Physio
Test 3
Even
#13-the speech center exists in both right and left hemispheres of the brain. - t.
#17- menstration will still occur in regular cycles following the removal of ovaries
as long as the pituitary gland continues to function normally. - f
2
Professor Fink(elle)
Test 2 - odd
16- norepinephrine does not excite stomach
17- dual innervation- f
23- inrestingstate K+ diffuses into cell bc of electrical gradient
25- ejaculation is sympathetic auto motor
26- normalplasma concentration is 150 meq/L
2
Name: _ Mods:_
Review: Curved Motion
1) [FRQ #2a of the 1978 exam.] A block of mass M1 travels horizontally with a constant speed v0 on a plateau of height H
until it comes to a cliff. A toboggan of mass M2 is positioned on level ground below the cliff as
Name: _ Mods: _
Review: The Fundamentals
1) [FRQ #1a-b of the 1999 exam.]
The Sojourner rover vehicle shown in the sketch above was used to explore the surface of Mars as part
of the Pathfinder mission in 1997. Use the data in the tables below to answer t
Name: _ Mods: _
Review: Forces and Motion in 2 Dimensions
1) A bowling ball is dropped from the same height and at the same time that a gun is fired
horizontally. Assuming that the ground is flat and ignoring air resistance, which object will
reach the gr
Name: _
Review: Forces and Motion
1) What is the speed of an object at rest?
2) The difference between speed and velocity is.
3) Is it possible for an object to maintain the same speed and still change velocity?
4) Draw a graph for each of the following s
Name: _ Mods: _
Review: Work, Energy and Momentum
1) Define the following:
work-
energy-
kinetic energy-
gravitational potential energy-
power-
momentum-
impulse-
2) Describe how energy is conserved in
a pendulum-
an inelastic collision-
3) For what type
Electromagnetic Radiation from Maxwells Equations
A guided tour of nding the wave equation in Maxwells equations:
I showed you how Maxwells Equations in the vacuum can be manipulated to give wave equations for the electric and magnetic eld. Our assumption
Useful Formulas
Waves I, String
1
2
; = 2f ; f = ; v = = f
y(x, t) = ym sin (kx t + 0 ); k =
T
k
1
2
v=
; Pavg = v 2 ym
2
Waves II, Sound
B
; s(x, t) = sm cos (kx t + 0 ); p = pm sin (kx t + 0 ); pm = (v)sm
P
1
I
W
I = ; I = v 2 s2 ; = (10dB) log
where I0
High School Physics - Core Concept Cheat Sheet
17: Geometric Optics
Key Physics Terms
Geometric Optics Problem Solving Tips
Plane mirror: A flat reflective surface. Creates an image
that is virtual, upright, the same size and that appears to
be as far be
SNC 2D
Geometric Optics Cheat Sheet
Curved Mirrors
Two types, concave(converging) and convex (diverging)
When locating an image, you want to draw at least two rays. You can draw a ray:
Leaving the top of the object and running parallel the the principa
Solution to Conference 9 problem 1 part f
An ant is moving towards a concave mirror. The problem describes that the ant has speed v
and the ants present location is at p = 2R. An important detail to keep track of is that if the ant
is moving closer to the
Useful Formulas
Waves I, String
y(x, t) = ym sin (kx t + 0 ); k =
v=
2
1
; = 2f ; f = ; v = = f
T
k
1
2
; Pavg = v 2 ym
2
Waves II, Sound
B
; s(x, t) = sm cos (kx t + 0 ); p = pm sin (kx t + 0 ); pm = (v)sm
P
1
I
W
I = ; I = v 2 s2 ; = (10dB) log
where I0
Useful Formulas
Waves I, String
y(x, t) = ym sin (kx t + 0 ); k =
v=
2
1
; = 2f ; f = ; v = = f
T
k
1
2
; Pavg = v 2 ym
2
Waves II, Sound
B
; s(x, t) = sm cos (kx t + 0 ); p = pm sin (kx t + 0 ); pm = (v)sm
P
1
I
W
I = ; I = v 2 s2 ; = (10dB) log
where I0
Physiology Study Guide 4: Review of Cell Biology
1
Steven A. Fink; Instructor
PHYSIOLOGY STUDY GUIDE 4:
REVIEW OF CELL BIOLOGY
True/False
T_ 1. The DNA of the chromosomes specifies the type of proteins an
individual is capable of synthesizing.
- The instr
Physiology Study Guide 3: Cellular Respiration
1
Steven A. Fink; Instructor
PHYSIOLOGY STUDY GUIDE 3:
CELLULAR RESPIRATION
True/False
_t_ 1. Oxidation is a type of catabolic reaction.
_f_ 2. Proteins are more important as an energy source than carbohydrat
Physiology Study Guide 1: Introduction
1
Steven A. Fink; Instructor
PHYSIOLOGY STUDY GUIDE 1
True/False
_ 1. The cell is the smallest unit of life that can exhibit all the characteristics of living
things.
_ 2. Molecules held together by ionic chemical bo
Physiology Study Guide 1: Introduction
1
Steven A. Fink; Instructor
PHYSIOLOGY STUDY GUIDE 1
True/False
_ 1. The cell is the smallest unit of life that can exhibit all the characteristics of living
things.
_ 2. Molecules held together by ionic chemical bo
Physiology Study Guide 3: Cellular Respiration
1
Steven A. Fink; Instructor
PHYSIOLOGY STUDY GUIDE 3:
CELLULAR RESPIRATION
True/False
_t_ 1. Oxidation is a type of catabolic reaction.
_f_ 2. Proteins are more important as an energy source than carbohydrat
PHYSIOLOGY 1 CLASS SCHEDULE & READING ASSIGNMENTS
WEEK (& week start date)
LECTURE (TEXT CHAP)
LAB_(LAB MANUAL EXER)_
NOTE: LECTURE SCHEDULE IS TENTATIVE. THE ORDER OF THE LECTURES ARE SET, BUT THE ACTUAL
DATES OF THE LECTURE WILL PROBABLY VARY CONSIDERAB
Physiology 1 Introduction to Human Physiology
SPRING 2014 - Los Angeles City College
Instructor: Greg Gonsalves, Associate Professor of Anatomy & Physiology
Sections:
8494:
MW 10:35-12 PM
SCI 130
W 12:10-3:20 PM SCI 114
8493:
MW 10:35-12 PM
SCI 130
Th 1:4
Anatomy1: Introduction to Human Anatomy
SPRING 2014 - Los Angeles City College
Instructor: Greg Gonsalves, Associate Professor of Anatomy & Physiology
Section 0323 & 8003: MW 8:00-9:25 AM Lecture
0323: T 7:15 10:25 AM Lab
8003: Th 7:15 10:25 AM Lab
Office