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What does feedforward regulation observe?

What does feedforward regulation observe?

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School: University of Colorado Denver
Department: Biology
Course: Human Physiology
Professor: Beck
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: • Tissue types & functions, homeostasis, • Physiological variables, • Dynamic processes, • Set points, • Dynamic Equilibrium, • Reflex Arc, • Deviations from set points, • Negative & Positive feedback, • Feedforward Regulation, • Plasma Membrane, • Cytosol, Organelles & Extracellular Components, Membrane Transport, Electrical Forces & Electrical Potential, Ohms Law, resting membrane potential, EC & IC ion concentrations, Resting Em vs Ions Equilibrium Potential, Nernst Equation, Goldman Equation, Na+/K+ Pump, 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, The Autonomics NS, Dual Innervation, Sympathetic & Parasympathetic Stimulation, SNS & PSNS Neural Circuitry, neurotransmitters, Adrenal Gland, Organ Control, Higher Brain Regions & the ANS, 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, and Ascending Pathway
Cost: 50
Name: Physiology Exam 1 Comprehensive Study Guide
Description: This is a study guide for the first Human Physiology exam. This study guide is comprehensive and covers topic 1-5. It was made using the lecture outline and study guide provided by Dr. Beck. I have mad
Uploaded: 09/24/2016
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Physiology Exam 1 Study Guide Outline


What does feedforward regulation observe?



Topic 1 

∙ Tissue types & functions

∙ Homeostasis

∙ Physiological variables

∙ Dynamic processes

∙ 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


What is the job of glial cells in the body?



∙ Ohms Law

∙ Resting Membrane Potential

∙ EC & IC ion concentrations

∙ Resting Em vs 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


What are the different types of organ controls?



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∙ 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 We also discuss several other topics like How much of our economy is driven by production?
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∙ Higher Brain Regions & the ANS

Topic 5

∙ Sensation vs Perception

∙ Sensory Receptors

∙ Modalities of Sensory Receptors

∙ Spinal Cord Anatomy If you want to learn more check out How can one compute for high-order derivatives?
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∙ Receptor Potentials

∙ Stimulus Strength vs AP

∙ Sensory Adaptation

∙ Somatosensory System

∙ Adequate Stimulus

∙ Referred Pain

∙ Opioid Receptors

∙ Ascending Pathway

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