Review of Respiration Topics
El Duggo here.
It's 1:40 in the a.m. on Thursday. I've been here, typing, since class got out. Only about 17 people turned in their extra credits, and I've entered most of the ones that I can. I'll continue tomorrow afternoon. If you sent in your extra credit work, and you don't see it posted, and you didn't hear from me saying that I'd received it, please e-mail me and let me know. Good luck on Friday.
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Today, Dr. Z. reviewed all of the topics he considered most important. For those of you who stayed for the entire thing, be glad and rejoice, for he spouted off most if not all of the anwsers to the exam.
I list below most of the topics he mentioned explicitly. Since he took the time to mention them in this review, I suggest that it would be highly worth your while to know them.
(Some of these topics will not be complete until all the extra credit assignments are turned in)
Know not only how to recognize these terms on a diagram, but more to the point what they mean and how they can be measured.
And since those assignments have not been turned in, I suggest that for information on dead space, you check out Bohr's equation.
Also, know that the following stuff contributes to the elasticity of the pulmonary system:
Understand all of these topics, and you should do good on Friday.
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