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SFUBPK 306Mike WalshFall

BPK 306 Lecture Notes - Partial Pressure, Blood Gas Tension, Hemoglobin

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It goes: the pressure gradient against a conc"n gradient, gas in solution, total volume of gas in blood depends on its solubility in accordance with. 1
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SFUBPK 306Mike WalshFall

BPK 306 Lecture Notes - Lung Volumes, Breathing Gas, Respiratory Tract

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The first air expired is the last air in which is pure o2 w/ no nitrogen: nitrogen conc"n begins to rise thereafter, reflecting beginning of expiration
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SFUBPK 306Mike WalshFall

BPK 306 Lecture Notes - Bronchiole, Gas Exchange, Frataxin

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Introduction: primary fxn of pulmonary system, body enhances rate gas exchange, study table of abbreviations, gas exchange (o2 uptake and co2 removal @
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SFUBPK 306Mike WalshFall

BPK 306 Lecture Notes - Alveolar Cells, Pulmonary Compliance, Transpulmonary Pressure

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Lung compliance and stability: compliance of the lung, degree to which lung expands/fills for change in transpulmonary pressure (pressure betw pleural
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SFUBPK 306Mike WalshFall

BPK 306 Lecture Notes - Transpulmonary Pressure, Intrapleural Pressure, Alveolar Pressure

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Alveolar ventilation-perfusion relations: regional lung ventilation differences, can use radioactive xenon to detect how much ventilation is received b
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SFUBPK 306Mike WalshFall

BPK 306 Lecture Notes - Alveolar Pressure, Blood Gas Tension, Hypercapnia

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1 Dec 2011
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If expired pco2 is low due to anatomical dead space, and physiological dead space, then vd/vt ratio increases: vd/vt: 0. 25 to 0. 35 in young adults in
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SFUBPK 306Mike WalshFall

BPK 306 Lecture Notes - Internal Intercostal Muscles, External Intercostal Muscles, Rib Cage

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SFUBPK 306Mike WalshFall

BPK 306 Lecture Notes - Pulmonary Vein, Pulmonary Artery, Alveolar Pressure

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1 Dec 2011
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If alveolar o2 decr 30% (pao2 < 70mm hg), adjacent vessels constrict, increasing resistance and reducing blood flow. (blood flow ctrl due to po2 of alv
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SFUBPK 306Mike WalshFall

BPK 306 Lecture Notes - Phospholamban, Sodium-Calcium Exchanger, Adrenal Gland

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1 Dec 2011
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Arterioles and control of resistance: local factors, endothelial cells. Edrf = no: endothelium sm cgmp produces pkg, pkg = vasodilation, phosphorylates
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SFUBPK 306Mike WalshFall

BPK 306 Chapter Notes -Resting Potential, Nernst Equation, Pericardial Fluid

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1 Dec 2011
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Kin 305 tutorial #1 questions: why does a membrane potential exists in the cardiac myocytes. Action potentials require the membrane potential in order
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SFUBPK 306Mike WalshFall

BPK 306 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cardiac Muscle Cell, Ryanodine Receptor 2, Resting Potential

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Explain their physiological significance: physiological significance: ca++ needs to be brought into the cell to activate cicr from sr that will increas
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes -Pulmonary Stretch Receptors, Peripheral Chemoreceptors, Local Anesthetic

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1 Dec 2011
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Inspiration causes increased air flow, and blood flow into pulmonary vessels. This stretches pulmonary stretch receptors, inducing the hering- The refl
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes -Hypovolemia, Vasoconstriction, Baroreceptor

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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Study Guide - Final Guide: External Intercostal Muscles, Alveolar Pressure, Intrapleural Pressure

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I"m at the mouth where there are others just like me. 21% of the air is filled with other oxygen molecules. I first travel through the conducting zone
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Lecture Notes - Blood Gas Tension, Venous Blood, Blood Plasma

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1 Dec 2011
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With respect to dead space what is the difference between fowler"s method and the bohr equation. Fowler"s method: measuring nitrogen increase when brea
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Lung Volumes, High-Altitude Pulmonary Edema, Functional Residual Capacity

