Indentify other organs and tissues in the given table and comment on the change in blood flow through them when an athlete starts from rest to engage in moderate aerobic exercise then intense anaerobic exercise. I am looking for help and advice in completing this question I have to write about 100 words
I need to write an essay on the above using the the following figures and desperatrely need help to do it. I need about 400 words blood flow measurements (ml min-1) through different organs. rest moderate aerobic intense anaerobic exercise
How does the intergrated action of the cardiovascular, respiratory and other body systems explain why heart rate is different for an athlete when he is at rest and just prior to doing say 100 metre sprint . I need about 250 words
Tetraalkylammonium compounds block non-specific cation channels by sticking into the pore. What would the effect of these toxins be on vertebrate vision? Why? Thank you.
Regarding the endocrine system. What is used to transmit info-to deliver message after binding to receptor?
I explain in clear layman's terms the effects of the following on intracellular and extracellular fluids: 1. eating a salty meal 2. hemorrhage 3. intravenous isotonic saline solution.
Explain briefly why pepsinogen and trypsinogen are released in the digestive system as zymogens. Please be specific.
Explain where in or on the VILLI the following are absorbed: Glucose, fructose, amino acids, and chylomicrons. I need to know the exact locations in or on the villi where they are absorbed.
Explain in detail Why PCO2 and pH levels affect respiration more than PO2 levels.
Please discuss the following: Why are GABA receptors found in all neurons in the mammalian nervous system.
Why is it so important that the outer portion of the cerebral hemisphere (cortex) is convoluted?
What causes hydrocephalus and why is it more serious in adults than kids?
What part of the brain - where - would be affected if a combative and confused Alzheimer's patient was hospitalized with dehydration? Please explain where the brain may be affected to lead to dehydration.
Remember the nuclear accident at Chernobyl (former Soviet Union - now the territory of Ukraine) in 1986? A scientist suspects that the food in a nearby ecosystem may have been contaminated with radioactive nitrogen over a period of months. Which substances in plants and animals could be examined for radioactivity to test
Using the negative feedback system, explain how osmoreceptors and CO2 receptors maintain water balance and respiratory rates. Include a diagram. How are micturation and defecation reflexes different? NOTE: Moved from Physiology to Biology to expose question to different Online TAs.
i need help diagraming the process of the following instructions. please help me. On a single page, diagram removal of an amino acid from protein by a peptidase in the intestinal lumen, followed by absorption of the amino acid. This process will include an epithelial cell actively transporting the an amino acid from the lumen
Hi-Please explain what the refractory period is and when it happens-before or after relaxation? Thanks.
I understand that a mammal brain with a relatively smooth cerebral cortex would have a smaller surface area compared to a mammal brain with many sulci. This job examines the effect on the habits of these mammals in respect of feeding, breeding etc.
Sports scientists distinguish between aerobic fitness (as achieved, for example, by long distance running) and anaerobic fitness (as achieved by sprinting exercise). ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Why have they chosen these particular terms to describe these two
Involving the glycolysis, what is the net gain of ATP? What does "net" mean? For each turn of the Kreb's cycle, how much ATP is produced? How many molecules of CO2 are produced? What is the significance of stripping off high-energy electrons from the pyruvate?
How is the villus the functional unit of the small intestine? What is the structure and function and the enzymes found there. What is the importance of the surface area to the functioning villi? What an approiate way to counsel a friend who is overweight and blames herself for a lack of self-control?
#1 How did the theory of biogenesis lead the way for the germ theory of disease? (1pt.) #2 In 1864, Lister observed that patients recovered completely from simple fractures, but compound fractures had "disastrous consequences." He knew that the application of phenol (carbolic acid) to fields in the town of Carlisle prevent
The interactions and origins of the different types of T cells and B cells and the role of "recognition." Description of their connection in a specific immune response.
Why are the symptoms of a cold similar every time? What is the role of the mast cells? How is it that a person becomes immune to a particular infection once she or he has recovered?
Construct a flow diagram to show the effect of drinking a solution containing water, Na+ Cl- and glucose (Sports drink) upon the transport of water across intestinal cells and into the blood (absorption).
T cell response to T-cell-dependent antigen reqiures: a) typically a protein antigen b) binding of T cell to a Class II MHC receptor on a macrphage c) binding of T cell to a site on the antigen d) interleukin-1 activating the T helper cell e) all of the choices are correct Antitoxins: a) contain modified bacterial e
What are the main differences between brown and white adipose tissue?
So I am studying my micro book, and came across a case study. I am hoping a T.A may be able to assist me in answering the 4 questions. The case study is as follows: In the summer of 1999 you are working as a triage nurse in the Emergency department of a hospital. A young-athletic man in his early 20's is helped into the
Using the following sets of blood values, name the acid-base imbalance (acidosis or alkalosis), this job determines its cause (metabolic or respiratory), decides whether the condition is being compensated for and cites at least one possible cause for the imbalance: pH=7.3, PCO2 = 30 mm Hg, HCO3- = 18 mEq/L.