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PHYSIO week 7-13

Palistha Shakya

Which membrane receptor acts to directly change ion permeability when stimulated? Gated-channel receptor
Movement of the membrane potential away from zero (below the usual RMP) is called hyperpolarization
The set of coordinated commands that control the programmed muscle activity mediated by extrapyramidal pathways is called the motor program
Tongue movement is controlled by which cranial nerve? Hypoglossal
The _____ nerve transmits impulses that result in sensations of equilibrium Vestibular
The somatic senses enable us to detect sensations, including touch. temperature. pain. answer-all of the above.
The major hormone produced by the corpus luteum is: progesterone
Platelets play an important role in blood clotting.
Renal veins drain blood from the kidneys
Refractory problems include myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism
What are the 3 major types of blood vessels? arteries, capillaries, and veins
5 major changes that is produced by hormone stimulation Changes is plasma membrane permeability and electrical state, Synthesis of proteins or certain regulatory molecules within the cell, Enzymes activation or deactivation, Induction of secretory activity, and stimulation of mitosis
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