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Unformatted text preview: Blood pressure MAP = 2/3 diastolic + 1/3 systolic pressure (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 15-5 Blood pressure regulation - what determines MAP? (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 15-10 Blood pressure regulation (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 15-9 Circulatory system branches Blood flow distribution will change with demand (figure shows at rest) Can have increase in one branch with decrease in another (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 15-14 (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 15-15 Capillaries differ in how leaky they are most common (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) e.g. kidney, intestine Figure 15-17 Review Velocity of blood flow is slower with increasing crosssectional area (assuming equal volume flow rates) (Fig. 14-6) (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 15-17 Filtration in systemic capillaries (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 15-19a Blood pressure regulation - the baroreceptor reflex (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 15-22 Blood pressure regulation - the baroreceptor reflex example: INCREASE in blood pressure (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 15-23 Blood has two fractions: liquid (plasma) cells (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 16-1 Blood has two fractions: liquid (plasma) cells (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 16-1 hormones or "factors" influencing differentiation include: erythropoietin (EPO) [kidney] (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) erthyrocyte = RBC, leukocyte = WBC Figure 16-2 Iron metabolism (Loudon Fall 2010 note-taking helper file) Figure 16-7 ...
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