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Chief Cells
pesin, zymogen activated by proteolytic activation
chyme
food mixed with gastric secretions
cholecystokinin
epithelial cells of dudodenum, contorls pyloric spincter contraction when there is too much food already, response to fats in the dudoenum, causes pancreas to secrete digestive enzymes, stimulates bile release, DECREASES gastric motilty
gastrin
G cells of tomach, stimulates acid and pepsin scretion and gastric motility
hepatic portal vein
blood containin a.a and carbohydrate nutrients from gut to the liver
enterokinase
activates trypsinogen from pancreas to trypsin
secretin
acid in the dudodenum, causes pancreas to secrete bicarbonate
liver
synthesizes urea and relases it into the bloodstream
vasodilation
heat loss mechanism
constriction of efferent arteriole
results in high pressure in glomerulus, so fluid leaves glomerular cpillaries
h zone
gap btw myosin and actin
z line
boundary of sarcomere
increase in sarcoplasmic calcium
causes mysoin to bind atin
plateau phase in cardiac muscle AP
due to voltage gated Na-Ca channels
plateau phase
longer duration of contraction, better ejection fraction and longer refractory period