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NPB 101L Final Exam Review 1 Lab 1 Introductory Lab 1. Describe basic setup a. What was manipulated? b. What was measured? c. What concepts were investigated? 2. Effects of: a. Altering duration b. Altering voltage 3. Calculating: a. Amplitude b. Period c. Frequency 4. Draw a graph for lab 1 that represents data: label x and y axes, was signal calibrated? 5. General definitions/concepts a. Hertz Lab 2 Skeletal Muscle 1. Describe basic setup a. What was manipulated? b. What was measured? c. What concepts were investigated? i. Frog, sciatic nerve, gastroc, d. What was investigated? i. Effects of stimulus frequency and intensity on contraction ii. Effects of Ach blocker iii. Effects of direct muscle stimulation 2. Expected results a. Increasing amplitude b. Increasing frequency c. Tubocurare d. Direct stimulation 3. Physiology and general concepts a. Action potentials b. Cross-bridge formation c. Motor unit recruitment d. Tetany e. Sarcoplasmic reticulum f. Competitive inhibitor g. Summation (spatial and temporal) Lab 3 Human Reflexes 1. Describe basic setup a. What was manipulated? i. Tibial nerve was stimulated b. What was measured? c. What concepts were investigated? 2. Expected results a. H reflex/M wave (latency, amplitude)
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NPB 101L Final Exam Review 2 i. Threshold H wave threshold lower than M wave ii. Increasing intensity iii. Increasing frequency b. Vestibular ocular reflex i. Nystagmus direction slow and rapid movement?
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