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UOTTAWAANP 1105Jacqueline CarnegieFall

Physiology of Muscles.doc

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24 Mar 2012
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There are 3 types of muscles: skeletal, cardiac, and smooth muscle. Skeletal and smooth muscle cells are elongated and are called muscle fibres. The pr
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UOTTAWAANP 1105Jacqueline CarnegieFall

Structural Organization of the Human Body notes.doc

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24 Mar 2012
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There are 4 main types of tissue: epithelial- for covering connective- for support muscle- for movement nervous- for control and regulation. Usually, a
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UOTTAWAANP 1105Jacqueline CarnegieSummer

Chapter 20 The Lymphatic System.doc

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24 Mar 2012
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The lymphatic system consists of 3 parts: lymphatic vessels, lymph: the fluid contained in lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes: cleanse the lymph as it pass
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UOTTAWAANP 1105Jacqueline CarnegieFall

Physiology of the Neuron.doc

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24 Mar 2012
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Also called nerve cells; they are the structural unit of the nervous system. Highly specialized cells that conduct messages in the form of nerve impuls
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UOTTAWAANP 1105Jacqueline CarnegieFall

blood.doc

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24 Mar 2012
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Blood is the only fluid tissue in the body. Appears as a thick, homogenous liquid but has both cellular and liquid components. Blood is a specialized t
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UOTTAWAANP 1105Jacqueline CarnegieSummer

Cellular Physiology of Nerve and Muscle.doc

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24 Mar 2012
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Flexible; defines the extent of the cell and separates the intracellular fluid from the extracellular fluid (interstitial fluid) Synonymous with cell m
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heart.doc

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24 Mar 2012
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Left of the midline, from 2nd rib to 5th intercostal (between ribs) space. Anterior (in front) to the vertebral column; posterior to the sternum. The h
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Chapter 22 the respiratory system physiology.doc

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24 Mar 2012
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Breathing or pulmonary ventilation consists of inspiration when air flows into the lungs and expiration when gases exit the lungs. Respiratory pressure
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UOTTAWAANP 1105Jacqueline CarnegieFall

homeostasis.doc

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24 Mar 2012
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Homeostasis homeostasis- the ability to maintain relatively stable internal conditions even though the outside world changes continuously; indicates a
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UOTTAWAANP 1105Jacqueline CarnegieFall

Chapter 22 The Respiratory System Anatomy.doc

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24 Mar 2012
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Functions so supply the body with oxygen and dispose carbon dioxide. Movement of air into and out of the lungs so that gases there are continuously cha
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UOTTAWAANP 1105Jacqueline CarnegieFall

ANP 1105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pubic Symphysis, Germ Layer, Phospholipid

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27 Jan 2017
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Atom: smallest particle of an element with all the properties of that element. Molecule: smallest amount of a substance that can exist alone = a combo.
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ANP 1105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Tunica Intima, Blood Vessel, Tunica Media

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14 Jan 2017
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Arteries >> arterioles >> capillaries >> venules >> veins: arteries carry blood away from heart, veins carry blood towards heart, only capillaries dire
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