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Textbook Notes for Physiology at Western University (UWO)



WESTERNPHYSIO 3120Tom StavrakyFall

Physiology 3120 Chapter Notes -Splanchnic, Cholinergic, Tachycardia

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Largest part of blood volume (70%) is contained in venous system. Location & function of heart valves: right heart, right atrioventricular (av) valve (
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WESTERNPHYSIO 2130Kim LutonWinter

Physiology 2130 Chapter Notes -Alpha Motor Neuron, Olfactory Receptor, Sympathetic Nervous System

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29 May 2013
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Neuroendocrine control (posterior pituitary, catecholamine released from adrenal medulla) interaction between nervous system and endocrine glands. Sali
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WESTERNPHYSIO 3120Tom StavrakyFall

Physiology 3120 Chapter Notes -Antidiuretic, Anterior Pituitary, Mirror Image

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3 Mar 2014
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300 mosm: produces hormones (epo erythropoietin & indirectly angiotensin ii, regulates blood glucose levels (gluconeogenesis, excretes wastes & foreign
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WESTERNPHYSIO 2130Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

module 13 - endocrine system.docx

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Endocrine system consists of a series of glands that secrete different chemicals into the blood. These hormones then travel throughout the body to thei
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WESTERNPHYSIO 3140ADonglin BaiFall

Physiology 3140A Chapter Notes -Recoverin, Glycerophospholipid, Phosphodiesterase

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4 Feb 2014
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WESTERNPHYSIO 3140ADonglin BaiFall

Physiology 3140A Chapter Notes -Glycogen Phosphorylase, Muscle Relaxant, Glycogen Synthase

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Need at least 10-7 [camp] to activate pathways: primary physiological function is to serve as intracellular second messenger to bind. & activate protei
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WESTERNPHYSIO 2130Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

module 9 - circulatory system II blood vessels.docx

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29 Sep 2013
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Circulatory system is essentially a closed system of tubes (blood vessels) filled with fluid (blood) that is moved around by a central pump (heart) Blo
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WESTERNPHYSIO 2130Paul GillespieWinter

Physiology 2130 Chapter Notes -Parietal Lobe, The Reflex, Microglia

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2 May 2014
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WESTERNPHYSIO 2130Anita WoodsWinter

Physiology 2130 Chapter Notes -Electromagnetic Absorption By Water, Posterior Pituitary, Active Transport

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5 Apr 2013
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Module 11 renal system. By the end of this section, you should be able to: Located within the renal pyramids are the functional units of the kidneys th
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WESTERNPHYSIO 2130Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Physiology 2130 Chapter Notes -Pancreas, Alpha Cell, Cortisol

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29 Sep 2013
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Fats, carbs, and proteins are used for energy or to build structures. Triglycerides which make up most of the fat found in the body consist of 3 fatty
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WESTERNPHYSIO 3140ADonglin BaiFall

Physiology 3140A Chapter Notes -Base Pair, Inositol, Chromophore

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4 Feb 2014
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Ligands: small hydrophobic molecules that have very different structures and physiological functions, all act through similar mechanism. Interaction of
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WESTERNPHYSIO 3120Tom StavrakyFall

Physiology 3120 Chapter Notes -Alkaloid, Phenoxybenzamine, Tubocurarine Chloride

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3 Mar 2014
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Consciousness, evoked potential, eeg & sleep: consciousness: awareness of environment & oneself, two components, content of consciousness. Cerebral cor
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