Learning Objective 12:
Explain how an action potential in a motor neuron leads to an action potential in the
associated skeletal muscle fiber (LOC).
An action potential travels down the presynaptic neuron causing the voltagegated Ca2+ channel to op
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Human Physiology I
Dr. Sierra Dawson
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1. Explain the importance of the cell membrane (LOC). Differentiate between
simple and facilitated diffusion, active transport, and co-transport across a
membrane (MOC). Provide examples of each and briefly describe how they work
- The cell membran
11. Describedifferent ways in which extracellular signaling molecules can cause
intracellular effects (LOR). Drawthe mechanism of G-protein coupled receptor
activation (LOC). Differentiatebetween G-protein alpha subunit actions and
predictthe outcomes of
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Length tension rela:onships
Load velocity rela:onships
Types of muscle contrac:on
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HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY EXTERNAL BRAIN
CHAPTER 4B: THE SENSE OF HEARING, SMELL & TASTE
The information for the first part of this EB assignment is found in Chapter 53 of Guyton
& Hall 13e (Chapter 52 12th Ed). Information for the second part is found
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY 322 | FALL
1. Background: provide accurate background information relevant to the experiment. The
idea is to orient the reader to the topic of the experiment (this may include an introduction
to important physiological concep
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25. Understand the basic organization of the nervous system including the central
nervous system, peripheral nervous system, afferent (sensory) system, and the
efferent (motor) system, including the somatic system and well as the
parasympathetic and sympa