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Class Notes for Kinesiology at University of Regina

KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Extensor Digitorum Longus Muscle, Rectus Femoris Muscle, Biceps

Anatomy Lecture 8 Anatomy of the Muscular System Gross anatomy of a skeletal muscle -  Recall that muscle fiber is the name of a single muscle tissue cell 
 -  Several differen...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin
KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Gap Junction, Axon Terminal, Die Shrink

Anatomy Lecture 14 Review of Nervous System Basics The Resting Membrane Potential -  Receive, integrate and communicate information 
 -  Resting membrane potential changes can...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin
KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sinus Rhythm, Tetanic Contraction, Atrioventricular Node

Anatomy Lecture 4 -Intercalated discs connect muscle cells
 -Gap junctions electrically couple all the cardiac muscle cells in your heart – this allows our heart to work as a whole unit and one big pump Cardiac Muscle C...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin
KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Bronchiole, Nasal Cavity, Paranasal Sinuses

Anatomy Lecture 20
 Intakes O2 and distributes it through circulatory system, exhales CO2(waste) 4 distinct processes involves -  Pulmonary ventilation – movement of air in and out of lung ...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin
KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor, Thrombin, Factor Viii

Anatomy Lecture 12 Leukocytes (WBCs) – Not on exam.
 One of the formed elements, not very numerous Typical count is below 11000/mm^3 Platelets – very abundant, hundreds of thousands per microliter of blood, very short li...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin
KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Auditory Cortex, Lentiform Nucleus, Caudate Nucleus

Anatomy Lecture 10 SensoryAreas in the brain
 1. Primary somatosensory -  In postcentral gyrus of parietal lobe (Brodmann areas 1-3) 
 -  Receives info from somatic sensory ...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin
KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Orthostatic Hypotension, Mean Arterial Pressure, Vascular Smooth Muscle

Anatomy Lecture 18 -  High blood pressure = Higher filtration rate in Kidneys 
 -  Look over Slide 1 of Powerpoint ‘Vessels 3’ ...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin
KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Partial Pressure, Bronchiole, Perfusion

Anatomy Lecture 22 Structural Characteristics of the Respiratory Membrane – we’re at Internal respiration -  Thickness of the membrane is about 
 -  Type 1 cells are squamous epithe...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin
KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Postcentral Gyrus, Dermis, Sensory Neuron

Anatomy Lecture 15 Peripheral Nervous System:
 Comprised of Sensory (afferent) and Motor (efferent) Divisions -  Can sub-divide the motor system into somatic (conscious control) and autonomic ...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin
KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Thoracic Duct, Endothelium, Macrophage

Anatomy Lecture 19
 - Immune system uses the lymphatic system to survey parts of the body 2 parts: lymphatic vessels and lymphatic tissues/organs Lymphatic Vessels: -  Begins with microscopic lind-ended lymph ...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin
KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Ventral Respiratory Group, Dorsal Respiratory Group, Peripheral Chemoreceptors

Anatomy Lecture 23 -  70 MC, 10 diagram/fill in the blank 
 -  Total of 80 questions 
 -  20 questions are from midterm lectures therefore 25% of the test is 
 cu...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin
KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Venae Cavae, Pulmonary Vein, Interventricular Septum

Anatomy Lecture 13
 The Heart – Chapter 658-685. Email Copeland with any questions Pericardium:
 -Outermost layer is the superficial fibrous pericardium, helps to protect the heart and the cavity.Also anchors it in place
 -...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin
KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tricuspid Valve, Mitral Valve, Heart Valve

Anatomy Lecture 5 Dicrotic Notch – Small change in pressure reading*
 Thumps we hear are from the closing of the atrioventricular (1) and semilunar valves (2)
 Heart Murmurs: -  Valvular obstruction, the blood jet...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin
KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Vasomotor Center, Vascular Smooth Muscle, Capillary Pressure

Anatomy Lecture 17 Important that the blood pressure is low in the capillaries so that the capillaries don’t burst
 -Mean arteriole pressure is the combined average of the diastolic and systolic pressure and is responsibl...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin
KIN110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Deep Cerebellar Nuclei, Spinal Nerve, Cervical Vertebrae

Anatomy Lecture 11 Brainstem is made up of the pons, the midbrain and the medulla oblongata The Cerebellum: Balance and Motor Coordination Function is to coordinate movement (usually involuntary) - Vestibular system (in...

Kinesiology
KIN110
Leonard Curchin

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