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Maintain homeostasis mastery heart rate ventilation

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-maintain homeostasis-mastery heart rate, ventilation , blood pressure, micturition, etc-same part as somatic reflexes but always polysynaptic pathways cones -respond to bright light-high-acuteness color vision There are three bed of neuron in the retina. Which mobile phone transmit information from photoreceptors to ganglion cells bipolar cells perception
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conscious interpreting of stimuli Reproductive System Role Procreation and propagation of the species-secretion of hormones necessary for sexual growth -creation and transfer of sex cells (gametes: sperm and oocyte ) impregnation -supporting development of embryo/fetus and giving birth birth (females) Function of connector tissue Binds and musical accompaniment structures Pathways of filtrate/tubular fluid Glomerulus to capsular space to proximal convoluted tubule to loop topology of Henle (nephron loop) to distal convoluted tubule to collecting duct to renal calyces/ pelvis Spliff and aging -ligaments and sinew shorten and weaken-intervertebral discs become more likely to herniate-most citizenry in their 70s have some degree of osteoarthritis(exercises that motion join through full moon ROM helps to postpone joint problems) Spliff classification -Anatomical: structural (what tissue is between pearl ?)-Physiologically: functional (how mobile/stabile is the joint?) Vestibular ligaments- "false vocal music cords" attached to arytenoid and thyroid cartilage mucosal folds superscript to vocal folds no voice in sound production (usually) protect vocal folds; help prevent intellectual nourishment and drink from entering voice box Lymphatic cells macrophages, dendritic cells, reticular cells Synovial joint classes -classified anatomically by frame of articulating surfaces-classified physiologically by number of movements allowed---Uniaxial: bone movement in one place---Biaxial: bone moves in two places--- Mutliaxial: bone moves in more that two places Coronary thrombosis Vein
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  • Fall '10
  • CINDYDUONG
  • Distal Convoluted Tubule, loop of Henle, coronary thrombosis, Digestive Organisation

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