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An active process
a passive process
glutamic acid is replaced by glycine
glutamic acid is replaced by valine
valine is replaced by glutamic acid
Valine is replaced by glycine.
A α fibers
A β fibers
Frontal cortex & superior colliculus
Frontal cortex & Pretectal nucleus
Superior colliculus & Pretectal nucleus
Medial longitudinal fasciculus
Recognition of faces
Spatial temporal relation
3 times greater than that of arterial blood.
3% greater than that of arterial blood
3% less than that of arterial blood.
3 times less than that of arterial blood.
Stage 1 &2 slow waves sleep
Stage 3 & 4 slow waves sleep
Amount of blood received / amount of blood ejected
Stroke volume / end diastolic volume
End systolic volume / end diastolic volume
Stroke volume / end systolic volume
neither α nor β
both α and β
Discharge of sympathetic cholinergic fibers
Vasoactive intestinal polypeptide
Glucagon like polypeptide
Nerve Growth factor
Brain derived neurotrophic factor
When blood flows through a narrowed section of vessel, kinetic energy decreases
Sum of the kinetic energy of flow and pressure energy is always constant in a blood vessel
At high velocity of blood flow, pressure energy increases and kinetic energy is reduced
Kinetic energy of flow increases as the blood flow increases
Sliding on actin to produce shortening
Releasing Ca++after initiation of contraction
Binding to myosin during contraction
Acting as 'relaxing protein' at rest by covering up the sites where myosin binds to actin
The process where an mRNA is used as template for protein production
The process where a DNA sequence is copied into RNA for the purpose of gene expression
The process where DNA wraps around histones to form a nucleosome
The process of replication of DNA prior to cell division
Stored in kidney
Not reabsorbed or excreted by tubules
Not protein bound
No ill-effects on the body
Exhaustion of protein reserves
Cell body near dendrites
Initial segment of axon
0.03 ml/100ml/100 mm Hg
3 ml/100ml/100 mm Hg
30 ml/100ml/100 mm Hg
0.3 ml/100ml/100 mm Hg
Double than that of anatomical dead space
Less than that of anatomical dead space
Triple than that of anatomical dead space
Equal to anatomical dead space
Excitatory junctional potential
Miniature end plate potential
Produces severe hypoxia during exercise
Associated with increased amount of 2,3 DPG in the RBC
Normal arterial O2 content
Normal arterial pO2
Golgi tendon receptor
Bezold Jarisch reflex
Increase the permeability of the distal nephron to water.
Increase the excretion of water.
Increase the excretion of sodium
Increase the diameter of the renal artery.
Increased serum erythropoietin
Increased serum cortisol
Increased blood glucose
Loop of henle
Ascending thick segment of loop of Henle
Lateral geniculate body
Vestibulo ocular reflex
Cilio spinal reflex