School: University of Colorado Denver
Course: Human Physiology
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: Skeletal Muscle, smooth muscle, Cardiac muscle, Skeletal muscle organization, sarcolemma, satellite cells, T-tubules, sarcoplasmic reticulum, Terminal Cisternae, Sarcoplasm, myoglobin, myofibrils, Thick filament, Thin filament, actin, troponin, tropomyosin, myosin, A band, I band, H zone, M line, Z line, Motor unit, Alpha motoneurons, neuromuscular junction, NMT transmission, Sarcolemma excitation, Nicotinic receptors, end-plate potential, Sliding filament model, sliding filament mechanism, Huxely, Myosin cross-bridge, Actomyosin complex, Catabolic reactions, Anabolic reactions, Oxidation and Reduction reactions, Co-enzymes, Cellular Respiration, glycolysis, krebs cycle, Acetyl CoA, pyruvate, Oxidative Phosphorylation, chemiosmosis, fermentation, glucose oxidation, Glucose Storage, glycogen, triglycerides, lipase, glycerol oxidation, Fatty acid oxidation, B-oxidation, Lipolysis, Lipogenesis, Ketone Bodies, oxidative deamination, transamination, Muscularis externa, mucosa, Serosa, submucosa, enteric nervous system, Organs of GI tract, Accessory organs of GI tract, Liver, pancreas, Gall bladder, Gastric pit cells, Gastric gland cells, Mucus neck cells, Parietal cells, Chief cells, Enteroendocrine cells, Undifferentiated stem cells, Digestive juices, Pepsinogen, pepsin, Vagus nerve, G- cells, villi cells, goblet cells, paneth cells, Brunner gland, Plicae Circularis, Micro villi, mechanical digestion, Segmentation/peristalsis, chemical digestion, salivary glands, Brush border enzymes, cholecystokinin, Enterokinase, Chymotrypsinogen, Chymotrysin, Amylase, Trysinogen, trypsin, Procarboxypeptidase, Carboxypeptidases, bile, zymogen, Carbohydrates Absorption, Amino acid absorption, Sodium cotransporter, Triglyceride absorption, Chylomicrons, fatty acids, Bile salts, Hepatic portal vein, Common hepatic duct, Cystic duct, Common bile duct, liver lobule, Central vein, portal triads, hepatocytes, bilirubin, Biotransformation, lipoproteins, VLDL, LDL, HDL, Bulk flow, Systemic circulation, Pulmonary Circulation, Right atrium, Left Atrium, Right ventricles, Left ventricles, AV valves, Semilunar valves, Cardiac Muscle fibers, Conducting heart cells, SA node, AV node, Pacemaker potential, Cardiac Cycle, Systole, Diastole, Cardiac Output, Epinephrine and Norepinephrine, Stroke Volume, preload, Frank-Starling Law, G-Protein coupled receptors, blood vessels, arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venule, veins, Mean Arterial Pressure, blood flow, resistance, Total Peripheral resistance, vasodilation, vasoconstriction, Blood viscosity, Vessel elasticity, Flow autoregulation, Vasodilator theory, Oxygen Lack theory, Vasomotor centers, Cardiac centers, Cardioaccelerator center, Cardioinhibitory center, baroreceptors, chemoreceptors, CNS Ischemic response, Vasopressin, Endothelin, Angiotensin II, Atrial natrineretic peptide, Nitric oxide, Inflammatory chemicals, kidneys, and Renin-Angiotensin system
Name: Physiology Exam 2 Comprehensive Study Guide
Description: This study guide covers topic 6 (Skeletal muscle), 7( Metabolism), 8( Digestion), 9 (Cardiovascular system), and 10 (Circulation). There are 2 documents, the first one is the study guide, and the second document is the study guide outline that contains an outline of the study guide and various questions. Good luck!