respiration and ventilation

respiration and ventilation - Two Forces 1 Hydrostatic...

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Regulation of Capillary Bulk Flow Two Forces: 1. Hydrostatic pressure: a) lateral component of blood flow that pushes fluid out 2. Osmotic Pressure: a) Determined by solute concentration differences
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Edema An increase in interstitial water Causes Filtration Absorption > Capillary Hydrostatic Pressure Plasma Protein Concentration Interstitial Proteins
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If the left ventricle fails to pump normally, blood will back up into what set of blood vessels? Where would you expect edema to occur?
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Malnourished children who have inadequate protein in their diet often have swollen bellies. This condition is known as ascites and can be described as edema of the abdomen. Use the information you have just learned about capillary filtration to explain why malnutrion causes ascites.
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Respiratory Biology
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Ventilatory system: -Exchange of air between the atmosphere and the lungs - Inspiration (inhalation): - Movement of air into the lungs -Oxygen in - Expiration (exhalation): - Movement of air out of the lungs -Carbon Dioxide out
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2010 for the course BIO 100 taught by Professor Mclenehan during the Fall '08 term at San Diego State.

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