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Integrated Physiology B

PHSI2006 Study Guide - Final Guide: Corpus Luteum, Gonadotropin, Semen Analysis
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Reproduction 2 3072016 12:37 PM Taking the pill- low but significant amount of estrogen the whole time (the same level). You will push down FSH and theres not enough for the follicles to grow. No ovulation. No Fertilisatio...

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PHSI2006 Study Guide - Final Guide: Seminiferous Tubule, Corpus Luteum, Pituitary Gland
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Reproduction 1 3072016 12:37 PM The whole feedback system is driven by the brain- internal (wellbeing, stress) and external factors (day length, food, nutrition, stress). GnRH is the orchestrator of the reproductive system...

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PHSI2006 Study Guide - Final Guide: Intestinal Epithelium, Brush Border, Bile Acid
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Motility 3072016 12:37 PM Carbohydrates! Glucose, fructose, galactose (in order to absorb them we need to break them down to monosaccharides) Protein! amino acids, dipeptides, tripeptides FatsLipids (mostly triglycerides)!...

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PHSI2006 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tubuloglomerular Feedback, Afferent Arterioles, Myogenic Mechanism
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Renal 3: GFR 3072016 1:20 PM GFR= Kf (filtration coefficient) x net filtration pressure NFP Filtration coefficient relates to permeability and surface area of the filtration barrier. How is GFR regulated - intrinsic to kid...

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PHSI2006 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ascending Limb Of Loop Of Henle, Renal Glucose Reabsorption, Descending Limb Of Loop Of Henle
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Renal 4 3072016 1:20 PM Normal range of plasma glucose 0.65mgml- 0.9mgml. Black: As plasma glucose increases, filtration of glucose increases o Small molecule so it is freely filtered into nephron, infinite straight line R...

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PHSI2006 Study Guide - Final Guide: Distal Convoluted Tubule, Proximal Tubule, Descending Limb Of Loop Of Henle
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Renal 5 3072016 1:20 PM Summary so far Solutes and water both leave so by the end of the proximal tubule- the osmolarity hasnt changed- it is isosmotic. Down the descending limb you have water being reabsorbed so osmoralit...

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PHSI2006 Study Guide - Final Guide: Oncotic Pressure, Extracellular Fluid, Fluid Compartments
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Renal Physiology 3072016 1:20 PM BODY FLUIDS 60 of our body is water (about 40L water) and is mixed in with solutes (things that are dissolved in that water- electrolytes, proteins, non-electrolytes e.g. glucose, urea etc....

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PHSI2006 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cholecalciferol, Extracellular Fluid, Nephron
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Renal 2: Function of Kidneys 3072016 1:20 PM There are two types of nephrons overall structure is the same but it is the position of the glomerulusBowmans capsule that defines these types o 1. Cortical: glomerulus is in th...

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PHSI2006 Study Guide - Final Guide: Prevertebral Ganglia, Enteric Nervous System, Parasympathetic Nervous System
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Control of the GI Tract 3072016 12:37 PM Enteric Nervous system is an entire Nervous system, the brain in the gut- has sensory, interneurons and effector neurons so it can have its own reflexes. Huge system, 100 million ne...

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PHSI2006 Study Guide - Final Guide: Lamina Propria, Centroacinar Cell, Enteroendocrine Cell
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Specialized Secretions of the GIT 3072016 12:37 PM Types of Secretion Exocrine: accessory glands empty into the lumen of the gut: salivary, pancreatic, biliary secretions. Mucosal: gastric secretions- into lumen Paracrine:...

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PHSI2006 Study Guide - Final Guide: Plasma Osmolality, Ph, Extracellular Fluid
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Renal review 3072016 1:20 PM Atrial naturetic peptide Sodium excretion- atrial naturetic peptide (ANP) is a hormone involved in this. Secreted by atria of the heart in response to stretch in atria. (i.e. increase in BP) It...

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PHSI2006 Study Guide - Final Guide: External Anal Sphincter, Muscularis Mucosae, Ileocecal Valve
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Gastrointestinal Tract (GIT) Overview 3072016 12:37 PM The Gut The gut is just a tube which balloons out at the stomach (holding place where we store things) and the large intestine. We have to control the rate of which th...

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PHSI2006 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Glycation, Hyperglycemia, Glycogen
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Hormonal control and circulating nutrients 3072016 1:20 PM When food comes in insulin is secreted. Between meals, glucagon comes into action and ensure availability of nutrients in blood is at a reasonable concentration. I...

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PHSI2006 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Spasm, Depolarization, Tetany
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Calcium and Phosphate Metabolism 3072016 1:20 PM Calcitonin, parathyroid hormone and FGF are the three hormones that regulated mineral metabolism. 1.1 kg of calcium in your body and most of it (99) is in your bones and tee...

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PHSI2006 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lipophobicity, Signal Transduction, Blood Sugar
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Endocrinology 3072016 1:20 PM 10 characteristics of a hormone 1. Chemical messenger 2. Specific structure 3. Some are secreted by endocrine glands (endo means in blood stream, exo= onto surface or gut), others are secreted...

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