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U OF SPHSI 208Dr.LeeFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lipid Raft, Lipid Bilayer, Fluid Compartments

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U OF SPHSI 208Dr.LeeFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hemoglobin, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Pearson Education

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Topics: determinants of diffusion (567-571, gas transport in the blood (571-572, hemoglobin and o2 transport (572-577) Random movement of molecules fro
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U OF SPHSI 208paulleeFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Suprachiasmatic Nucleus, Autocrine Signalling, Peripheral Nervous System

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Answer: c: which body fluid compartment normally contains high levels of k+, large anions, and proteins, plasma only, interstitial fluid only, intracel
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Vascular Smooth Muscle, Inotrope, Pulmonary Artery

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Contractility is controlled by the nervous and endocrine systems. Any chemical that affects contractility is called an inotropic agent, and its influen
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture 6: PHSI 208.6 SG Cardiovascular 6

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Topics: blood pressure; sphygmomanometry; mean arterial blood pressure and determinants; resistance in the arterioles. This is a device that measures b
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Intercalated Disc, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Skeletal Muscle

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Cardiac muscle = is made up of cardiac myocytes (myocardial muscle cells) It"s st(cid:396)iated a(cid:374)d has sa(cid:396)(cid:272)o(cid:373)e(cid:396
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Breathing, Pulmonary Pleurae, Thoracic Cavity

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The respiratory system has four primary functions: exchange of gases between the atmosphere and blood, homeostatic regulation of body ph, protection fr
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U OF SPHSI 208Dr.LeeFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lipid Raft, Lipid Bilayer, Fluid Compartments

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U OF SPHSI 208bailleFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Myosin, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Cardiac Muscle Cell

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Skeletal muscles: attached to bones of the skeleton, enables muscles to control body movement, voluntary. Unique in that they contract only in response
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture 1: PHSI 208.6 SG Cardiovascular 1

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Overview of the cardiovascular system; pressure, volume, flow, resistance, and velocity; the heart. The requirement for a circulatory system is a conse
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture 2: PHSI 208.6 SG Cardiovascular 2

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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: External Intercostal Muscles, Alveolar Pressure, Scalene Muscles

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During ventilation, air flows because of pressure gradients. (barometric = atmosphere) Inspiration occurs when alveolar pressure decreases: how we chan
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