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PHGY 210 Lecture 7-14 Respiratory System.pdf

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16 Mar 2012
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Notes by yingzhou edward pan: structure of the lungs and chest wall. Fundamentally, the respiratory system is concerned with gas exchange. The collecti
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MCGILLPHGY 210K.Andrew WhiteWinter

PHGY 210 Lecture Notes - External Anal Sphincter, Muscularis Mucosae, Loose Connective Tissue

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22 Aug 2012
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Site of nutrient processing providing raw materials for growth, repair, function & regulation. Earthworm: hollow tube with lumen (central cavity) Mamma
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MCGILLPHGY 210K.Andrew WhiteWinter

PHGY 210 Lecture 1 Endocrinology.pdf

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16 Mar 2012
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But also through endocrine system, using substances called hormones. Hormones are generally carried to target site through blood. Posterior pituitary (
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MCGILLPHGY 210K.Andrew WhiteFall

PHGY 210 Lecture 2-Endocrinology.pdf

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16 Mar 2012
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The most common form of hormone release mechanism is negative feedback. Can feedback to one place, but sometimes get double feedback loop, where two th
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MCGILLPHGY 210K.Andrew WhiteWinter

PHGY 210 Lecture 26 Digestion.pdf

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16 Mar 2012
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The idea of all physiological systems is to keep the body"s internal environment stable. The git is concerned with supplying the milieu interieure with
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MCGILLPHGY 210K.Andrew WhiteWinter

PHGY 210 Lecture 6.pdf

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16 Mar 2012
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PHGY 210 Lecture 5.pdf

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16 Mar 2012
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The menstrual cycle is the fluctuation in hormonal levels in human females and the series of physiological changes that accompany them. The menstrual c
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MCGILLPHGY 210K.Andrew WhiteWinter

PHGY 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Horse Length

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16 Mar 2012
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Plays key role in many fundamental biological processes. Normal blood clotting, maintains membrane potential (with na+ & k+), excitability of nervous t
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MCGILLPHGY 210K.Andrew WhiteWinter

PHGY 210 Lecture 4 Endocrinology.pdf

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16 Mar 2012
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Failure of adrenal cortex to produce enough adrenocortical hormones (both glucocorticoid & May be caused by destruction of the gland. Or more commonly
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MCGILLPHGY 210K.Andrew WhiteWinter

PHGY 210 Lecture Notes - Renal Blood Flow, Renal Pelvis, Afferent Arterioles

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22 Aug 2012
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150 g population is born with only 1 kidney but live normal lives. After blood flows around, it is collected back in the venous system & backtracks the
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MCGILLPHGY 210K.Andrew WhiteWinter

PHGY 210 Lecture 27-31.pdf

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16 Mar 2012
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The idea of all physiological systems is to keep the body"s internal environment stable. The git is concerned with supplying the milieu interieure with
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MCGILLPHGY 210K.Andrew WhiteSummer

PHGY 210 Lecture 24 Digestion.doc

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16 Mar 2012
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In an earthworm there is the simplest form of a git it stretches linearly along the body and connects the external environment. The lumen is the centra
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