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Indoor Tanning: The Risks of Ultraviolet Rays

Theres no such thing as a safe tan. Regardless of the source, UV rays pose a health risk. Learn more at http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm186687.htm [vpradiationemittingproducts]

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Platelet Plug Formation - Mechanisms

Platelet Plug Formation is an important part of hemostasis. Watch the video and see how platelets become "sticky" to one another and form a plug to stop blood flow.

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Action Potentials in Pacemaker Cells | Circulatory System Physiology

Find out how the pacemaker cells use the movement of sodium, calcium, and potassium to get your heart beating! Rishi is a pediatric infectious disease physician and works at Khan Academy. Created by…

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Action Potentials in Cardiac Myocytes | Circulatory System Physiology

See how muscle cells in the heart contract by allowing Calcium to flow inside and bringing along some positive charge with it! Rishi is a pediatric infectious disease physician and works at Khan…

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Capillary Exchange & Edema

Describes the forces that allow for capillary exchange, including hydrostatic and oncotic forces.

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Cardiac Action Potential: Tutorial

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BIO265-Systemic Vs Pulmonary

BIO265-Systemic Vs Pulmonary

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BIO265-Thyroid Hormone Regulation Video 2

BIO265-Thyroid Hormone Regulation Video 2

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BIO265-Melanocyte Video

BIO265-Melanocyte Video

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BIO265-Making Red Blood Cells Video

BIO265-Making Red Blood Cells Video

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Chemoreceptor Reflex, Adrenal Medullary Mechanism

Chemoreceptor reflex mechanism with a brief review of pH and application questions, adrenal medullary mechanism, CNS ischemic response mechanism. Q: What are the different short term blood pressure…

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Blood Pressure & pH

A video explaining the process by which blood pressure is regulated through pH and gas exchange. Q: How does the chemoreceptor reflex regulate Blood Pressure?

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Shock

This video explains circulatory shock.

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Kidney Nephrons

This video discusses the structures of the kidney nephron, how filtration, absorption, and secretion take place. Influence of antidiuretic hormone on water water reabsorption. Q: What is the…

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Enzymes Part 2

Cells of the digestive system as they react, and what enzymes they secrete. Application of ulcers. Application with GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease) Q: What are the different enzymes of the…

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Emulsification

This video explains emulsification.

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Enzymes Part 3

Continuation of the previous two videos (cells and the enzymes they secrete). Endocrine vs Exocrine. Absorption enzymes, and how glucose gets absorbed. Q: What are the different enzymes of the…

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Enzymes Part 1

Questions from the practice questions, anatomy of the digestive system, enzymes of the mouth. Q: What are the different enzymes of the digestive system?

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Reabsorption

What gets reabsorbed in the proximal convoluted tubule, the decending limb of the loop of Henle, the ascending limb of the loop of henle, and the distal convoluted tubule. The vasa recta is also…

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Renin-Angiotensinogen-Aldosterone Mechanism Effect

Same mechanism as previous video, except in more depth because it focuses in on the kidney. Explains differences in cortical nephron vs juxtamedullary nephron. Q: How does this mechanism work? Q:…

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ADH*

This video discusses ADH and aquaporins. Q: What is ADH, and what does it do?

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Stomach Cells in Upper Digestion Part 1

This video covers parietal cells, and how it interacts with the bicarbonate buffer system in our bodies. Questions: What are the cells of digestion?

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Aerobic vs. Anaerobic

what is the difference between aerobic and anaerobic processes? ketoacidosis, anerobic and anaerobic

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Stomach Cells in Upper Digestion Part 2

This video covers how the enteric nervous system works with the ECL cells, cheif cells, G-cells, and D-cells. The video is a continuation of "Stomach Cells In Upper Digestion Part 1".…

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Stomach Cells in Upper Digestion Part 3

This video is a continuation on the discussion of the stomach cells, but covers what gastrin does, and what somatostatin does. It also explains what would happen if somatostatin wasn't present…

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Micturition Reflex

What the micturition reflex is, how we learn to control our bladder. Q: What is the mictuirtion reflex?

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Renal Medullary Gradient Part 2

Continuation of the previous video. Finishes this two part video by explaining the concentration gradients in the ascending loop of Henle, introduces osmolarity, and explains what urea is and where…

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Acid Base Part 1

This video explains how the Acid Base Buffering System works. Q: How would you describe the Acid Base Buffering System?

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Acid Base Part 2

A video explaining Alkalosis and Acidosis, and the Acid Base Buffering System's response to each. Q: What is alkalosis and acidosis? .

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Renal Medullary Gradient Part 1

Draws out/labels a nephron/parts of the nephron. Explains symport in the proximal convoluted tubule in more detail than other previous videos. Explains that glucose in the urine is a sign of diabetes…

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