• Physio
    aimed), the hormone detaches from the protein and enters the cell to induce a specific reaction. More specifically, hormones cause changes in the metabolic activities in specific cells. Hormones work in different ways depending on their chemical structures. In general, the action of hormones is generally...
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  • Endocrine System
    TSH and thyoxine on metabolic rate are investigated. Hypothesis: With the information given, we tested the effects of given hormones on the body by using virtual rats. We expect to see a greater metabolic rate for the normal rat as opposed to the thyroidectomized rat. The hypox rat is expected to have...
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  • Endocrine System Physiology
    released by the pituitary gland. TSH stimulates the thyroid gland to produce thyroxine. In this experiment, the effects of TSH and thyoxine on metabolic rate are investigated. Estrogen is a hormone produced by the ovaries that helps the uterus to develop. The removal of the ovaries eliminates the...
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    1. The baseline metabolic rate (BMR) of the normal rat was approximately ________ ml O2/kg/hr. 426 2. True or False: The BMR of all three rats was approximately the same before treatment with thyroxine, TSH, or propylthiouracil. true 3. Which rat had the fastest basal metabolic rate (BMR)?...
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  • Physioex1
    Experiment Results Predict Question: Predict Question 1: Make a prediction about the basal metabolic rate (BMR) of the remaining rats compared with the BMR of the normal rat you just measured. Your answer : b. The hypophysectomized (Hypox) rat's BMR will be higher than the normal rat's BMR. Predict Question...
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    Which rat had the fastest baseline metabolic rate? The Normal Rate at 1686 Why did the metabolic rates differ? The rates differed due to thyroid gland being removed from the thyoidectomized rat, preventing it from it producing Thyroxine to maintain its metabolic rate, the hypodectomized rat could not...
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  • Physioex9.0 Exercise 4 Act 1
    1. The normal rat had the fastest BMR. 2. Because of the different organs that were removed from the two other rats that would produce certain hormones. My prediction was correct. 3. Thyroxine would be missing in its blood. 4. Thyroxine wouldn’t be released which helps maintain metabolism and...
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  • Endocrinology
    hormones bind to the specific receptors on the cell membrane.i These different hormones affect physiological functions differently, and at varying rates. For example, peptides and catecholamines act fast and work by activating second messengers within the cell. On the other hand, steroid hormones and...
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  • Chapter 12
    suggests that hunger and eating are regulated in some other way. This chapter will repeatedly challenge you to think in new ways about issues that impact your health and longevity and will provide new insights of great personal relevance—I guarantee it. Before you move on to the body of the chapter, I would...
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    ________________________________________________________________________ 4. Which patient(s) had normal glucose reading(s)? _____________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ 5. What are some lifestyle choices these patients with normal plasma glucose readings might recommend to the borderline...
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    NWO) for his doctorate research in the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at the University of Groningen. His Ph.D. thesis was titled ‘How rats economize, energy loss in starvation’. Subsequently, he performed a three-year postdoc at Stirling University in Scotland supported by a grant from...
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  • Why We Sleep
    Conclusions References CHAPTER 6 Core and Optional Sleep 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Natural Long and Short Sleepers amongst Humans 6.3 Can the Normal Sleeper Adapt to Less Sleep ? 6.4 Sleep Extension 6.5 Are We Chronically Sleep Deprived ? 6.6 The Circadian Timing of Sleep 6.7 Abnormalities...
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  • Hard Wired
    liking sweet foods because our ancestors were arborous and had access to many fruits in their diets. These ideas are all speculative but they do explain our pull towards high caloric foods. Genetics Although it can be argued that food preference is largely influenced by culture, a closer look at...
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  • A Comparison of the Effects of Three Gm Corn Varieties on Mammalian Health
    Health Bs Biology 1-1 Dr. Arsenio Abstract We present for the first time a comparative analysis of blood and organ system data from trials with rats fed three main commercialized genetically modified (GM) maize (NK 603, MON 810, MON 863), which are present in food and feed in the world. NK 603 has...
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  • General Biology Ii
    read each chapter or directly after. Read the chapters before coming to class. III. Lecture Note Template You can use this template to fill in your lecture notes during class. I’m giving you a lecture note template rather than the ppt slides because the template takes less paper to print, includes...
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  • Edexcel Biology Unit 5 Q&A
    a transcription factor What is the negative feedback principle? (2) - Idea of responding to deviations from normal levels by reversing their effect - Idea of helping to maintain normal levels - Any correct example (cools the body down when temperature rises/Increases blood pressure when it drops/eq) ...
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  • Renal System Physiology
    filtration rate if you decrease the radius of the afferent arteriole? Explain!!! (2 points)  It decreases because there is less of an opening to get into. 4. What will happen to the glomerular capillary pressure and filtration rate if you increase the radius of the afferent arteriole? Explain!!! (2 points)...
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  • Physioex Unit 1 Flash Cards
    permeability triggers a depolarization of the plasma membrane called an end plate potential. The end plate potential triggers a series of events that results in the contraction of a muscle cell. Describe the three phases of a muscle "twitch": Latent period: period of time that elapses b/w the generation...
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  • Unkknown Lab Report
    investigated whether chronic exposure to low concentrations of ATZ might cause obesity or insulin resistance by damaging mitochondrial function. Sprague-Dawley rats (n = 48) were treated for 5 months with low concentrations (30 or 300 mg kg21 day21) of ATZ provided in drinking water. One group of animals was fed...
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  • The Affect of Psychological Stress on the Heart Rate.
    the heart rate. Introduction: The human body is incredible machinery that can adjust to stressful situations and react in a “fight-or flight” manner by temporarily shutting off nonessential, at the moment, immune and digestive systems. When the body is ready for a challenge, heart rate increases...
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