EXERCISE 4: Endocrine System Physiology
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Endocrine System Physiology
Name Laura Bauer
Lab Time/Date Thursday 5:30-7:30
Activity 1 Metabolism and Thyroid Hormone
1 Which rat had the fastest basal metabolic rate (BMR)?
The Normal rat had the fastest BMR.
2 Why did the metabo
Lab 1: Circadian Rhythms
A. Activity #1: Homeostasis
1. Homeostasis: the body's ability to maintain itself in a steady (but not constant) state.
2. Negative Feedback: mechanisms that respond to reverse the change when a variable is outside of its set range.
BIO 135-Z1 & BIO 135-01
BASIC ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
INSTRUCTOR: Brenda Bennett, MS, MT ASCP) OFFICE: AS 107
PHONE: OFFICE: (270) 831-9714
Basic Anatomy and Physiology is designed
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LO1: KNOW THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONING OF THE HUMAN BODY
(What you should do in this task)
1. Cellular metabolism
Hint: Review utilization of O2, production of CO2, H+, and ATP.
2. How the body achiev
Physiology of the Human Body
Questions 1-29 cover the first half of the course (approximately 18 hrs. of lectures).
Questions 30-50 cover the second half of the course( approximately 18 hrs. of lectures).
Questions 51 and 52 are...
PhysioEx Lab Unit 1
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Flip terms and definitions
2hr OGTT level aboe 200mg/dl: confirms diabetes dx
2hr. OGTT level b/w 140-200mg/dl: impaired glucose tolerance
absolute refractory pe
Course Outline (Undergraduate):
Course Title Systemic Physiology I
Course Code LFS201 Faculty of Science, Health and Education
Semester 1, 2011
DISABILITY AND LEARNING SUPPORT SERVICES The University offers a range of services and supports for students with a disability and it is important
PHYSIOEX 3.0 EXERCISE 33: CARDIOVASCULAR DYNAMICS
1. To define the following: blood flow; viscosity; peripheral resistance; systole;
diastole; end diastolic volume; end systolic volume; stroke volume; cardiac
2. To explore cardiovascular dynamics using an experimental setup t