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U OF APSIO 201Claudia Stanescu, Douglas KeenFall

PSIO 201 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Epiphyseal Plate, Ethmoid Bone, Myosin Head

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Block 1: introduction and cellular function: define homeostasis and describe the elements that comprise a feedback loop. Identify a representative exam
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U OF APSIO 201Claudia Stanescu, Douglas KeenFall

[PSIO 201] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 66 pages long Study Guide!

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Lecture 1 introduction to the human body and homeostasis. List and discuss the characteristics (properties) of living systems: Metabolism the sum of al
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U OF APSIO 201Claudia Stanescu, Douglas KeenFall

PSIO 201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Biceps Femoris Muscle, Electrochemical Gradient, Bone

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Homeostasis: relative consistency of the internal environment remains constant over time. Integral proteins are across cell membrane and are amphipathi
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U OF APSIO 201Claudia Stanescu, Douglas KeenFall

PSIO 201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Electrochemical Gradient, Bone Resorption, Semipermeable Membrane

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: relative consistency of the internal environment remains constant over time feedback loop is used during contractions for pregnancy. An example of fe
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U OF APSIO 201Claudia Stanescu, Douglas KeenFall

PSIO 201 Final: Psio201finalreview

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Block 1: introduction and cellular function: define homeostasis and describe the elements that comprise a feedback loop. Identify a representative exam
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U OF APSIO 201Claudia Stanescu, Douglas KeenFall

PSIO 201 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Sympathetic Nervous System, Sensory Neuron, Efferent Nerve Fiber

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During sympathetic/parasympathetic heart rate increases. function is when info goes to the brain and spinal cord via cranial and spinal nerves, uses af
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U OF APSIO 201Claudia Stanescu, Douglas KeenFall

PSIO 201 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Vitreous Body, Reflex Arc, Withdrawal Reflex

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Sensory function is when info goes to the brain and spinal cord via cranial and spinal nerves, uses afferent neurons. There are five types of special s
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U OF APSIO 201Claudia Stanescu, Douglas KeenFall

PSIO 201 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Peripheral Nervous System, Efferent Nerve Fiber, Central Nervous System

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U OF APSIO 201Claudia Stanescu, Douglas KeenFall

PSIO 201 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Oblique Popliteal Ligament, Fibular Collateral Ligament, Medial Collateral Ligament

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3 types of structural joints: , , and . The two ligaments of the knee are: anterior cruciate ligament and posterior cruciate ligament. Slow fibers have
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U OF APSIO 201Claudia Stanescu, Douglas KeenFall

PSIO 201 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Oblique Popliteal Ligament, Fibular Collateral Ligament, Medial Collateral Ligament

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3 types of structural joints: fibrous, cartilaginous and synovial. The two intracapsular ligaments of the knee are: anterior cruciate ligament and post
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U OF APSIO 201Claudia Stanescu, Douglas KeenFall

PSIO 201 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Alpha Helix, Lipid Bilayer, Active Transport

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Homeostasis tends to remain constant over time. Catalysts are compounds that make reactions go faster by reducing the amount of energy required to get
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U OF APSIO 201Claudia Stanescu, Douglas KeenFall

PSIO 201 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Alpha Helix, Lipid Bilayer, Active Transport

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Hydrophobic are polar/nonpolar fat loving and can cross the membrane. When adding a to acid or base you neutralize it by adding or removing protons. is
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