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CHAP 9: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
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REGULATION OF HEART RATE
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Cardiac muscle is involuntary and has the ability to contract on its own without stimulation from the nervous system The impulses that generate heart contraction have to be spread through the conducting system of the heart The sinoatrial (SA) node, also known as the pacemaker, is a bundle of conducting cells in the top of the right atrium that initiates contractions The SA node sends electrical impulses through the two atria, causing them to contract The impulse arrives at the atrioventricular (AV) node The impulse is spread through the bundle of His and through Purkinje bers in the walls of the ventricles, causing ventricular contraction
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PART IV: REVIEWING PCAT BIOLOGY
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Blood pressure is a measurement of the force that blood exerts on the walls of a blood vessel Typically it is measured within arteries, which have enough pressure to overcome the peripheral resistance of the arterioles and capillaries It is expressed with two values: a systolic pressure and a diastolic pressure The systolic pressure is the higher value and is the pressure exerted on arteries as the ventricles contract The diastolic pressure is the lower number and is a measurement of pressure on the arteries during ventricular relaxation The primary means of regulation of blood pressure is by regulation of blood volume through the kidneys The higher the blood volume, the higher the blood pressure is
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PART V THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM OVERVIEW OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
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The respiratory system has the primary jobs of providing the body with oxygen and eliminating carbon dioxide Pulmonary arteries, coming off the right side of the heart, carry deoxygenated blood, which is low in oxygen and high in carbon dioxide, to the lungs Oxygen that enters the lungs will be distributed to hemoglobin in the erythrocytes within the capillaries that branch off the pulmonary arteries that surround the alveoli Carbon dioxide will diffuse into the alveoli from the pulmonary arteries to be exhaled Now blood is oxygenated and will travel back to the left side of the heart via pulmonary veins In addition to oxygenating blood, the respiratory structures are responsible for pH regulation, vocal communication, the sense of smell, and protection from infectious agents and particles
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The respiratory system is essentially a series of tubes that conduct air into the alveoli located in the lung tissues The major structures of the system can be seen in Figure 913 Air is inhaled through the nose or mouth Because the respiratory system is an open system, it is particularly vulnerable to infection In the nose and pharynx (back of the throat), air is warmed to body temperature, moisturized so that gas exchange can occur, and ltered Both areas are covered with a mucous membrane that helps prevent desiccation of the tissues and collects particles and microbes that may enter the system The nose is particularly well suited to ltration because it has cilia and hair to help trap substances that enter the respiratory system While ltration in the nose and pharynx will not catch all particles, it will catch many of them The nose has the additional function of olfaction Air ows into the nose or mouth and through the pharynx where there are two passageways: the esophagus and the larynx During breathing, air will ow through the glottis, which is the opening of the larynx The larynx is the voice box; it is made of
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CHAP 9: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
nasal cavity
pharynx epiglottis glottis larynx trachea bronchus bronchiole
lung diaphragm pulmonary venule pulmonary arteriole alveolus
capillary network
FIGURE 913:
The respiratory system Gas exchange occurs between the alveoli of the lungs and the surrounding capillaries
cartilage and vocal cords that produce sound as they vibrate Unless a person is swallowing, the esophagus will be closed off and the glottis will be open But if a person is swallowing, a small piece of cartilage called the epiglottis will cover the glottis and stop food from entering the larynx As air ows through the larynx, it eventually makes its way into the trachea and the lower respiratory tract The trachea is supported by C-shaped rings of cartilage The
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