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WESTERNPsychology 3229A/BScott Mac Dougall- ShackletonFall

Psychology 3229A/B Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Limk1, Foxp2, Language Disorder

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Evidence taken from patients who have lesions in specific brain regions & specific impairments (which leave other modalities relatively unharmed); Stud
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WESTERNPsychology 3229A/BScott Mac Dougall- ShackletonFall

Psychology 3229A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Great Chain Of Being, Erasmus Darwin, Naturalistic Fallacy

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Fl. a = deviations from perfect symmetry in normally symmetric species. Caused by environmental stress (i. e. poor nutrition) during development. Most
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WESTERNClassical Studies 3612F/GRichard BrownFall

Classical Studies 3612F/G Lecture Notes - Chryses, Troy Book, Thersites

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Iliad: books divisions made by alexandrian editors (24 letters in greek alphabet, potentially broken into 3 oral performances. Book i: proem (prelude):
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WESTERNClassical Studies 3612F/GRichard BrownFall

Odyssey - Greek epic (special topics course that wasn't on list)

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WESTERNClassical Studies 3612F/GRichard BrownFall

Classical Studies 3612F/G Lecture Notes - Homeric Hymns, Argonautica, Museon

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Some language differences (i. e. in rhetoric); very interested in showing off obscure learning much more so than homer: virgil strongly engages apollon
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Esophagus, Motility, Hyoid Bone

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Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Enteropeptidase, Trypsinogen, Tripeptide

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Protein digestion & absorption: digestion begins in the stomach through the actions of pepsin, which is converted from pepsinogen by the release of aci
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Cholera Toxin, Symporter, Diarrhea

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Sodium transport (cont"d: primarily in the lower gut. Typified by secondary active transport using a na/cl symporter (1:1 ratio); the transporter is ac
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Enteric Nervous System, Motility, Gastrointestinal Tract

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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Gastrin, Pylorus, G Cell

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Stomach secretion: functionally different regions (look the same, but different functions) Proximal part (2/3 of total volume) = oxyntic gland area. Th
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Silly Putty, Stress Relaxation, Skeletal Muscle

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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Pancreatic Duct, Pancreatic Juice, Acinus

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Down-regulation of gastric acid secretion: very close to the secretory cells of the pyloric gland area is another cell that releases somatostatin (norm
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Enteric Nervous System, Gastrin, Pylorus

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Occurs after food has entered the stomach and sits there. Least important phase; contributes very little to the increase in acid secretion that results
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Salivary Gland, Enteric Nervous System, Acinus

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Gastrointestinal (gi) tract: contributes to and is impacted by all the previous systems; therefore is incredibly important. Receives 1/3 of the total c
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Insulin Resistance, Polyphagia, Angiopathy

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Diabetes mellitus: diabetes greek (large volume of urine); mellitus latin (a sweet taste) In severe cases, get ketosis (build-up of ketones in bloodstr
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Cholesteryl Ester, Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone, Acth Receptor

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Divided into several layers: glomerulosa aldosterone, fasciculata cortisol, reticularis androgens (fairly significant source of androgens) 75% in plasm
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Circadian Rhythm, Neuroendocrinology, Pineal Gland

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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Agranulocyte, Distal Convoluted Tubule, Trpv5

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Parathyroid physiology & calcium metabolism: regulation of ca mostly by parathyroid hormone (pth); more tightly regulated than any other ion in the bod
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Pulmonary Stretch Receptors, Peripheral Chemoreceptors, Central Chemoreceptors

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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Intercostal Muscle, External Intercostal Muscles, Lung Volumes

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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Functional Residual Capacity, Breathing, Tidal Volume

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Lung volumes & deadspace: measure volumes by spirometry. Every turn person inhales, bell moves down and pen moves up; vice-versa for exhalation: volume
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Autocrine Signalling, Paracrine Signalling, Endocrine System

