Lecture 3

Lecture 3 - -complement each other -Intracellular:...

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Lecture 3 13:11 Started with intrinsic control/ extrinsic control.  Sensory/Motor Neurons  When not in homeostasis  Ex of when a person is dehydrated…. .Person feels thirsty … Brain releases  ADH… body retains water  -Know the pathway of sensor to effectors organ Key Point: liver and nervous cells do not need any substance to allow insulin to  pass through its membrane.  Nervous System vs. Endocrine
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Unformatted text preview: -complement each other -Intracellular: separates internal environment from the outside by a membrane Anatomy Know relative position, body cavities, technical terms, planes Neural Control: Sensory detection receptors (sounds, mechanical, taste) to Energy Transduction to Neural Signal (electrical energy Action potential) PNS is what brings information to the effecter 13:11 13:11...
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