By Rowen D. Frandson, W. Lee Wilke, Anna Dee Fails
Offers veterinary, animal technology, agriculture, and veterinary technician scholars with a accomplished but transparent connection with figuring out the basics of anatomy and body structure of farm animals.
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With the use of these agents, the movement of a specific ion across cell membranes can be regulated. For example, the inward movement of calcium into cells of the heart can be regulated with such drugs, and this is beneficial in certain types of cardiac arrhythmias (abnormalities in the electrical activity of the heart). The rate and direction of passage of a charged ion through a channel depends on two factors that may act synergistically. That is, both may Closed Channel +++++++ -60 mV Voltmeter _______ ion +++++++ -45 mV Voltmeter _______ Open Channel Figure 2-11.
Growth is increase in size. Increase in size of a cell or organ beyond normal is called hypertrophy. An increase in the size of a structure due to an increase in the number of cells is called hyperplasia. A decrease in size from normal is called atrophy. Failure of a tissue or organ to develop is called aplasia, while incomplete development or defective development of a tissue or organ is called hypoplasia. Reproduction of a cell or of an organism implies the ability to produce more cells or more organisms that are essentially the same as the original.
Diffusion occurs because all molecules and ions have kinetic energy. They collide with each other and bounce away, becoming so dispersed in the solvent that an equal concentration appears throughout. In solutions, diffusion proceeds from a region of greater concentration of particles to a region of lower concentration, so the net diffusion is said to occur down a concentration gradient. Only a few substances, such as oxygen, carbon dioxide, and alcohol, are membrane soluble, that is, capable of diffusing freely through the lipid bilayer of plasma membranes.