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Week 2 handout practice Hypoxia – lack of 02; necrosis, ischemia, cell damage, ect Atrophy: Decrease/shrinkage in cellular size Hypertrophy: Increase in size of cells (organ) – Same number of cells, size inc. Hyperplasia: Increase in number of cells - cells stay the same size, increase in # Dysplasia – could lead to cancer Abnormal changes in size, shape and organization of mature cells (can lead to cervical cancer) Neutron (=), protron (+), electron (-) Atrial repolarization is right behind the QRS** (cannot see it) P-wave Atrial depolarization QRS-wave Ventricular depo T-wave Ventricular repo what adrenergic receptor - bind to catecholamine outside the cell membrane, snake like protein dip in and out of the cell membrane 7 times and ends inside the cell that activates intercellular proteins Adrenergic receptors are responsible for the fight or flight response Beta 1, Adrenergic receptors are G-proteins coupled receptors (GPCRs) because they work directly with intercellular proteins (especially norepinephrine (Noradrealine) and epinephrine (adrenaline) 8. RAAS Renal artery and renal vain in the kidney detect low blood pressure – kidney release Renin that combines with Angiotensinogen to make Ang 1 that combines with ACE to create Ang 2 to
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