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vasodilatation of skeletal muscles and coronary artries, bronchodilatation, and relaxation of uterus, intestines and bladder.
There is detox tea which can target accumulated toxins in the intestines, kidneys, liver, lungs, and in some cases skin, stimulating those organs in order that they will as soon as once more function correctly as the body's excretory technique.
Review topics Quiz 1 Bio 110 Human anatomy.
Hematocrit: is the percentage of blood that is RBCs cells—normally, 40 to 45 per .cent .Tissues: distinct materials in the body made up of specialized cells Organs: made up of tissues, fully differentiated (no two organs perform the exact .(same action Body system: Group of organs that work with one another to perform a function ((breathing, circulating blood, reproduction .somatic nervous system : controls voluntary activities of the body via sensory input autonomic nervous system: controls involuntary activities of the body via sensory .input .Sensory nerves: carry info from the body to the CNS .Motor nerves: carry info from the CNS to muscles inhalation: diaphragm and intercostal muscles (muscles between ribs) contract, ribs are raised up and out, thoracic cavity expands, low pressure allows air to rush in .create vacuum exhalation: diaphragm and intercostal muscles relax, ribs relax back in, pressure rises .in lungs, air rushes out .Arteries: carry oxygenated blood away from heart .Veins: carry deoxygenated blood toward the heart capillaries: fine end of circulatory tubes, intersect with cells in bodily tissues, feeds .O2 and removes CO2, metabolic waste .Skeletal Muscle: attached to bone, also called striated .Smooth muscle: involuntary muscle Cardiac muscle: own blood supply and it’s own electrical (stimulus) system; heart .sets its own rhythm and rate without brain’s influence :Normal Heart Rates .Adult 60100 bpm, Child 70140 bpm, Newborns 120160 bpm What are the function of : Central Nervous System (CNS), brain and spinal cord function: ↓ cerebrum: rational thought, sensory perception.← cerebellum: coordinates movement.← brain stem: controls basic body functions (circulatory, respiratory, digestive function).← Gastrointestinal System: help process food and water, extract necessary nutrients / energy. White Blood Cells: are part of the body's immune system. They help the body fight infection and other diseases. The Skeletal System: Structure to the body Bone marrow makes blood cells. The Skin:↓ *Protect body from environment.← *Regulate body temperature.← *Receive nerve signals (sensory).← Urinary System (kidney, urethra, bladder): filters and removes liquid waste, controls pH of blood, manages electrolyte balance. Lymphatic System: lymphnodes, white blood cells, spleen:↓ *removes excess interstitial fluid around cells into blood.← *removes foreign molecules / bacteria from tissues, from bloodstream.← *absorbs fat and fat soluble vitamins from the intestines.← *produces lymphocytes, a white blood cell.← Plasma Membrane: ● isolates cell contents. ● controls what gets in and out of the cell. ● receives signals. Nucleus : isolates the cell’s genetic material. Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum: *Proteins are modified as they move through the RER. *Once modified, the proteins are packaged in transport vesicles for transport to the Golgi body. Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum: * Lipids are made inside the SER *fatty acids, phospholipids, sterols. * Lipids are packaged in transport vesicles and sent to the Golgi Golgi apparatus: * Completes the processing substances received from the ER. * Sorts, tags and packages fully processed proteins and lipids in vesicles. Peroxisome:
This protein is commonly expressed in the epithelial cells that line the airways of lungs and various passages of the pancreas, liver, intestines, reproductive organs, and skin (Starr et al.