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Hormones that regulate osteoblasts & osteoclasts; calcium homeostasis; osteoporosis (Ch. 6; pgs. 243-245) 3. Hormonal regulation of the number of circulating red blood cells (Ch. 18; pgs. 794-795 & Ch 25: pg. 1236) 4. The renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS; Ch. 25; pgs. 1232 & 1237) 5. Male Reproductive Physiology (Ch. 27) a. The testes produce sperm and hormones (pgs. 1289-1290) b. Spermatogenesis (pgs. 1284-1285) 6. Female Reproductive Physiology (Ch. 27) a. Oogenesis & the ovarian cycle (pgs. 1294-1300) b. The uterine cycle (pgs. 1302-1304) Chapter 19: Cardiovascular Physiology (pgs. 846-875) 1. Electrical Events at the Heart a. The Intrinsic Conduction System of the Heart b. Action Potentials in Cardiac Cells c. The Electrocardiogram (ECG) & Common ECG Abnormalities 2. The Cardiac Cycle: Analyses of the Wiggers diagram
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Page 4 of 4 3. Cardiac Output = Stroke Volume x Heart Rate a. Factors that Influence Stroke Volume b. Factors that Influence Heart Rate Chapters 20 & 22: Control of Blood Flow & Pressure & Respiratory Physiology (pgs. 900-901; 904-905; 914-917; 1048-1050; 1063) 1. Blood flow, pressure, & resistance (pgs. 900-901; 904-905) 2. Regulatory mechanisms for blood pressure (pgs. 914-917) 3. Pressure relationships in the thoracic cavity (pgs. 1048-1050) 4. Gas exchange & transport in the respiratory system (pg. 1063) Chapter 23: Digestive Processes (pgs. 1126; 1127-1128; 1129-1137; also see Table 23.8) 1. Overview of Digestive Processes: The Big Picture 2. Composition of Bile & Pancreatic Juice 3. Chemical Digestion & Absorption of Major Nutrients a. Carbohydrates b. Proteins c. Lipids
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