exam 4 competencies 10-11 - Body Fluids-Learning Outcomes 1...

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Body Fluids-Learning Outcomes 1. Identify normal body water content in the major fluid compartments. 2. Compare and contrast electrolyte and protein composition between the major fluid compartments. 3. Identify routes of water intake and water output for the body. 4. Identify the thirst mechanism. 5. Identify homeostatic fluid and electrolyte imbalances and recognize their symptoms. 6. Identify the roles of major electrolytes in the body, and how their levels are controlled. 7. Identify function of important hormones that control electrolyte and fluid levels in the body. 8. Identify alkalosis and acidosis, and describe major mechanisms to maintain normal pH in the body.
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9. Define respiratory and metabolic acidosis and alkalosis, causes of each, and how the body rectifies these imbalances. Reproductive System-Learning Outcomes
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Identify major reproductive organs in both males and females 2. Define: a. gamete b. gonads 3. Identify the site of sperm production in the male and the pathway of sperm travel through the male reproductive ducts. 4. Identify the male sexual response and the processes of erection and ejaculation. 5. Identify the process of meiosis, and compare it to mitosis. 6. Identify the process of spermatogenesis. 7. Identify the brain-gonadal axis in both males and females. 8. Identify effects of testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone. 9. Identify the process of oogenesis as well as the process of follicle development in the female. 10. Identify the phases of the ovarian and uterine cycles in the female and the hormones that control them....
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