Example looking at a cheesecake and beginning to drool or stomach begins to

Example looking at a cheesecake and beginning to

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Example: looking at a cheesecake and beginning to drool or stomach begins to growly, you are anticipating the food to your system. So afferent information is sent to the brain, and thus efferent information is sent to the stomach thus causing the stomach to respond to the sight and smell of food 6.Superficial anatomy a.ventral is the palm of the hands/feetb.As she stands the bottom of her feet is ventral7.Ventral Body Cavitya.Ventral body cavity is separated into thoracic cavity and abdominopelvic cavity, they are separated by the diaphragm. b.Thoracic cavity is subdivided into b.i.Right pleural cavityb.i.1.Contains right lungsb.ii.Pericardial
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b.ii.1.contains the heartb.iii.Left pleural cavityb.iii.1.contains left lungb.iv.Mediastinumb.iv.1.connective tissues that include the esophagus and major vessels c.Abdominopelvic cavity is subdivided into c.i.abdominal cavity c.i.1.viscera (stomach) c.ii.pelvic cavityc.ii.1.urogenital organs (urinary) d.Posterior body cavity – contains brain and spinal cord8.Abdominopelvic cavity contains the peritoneal cavity a.i.Peritoneal cavity is the potential space between parietal serous membrane lining and visceral serous membrane lining b.it doesn’t have a membrane bound cavity as oppose to the thoracic cavity c.Double membrane structure containing the heart is called the pericardial cavity, surrounding the heartc.i.The cavity contains serous fluid that provides protection for the heart c.ii.A thin membrane that surrounds the heart is called the visceral pericardium c.iii.A thin membrane that surrounds the heart is called the parietal pericardiumc.iv.they both contain simple cells that make up the membrane d.Lungs are surrounded by the pleural cavitye.contains 2 types of membranes with is the visceral cavity which surrounds your stomach, liver, small intestines 9.endothelium is the internal lining of your blood vessels
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10. Serous membranes are protein watery rich fluid membranes also known as mesothelium, all body cavities are serous membranes and mesothelia (interchangeable words) 11. Mesentery peritoneum stabilizes the tube in the stomach, they supply the blood vessels with nutrientsChapter 2 1.C.O.H.N. and the relative percentages: a.oxygen=65%b.Carbon=18%c.Hydrogen=10%d.Nitrogen=3%2.You can’t make thyroid hormone without iodine a.i.- to stop iodine, our thyroid glands will grow expansively - goider3.you can find salt crystals in the bones a.salt is usually dissolved in the body where it is concrete as oppose to fluids 4.electrolytes are able to conduct electrical currents in water, when ions flow they generateelectrical flow, if electrolytes are disturbed then you have problems with muscle contraction and nerves a.Blood pH has to stay at 7.4 b.Electrolytes keeps water in your blood 5. Calcium channel blockers or beta blockers – decrease force of heart – lowers blood pressure because less ions are flowing through the heart6.Most important ion in the body – bicarbonate ion – buffer and carries CO2 in the body
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