid, Autonomic Nervous System
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LSB258 Principles of Human Physiology Integrative Physiology Interaction of Nervous system interactions with other systems physiological systems Muscular Somatic division of nervous system act...

Biomedical Sciences
LSB258
Mark Plenderleith
LSB258 Lecture 9: Reprodutive Physiology
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LSB258 Human Physiology The Reproductive System Male The male reproductive system includes all the organs responsible for the production of sperm (the male gamete) Reproductive - Also includes the organs that are involved ...

Biomedical Sciences
LSB258
Mark Plenderleith
LSB258 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Jejunum, Serous Membrane, Anal Canal
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The Digestive System Introduction The main purpose of the digestive system is to break large molecules down into smaller subunits due to the fact that: to The Large molecules are typically chemically inert and need to be b...

Biomedical Sciences
LSB258
Mark Plenderleith
LSB258 Lecture 7: Renal Physiology
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The Urinary System Introduction to The primary function of the urinary system is the formation of urine The Urinary - Urine a filtrate of blood plasma, and a vehicle for secretion of waste products System o Filtered - drug...

Biomedical Sciences
LSB258
Mark Plenderleith
LSB258 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cellular Respiration, Bronchus, Bronchiole
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LSB258 Human Physiology - The Respiratory System Respiration Physiological respiration involves the transport of oxygen to cells within the tissues, where energy production occurs ...

Biomedical Sciences
LSB258
Mark Plenderleith
LSB258 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Patellar Reflex, Neuroglia, Myelin
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LSB258 Principles of Human Physiology The Nervous System Introduction The nervous system coordinates the actions of complex organisms via the transmission of electrochemical signals - These signals are transmitted by a spe...

Biomedical Sciences
LSB258
Mark Plenderleith
LSB258 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Insulin, Estrogen, Thymosin
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The Endocrine System Endocrine The endocrine system ductless glands that release chemicals (hormones) into the blood to regulate body functions System A hormone is a chemical messenger that is transported via the bloodstre...

Biomedical Sciences
LSB258
Mark Plenderleith
LSB258 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Extracellular Fluid, Nephron, White Blood Cell
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Introduction to Human Physiology Four major cell Name the four major types of cells in the human body and describe their defining characteristics types in the body Neurons (nerve cells) tran...

Biomedical Sciences
LSB258
Mark Plenderleith
LSB258 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sarcomere, Cardiac Pacemaker, Endomysium
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Muscles Skeletal muscle structure at cellular level o The body of muscle is the art that generates force o Epimysium - extends from tendons to surround the body of muscle o Perimysium ...

Biomedical Sciences
LSB258
Mark Plenderleith
LSB258 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Motor Cortex, Aspirin, Nociception

NervousSystem2 Organisation of the nervous system o ~100 billion neurons Two major division o Peripheral Nervous System Consists of: 31 pairs of spinal nerves (radiate from spinal cord) 12 pairs of cranial nerves Two subdi...

Biomedical Sciences
LSB258
Mark Plenderleith
LSB258 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Brain Tumor, Micrograph, Ependyma

NervousSystem Action potentials o Electrical signals o Complex electrochemical events o Start in the cell body of the neuron o Travel down an axon (0.5-130m/s) Synaptic tran...

Biomedical Sciences
LSB258
Mark Plenderleith

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