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Unit 2: Exercise Physiology
Unit 2: Exercise Physiology
Lung Volume Chart from class activity for study
Heart Labeling
Can you properly label the heart?
Heart Labeling Key
These answers are in order from 1-15, and go with the Heart Labeling picture.

 


 

Assessment statement

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2.2.1

State the composition of blood

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2.2.2

Distinguish between the functions of erythrocytes, leukocytes, and platelets.

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2.2.3

Describe the anatomy of the heart with reference to the heart chambers, valves and major blood vessels.

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2.2.4

Describe the intrinsic and extrinsic regulation of heart rate and the sequence of excitation of the heart muscle.

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2.2.5

Outline the relationship between the pulmonary and systemic circulation.

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2.2.6

Describe the relationship between heart rate, cardiac output and stroke volume at rest and during exercise.

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2.2.7

Analyze cardiac output, stroke volume, and heart rata data for different populations at rest and during exercise.

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2.2.8

Explain cardiovascular drift

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2.2.9

Define the terms SYSTOLIC and DIASTOLIC blood pressure.

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2.2.10

Analyze systolic and diastolic blood pressure respond to dynamic and static exercise.

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2.2.11

Discuss how systolic and diastolic blood pressures respond to dynamic and static exercise.

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2.2.12

Compare the distribution of blood at rest and the redistribution of blood during exercise.

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2.2.13

Describe the cardiovascular adaptations resulting from endurance exercise training.

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2.2.14

Explain maximal oxygen consumption.

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2.2.15

Discuss the variability of maximal oxygen consumption in selected groups.

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2.2.16

Discuss the variability of maximal oxygen consumption with different modes of exercise.

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