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The Virtual Rat Project
To become familiar with the physiological effects of specific hormones
To become familiar with the feedback mechanisms that control hormone secretion
To practice interpreting experimental data and drawing appropriat
ventilation of the lungs (breathing)
the use of O2 in cellular metabolism (ATP synthesis)
Respiratory + Cardiovascular Cardiopulmonary System
Spatial (thoracic cavity) and funct
Measuring Respiratory Phenotypes
Measurement of lung volumes provides a tool for understanding normal function of the lungs as
well as disease states. The breathing cycle is initiated by expansion of the chest. Contraction of
the diaphragm c
physical principles of blood flow
Based on pressure & resistance
Formula: F P/R
F = flow of blood
P = pressure difference between two
R = resistance
Principles of Blood Flow
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Week 1 Lab: Human Variation, Measurement, and the Scientific Method! !
Part 1: Human Variation and Measurement!
1. Study Table 1, which makes predictions concerning human body proportions. !
2. Complete Table 2, then
Vessel Anatomy &
BioSci 203: A&P II
Carries blood to the lungs and returns
it to the heart
Right half of heart
Carries blood throughout rest of the