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Major changes to PhysioEx content since version 8. Cell Transport Mechanisms and Permeability Activity 5: Simulating Active Transport, a simplified cell is modeled to help students correlate active transport to a cellular process. Skeletal Muscle Physiology Activity 1 Practice Generating a Trace was removed, as this is a component of all the other activities in this exercise.
Activities 4 and 5 Investigating Treppe and Investigating Wave Summation were consolidated into a single activity, Activity 3: Neurophysiology of Nerve Impulses Exercise 3 was dramatically revised and expanded.
The following activities are now available in Exercise 3: The Resting Membrane Potential Activity 2: Receptor Potential Activity 3: Coding for Stimulus Intensity Activity 7: Conduction Velocity Activity 8: Putting It All Together Exercise 4: Metabolism and Thyroid Hormone.
Palpation for goiter development in the rat's throat has been included in this activity to expand the range of student inquiry about negative feedback and the control of thyroid hormone secretion.
Plasma Glucose, Insulin, and Diabetes Mellitus. Cardiovascular Dynamics In activitiesquestions have been included to remind students how changes to blood flow occur in the body and correlate the components used in the simulation to structures in the body.
Studying the Effect of Stroke Volume on Pump Activity has been redesigned to correlate the Frank-Starling law in the heart to the activity.
Activities 7 and 8 were consolidated into an expanded activity, Activity 7: Compensation in Pathological Cardiovascular Conditions. Like Activity 6, this revised activity correlates the Frank-Starling law in the heart to the activity.
Cardiovascular Physiology Activity 1 Recording Baseline Frog Heart Activity was removed, as this is a component of all the other activities in this exercise. Activities 4 and 5 have been redesigned to include correlations with cholinergic and adrenergic modifiers and chronotropic and inotropic modifiers.
Measuring Respiratory Volumes and Calculating Capacities. Activities 3 and 4 Examining the Effect of Surfactant and Investingating Intrapleural Pressuer were consolidated into a single activity, Activity 3: Effect of Surfactant and Intrapleural Pressure on Respiration. Activity 5 Exploring Various Breathing Patterns was removed.
Chemical and Physical Processes of Digestion The effects of temperature on enzyme activity have been combined in Activity 1: Assessing Starch Digestion by Salivary Amylase, rather than having them tested separately in Activities 1 and 2, for consistency.
Renal Physiology Onscreen labels that identify components of the nephron now appear as fluid moves through the simulated nephron during the first run of every activity. In activitiesfixed data monitors have been placed in the simulated nephron to make it easier for the student to observe concentration changes in the filtrate.Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual with PhysioEx , Fetal Pig Version, Update, 9th Edition Wet Lab.
Histology: Basic Tissues of the Body.
Exercise 6A. Classification of Tissues. The Integumentary System and Body Membranes. Exercise 7. Microscopic Anatomy and Organization of Skeletal Muscle. Exercise Gross Anatomy of. Sign in to the Instructor Resource Centre.
User name: Password: Cancel. PhysioEx™ Content Information Description PhysioEx™ Laboratory Simulations in Physiology is easy-to-use laboratory simulation software that consists of 12 exercises containing 63 physiology lab activities that can be used to supplement or substitute wet labs.
PhysioEx allows students to repeat labs as often as they like, perform experiments without harming live animals, and.
When a skeletal muscle from an experimental animal is electrically stim- ulated, it behaves in the same way as a stimulated muscle in the intact body, that is, in vivo. The materials presented on this site have been collected from various sites and sources and belong to their rightful owners.
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