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The Endocrine Physiology Posterior Pituitary

The Endocrine Physiology Posterior Pituitary

The Endocrine Physiology Posterior Pituitary. Dr. Khalid Alregaiey. Learning Objectives. Describe the posterior pituitary relationship with the hypothalamus List the target organs and functional effects of oxytocin.

By Lucy
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Exercise 18

Exercise 18

Exercise 18. Endocrine System Glucometer. Portland Community College BI 232. The endocrine system. Diverse collection of organs and tissues that contain endocrine glands. Glands secrete chemicals called hormones into blood capillaries

By adamma
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A2E Agenda:

A2E Agenda:

A2E Agenda:. Enzyme Function Worksheet/Activity (In IB 3406) Brief Aquaporin Structure and Function Overview Lab Presentations Group Discussion of Aquaporin Readings Aquaporin Revisited.

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The Endocrine System

The Endocrine System

The Endocrine System. Homeostasis through intercellular communication. Functions of the Endocrine System. The endocrine system regulates long-term ongoing physiological process using hormones to preserve homeostasis in the body.

By hume
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The Urinary System

The Urinary System

The Urinary System. Functions of the Urinary System. Three Major Functions Excretion: The removal of organic waste products from body fluid. Elimination: The discharge of fluid waste products into the environment.(urination)

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Kidney Homeostasis

Kidney Homeostasis

Kidney Homeostasis. By: Marion Paxton and Rosanna Parise. Agenda:. Introduction Expectations Lesson Sequence Assessment and Evaluation Activity/Student Lab Student Misconceptions Demo Practical Applications Resources. Introduction: The Kidney.

By hieu
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PROTEIN

PROTEIN

PROTEIN. Animal Protein. Plant Protein. Peptides. Typical Structure Central C COOH: Carboxyl G roup NH2: Amine Group H Radical Group: 20 different R groups. General Peptide Structure. MWSU. Bio.com. Essential Amino Acids(9). Cannot produce

By abiba
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Random Chapter review

Random Chapter review

Random Chapter review. 38-40, 43-45, 48-49, 51 52-56 is ecology (not going to review). II. Sexual reproduction of Angiosperms: Alternation of Generations. Plant Hormones. Auxin Cytokinins Giberrellins Abscisic Acid Ethylene Brassinosteroids. Plant responses. Phototropism

By halona
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Water Balance in Living Organisms

Water Balance in Living Organisms

Water Balance in Living Organisms. Water balance and blood pressure. Osmoregulation is the maintenance of internal salt and water concentrations in internal fluids despite different concentrations in the external environment Addition of water in the bloodstream = increased blood pressure

By astin
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Endocrine System – Pituitary Gland

Endocrine System – Pituitary Gland

Endocrine System – Pituitary Gland. By: Marian Liwanen. What is it?. It is a pea sized gland located at the base of the skull between optic nerves. The pituitary gland is divided into two parts. The anterior lobe and the posterior lobe.

By fawzia
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Excretory System

Excretory System

Excretory System. Excretion, kidneys, and urine…. Excretory System. EXCRETION : is the process that rids body of metabolic wates . MAIN PARTS: Kidneys Ureter Urethra renal veins/ arteries bladder. Kidneys. Main Parts: Cortex (outer layer) Medulla (middle)

By ilana
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Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH)

Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH)

Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH). P eptide Hormone. Also known as Vasopressin or Arginine Vasopressin. Released by Posterior Pituitary. Produced in the Hypothalamus, transported via neurons. Reabsorption of water from Kidneys. Inhibits diuresis; which is the production of urine.

By holli
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The Endocrine System

The Endocrine System

The Endocrine System. http://www.brightstorm.com/science/biology/the-human-body/endocrine-system/. Introduction. The endocrine system is the second part of the message-relaying system of the human body It is a system of glands that release chemical messengers into the bloodstream

By wilton
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A Journey Through the Nephron

A Journey Through the Nephron

A Journey Through the Nephron. Jowie Papa. Kidneys and Homeostasis. Functions of the loop of Henle Osmoregulation Controls balance of water in blood and tissues Comprises of processes within the nephrons. Ultrafiltration. Filtration inside the glomerulus

By anitra
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Lesson # 22

Lesson # 22

Fluid, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Balance. Lesson # 22. Chapter 27. Objectives:. 1 - Explain what is meant by the terms fluid balance, electrolyte balance, and acid-base balance. 2- Identify the hormones that play important roles in fluid and electrolyte regulation.

By burton
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B2 Keeping Healthy

B2 Keeping Healthy

B2 Keeping Healthy. Lesson 13: Your Kidneys. Objectives. MUST describe how the kidneys respond to changes in blood plasma concentration SHOULD explain how alcohol and Ecstasy can disturb the water balance of the body. Key Words. You need to be able to define the following: Blood plasma

By nico
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Early Filtrate Processing- PCT & LOOP OF HENLE.

Early Filtrate Processing- PCT & LOOP OF HENLE.

Early Filtrate Processing- PCT & LOOP OF HENLE. . Summary of Reabsorption in the PCT • To summarize the activities of the proximal convoluted tubule:

By suchin
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PROTEIN

PROTEIN

PROTEIN. Animal Protein. Plant Protein. Peptides. Typical Structure Central C COOH: Carboxyl G roup NH2: Amine Group H Radical Group: 20 different R groups. General Peptide Structure. MWSU. Bio.com. Essential Amino Acids(9). Cannot produce

By oakes
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Heart Circulation & Physiology

Heart Circulation & Physiology

Heart Circulation & Physiology. Ch. 18. Blood Pathway. Pulmonary circulation – to and from lungs (right side of heart) Systemic circulation – to and from body (left side) Renal – to and from kidneys Hepatic portal – to and from liver Coronary – to and from heart muscle. Heart Valves.

By peony
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Chapter 44: Internal Regulation!

Chapter 44: Internal Regulation!

By Juliana Wiele and Emily Vancor. Chapter 44: Internal Regulation!. Thermoregulation- maintenance of internal temperature within a tolerable range Osmoregulation- maintenance of solute balance Excretion- release of nitrogenous waste products of metabolism. Regulators vs. Conformers.

By ena
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