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Introduction to Human Anatomy Lecture 39 Notes: CV System


After today, one more section to go.  This lecture costs 49 minutes of your time:


Systole is when ventricles contract.  Contraction phase and ejection phase.

Diastole, when ventricles relax.  Relaxation and filling phase.

A normal cardiac cycle of 75 beats per minute lasts 0.8 seconds/beat.

Arteriolar depolarization from the P wave.  Ventricular depolarization from QRS wave.  T wave ventricular repolarization.

The right ventricle works 6x harder and generates 6x the pressure compared to the left ventricle.

Bicuspet valve is the mitrial valve.

He goes through a long demonstration with the room as the heart.  Add two doors.

If blood flow to the brain stops for 4 minutes, you’ll go brain-dead.


Tissues: epithelial, muscular, nervous, connective

PV = nRT

pKas: alkane 50, alkene 43, hydrogen 42, amine 38, amide 35, sulfoxide 31, alkyne 25, alcohol 17, water 15.7, phenol/ammonium 10, Benzoic acid 4.2, HF 3.2, H3O+ -1.7, H2SO4 -3, HCl -6, HBr -9, HI -10

Electronegativity: F 4, N 3.5, O3, Cl 3

PH = pK + log [base/acid]    HKBA  


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