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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Study Guide - Final Guide: Voltage-Gated Potassium Channel, Mitral Valve, Superior Vena Cava

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1 Dec 2011
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There is high pressure created in heart chambers during contraction, and lower pressure in blood vessels. Lowest pressure is at the vena cava just befo
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes -Renal Function, Macula Densa, Afferent Arterioles

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1 Dec 2011
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Chapter 19 (multiple choice and essay type: (a) draw and explain the structure of a typical nephron all the way to the collecting ducts. [20 minutes, 1
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes -Postcentral Gyrus, Withdrawal Reflex, Anterior Grey Column

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1 Dec 2011
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Practice questions on chapter 13 [there is some repetition of questions: describe the structure of a gto. Draw and describe reflex connections of 1b af
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Sliding Filament Theory, Autonomic Ganglion, Myocyte

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1 Dec 2011
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Somatic output neurons: are called motoneurons, motoneurons located in ventral horn of the spinal cord, no cell bodies outside cns, target is skeletal
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes -Anterior Pituitary, Pregnenolone, Lipophilicity

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1 Dec 2011
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Practice questions chapter 7: briefly describe the steps in the synthesis, storage and release of a peptide hormone. [ ~ a page, 15 minutes: synthesis,
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Basal Ganglia, Peripheral Nervous System, Posterior Column

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14 Oct 2011
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Draw and label gross structure of the central nervous system. [10 minutes: draw and label the three separate sections of the spinal grey matter and spi
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Multiple Sclerosis, Myelin, Akon

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14 Oct 2011
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Take an unmyelinated neuron, give all details to describe generation and conduction of an action potential from the trigger zone down to the terminals.
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Schwann Cell, Neuroglia, Myosatellite Cell

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14 Oct 2011
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Draw and label the main (gross) structures of the central nervous system. In a few sentences describe what you have drawn. The central nervous system c
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SFUBPK 205Parveen BawaSummer

BPK 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Blood Vessel, Homeostasis, Positive Feedback

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14 Oct 2011
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[total one page with a figure; 15 minutes] The body maintains its 37 deg c temperature by countering the loss of heat instigated by the cold water. Ner
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SFUBPK 340Stephen BrownSummer

Final exam preparation study notes

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Ways to improve: unconditional acceptance, conditional acceptance (reinforcing a good behavior, expectancy theory (week 3) (desirability) Rotter behavi
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SFUBPK 110Leah EsplenWinter

ch. 18 textbook study questions

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SFUBPK 110Leah EsplenWinter

ch. 16 and 17 textbook study questions

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SFUBPK 110Leah EsplenWinter

ch. 13 textbook study questions

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SFUBPK 110Leah EsplenWinter

ch 1 and 2 textbook study questions

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SFUBPK 110Leah EsplenWinter

ch. 14 and 15 textbook study questions

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SFUBPK 110Leah EsplenWinter

ch. 11 and 12 textbook study questions

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SFUBPK 110Leah EsplenWinter

ch. 4 and 5 textbook study questions

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SFUBPK 110Leah EsplenWinter

alternative nutrition and ch. 3 study questions

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SFUBPK 110Leah EsplenWinter

Ch. 1 and 2 textbook study questions

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Health beliefs are characterized by an individual"s perception that he or she is susceptible to a disease and, if so, that action can be taken to preve
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SFUBPK 110Leah EsplenWinter

ch. 8 and spotlight on alcohol textbook study questions

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SFUBPK 110Leah EsplenWinter

ch. 6 and 7 textbook study questions

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13 Oct 2011
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandWinter

BPK 143 Chapter Notes -Vo2 Max, Blood Sugar, Glycogen

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13 Oct 2011
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It will induce a great insulin release that will continue to invoke glucose storage as glycogen even when the race starts, lowering blood glucose level
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandWinter

BPK 143 Chapter Notes -Major Depressive Disorder, Bone Density, Osteoporosis

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13 Oct 2011
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What is eustress: positive effects of stress. You grow stronger, and become less vulnerable to illness or injury: explain why stress is essential to yo
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandWinter

BPK 143 Chapter Notes -Body Fat Percentage, Fembot, Electrical Resistance And Conductance

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