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Fundamentals of Human Structure and Function

BPK 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gastric Glands, Pancreatic Islets, Stomach
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BPK Module 11 Terminology and Review Questions BPK Module 11 Terminology 1. mucosa (Section 16.2): mucous membrane consisting of the epithelium and connective tissue; in the digestive tract, there is also a layer of smooth...

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BPK 105
Ryan Dill
BPK 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Distal Convoluted Tubule, Renal Physiology, Proximal Tubule
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BPK 105 Module 12 Terminology and Review Questions BPK 105 Module 12 Terminology 1. cortex (Section 18.2, Figures 18.4, 18.9): outer part of an organ such as the brain, kidney, adrenal gland, or hair; in this case, the out...

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BPK 105
Ryan Dill
BPK 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tidal Volume, Alveolar Duct, Alveolar Pressure
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BPK 105 Module 10 Terminology and Review Questions BPK 105 Module 10 Terminology 1. pharynx (Section 15.2): joint openings of the digestive tract and the windpipe; the part of the digestive and respiratory tracts superior ...

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BPK 105
Ryan Dill
BPK 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Superior Vena Cava, Electrical Conduction System Of The Heart, Cardiac Muscle Cell
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BPK 105 Modules 7 8 Terminology and Review Questions BPK 105 Module 7 8 Terminology 1. pulmonary circulation (Section 12.1): blood flow through the system of blood vessels that carry blood from the right ventricle of the...

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BPK 105
Ryan Dill
BPK 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cytotoxic T Cell, T Helper Cell, Transplant Rejection
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Rachel Wang BPK 105 Module 9 Terminology and Review Questions Module 9 Terminology: 1. lymphocytes (Section 11.4): nongranulocytic white blood cell involved in the immune system; there are several types of lymphoc...

Biomedical Physio & Kines
BPK 105
Ryan Dill
BPK 105 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Resting Potential, Axon Hillock, Medulla Oblongata
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BPK 105 Module 4 Terminology and Review Questions Module 4 Terminology: 1. central nervous system or CNS (Section 8.2): brain and spinal cord 2. peripheral nervous system or PNS (Section 8.2): part of the nervous syste...

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BPK 105
Ryan Dill
BPK 105 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Retinal Detachment, Vitamin A Deficiency, Ciliary Muscle
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BPK 105 Module 5 Terminology and Review Questions Terminology: 1. chemoreceptors (Section 9.2): sensory receptor that responds to chemicals for example, odor molecules bind to chemoreceptors, allowing us to perceiv...

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BPK 105
Ryan Dill
BPK 105 Midterm: Module 6 Terminology and Review Questions
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Module 6Terminology: 1. chemical messengers(Section10.1) 2. endocrine glands(Section10.3) 3. receptor site (Section 10.1) 4. membrane-bound(Section10.6) 5. nuclear (Section 10.6) 6. transcription factor (Section10.6) 7. am...

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BPK 105
Ryan Dill
BPK 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Capillary Pressure, Colloid, Blood Pressure
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Module 12 - Review Questions - Part 2 3. Illustrate and describe the pressures that influence filtration pressure at the bowmans capsule. [5 marks] - Filtration pressure allows for filtrate to form. Filtration pre...

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BPK 105
Ryan Dill
BPK 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Carbonic Anhydrase, Phosphate
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Module 12 - Review Questions - Part 6 9. Draw the series of reversible reactions catalyzed by the enzyme carbonic anhydrase, including the names and formulae of the components involved. Describe the compensation that wou...

Biomedical Physio & Kines
BPK 105
Ryan Dill
BPK 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Proximal Tubule, Efferent Arteriole, Afferent Arterioles
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Module 12 Overview and Terminology Overview The urinary system: essential in the maintenance of a healthy physiological content of our blood and other body fluids. major excretory system of the body the kidneys elimina...

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BPK 105
Ryan Dill
BPK 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Renal Capsule, Renal Vein, Red Blood Cell
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Module 12 Review Questions Part 1 1. List the functions of the Urinary Systems. [6 marks] The major function of the urinary system is to control the composition and volume of body fluids. The kidneys perform this functio...

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BPK 105
Ryan Dill
BPK 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Proximal Tubule, Distal Convoluted Tubule, Descending Limb Of Loop Of Henle
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Module 12 Review Questions Part 3 4. Describe the processes of reabsorption that occur as you move through the nephron. Include the main function, the of filtrate volume and the main substances reabsorbed and in each ar...

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BPK 105
Ryan Dill
BPK 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Distal Convoluted Tubule, Posterior Pituitary, Angiotensin
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Module 12 - Review Questions - Part 4 5. Outline the regulation of water and sodium balance by illustrating the response of the Renin-Angiotensin system to a decrease in blood volume. Use a block diagram to illustrate yo...

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BPK 105
Ryan Dill
BPK 105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hypotension, Blood Vessel, Body Fluid
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Module 12 - Study Guide Study Guide - The kidney maintains a consistent fluid environment for cells in terms of volume and ion concentration. This homeostatic regulation is evident in each portion of the n...

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BPK 105
Ryan Dill

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