BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Posterior Pituitary, Osmoreceptor, Cardiac Output

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Integrative Physiology 3 Lecture 51
The Long Haul
Anaerobic-aerobic metabolism physiological adaptations
GI cause runners discomfort
Blood vol.diminish through sweating
Brain and heart threatened so negative feedback to maintain MAP Baroreceptor
reflex
Respiration:
CO cardiac output
Untrained burning sensation in lungs due to turbulence receptors not adjusting to
receptors well
GI Tract
Transit time not enough for adeq.absorption = runners diarrhea
Caffeine contribute negatively to diarrhea
Thermoregulation
Brain heart and lungs Vital organs
Viscera GI tract
Kidney and liver not specific to vital organs and viscera
CO 5L/min
No change in CO just redistribution of blood in resting condition
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