10.10_Somatic_breakdown - Olfaction: -nasal passage...

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Olfaction: -nasal passage -Airborne chemicals….but you have to dissolve it -Receptors differ in membrane receptor type and quantity SOMATIC Motor system -Type of Muscle 1) Skeletal -striated (light and dark bands) -attached to bone via tendons -supports and moves skeleton -voluntary control 2) Cardiac -Striated -heart muscle -autonomic/involuntary control 3) Smooth -sheets surrounding organs -contraction alters flow of organs -Autonomic/ involuntary control Anatomy of a muscle: -Muscle organ -myofibers (muscle fiber/cell) -mulli nucleated (Boss telling you to do many jobs/different teachers telling you different things) -Myofibrils -bundles of “sticks” which are… -Myofilaments -Basic structure -thick=myosin -thin=actin -Sarcplasmic reticulum (SR) -Surrounds myofibers which covers myofibrils -Holds Ca -Transverse tubules -extension of plasma membrane -allows extracellular fluid to move in through cells -Mitochondria (tons)
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Anatomy of Myofilament: -Z line (disks)- think connections -Sarcomere= Functional unit (Z to Z);
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course EEOB 232 taught by Professor Bronson during the Spring '07 term at Ohio State.

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10.10_Somatic_breakdown - Olfaction: -nasal passage...

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