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Class Notes for Physiology at University of Otago

Lecture 9.docx

Capillaries and Veins Objectives:  Understand the functional a...

Physiology
PHSL232
Daryl Schwenke
Lecture 8.docx

Aorta to Capillaries Objectives:  Understand the design and fu...

Physiology
PHSL232
Daryl Schwenke
Lecture 7.docx

Design of the Vascular System: overview Objectives:  Gain a ge...

Physiology
PHSL232
Daryl Schwenke
Lecture 6.docx

Extrinsic Control of Cardiac Function Objectives:  Ner...

Physiology
PHSL232
Regis Lamberts
Lecture 5.docx

Electrical Properties of Cardiac Tissue Objectives:  Explain t...

Physiology
PHSL232
Regis Lamberts
Lecture 4.docx

Intrinsic Control of Cardiac Function Objectives:  Intrinsic c...

Physiology
PHSL232
Regis Lamberts
Lecture 3.docx

Objectives:  The process and the responsible cellular structures...

Physiology
PHSL232
Regis Lamberts
Lecture 2.docx

Objectives:  Changes in pressure in the ventricles and atria, ao...

Physiology
PHSL232
Regis Lamberts
Lecture 1.docx

Objectives:  Why a CVS?  Structure of the heart  The primar...

Physiology
PHSL232
Regis Lamberts
PHSL233 lecture 02.doc

PHSL233 Lecture 02 ...

Physiology
PHSL233
Kirk Hamilton
PHSL233 lecture 03.doc

PHSL233 Lecture 03 ...

Physiology
PHSL233
Kirk Hamilton
PHSL233 lecture 04.doc

PHSL233 Lecture 04 ...

Physiology
PHSL233
Kirk Hamilton
PHSL233 lecture 05.doc

PHSL233 Lecture 05 ...

Physiology
PHSL233
Kirk Hamilton
PHSL233 lecture 01.doc

PHSL233 Lecture 01 ...

Physiology
PHSL233
Kirk Hamilton

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