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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Hypercalcaemia, Tubular Fluid, Hypotension

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29 Mar 2013
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Ca triggers exocytosis of chemical messengers, stimulates secretion of substances, stimulates muscle contractions, and increases the contractility of t
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PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Fatty Acid Metabolism, Zona Glomerulosa, Hypoglycemia

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29 Mar 2013
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Adrenal glands are located above the kidneys (suprarenal glands). Consists of a cortex (80% of the total mass), and a medulla. It is essentially two gl
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Basal Metabolic Rate, Sympathetic Nervous System, Gluconeogenesis

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29 Mar 2013
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The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped structure located on the ventral surface of the trachea. Calcitonin regulates ca levels in the blood. The 4 par
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Collagen, Portal Vein, Catecholamine

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29 Mar 2013
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Secondary endocrine organs: secretion of hormones is secondary to some other function. Primary endocrine organs are located outside the nervous system
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate, Hormone Response Element, Mast Cell

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29 Mar 2013
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Gap junctions link adjacent cells and arm formed by plasma membrane proteins, called connexins that form. The movement of ions through gap junctions el
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

RESPIRATION-03,04.docx

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29 Mar 2013
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Pulmonary Circulation, Thoracic Vertebrae, Intrapleural Pressure

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29 Mar 2013
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Internal respiration (cellular respiration): refers to the use of oxygen within mitochondria to generate atp by oxidative phosphorylation, and the prod
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Mutation, Reabsorption, Exocytosis

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29 Mar 2013
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To maintain homeostasis, what comes into the body and what is produced must equal the sum of what. The concept of balance is used by the body and what
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Baroreceptor, Capillary Pressure, Microvillus

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29 Mar 2013
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Kidneys filter blood, and produce urine (fluid that is eliminated from the body). Urine contains metabolic by-products and other substances properly de
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Immunoglobulin G, Clonal Selection, Memory T Cell

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29 Mar 2013
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B lymphocytes develop into plasma cells that secrete antibodies, the actions of which bring about humoral immunity, so called because antibodies circul
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Neutrophil, Epitope, Polysaccharide

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12 Dec 2012
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Immunity refers to the immune system"s capacity to protect individuals from disease by recognizing and eliminating potentially pathogenic (disease-gene
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Study Guide - Brachial Artery, Cardiac Output, Ibm 7030 Stretch

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12 Dec 2012
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Physical laws governing blood flow and blood pressure. Flow = pressure gradient / resistance = p/r. Whenever there is a difference in pressure between
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Study Guide - The Delay, Pr Interval, Qt Interval

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12 Dec 2012
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The heart performs sensory and endocrine functions that help regulate cardiovascular variables such as blood volume and pressure. The blood vessels are
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Study Guide - Eosinophil, Sympathetic Nervous System, Genetic Disorder

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12 Dec 2012
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Plasma: liquid portion of blood; it transports proteins, hormones, electrolytes, organic nutrients, and waste products. Erythrocytes: the cellular comp
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UTSGPSY397H1Hae- Young KeeFall

PSY397H1 Lecture Notes - Phosphatidylinositol, Skeletal Muscle, Peripheral Nervous System

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12 Dec 2012
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11 the nervous system: autonomic and motor systems. Its functions occur at a subconscious level when needed. The autonomic nervous system innervates mo
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Aqueous Humour, Rhodopsin, Membranous Labyrinth

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12 Dec 2012
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Perception: the conscious interpretation of the world based on the sensory systems, memory, and other neural processes. The afferent division of the pn
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Basal Ganglia, Occipital Lobe, White Matter

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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Catechol, Tetrahydrocannabinol, Enteric Nervous System

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6 Nov 2012
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Electrical synapses: operate by allowing electrical signals to be transmitted from one neuron to another through gap junctions. Chemical synapses: oper
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Sodium-Potassium Alloy, Electrochemical Gradient, Active Transport

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6 Nov 2012
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Central nervous system (cns): consists of the brain and spinal cord. Receives and processes information from sensory organs and the viscera to determin
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Extracellular Fluid, Axon Terminal, Signal Transduction

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6 Nov 2012
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Gap junctions link adjacent cells, and are formed by plasma membrane proteins, called connexins, that form structures called connexons. The movement of
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

Introduction2.docx

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6 Nov 2012
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Body fluid compartments: cell membranes and epithelial tissues are selectively permeable or semipermeable, total body water (tbw): total volume of flui
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Atp Hydrolysis, Osmosis, Osmotic Pressure

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6 Nov 2012
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