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Class Notes for BIOL 3070 at York University (page 2)

Animal Physiology II

BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: External Intercostal Muscles, Internal Intercostal Muscles, Intrapleural Pressure

Lecture 10 PDF  Mechanisms of Ventilation in mammals:  Slide 2: o Usually we have the same pressure of 760 mmHg inside and outside of the lungs o In order to allow the air to move into the lungs, we should lower the...

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BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Partial Pressure, Viscosity, Trachea

Lecture 11 pdf:  Slide 2: o Fish:  Water is denser (1000x) and higher viscosity (50x) than air.  More difficult for the animals living in air to move this water through the resp. organs  O2 in fresh water and se...

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Dr.Paluzzi
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Intracellular Ph, Metabolic Waste, Osmotic Concentration

Lecture 17:  Ammonetelic organism  removes the nitrogenous wastes in he form of ammonia due to the excess of water o Ammonia is the most toxic o It is very soluble o Aquatic and terrestrial animals release nitro...

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BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Ascending Limb Of Loop Of Henle, Osmotic Concentration, Countercurrent Multiplication

 PDF 15  Slide 2: o Loop of Henle  Ascending and descending tubules that are parallel to each other but fluid runs anti parallel inside  Imp for establishing OSMOTIC GRADIENT in the MEDULA  Responsible for hypo...

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Dr.Paluzzi
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Straight Arterioles Of Kidney, Renal Corpuscle, Renal Blood Flow

Lecture 14: MAMALIAN KIDNEY  Slide 2: o They play an important role in maintaining the total osmolarity of extra and intracellular fluid by absorbing and secreting ions. o Maintaining the long term arterial pressure ...

Biology
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Dr.Paluzzi
BIOL 3070 Lecture 16: Lecture 16 Animal Physiology 2 Renal System

 LECTURE 16: PDF 15 o Slide 11:  ADH secreted from the paraventricular nucleus and released from the posterior pituitary gland when water is low in the blood  Leads to increase in absorption of water  Slide 12 o...

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BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Pinocytosis, Osculum, Pseudopodia

Lecture 18: Feeding, digestion and absorption  Food  fuel for the body supplying it with macromolecules for energy production and building blocks to synthesis new cells and tissues o Water, proteins, fats and carbohyd...

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Dr.Paluzzi
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Nitric Oxide, Diastole, Muscle Tone

 Lecture 4 on the slides o Arterioles, capillaries and venules lack one or more tunic layers Arterial System:  allows the flow of blood from the heart  Low compliance: means that it has less pressure to volume ...

Biology
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Dr.Paluzzi
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Mitral Valve, Tricuspid Valve, Pulmonary Vein

Lecture 3, Jan 11, 2017  Mammalian heart; structure and function o Contractile organ is known as the muscular heart o Multiple chambers, contract to increase the pressure  There are segregation between different c...

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Dr.Paluzzi
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Abdominal Cavity, Sympathetic Nervous System, Rete Algorithm

 Lecture 5: January 16, 2017  Venous System: o High compliance, means high pressure to volume o Blood volume reservoir, most blood stored in the veins around 60%  If more blood is needed, it will be driven from t...

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Dr.Paluzzi
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Aortic Arch, Baroreceptor, Blood Vessel

 Lecture 6:  Parasympathetic system is not a regulator of the diameter of the arteriolar vessel o In the reproductive organs in the mammals, the parasympathetic system leads to the vasodilation of the arteries in the...

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BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Pulmonary Circulation, Pulmonary Artery, Spiral Valve

 Lecture 7 (slides of lecture 6 from slide 13):  Water breathing fish: o The heart has 2 chambers, 1 atrium and 1 ventricle that are in series o the pulmonary and systemic circuits are in series as the blood:  atr...

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BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Hypertension, Thermoregulation, Closed System

Circulatory System:  General plan of the circulatory system and types of circulation: o Organisms that are larger than one micro meter have evolved a mechanism known as blood flow in order to overcome the limitations o...

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Dr.Paluzzi
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Salivary Gland, Digastric Muscle, Gastrointestinal Tract

Lecture 19: Alimentary canal is continuous with the external medium as the mouth and anus form an opening and  Headgut: o Receives ingested material through the mouth o Composed of: Mouth, oral cavity, pharynx, tee...

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Dr.Paluzzi
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Duodenum, Cvcc, Antihypotensive Agent

find more resources at oneclass.com Animal physiology 2 lecture: paluzzi@yorku.ca , Lumbers 221 Labs start Jan 16 Lab quizzes based on materials in the lab protocols Researchguides.library.yorku.ca/mendeley Ci...

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