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2 The following questions deal withthe concept of mappine which we willuse A LOT throughout the restfn ith Post oon Mapping on pp. 6and 7, and refer to your lecture notes to answer these questions. In fact.you shoule flas flatthissestion with East-m with Answer choices (some may be used more than once or not at all) Question 16. Maps are a helpful tool for representing relationships in any science Your Answer especially physiology. In these maps, terms (short words or phrases) are linked by to indicate associations 17. Connections between two terms can be labeled with bubbles indicate more specifically how they are associated (e.g. is composed of or causes the opening of etc Goggle map Process map Smiley faces Straight ines like Figure 1 3a) is a kind of concept map that showsStmucture /function 18. A the relationship between different vocabulary terms, usually from general to specific in a top-to-bottom progression. We will use extensively in this class. structure/function map Typographic map these 19. A or flow-chart (like Figure 1.3b) is another kind of concept map that links events or structures in a cascade that occur in a specific temporal sequence. We will also use these extensively in this BLOCK 3: These questions deal with the concept of response loops and feedback loops which we will class. Please read the Control Systems and Homeostasis section starting on p. 1 ALSO use A LOT throughout the rest of this 3, and refer to your lecture notes to answer these questions Answer choices (some may be used more than once or not at all) Afferent Question Your Answer 20. An)i 21. A specialized 22. Information about a physiological parameter is sent to a(n) 23. Information coming into an integration center is traveling on a(n) 24. is a change in a regulated variable or physiological parameter that is outside of its desirable (set point) range mentioned in the previous question or detects changes in its level. which evaluates the information relative to a preferred set point Effectors action Efferent Integrating center Negative feedback loop Positive feedback loop monitors the level of the variable pathway. The textbook also calls this an nput signal. Sensor Information that is transmitted away from an integration center is traveling on a(n) Stimulus pathway. The textbook also calls this an output si 25. This is a physiological structure (such as a sweat gland or the diaphragm muscle) that has the ability to make a change in body condition 26. This is the term we will use for what a structure like a sweat gland or the diaphragm muscle actually DOES (like secretes sweat or contracts). 27. This change typically brings the stimulus back towards its desirable range through a feedback loop feedlback l o 0 2 28. In this kind of feedback or response loop, the regulated variable (e.g. DSTVe uterine muscle contractions) moves farther and farther away from its ideal set point. As such, some outside event needs to intervene to shut This kind of feedback or response loop is the primary way that homeostasis is maintained in your body. The generated response either increases or decreases the stimulus back to its ideal set point 29. Page 2 of 3 Christopher J. Machaa
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