Unit 5- REvision

What does a Tendon connect?
Bone to Muscle
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What does a Ligament attach?
Bone to Bone
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What is the Function of a Ligament?
it holds bones together
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However what does it still allow?
joint movement as it is flexible
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What are the properties of a Tendon?
they are inelastic and gradually stretch repaired tissue
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What are the benefits of keyhole surgery?
less damage to tissue, heals quicker and less anaesthetic is needed
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what is flowering stimulated by?
a fall in Pfr
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What is a leaf?
A photoreceptor
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Where are phytochroms found?
in the leaves
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What are the benefits of plants being able to respond to changes in day length?
flowering happens at right time, flowers are available when insects are available and there are shorter days in winter
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What is the absolutist view of animals used in experiments?
Absolutist view- animals should never be used in medical studies
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What are 2 other ethical issues?
few animals should be used, welfare of animals should be important
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How is ATP made in Anaerobic repsiration?
ATP is made from the phosphorlyation of ADP
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Where does this occur?
In the cytoplasm
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What is converted into pyruvate?
Glucose
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What is glucose converted too?
Lactate
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What is made available?
NAD
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What is meant by the term myogenic?
A muscle that can act without the input of the central nervous system
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What is the first stage of muscular contraction in the heart?
SA nodes initiate depolarisation
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Where does this pass through?
the atria wall
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Which starts?
Atrium constriction
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Wher does AVN conduct to?
Ventricles
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Where? which starts?
Purkyne fibres which follows from apex
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What closes and what opens?
AV valve closes and SL valves open
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Where is blood forced into?
Arteries
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What does this change pressure in?
diastole
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However what does it still allow?

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