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1. What are the 5 types of somatic receptors located in theskin, and what types...

1. What are the 5 types of somatic receptors located in the skin, and what types of signals to they receive?

2. Briefly describe the sequence of events between a motor neuron action potential and skeletal muscle fiber contraction.

3. Summarize the events of the cardiac cycle. Be sure to use terms like systole, isovolumetric ventricular contraction, ventricular ejection, diastole, isovolumentric ventricular relaxation, and ventricular filling.

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what are types of inflamation

what are types of inflamation

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What is depolarization? Where does it occur?

What is depolarization? Where does it occur?

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Describe the 4 types of neuroglia in the CNS. Describe the steps involved in the generation...

Describe the 4 types of neuroglia in the CNS.

Describe the steps involved in the generation of an action potential.

Pick 6 brain regions and describe their function. Predict the deficits if a stroke were to occur.

Define synapses and neurotransmitters. Provide examples of neurotransmitters and describe their function.

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1. Where does the impulse of the plantar reflex go that is different from a muscle...

1. Where does the impulse of the plantar reflex go that is different from a muscle stretch reflex?( hint: tell me where the integrating centers for each is located)

2. What is the difference between a monosynaptic reflex and a polysynaptic reflex? Which one is faster?

3.Describle the Jendrassick's Maneuver. How does it work?

4. What are the two types of hearing loss and how can they be identified?

5. What is nystagmus? Why does it occur after the subject stops spinning?

  

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A planet orbits a Sun-like star at an orbital distance of 40 AU. What is its...

A planet orbits a Sun-like star at an orbital distance of 40 AU. What is its orbital period?

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Most types of birth defects occur during the a. second trimester. b. 9th through the 18th...

Most types of birth defects occur during the
a. second trimester.

b. 9th through the 18th week of pregnancy.

c. final four weeks of pregnancy.

d. first trimester.

The answer is not d

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Insulin is a hormone that promotes the movement of glucose to many types of cells ,...

Insulin is a hormone that promotes the movement of glucose to many types of cells , thereby lowering glucose concentrations. Propose a mechanism by which this may occur using the knowledge of cell membrane transport.

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The different types of cells are not randomly distributed throughout the body; rather they occur in...

The different types of cells are not randomly distributed throughout the body; rather they occur in organized layers, a level of organization referred to as

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Muscle types do differ in their anatomies; we’ve learned only about the most common types. Mark...

Muscle types do differ in their anatomies; we’ve learned only about the most common types. Mark each of the following A if they’d always co-occur; Sif they’d sometimes co-occur, or Nif they’d never co-occur in the same muscle type. (Hint: Base your answers on if one of the items is functional in the absence of the other.)

A.        t-tubules and sarcoplasmic reticulum

B.        motor units and troponin

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follow a sperm cell from the beginning of spermatogenesis until it fertilizes an egg. What processes...

follow a sperm cell from the beginning of spermatogenesis until it fertilizes an egg. What processes occur and where? What cell types are involved? What additional secretions?

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What enzymes are in saliva When are they activated and inactivated? Do these types of enzymes...

What enzymes are in saliva When are they activated and inactivated? Do these types of enzymes occur anywhere else in the digestive tract?

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What are the types of synapses that occur within the autonomic division? What is the name...

What are the types of synapses that occur within the autonomic division? What is the name of the synapse that occurs in neurons of the autonomic division and their targets? Please explain how you got the answer. Thanks.

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Is eating vitamin-fortified foods or taking vitamin supplements a harmless form of health insurance?

Is eating vitamin-fortified foods or taking vitamin supplements a harmless form of health insurance?

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The intrinsic pathway of coagulation is activated by the The intrinsic pathway of coagulation is activated...

The intrinsic pathway of coagulation is activated by the

The intrinsic pathway of coagulation is activated by the

release of heparin from the liver.
sticking of platelets to damaged tissue.
activation of proenzymes exposed to collagen.
release of tissue factor (Factor III) by damaged endothelium.
conversion of prothrombin to thrombin.

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