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RUTGERS01:146:356Roseli GolfettiFall

01:146:356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Multiple System Atrophy, Anterior Grey Column, Axon Terminal

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Chapter 11: efferent division: autonomic and somatic motor control: autonomic division. Somatic motor neurons control skeletal muscles and autonomic ne
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01:146:356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Nociception, Lateral Inhibition, Neural Coding

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Chapter ten: sensory perception: general properties of sensory systems. Special senses of vision, hearing, taste, smell, and equilibrium/ somatic sense
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01:146:356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Bordetella, Parathyroid Gland, Rhodopsin

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Chapter 6: communication, integration, and homeostasis: cell to cell communication. Cells that receive chemical or electrical signals are called target
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01:146:356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate, Proinsulin, Uracil

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01:146:356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Anatomical Terms Of Motion, Pituitary Gland, Adipose Tissue

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Compartment advantage: separation of biological processes that may conflict with one another; for example, protein synthesis vs protein degradation or
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RUTGERS01:146:356Roseli GolfettiFall

01:146:356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Evidence-Based Medicine, Longitudinal Study, Crossover Study

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Physiology: study of the normal functioning of a living organism and its component parts: literally means knowledge of nature . Anatomy: study of struc
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01:146:356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Macrophage, Rib Cage, Hypoventilation

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Chapter 17: mechanics of breathing: the respiratory system. All respiratory organs have a large surface area compressed into a small space. Pump is mus
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01:146:356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Thrombus, Valine, Thromboxane A2

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Chapter 16: blood: plasma and the cellular elements of blood. 5 l of blood in body, with 3l being plasma and 2 l being blood cells. Cellular elements i
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01:146:356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Gastrin, Antibody, Homeothermy

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Chapter 22: metabolism and energy balance: appetite and satiety. Feeding center is tonic control and satiety center stops food intake by inhibiting fee
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01:146:356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Lactic Acidosis, Carbonic Anhydrase, Respiratory Acidosis

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Chapter 20: fluid and electrolyte balance: fluid and electrolyte homeostasis. Daily intake of water is about 2l and . 5 l comes from aerobic respiratio
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01:146:356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Stretch Reflex, Facilitated Diffusion, Macula Densa

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01:146:356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Explicit Memory, Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor, Salivary Gland

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Chapter nine: cns: emergent properties of neural networks. Affective behavior is related to feeling and emotion, cognitive behavior is related to think
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