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BIO 169 Practical II

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IRV: Inspiratory Reserve Volume Amount of air forcibly inhaled after normal tidal inhalation
ERV: Expiratory Reserve Volume Amount of air forcibly exhaled after normal tidal exhalation
Residual Volume Amount of air still in lungs after the expiratory reserve volume is forced out
IC: Inspiratory Capacity Max amount of air inhaled after a tidal exhalation TV + IRV
FRC: Functional Residual Capacity Volume of air remaining in lungs after tidal exhalation ERV + RV
VC: Tidal Capacity Total amount of exchangeable air with pulmonary ventilation IRV + ERV + TV
TLC: Total Lung Capacity Total amount of exchangeable air with pulmonary ventilation plus the air remaining in the lungs after max exhalation IRV + ERV + TV + RV
Liver Functions Produces and secretes bile & plasma proteins Stores glycogen, minerals and vitamins Detoxifies drugs and alcohol Modifies hormones Removes bacteria
Cystic Duct Between gallbladder and common hepatic duct Joins common hepatic to form the bile duct
Basic structural element of the liver Lobules
Primary cell type of the liver Hepatocytes
Kupffer Cells Macrophages that remove toxins and bacteria from the blood
2 Bones forming hard palate Palatine and Maxillary
Orophharynx Inferior to soft palate between nasopharynx and laryngopharynx Palatine and lingual tonsils located here
Submandibular glands Produce 60-70% of saliva - serous (mostly) and mucus secretions
Parotid glands 25-30% of saliva - serous secretions only
Sublingual glands 3-5% saliva - mucous (mostly) and serous secretions
Esophagus epithelium Stratified squamous nonkeratinized cells
Stomach epithelium Simple columnar cells
Gastric Glands Located in lamina propria. Secrete HCl, pepsinogen and gastric lipase
Kidney location Left and right of the spine below the ribs - Left sits higher than right
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