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Tissues and cells capable of secreting/responding to hormones. A chemical substance produced in one part of the body that is secreted into the bloodstr
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Hemoglobin, Partial Pressure, Carbonic Anhydrase

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Oxygen transport: transported (i) as a dissolved gas (minor component), or (ii) bound to haemoglobin, binding to haemoglobin. 4 subunits, each with hem
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Reflex Syncope, Adrenal Medulla, Sweat Gland

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Other mechanisms of cv regulation: emotional stress (i. e. joy, excitement, sorrow, anger, humiliation, embarrassment, etc. ) If people suffer from lon
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Splanchnic Nerves, Baroreflex, Nitric Oxide

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Myogenic theory: resistance cells in arterioles are sensitive to pressure; can adjust resistance based on resistance changes. Metabolic theory: adjusts
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Partial Pressure, Respiratory Tract, Bronchus

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Co2 out, o2 in; oxygen from atmosphere into blood, carbon dioxide from blood into atmosphere. Partial pressure of a gas in solution. Equal to the parti
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Splanchnic Nerves, Baroreflex, Nitric Oxide

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Myogenic theory: resistance cells in arterioles are sensitive to pressure; can adjust resistance based on resistance changes. Metabolic theory: adjusts
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Ascending Aorta, Capillary Pressure, Pressure Gradient

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Vascular function: relationship between pressure, flow, and resistance. Pressure gradient makes the blood flow; gradient is the difference between the
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Excitation-contraction coupling - CV

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Excitation-contraction coupling: ca required for contraction, but ca can be highly toxic in high amounts; ca compartments inside the cardiac cell (sarc
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Vascular Resistance, Aortic Valve, Heart Valve

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When ventricle begins to relax, very little blood is ejected (protodiastole) When ejection is over, and the ventricle continues to relax, the high pres
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Sliding Filament Theory, Intercalated Disc, Sinoatrial Node

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Function of myocardial cells: looking at microscopic level (cellular, molecular, etc. , heart beat = most important life-sustaining event; heart is fir
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Cardiac cycle

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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyWinter

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Stroke Volume, Afterload, Parasympathetic Nervous System

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Mechanical performance of the heart: factors controlling cardiac output. Preload: amount of blood in ventricle before it contracts. Frank-starling curv
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyFall

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Macula Densa, Carotid Sinus, Juxtaglomerular Cell

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When na is low, ecf decreases and so does bp. Baroreceptors in carotid sinus innervate the juxtaglomerular cells (neural reflex) Fewer aps in barorecep
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyFall

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Plasma Osmolality, Posterior Pituitary, Diabetes Insipidus

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30 it is a na/ca antiporter, not a symporter (basolateral membrane) Increased fluid uptake = lots of dilute urine: dehydration = low volume of concentr
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyFall

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Stem-Loop, Kangaroo Rat, Extracellular Fluid

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Counter-current multiplier system: high osmolarity of the medulla is essential for concentrating urine, mechanism. At the same time, water leaves the d
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyFall

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Respiratory Alkalosis, Respiratory Acidosis, Metabolic Alkalosis

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Acid/base balance: collecting duct is the region of the nephron for this, hydrogen or bicarbonate will be secreted into the filtrate, two types of cd c
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyFall

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Autonomic Nervous System, Adrenergic Agonist, Purinergic Receptor

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2 classic symptoms counter anaphylactic shock: sympathetic/parasympathetic tone , enteric nervous system causes vasodilation. Decrease in blood pressur
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyFall

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Evoked Potential, Axon Hillock, Somatotopic Arrangement

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Consciousness, evoked potential, eeg, and sleep: two components of consciousness. Content of consciousness; cerebral cortex functions (memory, percepti
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WESTERNPhysiology 3120Tom StavrakyFall

Physiology 3120 Lecture Notes - Pars Compacta, Basal Ganglia, Supplementary Motor Area

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Basal ganglia function of supplementary motor cortex (sma) first deduced using pet screens; measured blood flow, which is indicative of metabolic activ
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