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    In this study guide, lectures 30-37 are covered. The information in these lectures will be on the fourth exam.
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    In lecture 37, we continue the discussion on reproduction.
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    In this lecture, the reproduction system is discussed. The male and female body differences as well as the hormones involved are mentioned in detail.
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    In Lecture 35, we discuss the three hormones of the parathyroid gland: parathyroid hormone, calcitonin, and vitamin D. The deficiencies of the three hormones and the effects are also mentioned.
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    In Lecture 34, we discuss the states of the pancreas and the hormones involved. Disorder involving the pancreas is also mentioned in this lecture.
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    In lecture 33, we discuss the adrenal gland and the three layers of the adrenal cortex that secrete specific hormones.
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    In lecture 32, we discuss the thyroid gland and the hormones involved. Furthermore, the disorders related to the thyroid glands are also mentioned.
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    In Lecture 31, we discuss the general functions and anatomy of the pituitary gland. Furthermore, the hormones involved and their roles are also mentioned.
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    In Lecture 30, we discuss the basics of the endocrine system. For instance, we compare it to the CNS. We also discuss hormones and endocrine disorders.
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    Study Guide 3 is comprised of the important terminology and information from lectures 20-29.
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    In this lecture, we will discuss the four processes of motility, secretion, absorption, and digestion in the large intestine.
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    In this lecture, we discuss the four processes of motility, digestion, absorption, and secretion within the small intestine. Furthermore, we will talk about problems such as diarrhea and lactose intolerance.
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    In Lecture 27, we discuss the liver, pancreas, and intestines in detail. We also discuss the secretions of the pancreas and the phases involved.
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    In this lecture, we discuss the process of food deliverance from the oral cavity to the stomach. We will also elaborate on the four processes in the gastrointestinal system: motility, secretion, digestion, and absorption.
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    In this lecture, the GI system is discussed in detail. For instance, the four processes motility, secretion, digestion, and reabsorption along with the GI system's anatomical structures is covered.
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    In this lecture, an outline was made of important terms. Some questions were clarified regarding the terms listed.
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    In Lecture 23, we discuss hydrogen ion concentrations and acidity in the body. Furthermore, how the pH is maintained is also discusses in this lecture.
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    In Lecture 22, we discuss the regulation of fluids in the ascending and descending ducts. Furthermore, we discuss the importance of the countercurrent mechanism. The balance of water and pH are also introduced.
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    In Lecture 21, we go into depth of the three processes of the kidneys: filtration, reabsorption, and secretion. Furthermore, we discuss the mechanisms of transport required as well as the chemicals and molecules involved to measure if the kidneys are functioning properly.
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    In Lecture 20, we discuss the basics of the renal system by focusing on the kidneys. Components of the renal system are discussed as well as the different functions that the system performs.
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    Study Guide 2 is a comprehensive study guide for the second exam. It includes the important parts of the lectures 10-18.
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    This is not a lecture, but a list of topics in class that the professor said would be included on the exam.
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    In Lecture 18, we discuss the hemoglobin molecule in more detail. We also learn about the Bohr effect and how carbon dioxide and oxygen work in our systemic and pulmonary capillaries.
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    In Lecture 17, we discuss the mechanics of the respiratory system and how different volumes are taken in and out of the lungs.
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    In Lecture 16, we discuss the mechanics of the respiratory system and how certain changes in volume and pressure can affect it. Furthermore, we elaborate on the structures of the respiratory system and disorders involved.

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