Physiology Exam 1 Comprehensive Study Guide
Physiology Exam 1 Comprehensive Study Guide 30233
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Physiology Exam 1 Study Guide Outline Topic 1 Tissue types & functions Homeostasis Physiological variables Dynamiprocesses Set points Dynamic Equilibrium Reflex Arc Deviations from set points Negative & Positive feedback Feedforward Regulation Topic 2 Plasma Membrane Cytosol Organelles & Extracellular Components Membrane Transport Electrical Forces & Electrical Potential Ohms Law Resting Membrane Potential EC & IC ion concentrations Resting Emvs Ions Equilibrium Potential Nernst Equation Goldman Equation Na /K Pump Topic 3 Divisions of Nervous System Neurons Types of Neurons Cytoskeleton Glial Cells Excitable Cells & Change from Rest Em Graded vs Action Potentials Voltage Gated Ion Channels Action Potential Myelin Sheath The Synapse Neuronal Activation at Synapse Ionotropic & Metabotropic Receptors Summation Topic 4 The Autonomics NS Dual Innervation Sympathetic & Parasympathetic Stimulation SNS & PSNS Neural Circuitry Neurotransmitters Adrenal Gland Types of Organ Control Higher Brain Regions & the ANS Topic 5 Sensation vs Perception Sensory Receptors Modalities of Sensory Receptors Spinal Cord Anatomy Receptor Potentials Stimulus Strength vs AP Sensory Adaptation Somatosensory System Adequate Stimulus Referred Pain Opioid Receptors Ascending Pathway
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