Organization

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Unformatted text preview: y, known as endothelium cells. P) Q) External and Internal Environment R) Separated by epithelial layer S) Barrier is continuous T) Apical and basal epithelial cell membranes U) V) Exchange processes: gas diffusion (lung), absorption, secretion (GI), filtration, reabsorption, secretion (Kidney) W) X) Body Fluids and Compartments Y) Body divided into compartments Z) These contain fluids AA) Compartments separated by epithelial membranes BB) Membranes are semipermeable, transport between compartments possible CC) DD) water and dissolved material of body, cell solution EE) FF) ICF = intracellular fluid/ compartment GG) ECF= extracellular fluid/compartment HH) Plasma = fluid around blood cells II) Interstitial fluid = fluid surrounding other cells JJ) KK) 60% is TBW LL) 40% is dry weight MM) NN) OO) ICF + ECF = TBW PP) Interstitial Fluid + Plasma = ECF QQ) RR) Homeostasis SS) Remaining the same; a unifying theme in physiology TT) Ability to maintain a relatively constant internal environment UU) Conditions of the internal environment which are regulated VV) Temperature, volume, composition, pH, gradients, energy WW) XX) Structures enabling homeostasis: a. Receptors: sensors detect...
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