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U OF CKNES 260Ronald Reed FerberWinter

KNES 260 Study Guide - Final Guide: Renal Calyx, Parietal Cell, Ketonuria

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U OF CKNES 259Ronald Reed FerberFall

KNES 259 Study Guide - Final Guide: Supraspinatus Muscle, Anconeus Muscle, Brachialis Muscle

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Definitions: agonist prime muscle mover, antagonist muscles that oppose or reverses the action of another muscle, synergist a muscle that aids prime mu
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U OF CKNES 259Carol Gibbons KroekerFall

[KNES 259] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (41 pages long)

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Sternoclavicular joint: connects medial (closest to midline) clavicle and superolateral (top and farther from midline)sternum, saddle joint: concave in
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U OF CKNES 260Carol Anne Gibbons KroekerWinter

KNES 260 Study Guide - Final Guide: Jejunum, Ileum, Gastric Pits

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Knes 260 digestive physiology unit study guide. Chapter 24 (with a bit from chapter 25) Do not focus on gastro-intestinal diseases the only ones to kno
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U OF CKNES 259Ronald Reed FerberFall

KNES 259 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pivot Joint, Patella, Acetabulum

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Flexion increases the angle, extension decrease it. Adduction is towards the trunk; abduction is away from the trunk. Circumduction is a result of abdu
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U OF CKNES 259Ronald Reed FerberFall

[KNES 259] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 69 pages long Study Guide!

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Regions of the body include the: o head/neck: upper limb (extremity, thorax, back, abdomen, pelvis, perineum, lower limb (extremity) Everything facing
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U OF CKNES 260Ronald Reed FerberWinter

KNES 260 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Coronary Sinus, Atrioventricular Node, Circulatory System

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U OF CKNES 260Ronald Reed FerberWinter

[KNES 260] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 21 pages long Study Guide!

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There are 3 main divisions of blood vessels: Arteries: carry blood away from the heart. Tunica externa is the thickest, external layer meant for protec
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U OF CKNES 260Ronald Reed FerberWinter

[KNES 260] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (51 pages long)

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There are 3 main divisions of blood vessels: Arteries: carry blood away from the heart. Tunica externa is the thickest, external layer meant for protec
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U OF CKNES 251Joan VickersFall

KNES 251 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Nerve Conduction Velocity, Sciatic Nerve, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy

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2 -reaction time (rt) neural/perceptual/cognitive time from onset of stimulus to the first observable action (perceptual cognitive delay or latency pri
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U OF CKNES 260Ronald Reed FerberWinter

KNES 260 Study Guide - Final Guide: Greater Omentum, Pharynx, Epiglottis

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U OF CKNES 373Aaron TubmanFall

KNES 373 Study Guide - Final Guide: Glycogen, Lean Body Mass, Exercise Intensity

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Mass: the weight of an object, measure in (kg) Acceleration: pull of earth"s gravity on a kilogram of mass (9. 81m s-2) Force: that what changes or ten
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